Valentine’s Day restaurants in Singapore


The 14th of February is edging closer and closer, and every couple knows what that sacred date spells. Romance is in the air, and there’s that special something when you’re dining with bae on Valentine’s Day itself. 

Though most Valentine’s packages have already been snapped up by early lovebirds, there’s still plenty of romantic restaurants to dine at on our Little Red Dot. From snazzy rooftop bars with panoramic views to bistros that serve free-flow fries, take your pick from these nine Valentine’s Day dining spots in Singapore to get some grub in 2021.

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1. Dusk Restaurant & Bar – enjoy a panoramic view of Sentosa


A romantic, nature-esque hotspot for couples, Dusk Restaurant & Bar’s alfresco setting makes it a prime dating location to admire a splendid view of Sentosa. You’ll get to nom on some sumptuous European tapas and take your pick from Dusk’s sprawling selection of wine to cap off a fine date.

Their Duck Rillette Au Gratin ($22) will whet your appetite with pieces of shredded duck served atop crunchy ciabatta bread. When you’re shifting gears to your main, go for the Tiger Prawn Capellini ($28) that boasts chunky pieces of prawn and pasta infused with lobster oil for an aromatic fragrance.

Whether it’s a moscato, red or even sparkling wine, a single glass affordably starts from $13. You could also toast to the good times with some champagne – a glass of Henri Abele Brut will set you back just $20.

Dusk Restaurant & Bar
Address: Faber Peak Singapore, Level 2, 109 Mount Faber Road, Singapore 099203
Opening hours: Sun – Thu 4PM-11PM | Fri – Sat 4PM-2AM
Telephone: 6377 9688

Book Dusk Restaurant & Bar here


2. Mr. Stork – rooftop bar with cosy teepee huts and 360° city views


mr stork teepee huts

If you missed the opportunity to indulge in dome dining last year, the next best thing that’s available are the cosy teepee huts within the premises of Mr. Stork. Snuggle next to your boo in these intimate tents while soaking in the ambience from the 39th floor of Andaz Singapore.

mr stork dining area

Of course, in the case of inclement weather, you’ll be able to dine indoors too. For the extra fancy who want to try a cheese platter, go for the Les Freres Marchand Cheese Selection that comes with an assortment of three ($25) or five types of cheese ($32). Else, you’ll find the deluxe Chef’s Selection ($48) and it’s slew of squid, chicken and beef as the more appealing choice instead.

If you wanna loosen up a lil’, choose from their selection of wines and cocktails that start from $19 and $22 respectively. The Grapefruit ($22) is a refreshing complement for your meal, thanks to its unique blend of grapefruit and lime juice alongside aromatic bitters and tequila.

Mr. Stork
Address: 5 Fraser Street, Level 39, Andaz, Singapore 189354
Opening hours: Mon – Fri 5PM-10.30PM | Sat – Sun 3PM-10.30PM
Telephone: 6408 1288

Book Mr. Stork here


3. L’Entrecote – French bistro serving free flow fries


l'entrecote dining areaThe interior of L’Entrecôte’s Duxton Hill branch
Image credit: L’Entrecôte Singapore

Just like how a lion is the king of animals, a fine slab of steak is the crown jewel of meats. No other cuts of meat are as befitting of a lavish celebration than steak, so consider popping by one of L’Entrecôte’s two outlets for a feast.

Their signature Trimmed Entrecôte Steak ($36.80) comes with tender pieces of sliced steak doused in their rich in-house sauce, and is accompanied with golden fries and a walnut salad. The best part is, you can literally stuff yourselves with their crunchy fries, as you get unlimited refills. 

l'entrecote trimmed entrecote steakWell worth it to give yourselves a fry-induced food coma
Image credit: L’Entrecôte Singapore

If you’re heading down anytime between 12th February – 14th February 2021, keep your eyes peeled for their three-course (from $88/person) Valentine’s Day menus at Duxton Hill and Customs House respectively. You can expect either a savoury pastry or an oyster dish as your hors d’oeuvre, and get a sweet ending for your date with their Strawberry Lychee Rose Tart.

Fun fact: The oh-so-fancy French word ‘entrecôte’ is pronounced on-truh-cot, and it’s pretty much a bougie term for ribeye. I’ll shamelessly admit I’ve been pronouncing it as le on-truh-ko-tayprior to this startling epiphany.

