Where to Dine in Singapore for Valentine’s Day

Enjoy epicurean appetizers like freshly shucked Canadian and Fine de Claire oysters, and steamed Chilean scallop with roe at Cafe Brio’s Valentine’s buffet dinner ($88++ with a glass of sparkling wine) on February 13-14.

Celebrate your love amidst candlelight and in a lush park setting at The Glass House, and enjoy a five-course set dinner at $198++ per couple.

Impress your partner with a nine-course degustation dinner on February 13-14 at Mikuni ($250++ or $350++ with sake pairing) with the finest selection of fresh sashimi.

Wine and dine at Pontini with their five-course wine pairing dinner ($135++) on February 13-14. Look forward to blue fin tuna carpaccio, pan-seared foie gras, and a decadent chocolate dessert.

Prego will show you how the Italians do it, with a three-course set lunch ($60++), a four-course set dinner ($80++), and a four-course vegetarian dinner ($60++), available on February 13-14. A delicious Glittery Kiss cocktail is also available at $10++ per glass.

Let Saint Pierre treat you to a sensuous 10-course meal ($188++ per person), with oyster pearl sphere in its shell with lime gel to set the tone for the night, and a divine dessert of white chocolate and caviar to end it.

A luxurious spread awaits you at Senso Ristorante & Bar, where you’ll get to indulge in dishes like Senso’s spaghetti with Roberto Cavalli vodka and Baeri caviar from Italy as part of their six-course Valentine’s Day dinner ($148++ with a flute of Prosecco).  

Share a luscious dinner buffet spread with your loved one at Spices Cafe ($68++). Every diner will get a complimentary glass of red or white wine, on top of a serving of half a lobster baked with cheese. Ladies get a complimentary pair of heart-shaped chocolates.

Head down to Starscafe and partake in a four-course set dinner on February 13-14 ($138++ per couple with wine). Choose between the Chilean sea bass or fillet mignon for the main course.