1. A killer view
2. Pedigreed chefs
3. Food that’s a little bit different
With a stellar line-up of chefs helming the kitchen, Me@OUE consistently pushes out the most innovative twists on traditional favorites, so if your date’s a total foodie, then more brownie points for you.
4. Some extravagance
Me@OUE is offering His and Her dinner sets designed specially for Valentine’s Day. If you’re doing an early celebration, there’s the four course option (from $125 per person) available on Feb 13, with delicious appetizers like oyster served with caviar, cucumber tartar, mandarin segment and yuzu vinaigrette; and mains such as pan-seared duck breast for him and miso cod for her. You can also choose to have the six-course set (from $245 per person), available from Feb 13-14, which serves up dishes like pan-seared scallop (for her), pan-seared foie gras (for him), lobster thermidor (for her) and the Wagyu (for him).
5. Location, location, location
Heading elsewhere after dinner? There are tons to do around the area, from catching the latest theater productions at the Esplanade and Marina Bay Sands and checking out cool art exhibitions at the ArtScience Museum, to attending the biggest concerts at the Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall.
For dinner with a panoramic view from the top, coupled top-notch food by celebrated chefs, all set in a slick, vertiginous restaurant, try Me@OUE.
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