Romantic Restaurants in Singapore
With Valentine’s day coming, you’ll find that many of the most romantic restaurants in Singapore are quickly being booked up, so it’s important to have a plan and a good head start.
Breakfast in bed is all good and well, but we all know that the most special meal and occasion on the most romantic day of the year is dinner. And not just anywhere, it’s got to be special.
Romance isn’t easy, it takes a bit of effort and planning and that’s where we come in. Here is a list of the most romantic restaurants in Singapore. Take a look, figure out which one suits you and your special someone best and get ahead of the game by booking your chosen spot nice and early. Then when Valentine’s Day arrives, you can surprise your loved one with a meal to remember.
Oh JAAN, what more can we say about it that we haven’t already said in, ‘Simply The Best: Your Guide to Fine Dining in Singapore’? For one we can tell you that not only is this one of the best restaurants in the city, but it’s also considered by many to be the most romantic restaurant in Singapore. It’s ranked number 3 for romance on TripAdvisor, and 44th best restaurant in Asia 2018.
With its top quality service, absolutely spectacular food and one of the best views in Singapore, any night spent at JAAN is going to be special. But if you can get a booking for Valentine’s Day, it’s safe to say you’re in for an evening that’s extra special.
Level 70, Swissôtel The Stamford
2 Stamford Road
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Inside the iconic two-storey Black and White bungalow, once the house of E J H Corner (Former Assistant Director of the Botanic Gardens), Corner House, with major historical significance in both its architecture and its former resident, is the epitome of romance. Now let’s talk about the food.
Chef Jason Tan has taken his wealth of experience, knowledge and skill and created the contemporary cuisine he calls ‘Gastro-Botanica’. Striving for perfection and balance between meat and plant in every dish, not one single element is left to chance and every ingredient, even the garnish, shines.
A Valentine’s day booking at Corner House isn’t just a romantic meal, but a romance for all the senses.
1 Cluny Road, E J H Corner House
Singapore Botanic Gardens
(Nassim Gate Entrance)
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It’s not hard to fall in love with the elegant, light-filled interior of The Summerhouse. A true picture of enchantment, our dining room and balcony’s the perfect backdrop for a festive get together this Christmas. Write to us at email@example.com for group bookings!
The Summerhouse was designed as a sunny summer retreat, an escape from the city allowing you to take a few hours holiday from life. That makes it a perfect spot for a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner. Take some time and step out of your normal day-to-day by embracing the beauty of farm-to-table cooking, fresh ingredients and beautiful food in the equally beautiful surrounding of the Seletar countryside.
Working with farming collectives, The Summerhouse will get you the absolute freshest and highest quality ingredients possible to make this magical day of romance perfect. And the wine list is not to be overlooked either.
Level 2, 3 Park Lane, Seletar Aerospace Park
Another classic featured in ‘Simply The Best: Your Guide to Fine Dining in Singapore’, Odette remains one of the highest ranked restaurants in the world. With 2 Michelin Stars, we don’t need to say a lot to convince anyone why this would be a winning option for romantic dinners in Singapore.
No detail is ever left to chance, from the ingredients used to create every dish, to the decorations and of course the exquisite service. Odette isn’t just a restaurant for Valentine’s Day – if you and your special someone can get a booking here at any point, it’s going to be one of the most romantic nights of the year.
1 St Andrew’s Road #01-04
It’s normal to give your loved one flowers on Valentine’s Day, so why not step it up a notch and take them to dinner in Singapore’s famous Flower Dome? Talk about a restaurant with a view.
Pollen offers a unique dining experience, with its exquisite setting, outstanding modern French cuisine and of course the buggy service where you get collected by a limousine buggy at Garden’s Bay arrival plaza and brought to the restaurant. Along with the fantastic meal and the breathtaking surroundings, when you dine at Pollen you also get complimentary access to the Flower Dome, turning a beautiful meal into a truly romantic evening.
If your special someone is into flowers, this is the one for you.
Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay
18 Marina Gardens Drive, #01-09
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What could be more romantic than sitting down to a fancy meal inside the National Museum of Singapore?
Flute offers a range of dining options (including a very romantic brunch). But of course, everybody knows that if you really want to show your special someone you’re serious, it’s all about that dinner. The European-inspired food has new life breathed into it by Flutes’ master chefs and it comes together to create a fine dining experience in a genuinely beautiful setting, one that you won’t want to miss.
If you’re after elegant romance, like a whisper from your lover that is both calm and exciting, we highly recommend Flutes.
93 Stamford Road, #01-02
National Museum of Singapore
Now, this is a restaurant where time feels like it’s standing still. The White Rabbit is inside an old colonial chapel from the 1930s and is, in a word, breathtaking. High-arched windows and stained glass set an atmosphere of sophistication that is backed up by beautifully prepared and presented European cuisine. The White Rabbit offers a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and is a perfect spot for a romantic evening.
And then you have The Rabbit Hole, a speciality gin garden bar, perfect for a refreshing drink before you sit down to your meal. This multi-award winning restaurant is a must, whether it’s Valentine’s Day or not.
39C Harding Road
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Not only have we already spoken about this place in ‘Where to Find The Best Buffets in Singapore’ but they also made the number 5 spot on ‘Quandoo Users Top 10 Restaurants in Singapore’. Clearly, Colony is doing something very right. But we know what you’re thinking. How romantic could a buffet restaurant really be? Well, put that thought aside because the stylish decor, exceptional food and lovely service raise Colony to the heights of perfect date night material. And never let it be said that romance and decadence don’t go hand in hand.
Also, how can you go wrong by taking your date to a restaurant that offers six distinct cuisines? No matter what you and your special someone are in the mood for on your romantic night out in Singapore, you’ll find it in abundance at Colony.
7 Raffles Ave
Summer Pavilion's main dining hall is designed to reflect a glass pavilion situated within a contemporary Chinese garden.
Regarded as one of ’The Best Chinese Restaurants in Singapore’, Summer Pavilion is a Michelin star restaurant serving authentic Cantonese cuisine. Inside a Chinese garden-inspired setting – complete with six private dining rooms, a tea salon and hand-painted tableware – Summer Pavilion gives you a classic and classy form of romance. An elegant restaurant fit for an elegant Valentine’s Day date.
The consistently high quality of food and service has won Summer Pavilion multiple awards and has made it one of Singapore’s must-try spots, Valentine’s Day or not. But, if you can swing a V-day booking you and your date are in for a real treat.
7 Raffles Ave
If ethically farmed meats and sustainably sourced fish (all prepared with a Mediterranean flare and served at a stylish rooftop venue that has a panoramic view of the city) sounds like romance to you, then you have really specific ideas about romance and you need to check out Artemis Grill. On top of the iconic green landmark CapitaGreen, Artemis Grill’s menu changes with the seasons, ensuring that only the freshest ingredients are used to create food that is as good as the view.
But it’s not just the food and view that are amazing, as Artemis Grill offers a whole host of drinks and cocktails that are out of this world. It’s the romantic night out you and your special someone deserve. Award-winning Gin and Tonic, ethically friendly food and a breathtaking view of the city. A Valentine’s Day spent here is a Valentine’s day done right.
#40-01, 138 Market St
We here at Quisine would like to wish you all a happy and love-filled day. We’d love to hear your stories of how your Valentine’s Day meal went in the comments section below. What are your plans the February 14th?