Enjoy your last meal of 2020 with our top picks for New Year’s Eve dinner spots.
Can you believe it? This crappy year is finally ending. Are you staying in for quiet celebration after the Christmas festivities or heading out for an OTT dinner gathering? If you picked the latter, scroll through our top spots for New Year’s Eve dinners.
Best New Year’s Eve dinners to welcome 2021 in style
Dusk Restaurant & Bar
Kiss 2020 goodbye atop Mount Faber with an awesome four-course meal of seafood, wagyu beef, trout and vanilla brulee. Don’t forget to add on the great wine pairing deal at just $15 per pax for two glasses of chardonnay and merlot each. Oh, and panoramic views are guaranteed.
Dusk Restaurant & Bar, $140, seatings from 6pm; Level 2, Faber Peak Singapore, 109 Mount Faber Road, Singapore 099203
Indulge in an Asian-inspired six-course feast at mod-Sin restaurant Po. Mains include raw marinated Hokkaido scallops, soybean-crusted halibut fillet and charcoal-grilled kampung duck. There are also veg options like charcoal-grilled mapo eggplant and essence of mushroom. End it with the sweet pisang rai along with bottomless champagne, wine and beer.
Po, $146, includes free-flow soft drinks and juices; $226, includes free-flow champagne, wine and beer; 6pm-8pm or 8.15pm-10.15pm; 320 Havelock Road, Singapore 169628
Ce La Vi
Dinner with a spectacular view? Count us in! Enjoy the last sunset of 2020 with a scrumptious five-course menu. Think Hokkaido scallop with Oscietra caviar, foie gras, salted egg and coconut bay lobster, grilled lamb chops and blood orange granitas. Wash it all down with a seasonal cocktail or two ($18 each). Festive Campfire gives the Old Fashioned a Christmas twist with whisky, vermouth, crème de cacao, ginger and orange bitters. And the vodka-forward Yuletide Punch is prepared with cinnamon, cranberry and bitters.
Ce La Vi, $258, add on $168 for free-flow champagne, red, white and rose wine, house pour and draught beer; 5:30pm-7:30pm or 8pm-10pm; Level 57, Tower 3, Marina Bay Sands Hotel, 1 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018971
Forget all your worries of 2020 with an exquisite eight-course meal at Saint Pierre. Tell your friends about the kuruma prawn with Kaluga caviar, Hakodate squid with oxtail, and black winter truffle with celeriac and they’ll definitely postpone other plans.
Saint Pierre, $480, 6pm-11pm, #02-02B, One Fullerton, 1 Fullerton Road, Singapore 049213
Ring in a fresh start to the new year with European classics like duck foie gras terrine, prosciutto with honey roasted fig, grilled Angus rib-eye steak, chicken roulade with foie gras, and mushroom risotto with black truffle, just to name a few. Save room for warm orange pumpkin strudel, whisky-infused candied citrus brulee and maple dark chocolate pot de creme.
Marriott Cafe, from $108, 6pm-10pm, inclusive of free-flow wine and beer, Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel, 320 Orchard Road, Singapore 238865
Chef Hong Dingzhao and mixologist Joseph join forces to create a stellar four-course set dinner. With dishes like homemade pate, crispy black truffle rice cake with a sunny side up and a choice of soy-glazed duck breast or spiced roasted lamb shank, you can bet it’s going to be an unforgettable New Year’s Eve feast.
Xperience Restaurant, $78; add $48 for 2-hour free-flow house beer, wine & prosecco; add $20 for Taittinger Brut & gin cart; 6pm onwards, also available on 1 & 2 Jan; So Sofitel Singapore, 35 Robinson Road, Singapore 068876
Join Summerlong for one last hurrah before it closes its chapter at The Quayside. Pad your stomach with beef tartare, truffle risotto, Australian rib-eye or king prawns and Greek yoghurt cheesecake. Make it boozy with a bottle of Zardetto Sparkling Rose ($85) or a glass of Spicy Sailor: That’s rum infused with cardamom, Kahlua and syrup ($23).
Summerlong, $110, includes a glass of sparkling rosé, 5pm-10pm; #01-04, 60 Robertson Quay, Singapore 238252
Riviera’s got a line-up of Mediterranean coastal dishes that’ll make you say au revoir to 2020 on a happy note. The classy eight-course dinner offers free-flow Perrier-Jouët Champagne from $488 per person. And for the meals, there’s Mediterranean red prawn and caviar, lobster bouillabaisse, Angus beef ravioli and Brillat-Savarin cheese with truffle and pear mulled wine jam. *chef’s kiss*
Riviera, $388++ with free-flow non-alcoholic beverages; $488 with Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut Champagne; $688 with Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque 2012 Champagne; 8pm onwards; #02-06, One Fullerton, 1 Fullerton Road, Singapore 049213
Lawry’s The Prime Rib Singapore
Enthral your taste buds with Lawry’s six-course set dinner spanning from seafood like octopus with white truffle and lobster bisque with Hokkaido scallop, to classics like the signature roasted USDA prime rib of beef and duck leg confit. Come before 4pm and 5pm to enjoy 20% and 15% off the menu respectively.
Lawry’s The Prime Rib Singapore, from $178, 4pm onwards, #04-01/31, Mandarin Gallery, 333A Orchard Road, Singapore 238897
This premium steakhouse at Andaz Hotel riddles tastebuds with four exclusive New Year’s Eve specials. There’s the Kaluga queen caviar ($65) with Yukon gold potato and sour cream, Perigord black truffle risotto ($58), Madagascar vanilla ice cream pop ($16) and the show-stopping Cote De Boeuf Wellington ($198). Feast away!
665°F, from $58; 6pm-10.30pm; Level 38, Andaz, 5 Fraser Street, Singapore 189354
And there you have it, the best New Year’s Eve dinners to ring in 2021!