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Best Valentine’s Day Dining Promotions in Singapore 2024

There’s no better time to wine and dine your sweetheart than on Valentine’s Day. Here’s a list of the best Valentine’s Day dining promotions that’ll bring back some old-fashioned romance, no matter your budget.

Key Highlights:

  • Expect to spend at least S$300 for a table at Singapore’s most luxurious, romantic restaurants.
  • Opt for more affordable restaurants, with set menus starting from S$99.90 per couple, if forgoing the panoramic city skyline views and fine dining's visual splendour aren’t dealbreakers.
  • A high Valentine’s Day dinner price point doesn't always correlate with high Google star reviews.

After setting aside time to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your loved one, the last thing you’d want is to argue – at the table – over where or what to eat. Thankfully, eateries and restaurants step up yearly to offer special set menu promotions that help take the stress off deciding between wagyu tartare and squid ink linguine paired with seared scallops, sakura ebi, and shellfish-infused oil for couples. To get you started planning for the perfect, romantic celebration, here’s the list of the best V-Day dining promotions in Singapore.

While Pricey, These Romantic Restaurants Make For An Unforgettable Date (>S$100+/Person)

RestaurantSet MenuMenu OfferingsPriceWhenGoogle Reviews (Stars)
Artemis GrillValentine's Weekend At Artemic4-course dinner menu, filled with decadent offerings such as the Scallop Crudo, Beef & Tomato Consommé and Duck Liver Terrine, with the additional option of Irish oysters and caviar.S$128++ per person13 & 14 February 2021, from 5pm4.5
FLUTESDining With My One And Only5-course meal, where you indulge in Shark Bay Blue Swimmer Crab Salad and Avocado, Spencer Gulf Prawn Pumpkin and Curry, Panko Ben Pethick’s Abrolhos Islands Dhufish Green Pea and Lovage Emulsion and more.$228++ per couple (lunch); $288 per couple (dinner, first seating); $358++ per couple (dinner, second seating)14 February 2021, multiple seatings4.5
BraciValentine's Day WeekendMichelin-starred experience; indulge in a gastronomic 7 course degustation dinner with fresh, peak-of-the-season ingredients in its open-kitchen dining room.$208++ per person12 – 14 February 2021, from 6pm4.4
Royal Albatross Sunset CruiseCity Lights SailSail around Singers on a 47-metre, 22-sail luxury Tall Ship while enjoying a welcome drink, six-course dinner, free flow champagne and mocktails, as well as stunning views of the sunset.S$700 nett per couple13 & 14 February 2021, 8:30pm4.3 (Cruise)
VUEValentine's Day MenuTuck into a tantalising 4-course meal filled with Special Geay Oysters, Japanese Rock Lobster & Surf Clam and Blue Fin tuna tartare, pan-seared Hokkaido scallop, foie gras, and more.13 February 2021, nett inner: $488++ per couple for first seating; $588++ per couple for second seating; 14 February 2021, lunch and dinner: $588++ per couple for lunch & first dinner seating; $788++ per couple for second dinner seating.13 & 14 February 20214.8
Singapore FlyerValentine's Day Sky DiningEnjoy a romantic night under the stars as you tuck into a 4-course dinner with Beet-Cured Salmon, Lobster in Papaya Cream, Beef Rossini, and more.S$450 per couple13 & 14 February 20214.6 (Attraction)
Prices obtained from restaurants listed above, accurate as of 3 Feb, 2021. Subject to changes.

If you’ve been looking for an opportunity to splurge, Valentine's Day is it. While undoubtedly expensive, these luxurious, romantic restaurants boast panoramic views of the city skyline, opulent interiors, and, of course, exquisite dishes like Irish oysters and caviar. No matter if you’re trying to win over your crush, impress your lover, or even propose, this is bound to help your case.

Sick and tired of the typical sit-down restaurant setting? Check out the Source: Royal Albatross on board the superyacht Royal Albatross. Sail around Singers on a 47 m, 22-sail luxury Tall Ship while enjoying a welcome drink, six-course dinner, free-flow champagne and mocktails, as well as stunning views of the sunset. Also, consider the Source: Singapore Flyer, which entitles you to 2 rotations on the Singapore Flyer as you tuck into a scrumptious 4-course dinner.

