Recommended lists for Date Night

Recommended lists of Best Food & Restaurants for Date Night in Singapore, 2018
Burpple Guides, Date Night Best Places for Dates Under $70 in Singapore Planning a special meal doesn't always have to hurt your wallet or be in a fancy restaurant. We've compiled a guide to places where you can have fun with good food and "date vibes" — specifically catered to a budget of $70 and under per couple. Whether it's digging into a huge paella while sipping wine in Robertson Quay or sharing stellar Western fare in Kembangan, bring your sweetheart (and appetite) for a date that is set to impress! *Note that dishes may vary on Valentine's Day
Burpple Guides, French, Date Night, Fine Dining 12 Best Places for French in Singapore The French love their food and certainly know how to indulge. Lucky for us, we've got our fair share of quality restaurants and cafés in Singapore dishing up superb French fare ranging from a homey creperie to the most lavish fine dining venues.
Burpple Guides, Date Night, Fine Dining 15 Places to Impress Your Date Trying to impress your date for the very first time, or simply romancing your special someone with a good meal? Here's a list of 15 romantic spots with incredible value for money, brought to you by The Good Life®!
Popular, Date Night, Japanese 5 Best Omakase Places in Singapore When you say omakase, or “it’s up to you”, in a Japanese restaurant, you are entrusting the entire dining experience to the chef. In return, the chef will present his finest ingredients and culinary creativity for your dining pleasure. Check out Amanda's picks of the top 5 mouth-watering omakase restaurants - add these to your lists!
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Bought a voucher for Ash & Elm’s semi-buffet lunch ($30.40++ appetizer & dessert with a choice of main course), but as they were having a full buffet that day, we were allowed to go for the full buffet instead, by paying $10++ to upgrade one of our coupons without the main course to a full buffet. It’s as confusing as it sounds - and the staff didn’t really explain it that well to us, so we were rather puzzled for quite a while.

Notwithstanding their confusing explanation of what we could get, the buffet was decently worth our money and the quality of the food was quite reasonable, considering it’s cheaper than the typical buffet. My favourite dish hands down is their freshly made flatbread (cheese, onions, ham) that comes straight from a pizza oven. The gooeyness of the cheese with the hot tomato purée and the sweet crunch of onions was amazing 🙌🏻

I also enjoyed their dessert section. They have a good variety of ice creams, with original flavours like cinnamon gelato and white chocolate gelato, and familiar ones like dark chocolate gelato, and lemon & lime sorbet. I liked the consistency of the ice cream, because it was on the lighter side and not so creamy, which is great after eating a lot before that. In particular, I loved the pairing of the dark chocolate gelato and this dark chocolate tart (pictured). It was really rich and the tart base was perfectly snappy, but somehow the gelato made it taste not as cloying! I didn’t enjoy the rest of their cakes though.

Apart from this, I didn’t find the appetisers or mains particularly interesting. They tasted quite average, which was a pity. The steak from the self-cutting station was tender, but slightly cold. However, I did like the fact that there was a glass room with 3 different cheese, of which I enjoyed the Brie the most, and some charcuterie.

Overall, it was an alright experience. They have quite nice deco and there are a fair bit of tourists, since Ash & Elm is located on the first floor in Intercontinental Bugis, which is the hotel next to Bugis Junction. Not that sure I would be back, but it was a decent try.

Moorish(Moroccan) chicken skewers were utterly badass. Exotic spices along with crunchy and tender chicken pieces made this a stunner. Didn't really like the sourness in the mint sour cream though. The skewers weren't oily so the sourness was redundant

I loved their chicken liver pate with Meiji crackers. The pate wasn’t as fatty as foie gras, but was still very creamy. There wasn’t a very strong stench and it tasted quite pleasantly light with the biscuits. The portion was also surprisingly big, considering this was only $5!

Bistro du Le Pin occupies a small space on level 2 of Orchard Plaza, which is near Centrepoint, at Somerset mrt and has affordable lunch sets (bara chirashi and omelette rice) for about $15. The chef is Japanese, so you can be assured it’ll be a great experience. Also found out that they offer omakases at night!

Tried Bistro du Le Pin’s barachirashi don lunch set (only $14!!), which includes free flow green tea (they use proper tea powder) and this prawn miso soup, which has a prawn head inside and tastes almost a bit like local prawn noodle soup- very rich and shrimpy. Although their barachirashi was quite generous, it was sadly quite average for me (would have preferred the sashimi to be a bit colder). However, there were quite unique bits of sashimi inside, like the uni-covered squid (looks like orange looking noodles), baby shrimp, and some type of clam? They also used freshly grated wasabi. Overall, it’s not bad, but not sure if I’d come back to have this, given better options elsewhere.

P.s. it’s a really small space (about 13 people?), so maybe just come as a pair haha. They are located at #02-25 Orchard Plaza, which is near Centrepoint at Somerset mrt.

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A must get dish, no questions asked. Prawns were bouncy but the highlight got the be the slightly spicy but full of seafood umami broth that renders the 3 pieces of bread severely lacking in soaking up all the delicious juices

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Didn't really like it as the soup was thin and lacked savouriness, it was just sour and alcoholic

Perhaps a saving grace is the pieces of bread this dish came with which can be used to soak up the delicious broth from Gambas Al ajillo

Sounds like a great combination but while the coca bread is delightfully crispy, the flavour wasn't nearly enough from the manchego and chorizo

The cream added to the broth boosts the rich texture of the cod while the yuzu gives its buttery taste a lift.
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Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2018/10/lewin-terrace-fort-canning-hill-offers.html
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Lewin Terrace
21 Lewin Terrace
Singapore 179290
Tel: +65 63339905
Nearest MRT: City Hall (EW Line, NS Line)

Opening Hours:
Tue-Sun: 12pm - 3pm, 630pm - 1100pm
(Closed on Mon)

$38.00++ (adults), $20.00++ (kids aged 3 to 12)
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Featuring the desserts from @twgteaofficial
▪️Chocolate Tea Pudding
▪️Baked Cheese Tart
▪️Tea Macron Pie
▪️Fruit Mountain Tea Apple Butter
▪️Earl Grey Tea Jelly
▪️Fruit Mountain Tea Pound Cake
▪️Chocolate Tea Financier
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You can also opt for a 3-course lunch menu ($58.00++) that comes with an appetizer and main, or 4-course lunch menu ($88.00++) with two mains of fish and meat options.
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Location: @lewinterrace 21 Lewin Terrace, Fort Canning Park.
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Thick slices of sashimi, personally didn't like the tuna, but the rest were great! Might want to share a bowl with a friend.

If you are a cheese lover, this is your definite order. I love the combinations of all the cheese in one perfectly toasted pizza dough. The dough was so perfect that I had 2 slices of this! Omg, so much of carbs loading tonight!

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