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Celebrate love with these exclusive menus prepared for the special occasion

Valentine’s Day is the best time to show your appreciation to your loved ones through a delectable meal. Fortunately for us, chefs around the island have come up with exclusive menus to celebrate this romantic day. Whether you are craving for French, Japanese or Italian, here are some of the best restaurants to visit for a luxurious date night.

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1. Shabestan Singapore

Celebrate the Day of Hearts early and indulge in Shabestan’s five-course menu, which is available for lunch and dinner from February 1 to 14. To get you in the mood, you’ll be served a complimentary glass of champagne or prosecco, before tucking into their signature items. The Persian pomegranate, featuring an assortment of greens, apples and pomegranate seeds for added texture, is enough to whet the appetite for the mains to come. These are the Egyptian lamb stew and the Persian kebabs platter laden with lamb kubideh, chicken nasti, prawn and fish kebabs—the latter is served with rice and salad. To end on a romantic note, the special dessert is a three-layered rose cheesecake. Book here

Shabestan Singapore, 80 Mohamed Sultan Road, 1-13 The Pier at Robertson Quay, +65 6836 1270

2. Lawry’s The Prime Rib Singapore

Treat your date to a meat-filled feast with this restaurant’s Valentine’s Day six-course set menu. Begin the meal with smoked duck breast salad and a hearty Italian seafood stew. There are three mains to choose from: the signature roasted USDA prime rib served with Yorkshire pudding, horseradish and mashed potatoes; aromatic white truffle lamb rack generously stuffed with ham and cheese; and grilled Hamachi fish collar.

Save room for dessert and indulge in its strawberry yoghurt yuzu matcha sweetheart cake. It features moist matcha sponge cake layered with strawberry yoghurt and tangy yuzu mousse. Available for lunch on February 13, and lunch and dinner on February 14. Book here.

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3. Koma Singapore

Savour modern Japanese fare this Valentine’s Day with executive chef Kunihiro Moroi’s lavish six-course sharing menu. Dig into the likes of rich foie gras monaka, consisting of a wonderful medley of soy-poached foie gras, chestnuts and popping candy; buttery Wagyu beef with garlic sauce, radish and ponzu; and Wagyu beef urchin with truffle and caviar sushi. Finish the meal with its indulgent vanilla rose bavaroise—a delicious creation of lychee raspberry jam, white chocolate rice biscuit and dark chocolate mousse with gianduja crémeux. Available for dinner on February 14. Book here.

4. Artemis Grill

There is nothing more romantic than indulging in a luxurious three-course meal while admiring the stunning view of Marina Bay. At Artemis Grill, you will enjoy this majestic backdrop as you tuck into executive chef Oliver Hyde’s Mediterranean-inspired fare.

Some of the highlights are the juicy Boston lobster, succulent Iberico pork chops and wonderfully grilled lamb chops. End the meal with a sticky date pudding topped with whiskey butterscotch sauce, vanilla ice cream and cardamon tuille. Available for dinner from February 12 to 14. Book here.

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Artemis Grill

Marina District
$ $ $ $
4
'rating'

5. L’Entrecôte the Steak & Fries Bistro

Toast to an evening of love with a three-course French dinner that begins with a decadent platter of prawn cocktail, salmon caviar with blinis, and house-made foie gras terrine. Then, delight in the expertly grilled steak showered with L’Entrecôte’s legendary sauce and served with golden French fries and green salad. The meal culminates with a light strawberry tart filled with vanilla crème patisserie and strawberry compote. Available on February 14. Book here.

L'Entrecote (Duxton Hill)

Duxton
$ $ $ $
3.5
'rating'

6. Cé La Vi

Celebrate love with an intimate four-course dinner at Cé La Vi. The menu entices the palate first with the Japanese Hamachi and the hearty shiitake mushroom velouté jazzed up with sea urchin custard. Choose from a selection of mains; meat lovers will enjoy the Kagoshima Wagyu striploin cooked to buttery perfection or the free-range chicken roasted over binchotan for a succulent finish. If you prefer seafood, the poached Maine lobster is just as delectable.
 
Save room for dessert and indulge in ‘Love You to the Moon’. This decadent treat features light coffee sponge, hazelnut caramel feuilletine, caramel cremeux and espresso mousse, which adds notes of rich caramel and coffee. Available on February 14. Book here.

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7. 665°F

Sink your teeth into a scrumptious four-course dinner while overlooking the Singapore skyline at 665°F. Begin the meal with a glass of Billecart-Salmon Rosé champagne before tucking into the likes of Hokkaido scallop tartare and pan-roasted foie gras. For mains, take your pick between the crispy New Zealand blue cod or the juicy Margaret River 36-hour braised short ribs. Don’t forget to save space for its warm dark chocolate cake accompanied by soured cream chantilly. Available for dinner on February 13 and 14. Book here.

