Show your love with a swoon-worthy Valentine’s Day dinner in Singapore for that fairytale ending.
Got big plans to wine and dine your date in Singapore for Valentines Day 2022? We’re here to help with our list of fancy restaurants to get you all starry-eyed. From romantic restaurants to hidden bars to rooftop hangouts with a view, there’s something for everyone. Hit up our mega list of date ideas for an unforgettable afternoon before you indulge in an evening of luxury.
Romantic Valentine’s Day dinners in Singapore
1. Burger & Lobster
11 – 14 February
Treat your date to a feast of meat and seafood with the restaurant’s Valentine’s Day sharing menu ($198, includes a mini bottle of sauvignon blanc or merlot). At the Raffles location, you’ll be dining on pan-seared scallops, grilled half lobster with bloody mary linguine or beef burger with foie gras and lobster, and white chocolate pudding. Top it all off with the Love at First Sight cocktail ($14), a gin and strawberry concoction. Meanwhile, the Changi outlet offers a dreamy view of the Rain Vortex as the perfect backdrop for your romantic dinner.
Burger & Lobster, multiple locations including Raffles Hotel Singapore and Jewel Changi Airport
2. Artemis Grill & Sky Bar
12 – 14 February
Take your date night up a notch at this sky-high restaurant serving a four-course menu of Mediterranean-inspired dishes. While you admire the stunning view of Marina Bay, you’ll start your Valentine’s Day dinner ($128 per person) with perigord truffle arancini, mushroom consomme with truffle ricotta dumplings, and hamachi tartare with avocado and chorizo romesco. Next, the selection of mains include pasture-fed beef tenderloin, Iberico pork chop, olive-fed duck breast and black cod. Or you can choose to share the 1.1kg cote de boeuf or grilled New Zealand snapper.
Finish it off with sticky date pudding or dark chocolate and caramel torte. Want to make your dining experience extra special? Upgrade your dessert with a $25 top-up for dark choc ganache, hazelnut praline and raspberry cake with vanilla ice cream.
Artemis Grill & Sky Bar, Level 40, 138 Market Street, Singapore 048946
3. Db Bistro & Oyster Bar
Toast to an evening of love with a four-course French dinner ($140 per person) that starts with oscietra caviar and jumbo lump crab salad. When it comes to the mains, have your pick between pan-roasted sea bream with black truffles and button mushrooms or filet mignon with black truffles, heirloom carrot and potato mille-feuille. Nibble on a dessert of raspberry and rose bavarois with lychee sorbet to end your meal. We recommend a leisurely stroll around the Marina Bay waterfront afterwards to enjoy cool breezes and twinkling lights.
Db Bistro & Oyster Bar, B1-48, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, 2 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956
4. Firangi Superstar
Make a date with adventure as you journey through a whimsical V-Day menu (from $120 per person) with your significant other. There’s Out on the Puducherry Sea, a dish of hamachi ceviche with coconut, beetroot gel and finger lime, and 6 Feet Calling, an Alaskan king crab shellfish curry with caviar. Next, you’ll be wowed by short ribs with Mangalorean spices (or tandoor-charred cauliflower on the vegetarian menu). Dessert takes inspiration from Laderach’s pistachio dark chocolate, while cocktails serve up a mix of flavours like chai masala and rose.
Firangi Superstar, #01-03, 20 Craig Road, Singapore 089692
5. Oakwood Premier AMTD Singapore
Take your beloved to Se7enth for a three-course dinner (from $188 per couple) that spotlights seasonal produce. Or dine by the pool at The Executive Club to enjoy a three-course candlelit meal ($363 per couple) – it’s an exclusive experience just for eight couples. Your dining experience comes with welcome cocktails or mocktails, sparkling wine, red or white wine, a box of chocolate pralines, and roses. After dinner, turn up the heat with a romantic getaway (6 to 19 Feb, $400 per night) complete with a bottle of wine and breakfast for two.
