Mom And Dad25 Romantic Spots for Valentine’s Day Dinner In Singapore

25 Romantic Spots for Valentine’s Day Dinner In Singapore

The season of love is ringing in again! Just the perfect excuse to leave your children at home to celebrate the occasion for Bill Wither’s famous line, “Just the two of us”. 

We know the nagging pressure of having to find the ideal spot for Valentine’s day dinner. So whether you’re looking for breath-taking views, something more ol’ school, a romantic resto which steers away from the typical Italian and Western, or simply somewhere in youe vicinity, this is the list for you. 

Valentine’s Day Dinner: With a View 

1. SKAI Bar

Perched on the 70th floor of Swissôtel The Stamford, SKAI offers a scenic sunset view overlooking downtown Singapore.

Their 5-course Valentine’s Day Dinner set will be available on menus from 11 to 14 February. Expect your sensory buds to be pampered by oysters, lobster chawanmushi, sea bass, wagyu and caviar – if you wish!

Credits: Tripadvisor


Price: Starting from $288++ (inclusive of a glass of champagne)

2. Fire Restaurant

One of the sister brands of 1-Atico, Fire is an Argentinian restaurant which boasts its craft in wood-fired meats. It sits on level 55 of ION Orchard, giving you a generous view of town.

If you’re a fan of full, smokey flavours – then you might be in for a treat. From 12 to 14 February, Fire has curated a 4-course luxurious meal starring oysters, empanadas, king salmon, ribeye, prawns, and more.

Credits: Chope


Price: $198++ per pax

3. Dusk Restaurant & Bar

On a hilltop amidst the lush rainforest, Dusk Restaurant & Bar is the perfect point for views overlooking Mount Faber and Sentosa.

Its 4-course Valentine’s Day Dinner set menu includes a cocktail, a seafood appetiser, truffle mushroom soup, and a choice of beef tenderloin or lobster for your main before ending off with sweets!

Credits: Time Out


Price: $288++ per couple

4. Potato Head (Rooftop)

In the heart of Keong Saik, Potato Head is hard to miss with its modern oriental exterior. Though they don’t do curated Valentine’s Day Dinner menus, you won’t be missing out on romance while scuffing down those killer burgs and decadent milkshakes. (Impossible alternatives available too!)

Can’t be forgetting your bubblies and mean cocktails while you’re there. Just remember to make a booking prior because the rooftop seats are always in hot demand!

Credits: Hello Singapore Tours


Price: Approximately $40-$50 per pax

5. 665°F Degrees Fahrenheit

Introducing Andaz’s premium steakhouse restaurant which occupied the 38th floor, 665°F Degrees Fahrenheit offers a quaint atmosphere overlooking a skyline.

With a glass of Champagne, your 4-course Valentine’s Day dinner will feature Hokkaido scallops, foie gras, and blue cod or braised short ribs.

P.S. Their steaks are also Halal-certified!

Credits: Trip Advisor Japan


Price: $188++ per pax

Valentine’s Day Dinner: Classic Old-School Romance 

6. Bar Milano 

Apart from just pizzas and pastas, Bar Milano has an extensive menu which includes tapas, small plates, meat mains and amazing desserts.

Although the space is relatively small, you won’t be disappointed by its dim, romantic ambience. Excellent atmosphere, superb service and affordable Italian food.

Credits: Lifestyle Asia Hong Kong


Price: Approximately $50 per pax

7. L’Angelus

For a French fare, L’Angelus is located in the CBD – perfect for a Monday Valentine dinner date. Start off with a fresh urchin appetiser, then move onto charcoal-grilled Octopus, before the juicy Iberico pork and A5 Striploin meats.

Top up just $30++ for 2 glasses of Champagnes.

Credits: TableCheck


Price: $138++ per pax

8. Pasta Brava 

Having been featured on Singapore Tatler for 10 years, Pasta Brava serves up no-frills dishes in a quaint, homey setting. Almost like dining at an Italian Nonna’s place!

This Valentine’s, you can choose from a 3-course or 4-course set menu, with choice of main ranging from pork belly, seafood linguini, sea bass to whole lobster pizza, grilled octopus or braised beef cheek.

