Enjoy your last meal of 2023 with our top picks for New Year’s Eve dinner spots in Singapore.
Holy cow, the year has zoomed past us in the blink of an eye! Are you staying in for a quiet celebration after the Christmas festivities or heading out for a luxuriously grand dinner gathering? If you picked the latter, scroll through our top spots for New Year’s Eve dinners in Singapore. We’re saying hello to the new year in style.
Best New Year’s Eve dinners in Singapore to welcome 2024
Psst: We’re working on updating our list for 2023 as more information comes in, so stay tuned for updates!
1. Raffles Hotel Singapore
Indulge in incredible delicacies at Raffles Hotel Singapore in a picture-worthy setting at the iconic Grand Dame. At La Dame de Pic, the New Year’s Eve menu sees delights like langoustine and Oscietra caviar, wagyu and white truffle and other creations gracing the table.
If you fancy an Italian flair, reserve a table at Osteria BBR by Alain Ducasse for the likes of Alaskan king crab ravioli, and Hokkaido sea scallop carpaccio to end your 2022 with a delectable bang.
Alternatively, head to Butcher’s Block for its ‘Festive Tour de Force’ menu. Highlights include wagyu tartare, smoked sashimi, grilled white truffle raviolo, dry-aged duck and more. Complement these delicacies with a good bottle of wine for the perfect year-end treat!
Raffles Singapore, 1 Beach Road, Singapore 189673
2. Andaz Singapore
Welcome 2023 with Andaz Singapore’s stunning New Year’s Eve menus. Dine in the sky at Alley on 25 as it kickstarts the countdown with a dinner buffet feast. Get ready for fresh seafood on ice, roast meats such as lamb shoulder and prime rib, and Asian delights including Singapore chilli crab and butter tiger prawns. Top up for free-flow beverages – think Delamotte Brut Champagne, Australian wines, and Andaz Pilsner.
Suit up and head over to premium steakhouse 665°F for an opulent five-course tasting menu. Start your evening with Boston lobster cocktail with Kaluga caviar, followed by a choice of crispy scale blue cod bouillabaisse and semi di melone pasta with winter black truffle for entrées. The mains are the stars of the show – there’s the Pira oven grilled A4 Kagoshima wagyu striploin “persillade” or Patagonian toothfish – both served with potato mille-feuille, parsnip and trio pepper sauce. Save room for dessert! You’re going to love the mango lychee mille-feuille with strawberry basil ice cream.
Craving for something Asian? Look forward to a Cantonese five-course set dinner menu at 5 ON 25. We’re liking the sound of truffle crispy chicken, double-boiled superior chicken soup, wok-fried Yukimuro wagyu sirloin and homemade fish noodles with braised Australian greenlip abalone. Finally, let your hair down at Mr Stork. The rooftop bar is hosting a retro-themed party with live DJ entertainment, bottomless canapés, champagne, white and red wines, beer, and spirits.
Andaz Singapore, Alley on 25: 6pm-10pm, $168 per adult, $84 per child; 665°F: 6pm-10.30pm, $208 per pax; 5 ON 25: 6pm-10pm, $208 per pax, Mr Stork: 8pm-2am, from $298; 5 Fraser Street, Singapore 189354
3. Smoke & Mirrors
Not a midnight reveller? For an early celebration, head to this rooftop bar from 6pm to 8pm for sunset views, light bites and great cocktails. If you’re ready to party, pop by from 9pm for four hours of unlimited booze, champagne, wine, spirits and beer on tap. But first, pad your stomach with freshly shucked Sunseeker oysters, truffle fries, and tacos stuffed with baja cod, lamb shoulder and pulled pork.
