Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, so it’s time to start planning where to have that romantic dinner with bae. Here are our top picks for that hot date.
Nestled in the Tanglin Post Office building just off the hustle and bustle of Orchard Road, Nassim Hill is a bakery and cafe by day that transforms into a serene and intimate gastrobar when night falls. The spacious interior seats 100, and has a charming European tavern vibe complete with stained glass windows, oak decor and warm ambient lighting—the perfect setting for a Valentine’s Day dinner.
Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar
On February 14, Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar will have a sharing menu for two, with all courses from starter to dessert being served in sharing portions for an intimate dining experience. Highlights from the special menu include Burrata With Pasta in Roasted Tomato Sauce, and Grilled Ribeye Steak served with salad and homemade entrecôte sauce. At just $110++ per couple, the set meal also includes two glasses of wine to set the mood (there will also be 1-for-1 draught beer all night!). For the perfect end to the evening, go for a romantic stroll with bae at the nearby Botanic Gardens.
Nassim Hill is at #01-03 Tanglin Post Office, 56 Tanglin Road.
For reservations, visit www.nassimhill.com.sg or call 6835 1128.
Located along the Robertson Quay stretch, this riverside restaurant is offering couples the ultimate date night that includes a romantic river cruise at 7pm, a light show viewing at Marina Bay Sands and a 3-course dinner (with a glass of Prosecco each) for $200++ per couple.The menu starts with Freshly Shucked Oysters followed by a choice of two starters: Tomato & Watermelon Gazpacho or Watercress Salad with Burnt Cucumber. For mains, you can go for the Barramundi Fillet with pea sauce, young shoots and dill or Grass-Fed Ribeye with garlic jus. Sharing sides include crushed fingerling potato with a chive butter and sweet potato leaves, sliced pumpkin and lemon. Then it’s on to dessert, where you can choose between Chocolate Sacher with macerated cherries and pistachio ice cream or refreshing Raspberry Sorbet.
Summerlong is at #01-04, 60 Robertson Quay.
For reservations, email email@example.com or call 6235 1225.
The Mast’ is a new Italian eatery in the CBD that takes its cheese so seriously, it makes its own mozarella, burrata and stracciatella in the restaurant itself. This usually happens every morning, but on Valentine’s Day, The Mast’ is offering couples the chance to witness a mozzarella-making demonstration at 6.45pm, where they’ll get a first-hand look at the masters at work as they knot and braid strands of milky cheese. Following this, the four-course set dinner, $140++ per couple, will be served. The meal begins with the Trio of Burrata platter. Each one is stuffed with smoked salmon, prosciutto, and antipasti (eggplant, zucchini and sun-dried tomatoes), accompanied with artisanal schiacciata bread and a glass of Botter Extra Dry DOC Prosecco for you and your date. Then comes the Italian Tomato Soup with parsley, olive oil and toasted croutons before the main course, a T-Bone Steak Florentine, served with steamed vegetables and fresh porcini cream sauce. A glass of Caparzo Sangiovese per guest—a fresh, bright wine with hints of blackberry and raspberry—will also be served alongside the main. End the romantic evening on a sweet note with Millefoglie, a light, layered pastry brimming with velvety custard and homemade fresh strawberry coulis.
The Mast’ is at 182 Cecil Street, #01-05/08 Frasers Tower.
For reservations, call 6513 8010.
Dine amidst a romantic waterfront view at Jamie’s Italian VivoCity, which is offering a three-course menu, $128++ per couple, that includes a Starter Plank to share, and a choice of main course between the Duck Confit or Grilled Chilean Sea Bass. For dessert, you can go for either the trio of cream-filled profiteroles or Jamie’s Epic Brownie served with chocolate sauce, amaretto ice cream and caramelised amaretti popcorn (our pick!). The set meal also includes Bitter Sweet Love, a yummy cocktail prepared with peach schnapps, coconut rum, cranberry juice and organic strawberries.
Jamie’s Italian is at #01-165/166/167 VivoCity.
For reservations, visit https://www.jamieoliver.com/italian/singapore.
Go Japanese this Valentine’s Day with the Love Birds Set Menu at Neon Pigeon, $65++ per person. Starters include the Tokyo Hummus served with crunchy curry chips, Tuna Sashimi Donburi, Spicy Baby Corn and Chicken Liver Mousse. For mains, choose between the Braised Pork Belly with shoyu honey glaze, lemon sesame dressing, leek and mizuna or opt for the Grilled Barramundi with mentaiko, parsnip and rosella compote. For dessert, guests can enjoy the Cherry Bomb, a sweet treat created specially for Valentine’s Day that’s made up of yakult sorbet, sake jelly and meringue. Neon Pigeon is well-known for its cocktails, and its V-Day concoction Peary Love (Colombo Gin, karakuchi sake umeshu, peach orgeat, Poire Williams, sesame oil, fresh nashi pear and lemon juice) doesn’t disappoint. Oh, and the Neon Pigeon team will be taking Polaroid’s of guests, so you’ll leave with a sweet memento.
Neon Pigeon is at 1 Keong Saik Road.
For reservations, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 6222 3623.