Credits: Singapore Expats


Price: Starting from $88++ per pax

Valentine’s Day Dinner: With An Alfresco Ambience   

If you prefer a comfortable chilled-out Valentine’s Day dinner over the glitz and glamour of skyline views, here are some reco’s for you:

9. Raffles Courtyard 

For a tropical dinner vibe amidst Raffles Arcade, Courtyard’s menu primarily offers local delights, as well as oysters from Normandy.

Just for Valentine’s, they also have a special cocktail menu from 12 to 14 February, starting from $15++ for happy hours.

Credits: Raffles Japan


Price: Approximately $40 per pax

10. Botanico @ The Garage

Nestled in the Botanic Gardens, Botanico is an enchanting space housed in a conserved architecture from the 1920’s.

Their 5-course Valentine’s Day dinner will be available on 13 and 14 February, with oysters, ceviche, foie gras, barramundi and beef striploin. It also comes with a specially-crafted cocktail for both him and her.

Credits: Robb Report Singapore


Price: Starting from $268++ per couple for indoor seats

11. Una

On the second level of the Alkaff Mansion, Una is a modern romantic restaurant which offers a Spanish gastronomic experience atop a hill.

This Valentine’s, their 4-course dinner menu includes a curation of seafood Salpicon for starters, white Gazpacho soup, and either cod fish or Wagyu short rib for mains.

Credits: Johor Kaki


Price: $198++ per pax

12. Corner House 

Having been awarded a 1-star Michelin and ranked in Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants, this contemporary French-Asian restaurant is home to recipes which reflect the stories of a chef who’s spent his years in both Bordeaux and Singapore.

Though there isn’t a designated Valentine’s menu, they have 5, 6 and 7 Omakase-style dining experiences available.

Credits: Robb Report Singapore


Price: Starting from $188++ per pax for 5-course

Valentine’s Day Dinner: In Your Hood 

For the mama and papa’s who are all worn out from cleaning diapers and running after your toddlers, take a quick ride out to these spaces in your hood to cure your hunger pangs.

These hip spaces guarantees an enjoyable experience… without you having to wash up after!

13. Raw Kitchen Bar

For the couples reminiscing your Bali getaway days, this space was made for you. Located along Kallang Riverside, this cafe-bar serves up comfort food with pretty plating.

Think ragu rigatoni, cauli tacos, prawn toasties, wagyu steak, as well as other vegan and vegetarian options. (And… if you have to bring your children along, they also have kids’ options)

Credit: Raw Kitchen Bar


Price: Approximately $40 per pax

14. iO Italian Osteria 

In the quaint atmosphere of Hillview, you will notice a single restaurant packed out at HillV2. With its authentic Italian spread, it is no wonder iO is a hot favourite.

Its menu is super extensive – bread and pizza, Italian street food, antipasti, cold cut boards, pastas, meat main courses… You get the idea! Prices are honestly very affordable as well for the quality you’re getting.

Credits: iO Italian Osteria


Price: Approximately $40 per pax

15. PS Café East Coast 

For the Easties, P.S. Cafe by the coast would probably be a short little escapade from the urban jungles. Perfect for a post day-out by the beach (with or without your kids!)

With a casual menu ranging from sandwiches to local street food, as well as pastas and meat mains, you’d probably be able to find something which catches your eye here.

Credits: P.S. Cafe


Price: Approximately $40 per pax

16. Mustard Seed

For an intimate and quiet Valentine’s Day dinner, Mustard Seed is an over-the-counter dining experience located at Brighton Crescent.

Owned by a Singaporean, Chef Ming Kiat serves Omakase-style tasting menu inspired by Japanese cuisine and technique. With dishes which switch up every 2 months, you can be sure to be surprised by his unique interpretations of food.

Credits: Mustard Seed


Price: $178++ per pax for dinner

17. Ben Fatto 95 

Ben Fatto works his traditional pasta-making magic from a cosy setting of his parents’ home located at Paya Lebar Cres.

His private sessions require bookings in advance, and features a 4-course menu featuring his different pastas. You can also opt for premium dishes like steaks at an additional cost.