Smoke & Mirrors, $1,088 for two pax, $548 for every additional person, #06-01, National Gallery Singapore, 1 St. Andrew’s Road, Singapore 178957
4. Ce La Vi
Toast to the year’s end at this iconic restaurant, sky bar and lounge atop Marina Bay Sands. You can expect an ingredient-driven five-course menu featuring a series of dishes that’ll make your mouth water. Think poached yellow chicken, foie gras jus, and champagne sorbet with Peckham pear. Not to mention, it’s the vantage ground to watch the fireworks and pop bottles of champagne at midnight. Head over to the Club Lounge afterwards and party into the New Year to beats by resident DJs. It’s going to be epic.
Ce La Vi, $298 per person, Level 57, Tower 3, 1 Bayfront Avenue, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018971
5. Kinki Restaurant + Bar
Kinki is rolling out a mighty modern Japanese four- and six-course meal to ring in the new year in style. Graze on pan-seared Hokkaido scallops, beef wagyu miso eggplant, lobster mentaiko, and kinmeidai sushi topped with caviar. For a fab evening under the stars, head to the third floor and opt for the rooftop boozy package. You’ll get two bottles of Moet and Chandon Brut, a choice of spirit by the bottle, three of Kinki’s signature cocktails and a tempting platter of bar snacks.
Kinki Restaurant + Bar, $128 – $198 (four- and six-course dinner at level 2), $688 (rooftop bar set at level 3), #02-02, Customs House, 70 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049323
A fulfilling four-course New Year’s Eve dinner awaits you at Rosemead. The experience kicks off with a trio of snacks featuring French oysters, smoked salmon mousse and baked potato. And starters call for dishes like delish Italian burrata accentuated with blood orange, preserved lemon, and almond. But you’ve got to reserve space in your belly for the main course. Think roast baby chicken with smoked leeks, wild mushrooms and winter black truffles. Or, a generous serving of grilled wagyu sirloin drizzled in a bone marrow sauce. Delish!
Rosemead, $115 per person, 19 Cecil Street, Singapore 049704
7. Restaurant Jag
End off the year with an immersive dining experience at this intimate restaurant down at Duxton. Restaurant Jag has prepared a lavish fair for guests on 31 December featuring exquisite ingredients. Think seasonal vegetables and fresh seafood like blue lobster and caviar. To top it all off, the dinner will be paired with an exceptional selection of seven wines by Anant and the restaurant’s sommelier. We can’t wait.
Restaurant Jag, $498 per person, 76 Duxton Road, Singapore 089535
8. The Lighthouse
Want an unobstructed view of the New Year’s Eve fireworks? Head down to The Lighthouse for an unforgettable celebration. The restaurant will be opening exclusively on this night for a six-course dinner with champagne, followed by access to the rooftop for an illuminating pyrotechnic display at midnight. You can also access the rooftop for drinks with the option of a table package or a cover charge. Grab your friends and make your reservations today!
The Lighthouse, $588 (6-course menu), $1,088 (rooftop table package), $188 (rooftop cover charge); The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, 1 Fullerton Square, Singapore 049178
Love French cuisine? Let it be the last thing you savour in 2022 when you dine at this restaurant on New Year’s Eve. This exquisite five-course menu ensures you usher in the new year with flair. Think delish highlights like obsiblue prawn tartare with Hokkaido uni, yuzu cream and crustacean jelly, and an indulgent foie gras ravioli with truffle bouillon.
Claudine, $288 per person; 39C Harding Road, Singapore 249541
10. Artemis Grill
Watch the sun set on 2022 when you dine at Artemis Grill on 31 December. This sky-high restaurant and bar offers you the opportunity to indulge in a four-course set menu over open views of the Marina Bay fireworks. Your meal begins with an amuse bouche of smoked salmon and Oscietra caviar, followed by appetisers like Artemis beef tartare, Maine lobster tail and roasted octopus. For the main affair, choose from an array of specials such as wagyu striploin, kabocha-filled pasta, or lamb chops. What a way to end the year!
Artemis Grill, $158 per person (first seating at 5.30pm), $178 per person (second seating at 7.30pm); Level 40, 138 Market Street, Singapore 048946
There you have it, the best New Year’s Eve dinners to ring in 2024 in Singapore!