Table for two

Set the mood for love with our selection of romantic dining options

Posted on Feb. 22, 2017
By Editor

Singapore Marriot Tang Plaza
Pamper your better half with a selection culinary treats at the Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel this Valentine’s Day. From the luxurious Wan Hao Chinese Restaurants to the relaxing Pool Grill and the bustling Marriott Café, there’s something for every discerning palate. At the Marriott Café, a delectable spread of savoury and love-themed treats await at the Love & Romance Dinner Buffet (S$88, inclusive of a glass of sparkling wine, beer or soft drink), from premium roasts and fresh seafood to international and local favourites. Take dinner to another level with an alfresco pool-side dining under a canopy of stars at the Pool Grill for just S$198 per couple, and treat you and your sweetheart to a 3-course set dinner with dishes such as scallop carpaccio, duck foie gras and Wagyu beef tenderloin. For a more Oriental flavours, a selection of seafood and meats, such as the Chilled Boston Lobster and Braised Beef Cheek await at the luxurious Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant with the Oriental Valentine’s Set Dinner at S$88/S$108 per person. 

320 Orchard Road. Tel: 65/6735-5800

 

Waterboat House 
With views of the city skyline and surrounded by romantic art deco and colonial interiors lend a touch of nostalgia, a dinner at the Fullerton Waterboat House is a meal to remember. This Valentine’s Day, treat yourself and your loved one with a delightful Tu Es (Because You Are) menu (S$85) with a wine pairing option at S$65 per person, and immerse in opulent wonder. Set the mood for an enthralling evening with a cocktail at The Rooftop Bar while taking in a laser show at the Marina Bay. Back in the dining room, start the dinner with a Chef Surprise, followed by Mon Trésor (My Treasure) of a home-cured 12-hour sous vide salmon served with deconstructed guacamole and freeze-dried purple potatoes. Next a creamy brie with prosciutto, seared and topped with Roma tomato jam is just like its namesake – Nul Autre (No Other). On to the mains, you might find yourself pressed for choice, with the L’Amour De Ma Vie – a 300-day Grain Fed Prime Ribeye served with yam cremeux, white asparagus and rosemary – and the Charmante – a sous vide aburi maguro dipped in sesame seeds, lightly pan-fried and drizzled with shoyu, served with buttery vegetable and orange and young ginger couscous. Dinner wraps with the luscious chocolate ganache with chocolate glace called Mon Cheri, served with caramelised banana slices, liquid passionfruit and candied ginger. On top of the sumptuous dinner, the restaurant has a special proposal package (S$355 per couple) for couples ready to take the next step together, complete with photography and a personal butler.

#03-01, The Waterboathouse, 3 Fullerton Road.
Tel: 65/6538 9038  www.1919.com.sg 

 

Kaiserhaus Royal
Embark on a journey to Central Europe with your loved one without having to leave the country at Kaiserhaus over the Valentine’s Day weekend. For S$108++, enjoy a three-course dinner that’s steeped in heritage. Get a nice buzz going as you settle into dinner with the Austrian classic Szegeti Grüner Veltliner Sparkling Wine that is exclusively available at Kaiserhaus. Start with the Caprese Salad, with creamy mozzarella and juicy vine-ripened served on a bed if rocket leaved a Balkan red pepper relish called Ajvar. For a heartier bite, the Beef Tenderloin hits the spot with fluffy puff pastry and a serving of broccoli for a bit of greens. Sharing your meal with your loved one is the inspiration behind the dinner with a chocie of beef stew or seafood. The Tafelspitz (Gourmet Beef Stew) is served with a choice of Fritatten (Crepes  Julienne), Leberknödel (liver dumpling) or Kasknödel (cheese dumpling), while the Kasierhaus Seafood Pot offers a myriad of shellfish and fresh fish braised in a seafood broth and served with freshly baked olive bread. Save room for dessert with lovely creations to choose from, such as the Mohr Im Hemd, which is a steamed chocolate cake with dark chocolate ganache served with vanilla ice cream. 

#02-06/#03-06, 17 Stamford Road. 
Tel: 65/6377-0013  www.kaiserhaus.com.sg

 

Saint Pierre
For Valentine’s Day, chef-owner Emmanuel Stroobant has specially created a ten-course dinner menu (S$288 per person) using only the finest ingredients that is set to impress any date. Diners can expect to tuck into an array of luxurious dishes such as fresh bream bay abalone with okra, Japanese eggplant, micro cress and abalone ikura; flora honey roasted langoustine with avocado, dill, crispy quinoa and ikura; poached Atlantic lobster with citrus, pink grapefruit, amaranth and yuzu zest; red mullet coal barbecued and served with green pea puree, cream fraiche, red onion foam, watercress and mint gelee, and more.

#02-02B, One Fullerton, 1 Fullerton Road. Tel: 65/6438-0887 
www.saintpierre.com.sg

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