For those who are in for a novel, intimate experience, this might be right up your alley.

Credits: 8 Days


Price: $60 (non-steak) and $80 (steak) for 4-course meal

18. Changi Coastal Settlement

A casual dining restaurant and bar in the midst of Changi coasts, this space is well-decorated with antiques and vintage vehicles from colonial times.

Almost like a similar vibe and style to P.S. Cafe, Changi Coastal Settlement does have a greater variety on its menu. Whether you prefer Asian delights such as Assam Fish Head Curry and Nasi Campur, or Western mains like Ribeye Mac & Cheese, this place has got you covered.



Price: Approximately $40 per pax

Valentine’s Day Dinner: Unique Cuisines (that are not Italian or Japanese) 

Tired of the same flavour profiles? Here are some cuisines which might pique your taste buds – from African cuisine, to Mediterranean and some fusion.

19. Kafe UTU (African) 

Possibly one of the only unique African cafe and lounge in Singapore, Kafe “UTU” directly translates to Kafe Humanity. With its coffee, cocktails and cuisine, you’d be embraced by the warmth of African hospitality here.

Perhaps its method of preparation and ingredients might be different from the usual Asian dishes, but you can definitely find familiarity in their curries and stews. Expect a variety of meat options such as goat, stingray, chicken, fish and pork.

Credits: Pinterest


Price: Approximately $30 to $40 per pax

20. The Wine Company (Ling Ling)

With heavy red curtains, high ceilings and huge portrait paintings, you’d be surprised to find that Ling Ling’s menu is kept extremely affordable despite its extravagant grandeur.

Here, they serve mainly comfort Chinese cuisine (much like your zichar stalls), as well as staple Western mains and pastas.

Credits: The Ordinary Patrons


Price: Approximately $20 to $30 per pax

21. Cou cou (Swiss) 

Cou Cou prides itself in bringing the best Swiss cuisine to town – Duxton, more specifically.

It’s not just about Rostis! They also serve up sides like soft dumpling, fondues, cold cuts and cheese, not forgetting main courses not limited to cordon bleu, beef tartare, and the like.

Credits: Cou Cou


Price: Approximately $35 per person

22. Fat Prince (Kebabs) 

A modern Middle Eastern resto, Fat Prince sits on the streets of Peck Seah, as well as on Time Out’s list as one of the 50 best restaurants in Singapore.

This Valentine’s, it brings you a 4-course dinner with your choice of mezze and main course which offers oysters, scallops, wagyu and cod. Definitely pair your meal with one of their classic “koktails” as well.

Credits: Trip Advisor Japan


Price: $135++ per pax

23. Restaurant JAG

An exquisite French fine dining setting which quietly boasts of its 1 Michelin star, Jag takes on a no-menu approach and builds its meal experiences around your dietary preferences and seasonal produce.

Seating up to 15 guests at once, you can be sure this will be an intimate and unique experience for you and your partner.

Credits: HazelDiary


Price: $298++ for a JAG Omakase experience

24. Restaurant Euphoria

Honing its expertise in contemporary French techniques, Euphoria is the mother of the Gastro-Botanica cuisine.

Within the rich shell of a heritage shophouse along Tras Street, you can savour their 6 or 8-course menu which promises a visually-stimulating experience of balancing protein and botanical elements on both your palette, and plate.


Price: Starting from $238++ per pax for a 6-course menu

Credits: Vogue Singapore

25. Birds of a Feather 

Housed in a two conservation shophouses on Amoy Street, Birds of a Feather blends Western cuisine with Sichuan influences. Their unique take to food has earned them a spot on Wine & Dine, Singapore Tatler, Time Out and the like.

With 4 separate menus for appetisers, entrees, mains and desserts, you can find yourself among some of their crowd favourites – Yu Xiang Eggplant, Birds Skewers, Braised Pork Belly, just to name a few.

Credits: Tripadvisor


Price: Approximately $50 to $60 per pax

Whether you are dining out with a magnificent sky-view overlooking Singapore, or a cosy space nestled in your area, Valentine’s Day dinner is all about appreciating and spending quality time with your partner.

With this list armed in your possession now, go forth and make haste for your reso’s!


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