Oakwood Premier AMTD Singapore, #07-01, OUE Downtown 1, 6 Shenton Way, Singapore 068809
6. 15 Stamford by Alvin Leung
From day to night, this restaurant in Singapore sets the mood with different Valentine’s Day menus for lunch and dinner. In the afternoon, the four-course set (from $88 per person) features dishes like torched ocean trout, wood-smoked angus beef short rib and a strawberry dessert. Come evening, the five-course line-up (from $158 per person) stars Australian blue lobster, pasture-fed lamb short loin, black scraper and more. To sweeten the deal, each diner will receive a “love prediction” message in a bottle.
If you’d like to go all out, choose the Valentine’s Day dinner experience with a romantic staycation (from $788 per night) at The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore. You’ll be luxuriating in a plush room with champagne, chocolate-dipped strawberries and in-room breakfast!
15 Stamford by Alvin Leung, The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore, 15 Stamford Road, Singapore 178906
12 & 14 February
In case you haven’t heard, the “world’s most remote restaurant” will soon land on our shores on 23 January for a four-week residency at Grand Hyatt Singapore. Seats are almost sold out for the two Michelin-starred Koks from Faroe Islands, so don’t hold back on booking your table for Valentine’s Day. It’s a bit of a splurge at $398 and $798 per person for lunch and dinner respectively. But the exquisite Nordic cuisine, wine pairing and bouquet of roses are well worth it.
Koks, Grand Hyatt Singapore, 10 Scotts Road, Singapore 228211
8. Fat Prince
For a Middle Eastern spin on your romantic dinner, look to Fat Prince’s six-course menu ($135 per person). You’ll sip on a glass of cava and enjoy oysters before tucking into mezze plates like pistachio hummus and seared scallops. The star of the evening? Wagyu rostbiff, char-grilled and served with parsnip puree and pickled shallots. Don’t forget to save space for the Laderach-inspired chocolate berry brownie with spiced dark choc ice cream.
Fat Prince, 48 Peck Seah Street, Singapore 079317
Hello, Japan! Transport your date to Koma’s glamorous Japanese-inspired space in Singapore for a Valentine’s Day dinner to remember. The six-course sharing menu ($360 per couple) highlights sashimi, foie gras, wagyu beef and truffle. Let’s not forget dessert: vanilla rose bavaroise made of lychee raspberry jam, white chocolate rice biscuit and dark choc mousse with gianduja cremeux.
Koma, B1-67, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, 2 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018972
10. Wolfgang’s Steakhouse
10 – 14 February
Only the best for your other half! Celebrate your love at this steakhouse with decadent slabs of meat. Priced at $368 per couple, the Valentine’s Day set menu starts with fresh oysters and lobster bisque. For mains, choose between the signature porterhouse steak for two or ribeye steak with Chilean sea bass. Plus, take your pick of two sides from a selection that includes creamed spinach and mashed potatoes. End off with chocolate raspberry mousse and clink glasses with a romance-inspired mocktail or cocktail.
Wolfgang’s Steakhouse, #02-01, InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay, 1 Nanson Road, Singapore 238909
11. Shabestan Singapore
Have a hearty Middle Eastern meal this V-Day with Shabestan’s 5-course Love and Prosperity menu ($98 per person). Begin your evening with a choice of Prosecco, wine or mocktail, then ease your way into a pomegranate salad and vibrant beetroot hummus. Go easy on the bread as the feast has yet to begin. You’re treated to a massive Persian platter of lamb, beef, chicken, prawn and fish kebabs served with fragrant Javaher rice.
Oh, and the Dawood Basha (Egyptian-style lamb meatballs braised in tomato sauce) is like a warm hug. Spice lovers, don’t forget to ask for the chilli sauce that packs a punch. Cool down with a homemade rose cheesecake with edible rose.
Shabestan Singapore, #01-13, The Pier at Robertson, 80 Mohamed Sultan Road, Singapore 239013
Go ahead and say “I love you” with a romantic dining experience for Valentine’s Day in Singapore!