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Valentine's Day in Singapore is celebrated much like in other countries around the world. Couples exchange cards and gifts, and often go out to dinner or a movie. Many Singaporeans also take part in romantic activities such as visiting the Singapore Flyer, taking a stroll along the Singapore River, or attending a romantic dinner cruise. A popular activity is to go on a romantic getaway to nearby resort islands such as Sentosa. At night, couples can enjoy a romantic dinner at one of the many romantic restaurants in Singapore. 

Read on to see what are our top 10 picks on restaurants to go for dinner on Valentine's Day. 

Author’s note: This is not a sponsored post, and Getha was most definitely not invited for a free meal at these places! :) 

1. Spago by Wolfgang Puck

The first international outpost of Chef Wolfgang Puck's Beverly Hills restaurant is renowned for its outstanding hospitality and elegance. Located in Singapore, the restaurant offers incredible views and a wide range of dishes from all over the world, crafted by Executive Chef Greg Bess. Described as a 'garden in the sky', the venue is decorated with a vibrant colour palette and lush greenery. Notable menu items include Kaya Toast with seared foie gras, Big Eye Tuna Tartare Cones, Honey Miso Black Cod, Japanese Sea Bream “Laksa”, Seasonal Agnolotti, and USDA Prime New York Sirloin.


Marina Bay Sands Singapore
10 Bayfront Avenue
 L57, Sands SkyPark, Hotel, Tower 2, Singapore 018956
Phone: +65 6688 9955 (8am to 10pm)

2. Flutes

Flutes, a regular on the Singapore dining scene, has maintained its prominence even after relocating from Fort Canning to its esteemed spot at the National Museum. The atmosphere gives Flutes a dignified atmosphere, while the kitchen blends modern flair with the traditional Anglo-European culinary knowledge.

The colonial setting of Flutes provides a unique experience with modern European dishes and an array of award-winning wines from both the old and new worlds.

93 Stamford Road, #01-02
National Museum of Singapore
Singapore 178897
Tel: +65 6338 8770
Fax: +65 6338 8780

3. NOX – Dine in the Dark

Enhance your tastebuds and senses while your savour your food, in the dark!  The basic concept is that the removal of vision enhances the other senses and increases gastronomic pleasure.

Bring your partner to this unique dining experience, enjoy a quiet and uninterrupted dinner and be involved in intimate conversations without the distractions of mobile devices – a rare opportunity created by our exclusively unique concept.

At the end of your dinner, you will be led down to the lit up lounge area, where you will receive a form to fill up with your guesses of what you think you have eaten in the dark dining room. Thereafter, you will be presented with pictures and descriptions, to compare your  impressions and find out how many of your guesses were correct!  You will also have time to enjoy coffee/ tea or post-dinner cocktails in our bar to end off your night.

83 Club Street, Singapore 069451
Tel. +65 6298 0708

4. Burnt Ends

Who said you have to celebrate Valentine's Day as a couple? Gather your group of best mates for a modern Australian barbecue and boutique wines in a fun, relaxed atmosphere. Burnt Ends has held its One-Michelin star title since first awarded in 2018. The restaurant is currently ranked #94 on the 2022 San Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurants List and #41 on the 2022 San Pellegrino Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants List.

At Burnt Ends, you can watch talented young Australian chef Dave Pynt cook up delicious dishes such as smoked quails eggs, short rib steaks, Norwegian king crab smothered in garlic butter, and Japanese sea bream with fennel salad Simply choose the weight of the fresh fish or meat cut that you would like and the chefs will cook it to perfection in front of you on three elevated grills.Don't forget to leave room for their signature ice cream sandwich for dessert.

7 Dempsey Road, #01-04, Singapore 249671 

5. Dinner by Yours Truly

It's no secret that a special dinner out on Valentine's Day is something we look forward to. However, busy restaurants and expensive prix fixe menus can often make the experience more overwhelming than enjoyable.

Nothing says love quite like a home-cooked meal. A Valentine's Day spent at home gives you the perfect excuse to spoil your loved one with their favourite dishes, in the comfort of your home.  Want to make the most of a romantic evening at home? Prepare a three-course meal with some simple starters and a special Valentine's Day dessert! 

Enjoy yourself and Happy Valentine’s Day!