665°F, 5 Fraser Street, +65 6408 1255 

8. Fat Belly Social Steakhouse

This Valentine’s Day, let executive chef Victor Loy take care of you with his newly curated Conscious Coupling menu, thoughtfully designed for two. This lavish six-course menu begins with freshly shucked oysters, and rich cauliflower and cheese souffle. The star of the show, however, is the balsamic glazed short ribs. This dish features 100 days grain-fed Australian short ribs that's been slow-braised and charcoal-grilled for a beautiful finish. It is accompanied by burnt allium puree and crispy cordyceps.
 
The meal ends on a sweet note with the classic Eton Mess. Inspired by Pierre Herme’s dessert, Ispahan, it consists of a beautiful medley of rose and raspberry marbled chantilly cream topped with meringue kisses, fresh raspberry and lychee. Available for dinner from February 12 to 14. Book here.

Fat Belly Social Steakhouse,  21A Boon Tat Street, +65 6227 2247 

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9. Skirt

Embark on a gastronomic journey with Skirt’s specially curated three-course dinner. Delight in delectable bites of ‘root beer float’ foie gras terrine, showcasing gingerbread sponge cake layered with maple balsamic gastrique, vanilla foam and root beer pearls; buttery wood-fired bone marrow with pear compote and grilled sourdough chives; and tender black iron fillet with aromatic confit garlic puree. The evening ends on a sweet note with velvety Ovaltine kulfi (ice cream). Available on February 13 and 14. Book here.

Skirt

Harbourfront and Sentosa
$ $ $ $
4
'rating'

10. Gordon Grill

Spend a romantic evening at Gordon Grill and feast on its five-course menu. The set features delightful plates including pan fried foie gras, wild mushroom velouté and scallop tartare. A standout is its grilled Wagyu tenderloin, accompanied with carrot served four ways—grilled, glazed, puréed and in vinaigrette. Not a fan of Wagyu? opt for its slow cooked salmon trout instead. Available for lunch and dinner from February 12 to 14. Book here.

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11. The Kitchen Table

Celebrate the season of love with The Kitchen Table’s luxurious five-course dinner. Whet the appetite with a refreshing glass of Moët & Chandon Impérial Brut champagne before revelling in black caviar with charcoal waffles. Then, be enthralled by dishes such as Tsarskaya oyster with mignonette sauce, and slow-braised beef ribs accompanied with truffle mashed potatoes. Of course, a romantic dinner is not complete without dessert. Look forward to the light yet creamy raspberry bavarois, complete with hazelnut sable Breton and coconut ice cream. Available on February 13 and 14. Book here.

The Kitchen Table | 21 Ocean Way, Sentosa, S(098374) | 6808 7268

12. Fat Prince

Chef de cuisine Simon Bell has pulled out all the stops with his six-course menu. The meal begins with freshly shucked oysters dressed with prosecco foam, and seared scallops served with Jerusalem artichoke and herbs. For mains, indulge in its Wagyu rostbiff, wonderfully char-grilled and served with parsnip puree.
 
Save room for dessert and savour its chocolate berry brownie. Inspired by the hazelnut dark FrischSchhoggi from Läderach, this sweet treat consists of a rich hazelnut and berry-studded brownie topped with spiced dark chocolate ice cream and hazelnut meringue shards. Available for dinner on February 14. Book here.

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13. Pete’s Place

Transport yourself to Italy with the restaurant’s five-course dinner of Italian classics. What better way to start the meal than with the delectable Sicilian pizza generously topped with Pecorino cheese and the 18-month parma ham paired with fresh melon slices? These whet the appetite for the mains to come, and these include the sea bass acqua pazza (Italian poached fish) sauteed with olives, capers and tomatoes, as well as the meltingly tender Florentine-style steak. Available for on February 14. Book here.

14. Tablescape Restaurant & Bar

Celebrating this romantic occasion at home is easy with Tablescape’s charming five-course menu. Dig into the likes of rich pan-seared foie gras served with duck rillette; tenderly grilled Spanish octopus; and toothsome halibut, marinated overnight in a medley of dill, parsley and garlic. Meat lovers have the option to swap out the halibut for the braised beef cheek, so they can delight in the succulent beef cheek seared and braised for four hours and served with creamy Gold Yukon potato puree. Available for self-collection and delivery from February 11 to 15. Two days advance order is required. Order here.

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15. The Gyu Bar

Fancy a Japanese meal for Valentine’s Day? Opt for The Gyu Bar’s Wagyu uni chirashi bento which showcases buttery Kagoshima A5 chuck ribs artfully arranged in the shape of a heart. The bento is also topped with luscious Hokkaido uni, ikura, tamagoyaki, and diced takuan (daikon radish), providing myriad of flavours and textures within each bite. Available for dine-in and delivery for lunch and dinner from February 4 to 14. Book here.

The Gyu Bar, 01-08 30 Stevens Road, +65 6732 0702

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