Indulge In Romance With These Affordable Eateries Without Breaking The Bank (<S$60/Person)

RestaurantSet MenuMenu OfferingsPriceWhenGoogle Reviews (Stars)
Sabio By The SeaSan Valentin Lovers' Sharing MenuEnjoy a selection of 7 items, including Jamon Serrano (50 g), Chorizo Al Vino, Beef Meatballs, Grilled Tuna Steak, and others.S$99.90 nett per couple14 February 2021, 3.30 pm onwards4
Cuba Libre Cafe & Bar, Frasers TowerValentine's Day DinnerAn indulgent 4-course dinner with Seafood Bisque, Salmon Tartar, and Red Tuna (Vegetarian options are available too)S$45++ per person12 & 14 February 20214.1
FriedaValentine's Day Set LunchBrings a touch of German to your celebrations with this 3-course lunch menu, including Smoked Salmon, Beef Short Ribs, and Semolina Pudding S$48++ per person13 & 14 February, 20214.5
Broadway American DinerValentine's Day SpecialTuck into a 5-item sharing menu, which includes Broiled Salmon Burger and Chilli Beef Nachos, amongst othersS$68++ per couple13 & 14 February, 20214.4
Bee's Knees'Picnic Buzz-KetsHave a 3-course dinner in the tranquil surroundings of the restaurant situated within Singapore Botanic Gardens.S$100 nett per couple14 February, 2021, from 5 pm4
Prices obtained from restaurants listed above, accurate as of 3 Feb, 2021. Subject to changes.

If you don’t have deep pockets, don’t worry. There is no lack of affordable V-Day set menus, all under S$60/person, so you’ll still enjoy a wonderful meal with your loved one – without breaking the bank. Take, for instance, the Valentine’s Day Special from the American Diner Broadway, where you and your loved one get to indulge in a Source: American Diner Broadway at S$68++/couple. Tickle your tastebuds with dishes like Broiled Salmon Burger and Chilli Beef Nachos, amongst others. Also up for consideration: a 3-course meal from Source: Bella Pizza (S$100++ per couple), which includes their famed smoked salmon & caviar pizza.

Have Maximum Control Over Your Budget By Having A Quiet Valentine’s Day At Home

Restaurant/EaterySet MenuMenu OfferingsPriceWhenGoogle Reviews (Stars)
The Boiler Seafood Bar & BeerValentine's Day SetA seafood heaven of prawns, mussels, clams, as well as smoked sausages, Miyagi jumbo fried oysters and crispy cajun chicken bites.S$158 nett13 to 15 February, 20214.8
SaveurValentine's At HomeIncludes two ribeye steaks, one pasta, two soft drinks and a flower box from The Bloom Box.S$99 nettOrder by 7 Feb for delivery from 10 to 21 Feb.4
UNAValentine's Day BundleIncludes appetizers like Grilled Tiger Prawn and mains like Wagyu Carrillera De TerneraWagyu Beef Cheek and Bacalao A La Plancha (1 portion).S$198 nett12 to 14 February, 20214.3
The SummerhouseValentine's Day BundleLook forward to mains like Pan-seared Snapper, Artichoke Barigoule, and Grass-Fed Angus Hanging Tender and Truffle Mashed PotatoS$150 nett12 to 14 February, 20214.1
BotanicoValentine's Day BundleIncludes a mouthwatering meat platter of 5spice Duck Breast, Slow Cooked Kurobuta Pork Belly, and Wagyu Rump CapS$128 nett12 to 14 February, 20214.3
Prices obtained from restaurants listed above, accurate as of 3 Feb 2021. Subject to changes.

In case you haven't realized: this year's Valentine's Day falls on the third day of the Lunar New Year. That means you're likely 'celebrating your love' amid groups of eight enthusiastically shouting auspicious phrases to usher in the Year of The Ox. Instead of heading out into the crowds (and worrying about reservations), enjoy a quiet and intimate V-Day meal right from home. You’ll be spoilt for choice with the set menu options available on various food ordering platforms like Oddle, Grab Food, and FoodPanda.

Enjoying an intimate meal at home offers you more time to bond with your loved one as you don’t have to travel and, of course, keeps you safe from possible Covid-19 infection. Better yet, if you wish, you could create your own ‘set menu’ to have maximum control over your budget (e.g. order sides from a restaurant, and mains from another).

Remember That Valentine’s Day Is A Celebration Of Love

Ultimately, the value of a Valentine’s Day meal isn’t correlated with its price-tag – what matters is the bonding experience it offers. No matter which set menu you eventually settle on, make an effort to electronically disconnect during the meal and make your partner feel extra special. As always, don’t forget to put your expenses on a rewards credit card, so you start the Lunar New Year off with some extra savings (especially crucial if your financial luck in 2021 isn’t the most auspicious)!