L’Entrecôte The Steak & Fries Bistro (Duxton Hill)
Address: 36 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089614
Opening hours: Sun – Thu 12PM-3PM, 5.30PM-10PM | Fri 12PM-3PM, 5.30PM-11PM | Sat 5.30PM-11PM
Telephone: 6690 7561

L’Entrecôte The Steak & Fries Bistro (Customs House)
Address: 70 #01-01 Collyer Quay, Customs House, Singapore 049323
Opening hours: Mon – Thu 12PM-3PM, 6PM-10PM | Fri 12PM-3PM, 6PM-11PM | Sat 6PM-11PM | Sun 5PM-10PM
Telephone: 6690 7565

Book L’Entrecôte here


4. The Horse’s Mouth – vibrant secret bar hidden at Forum


interior of the horse's mouthImage credit: The Horse’s Mouth

Forum The Shopping Mall cuts a forlorn figure in Orchard, especially when other bustling malls like ION and 313@Somerset are at the epicentre of attention. But little do we know that it boasts a hidden gem in the form of The Horse’s Mouth, a posh-looking secret bar in the basement of the mall.

cocktails at the horse's mouthBespoke cocktails are also available for connoisseurs who know exactly what they want
Image credit: The Horse’s Mouth

Perfect for couples in their honeymoon phase or just looking for a chill drink, The Horse’s Mouth also gives patrons a selection of tantalising appetisers to snack on while they drink away. A couple of highlights include the Octopus Karaage ($15) and Spicy Salmon & Tuna Tartare with Crispy Gyoza Skin ($22) – just the name’s enough to make you drool.

And if you’re looking for a one-way ticket to Tipsy Town, the bar’s signature Four Horsemen ($22) cocktail is your answer. The drink’s composed of gin, wine, liqueur and the potent absinthe, making it a one-cup wonder for feeling the alcohol high and having a merry time.

The Horse’s Mouth
Address:  583 Orchard Road, Forum the Shopping Mall, #B1-39, Singapore 238884
Opening hours: 5PM-10PM, Daily
Telephone: 8188 0900

Book The Horse’s Mouth here


5. Riviera – mediterranean dining with Marina Bay waterfront view


interior of rivieraImage credit: Riviera

Valentine’s Day is the perfect excuse to lead an atas life for a day and splash some cash on a swanky restaurant. If that sentiment resonates with you, then Riviera’s stunning waterfront view coupled with its mediterranean medley of food will fit the bill.

wild-caught new zealand langoustine at rivieraRiviera’s Wild-Caught New Zealand Langoustine – or cooked Norway lobster
Image credit: Riviera

Helmed by two executive chefs with culinary experience in Michelin-starred restaurants, you’re in for a gourmet experience while you admire Marina Bay from a distance. If you’re feeling adventurous, their a-la-carte menu is chock full of exotic dishes like Wild-Caught New Zealand Langoustine ($48) and Grain-Fed Bresse Pigeon ($58) for you to take a chance on.

The restaurant’s got sweethearts an exclusive treat for Valentine’s Day, as you’ll have the luxury of choosing between a four-course lunch ($128) or a five-course dinner ($188). Both seafood and meat choices are on offer no matter which service you opt for, with grass-fed lamb, wild caught sea bass and even Boston lobsters on the cards. Decisions, decisions 

Riviera
Address: 1 Fullerton Road, #02-06 One Fullerton, Singapore 049213
Opening hours: Tue – Fri 12.30PM-2.30PM, 6.30PM-11PM | Sat 6.30PM-11PM (Closed on Sun & Mon)
Telephone: 6690 7564

Book Riviera here


6. Jypsy – PS.Cafe concept serving Japanese cuisine


jypsyImage credit: PS.Cafe

Couples who are fans of the iconic PS.Cafe franchise have reason to rejoice, as its sister concept cafe Jypsy serves up comfort Japanese cuisine with a twist. Located in the idyllic stretch of Martin Road, the resto’s rustic wooden interiors give a homely, relaxing feel to the establishment.

salmon tacos and nest of fries at jypsyImage adapted from: @jypsysg, @jypsysg

From fresh sashimi and sushi rolls to chirashi bowls and tempura appetisers, Jypsy’s got the whole shebang for you to order from. Take a chance on their Salmon Tacos ($14) that have chunks of salmon sandwiched between a crunchy seaweed shell – a Japanese meal isn’t complete without salmon, after all. 

Japanese dishes aside, Jypsy’s also got a bird’s nest-esque dish called the Nest Of Fries ($11). The unique shapes of these foods make them pretty photogenic too, so you’ll have plenty of shots for the ‘gram while you’re here.

