Roadhouse a great for a nice night out that won't burn a hole in your pocket. The 3-course Valentine's Day special is pretty cool at only $68 per couple. Alternatively, go for the classics that can't go wrong like the bacon marinated burger or the mushroom wagyu burger. Get some truffle fries to share too. The ambiance is lovely, dim and intimate yet vibrant and casual at the same time. Dress up or dress down as you like, it's just about good food and good company here.
A hidden gem with a loyal following, Cacio e Pepe serves good quality Italian food minus the pretense. Enjoy a lovely meal with your date in this cosy neighborhood joint, without having to venture into the crowds. Start with the portobellos, and try either the tagliatelle with scallop in truffle cream sauce, or the squid ink risotto. While pasta may not seem deserving of a $20+ price tag, these are very good, and are more worth it than the pizzas here. Finish off with the oozing chocolate lava cake, and leave this gem with a smile on your face.
Eamirada's an institution that's been around for about 20 years, and is perfect for convenient, awesome meal in town. In a nicely dim, romantic setting, you'll enjoy their escargots, skewered meats, and one if the best paellas around. The tiramisu is a hit favorite, don't leave without trying it.
Known to be one of the most romantic settings a restaurant could have, this refurbished old chapel is just the perfect place for a date. Opt for the 4-course Valentine's Day menu at $128, you're going to enjoy a lovely night with their overall excellent food and service.
Start with the beautifully cooked sous vide octopus salad, and tuck into either the pork belly or the duck confit puff for decadent mains. Jean Teo describes Spathe as having '... such a great vibe and ambiance for friends catchup and romantic dinners.'
If you enjoy simple dates where you can just kick back and relax with your favorite person over a heart meal, Kombi Rocks is a great choice. Enjoy a sunset date with a Root Beer Float and share a Kombi-nation platter. Sounds good!
This humble little coffeeshop in Tiong Bahru has only ever sold mee pok, kopi and toast for the past 70 years. By night, this neighborhood favorite transforms into a brand new yakitori and steamboat bar, Bincho. Go for either the $50 or $80 yakitori omakase menus, and enjoy a cocktail or two. If a unique setting and experience is what you're looking for, this might just be it.
This gorgeous shophouse gives you the option of sitting at the counter to watch the wonders of an open kitchen, or the beautifully lit basement communal table. Order a bottle of wine, and start with the mind-blowing Sea Urchin & Squid Ink pudding. As Burppler Jibs puts it perfectly, 'I can only tell you to try for yourself to know what it means to be lost for words at a dish like this.' Be adventurous and go for the Beef Tripe, it is unbelievably tasty and crispy on the edges. Finish off with the light-as-air doughnuts, and you're in for a great night.
Really good food and an intimate ambiance makes for a perfect date night. Cicheti (Chi-keh-tee), located along Kandahar St, serves perfect woo-fired pizzas and hearty pastas. Have the Bruschetta to start, then move in the Bismarck, a crispy pizza topped with a gorgeous runny egg, the pappardelle ragu, and the delectable ciopino. The ambiance just right, not too stiff and not too casual, with excellent service.
Explore the wonders of Argentinian small plates, and treat yourselves to a feast. The vibe at Bochinche is energetic yet cosy and intimate, making for a great place to enjoy good food and talk for hours. Don't miss the Provoleta with Almonds and Honey, and the Braised Pig Head Croquettes.
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