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7 CBD Dining Spots For A Romantic Dinner On Valentine’s Day

Finding the right spot for the most romantic Valentine’s Day dinner can be quite the challenge. But did you know you can find some of the best spots in the CBD?

With Valentine’s Day approaching, you’re probably looking high and low for the perfect dinner spot for you and your significant other to enjoy a hearty meal and celebrate your love for each other.

What if we told you that some of the best places can be found right in the CBD? Look no further as we share 7 promising CBD dining spots for the most romantic Valentine’s dinner yet!

Saint Pierre

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Coupled with the spectacular view of the Marina Bay Skyline along with Chef-Owner Emmanuel Stroobant’s extravagant cooking, Saint Pierre is one to watch. The grand entrance and elegant interior from the carpets to the upholstery can easily make anyone feel like a million bucks.

This 2-Michelin Star restaurant is home to some of the best modern French dishes anywhere in Singapore that have a hint of Asian influence in them.

Known for his passion for Asian-infused French cooking, lovebirds can look forward to the likes of Herb-crusted artichokes (S$38) topped with Indian turmeric foam and a seared wagyu with turmeric and choron (S$78).

Saint Pierre, 1 Fullerton Road, #02-02B, One Fullerton. Dine-in is available.

Regular Opening Hours

Tuesday: 6:30pm – 10:30pm

Wednesday – Saturday: 11:30am – 3:00pm, 6:30pm – 10:30pm

Closed on Monday and Sunday


The Tea Room @ Amara Hotel

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This open-concept café is known for its quintessential high tea sets and savoury bites that are great for a leisurely afternoon. But beyond that, The Tea Room @ Amara Hotel can also offer quite the feast for a romantic dinner as well.

Guests can indulge in local favourites like the Bak Kut Teh (S$16) with fragrant white rice or the Penang Fried Kway Teow (S$16), as well as Western dishes such as the Wagyu Beef Burger with truffle fries (S$25) or the Gnocchi Mac and Cheese (S$16).

To end off the night on a sweet note, guests can delight in a generous slice of American cheesecake (S$14) before calling it a night.

The Tea Room @ Amara Hotel, 165 Tanjong Pagar Road, Amara Hotel Singapore. Dine-in and delivery are available.

Regular Opening Hours

12:00pm – 10:00pm daily



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If you’re looking for something a little more relaxed, Lerouy is a casual dining restaurant with just counter seats to make you and your partner feel more at ease than you would at a fine-dining spot.

Helmed by Head Chef Christophe Lerouy, this restaurant is the place to be for affordable and authentic French cuisine that will give you the biggest bang for your buck.

The menu can be hard to understand, but what we can recommend is the Croquetas de Bacaloa with Aioli (S$18) and the Monk Fish Cheek (S$22).

But if you want to push the envelope even further and dive into a whole different culinary experience, Chef Lerouy also prepares Surprise Menus for his guests upon request. Simply express your interest to any of their friendly staff and they’ll get you sorted right away!

Leruoy, 104 Amoy Street. Dine-in and delivery are available.

Regular Opening Hours

Tuesday – Saturday: 12:00pm – 2:00pm, 6:30pm – 10:00pm


Stellar at 1-Altitude

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Make this Valentine’s Day one to remember at one of the most romantic restaurants overlooking Marina Bay at 62 storeys high.

For a limited time only, Stellar is offering Lucky Valentine’s Weekend menus curated by Chefs Christopher Millar and Isaac Henry for you and your loved one this hearts day.

The Aphrodisiac Platter (S$278++) comes with an extensive selection of seafood including everything from oysters, poached tiger prawns, Alaskan crab, and Boston lobster, while the Auspicious Beef Combo (S$400++) comes with one kilogram worth of wood-fired Sanchoku Wagyu Rib, Pomme Sarladaise, Pickled Carrots, and Charred Kale.

Each of these platters come with a lovely bottle of Perrier Jouet Grand Brut champagne, so don’t miss this opportunity!

Stellar at 1-Altitude, Level 62, 1 Raffles Place. Dine-in and delivery are available.

Regular Opening Hours

Monday – Friday: 12:00pm – 2:00pm, 6:30pm – 9:30pm

Saturday – Sunday: 6:00pm – 9:30pm



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Adding on to the list of rooftop bars for your romantic Valentine’s day dinner is Italian Restaurant Monti. With an open-air rooftop terrace and the extraordinary views of the city skyline, this is sure to make your partner swoon and fall in love with you even more.

Curated by culinary legend Felix Chong, the five-course Valentine’s Day dinner menu (S$230/pax) this year features a promising line-up of dishes that will tantalise your taste buds. From Sicilian artichoke, Wagyu tri-tip, all the way to the Boston lobster tail, it’s going to be a grand Italian feast for sure.

Apart from being the ideal destination for authentic Italian cuisine, the restaurant’s bold interiors also offer a timeless elegance that you cannot find anywhere else.

Monti, 82 Collyer Quay, The Fullerton Pavilion. Dine-in and delivery are available.

Regular Opening Hours

11:00am – 10:30pm daily



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The Michelin Guide describes this European restaurant as “an evolving dining concept that changes every couple of years”, which is evident in their ever-changing menu as well.

Head Chef Fernando Arevalo truly puts the ‘art’ in culinary arts by showcasing ‘different chapters’, which resembles the different menus he has conceptualised.

If money’s not an issue and you’re willing to splurge a little bit more for finesse and elegance, the eight-course dinner menu (S$238++) is a great option. Treat yourselves to decadent pieces of Nantucket scallop, Iberico pork shoulder, and an aged confit duck. We don’t want to give away too many spoilers, so we’ll leave it to you to find out the rest.

Preludio, 182 Cecil Street, Frasers Tower #03-01/02. Dine-in and delivery are available.

Regular Opening Hours

Monday – Saturday: 11:30am – 2:30pm, 6:30pm – 10:30pm



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Want to give French cuisine a try without delving too far away from local flavours? Then you need to visit Racines.

Headed by award-winning Executive Chef Jean-Charles Duboid, the restaurant’s menu offers a range of classic French dishes as well as traditional Chinese favourites, which will take you on a culinary journey to the streets of France and ancient China all at once.

In honour of the sweetest holiday on earth, they have prepared a 5-course Valentine’s dinner menu (S$259.90/2 pax) that includes two glasses of bubbly Taitingger Brut Reserve and a simple stalk rose.

Crab croquettes and a refreshing artichoke soup will start off the show, followed by the Wagyu Beef Striploin and Pan-seared Turbot. And of course, a sweet strawberry rhubarb pastry for dessert.

Racines, 9 Wallich Street, 5th Floor Sofitel Singapore City Centre.

Regular Opening Hours

Monday – Saturday: 6:00am – 10:30am, 12:00pm – 3:00pm, 6:00pm – 10:30pm

Sunday: 6:00am – 10:30am, 12:30pm – 3:30pm, 6:00pm – 10:30pm


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