Jypsy
Address: 38A, 01-02 Martin Road, Singapore 239072
Opening hours: 11.30AM-10PM, Daily
Telephone: 6708 9288

Book Jypsy here


7. LAVO – 57th-floor diner atop MBS with generous food portions


nighttime light-ups at lavo singaporeDusk is the perfect time to be at LAVO, as the establishment’s bright lights make for great photo-ops
Image credit: LAVO Singapore

Situated on the same floor as the renowned Infinity Pool, LAVO is a luxurious Italian rooftop restaurant and bar. From your lofty vantage point, those who’re suckers for scenic views will appreciate the expansive view of the Esplanade and the bustling city that lies 57 storeys below.

Big eaters are sure to leave with their tummies full, as the restaurant whips up dishes with generous portions. For starters, opt for their signature Charred Octopus ($29) or just grab a heaping hunk of Truffle Fries ($16) if seafood isn’t on the agenda for the day.

'the meatball' dish at lavoImage credit: LAVO Singapore

The diner’s pièce de résistance is “The Meatball” ($38) – a trifecta of ground wagyu beef, veal and Italian sausage topped off with a chunk of ricotta cheese. The decadent dishes don’t stop there, as their 20 Layer Chocolate Cake ($24) intertwines spongy chocolate layers with an equal amount of peanut butter mascarpone.

LAVO Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar
Address: 10 Bayfront Avenue, Tower 1, Level 57, Singapore 018956
Opening hours: Mon – Sat 11AM-12AM | Sun 12PM-12AM
Telephone: 6688 8591

Book LAVO here


8. Blue Label Pizza & Wine – retro resto with decadent steak pizza


blue label pizza and wine interiorImage credit: Blue Label Pizza & Wine

For a more laid-back date night, Blue Label Pizza & Wine’s got you covered. With their extensive playlist of 70s and 80s rock bops serenading you through the night, you’ll be able to spend a retro-themed Valentine’s within the intimate confines of this neon-clad establishment.

wish i was a baller pizza with steak at blue labelImage credit: Eunice Pang

Steak isn’t the first topping that comes to mind when you think of pizzas, but whoever came up with that combo is a damn genius. Blue Label’s fittingly-named Wish I Was A Baller ($38) pizza is peppered with tender slices of steak, mushrooms and onions drizzled with an indulgent bechamel sauce.

An ideal side dish to go along with your pizza are the Blue Label Chicken Wings ($14) that comes with your choice of either buffalo or honey-garlic-sriracha sauce. The real kicker is actually the complimentary blue cheese ranch dip – don’t worry, there isn’t a pungent odour – that adds more umami flavour to your wings.

Blue Label Pizza & Wine (Mandarin Gallery)
Address: 333A Orchard Road, #03-02 Mandarin Gallery, Singapore 238897
Opening hours: 12PM-10PM, Daily
Telephone: 9785 7799

Blue Label Pizza & Wine (Ann Siang Road)
Address: 28 Ann Siang Road, #B1-01, Singapore 069708
Opening hours: 12PM-10PM, Daily
Telephone: 9821 9362

Book Blue Label Pizza & Wine here


9. Pasta Bar – rustic Italian restaurant with an open kitchen


pasta bar open kitchenImage credit: Pasta Bar

Stepping into Pasta Bar will feel as though you’ve been whisked away to a neighbourhood pasta parlour back in Italy. Hailing from Genova, the head chef’s doughy theatrics can be witnessed as he prepares 11 different types of pasta from his open kitchen from scratch.

truffle fettuccini at pasta barSouthern Italian food tends to have lighter, tangier flavours
Image credit: Pasta Bar

Striving to produce authentic Southern Italian cuisine, your tastes are in for a European trip when you nosh on Pasta Bar’s assortment of dishes. Their vegetarian Truffle Fettuccini ($46) is encased in a blanket of large shaved black truffle, while their Tagliatelle ($32) is a head-turner thanks to the portion of 24-hour braised beef ragu that envelops the noodles.

Pasta Bar
Address: 55, 01-05 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089158
Opening hours: Mon – Tue 6PM-11PM | Wed – Sun 12PM-3PM, 6PM-11PM
Telephone: 6222 0627

Book Pasta Bar here


Romantic restaurants, cafes and bars in Singapore


Good food never fails to uplift our moods, so couples can’t go wrong by dining at one of these nine Valentine’s Day dining spots in Singapore this Valentine’s. 

Oh, and just a friendly reminder for all you boyfriends out there, make sure to grab a meaningful gift or a bouquet of flowers (or nuggets) so you don’t incur the wrath of your missus can make the day even sweeter.

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Cover image adapted from (L-R clockwise): Riviera, The Horse’s Mouth, LAVO Singapore