1) Dining On Cloud 9
Revel in romance as you and your beau indulge in Dining on Cloud 9’s extraordinary four-course dining experience in a moving cable car. Stretching across 90 minutes with scenic views of HarbourFront and Sentosa island, the romantic journey starts with a glass of champagne and a salmon appetiser, followed by a choice of either red quinoa crusted black cod or a 36-hour slow-braised bobby veal shank, before ending on a sweet note with a luscious dessert of fruite praline mousse with manjari ganache and raspberry elderflower jelly.
109 Mount Faber Road, Faber Peak
2) Lewin Terrace
Nestled in the heart of Fort Canning Park, Lewin Terrace offers lovebirds a respite from the cacophony of city life with its secluded location amid the lush foliage of the historic park. The Japanese-French fusion restaurant continues to fan the flames of desire as it presents couples a masterfully prepared five-course dinner menu by Chef de Cuisine Hiroyuki Shinkai this Valentine’s Day, featuring dishes such as duck tartare and Kagoshima A4 Wagyu beef steak served with foie gras. Couples may opt for a 5-glass wine pairing to further enhance their dining experience.
21 Lewin Terrace, Fort Canning Park
3) Montreux Jazz Café
Fancy smooth jazzy tunes to go along with your food? At Montreux Jazz Café, couples can enjoy the best of both worlds by tucking into its Valentine’s Day special five-course degustation menu to the musical accompaniment of local veteran maestro Louis Soliano and his band. Crafted by Chef Derek Ang, dinner starts off with tantalising starters of grilled compressed watermelon served with homemade strawberry granita and roasted prawn bisque, followed by a main of either the grilled Chilean sea bass or the braised Kobe oxtail roulade, and finally ending with sweet delight of a trio of citrus sorbets and caramelised banana crpes topped with triple chocolate ice cream.
10 Claymore Road, Pan Pacific Orchard
While a leisurely stroll through the Singapore Botanic Gardens makes for a classic date-night activity, you and your beau may now further revel in the garden’s Edenic greenery by dining at Botanico this Valentine’s Day. Housed in an elegant 1920s Art Deco conservation building named The Garage, the restaurant offers a tantalizing six-course dinner course that revolves around the culinary ethos of ‘bistronomy’, featuring decadent delights such as Tsarskaya oyster with caviar, char-grilled US prime rib eye served with sautéed black trumpets, and fresh strawberries accompanied by Madagascar vanilla jelly, amaretto ganache and amaretto ice cream.
50 Cluny Park Road, Singapore Botanic Gardens
5) The Ottoman Room
Because love does not discriminate, consider celebrating the bonds of friendship this Valentine’s Day with a feast befitting royalty at The Ottoman Room. Inspired by the grandeur of a Mediterranean social house and the gastronomic delights of New Middle Eastern cuisine, the restaurant offers a unique dining experience where guest can not only order main items for the table, but also choose from dimsum-style trolleys loaded with an array of mezze, such as oysters with cucumber mulberry mignonette, scallop crudo and pickled mustard seeds, all night long. The restaurant’s Valentine’s Day menu also offers a selection of food items from its meat & fish and vegetable sections, such as the earth oven Ottoman spiced short rib, grilled market fish, and mushrooms and farro served with Jerusalem artichoke purée. While the fellowship of close friends and lovebirds continues exuberantly, the feast concludes with a baked chocolate pudding served with dukkah and homemade ice cream.
48 Peck Seah Street
6) The Summerhouse Dining Room and Balcony Bar
Tucked away in the Seletar Airport precinct, The Summerhouse Dining Room and Balcony Bar is the embodiment of a romantic summer retreat without having to leave the country. The gourmet restaurant especially appeals to true-blue Singaporean couples with its upscale gastronomic offerings of local fare from its Valentine’s Day special menu. Featuring fresh seasonal produce from Singaporean and Malaysian farms, as well as a Singapore kelong, the six- and 10-course dinners are serving up dishes such as the Kelong Rojak of fresh prawns from Pulau Ubin grilled with grated pistachio before served with Thai basil and ginger flower sauce, the buckwheat porridge garnished with herbs, and Flower, an ethereal dessert of guava yoghurt, lychee-coconut mousse, raspberry puree and rose meringue.
3 Park Lane