Before heading out for New Year’s parties, countdown and fireworks, why not fill your tummy with tantalising food from the finest dining spots in Singapore?
Aside from looking forward to a new chapter and New Year’s resolutions to forge, the best thing about the year-end season is the plethora of creative, mind-blowing and yummy festive dishes whipped up by top-notch restaurants in Singapore. So take a break from your typical busy schedule and pamper yourself to one last amazing meal (of 2015 silly!) before 2016 makes its roaring arrival. Here’s our round-up of restaurants for New Year’s Eve in Singapore offering incredible special menus. Three…two…one…hit it!
NOX – Dine in the Dark
One final dinner of 2015 at NOX with a premium New Year’s Eve menu? Yes please! You’re bound to have an out-of-the-world epicurean experience as you savour 12 thoughtfully curated dishes in the dark. Psst…bespoke cocktails are also available upon request.
Dining on Cloud 9 by Faber Peak Singapore
Take your New Year’s Eve celebration to a higher level, like, literally. Hop on one of Mount Faber’s cable cars and have a delicate four-course meal on a three-round trip, as you adore the scenic view of the Sentosa-HarbourFront skyline. Its festive menu offers palate-pleasing creations such as char-grilled beef tenderloin topped with foie gras, baked miso cod fish and hazelnut nougat parfait. To greater heights come 2016!
ADHD at The South Beach
Usher in 2016 with a five-course New Year’s Eve dinner at this luxury and lifestyle hotel. Several highlights of the delectable gourmet feast include marinated octopus carpaccio and langoustine; duck confit ravioli; roasted beef tenderloin and more. What’s more? There’s champagne for you to pair with these sophisticated dishes!
If you’re looking to celebrate the New Year’s in style, gold-accented bar space Gibson is the place to be. One of the newest cocktail bars to open in town, Gibson New Year’s Eve menu is eager to impress with nine intricate raw seafood tapas creations; dig in to luxe delights like sea urchin garnished with amaebi horseradish, creamy hama-hama oysters, and oceanic-flavoured geoduck. Tipplers will also appreciate the five creative cocktails that were carefully constructed to complement each dish by mixology powerhouse Aki Eguchi.
End 2015 on a good note with an extravagant 10-course feast, featuring premium seafood items at this Spanish Fullerton fixture. While you’re happily in chow-mode, enjoy the spectacular fireworks display as the clock strikes midnight. And oh, this is an exclusive one-seating-only dinner. But fret not, grab the opportunity to mingle and make new friends for a new year!
Looking for that Asian persuasion meal for the year-end celebration? This Cantonese-catered joint will be whipping up an array of flavoursome dishes such as creamy lemon lobster ball, and pan-fried truffles king prawn in asparagus skewer with osmanthus wagyu beef, to celebrate a year of hard work as well as a brand new beginning. You deserve it!
Manhattan at Regent Singapore
Up for a glitzy, fancy New Year’s Eve celebration? Well, this posh resto is throwing a marvellous Golden Age Glamour-themed dinner on the evening of New Year’s Eve. Enjoy its five-course dinner which offers appetising plates such as Alaskan king crab and Kristal caviar, the foie gras duo platter, satisfyingly rich butter-poached lobster, roasted wagyu beef tenderloin and their oh-so-good hazelnut sponge coral with whiskey caramel chantilly and mango sorbet! There’ll also be a selection of five cocktails for an impeccable cocktail pairing dinner. Meanwhile, a three-piece live band will entertain you with melodic soulful jazz tunes as you savour ’em delish food.
CÉ LA VI
There’s no other amazing spot to have a breathtaking New Year’s Eve dinner other than the iconic rooftop restaurant at Marina Bay Sands.. Let CÉ LA VI treat you to a luxurious modern Asian 12-course menu, featuring specialty highlights such as Tasmanian salmon tataki, grilled wagyu and pan-fried red mullet with brown rice salsa.
Bid goodbye to 2015 with Sugarhall’s exclusive New Year’s eve set menu that pairs six scrumptious dishes (think grilled lobster garnished with truffle butter and pine as well as a succulent beef wellington) with three potent cocktails. Best part? The down-to-earth rum bar and grill spins a hip bangin’ playlist of old-school ska and Jamaican reggae even those with two left feet help but get jiggy to.
Sugarhall, 102 Amoy Street, Singapore 069922, p. 9732 5607. Priced at $130++ per person. Available on 31st December 2015, 8pm. See website for more details.