Hi, anyone know of any restaurants thats have good ambience and is suitable for a romantic dinner?
Care to share the name of the restaurants, their signature dishes and a rough estimation of the cost to dine there?
The Cliff at Beaufort is very romantic. Fantastic ambience, service and food. They serve mainly fish and seafood here, and also have a good selection of oysters (done in many different ways). But all these come at a price, with main courses ranging from $30-$50 and starters at about $20 region.
just went to foster:an english rose cafe at holland v, must call and request for nice cosy table with couches....went on a sunday and there is this guy singing acoustics on his guitar!! so cosy and romantic!!! not pricey also, 2 main courses and an appetizer came up to about $60
Equinox (formerly known as Compass Rose). I love their steak that's served with foie gras. Approx $50 for a main. ..the view's priceless of course. Alternatively, try L'Aigle d'Or @83 Duxton Road. Excellent French restaurant. but bewarned, the menu doesn't come with prices... we spent $400 for 2.
I second Beetlebug. Pastra Fresca at East Coast Park is pretty romantic. Alternatives are Brauhaus, Margarita's (Mexican: 108 Faber Dr), Michelangelo's (Holland V).... Chk out http://food.asia1.com.sg/restguide/ for more ideas. Good luck!!
Tip: call up in advance, make a reservation and tell them that it's for a special occasion... if they're customer friendly, they may do something extra nice like fresh flowers on the table, long candle or even a dessert on the house.
I think Blu Restaurant is fantastic, with a candlelight dinner, live jazz band and quite a nice view. On the top floor of Shangrila Hotel. A little pricey but it will be money well spent. Your date will love it.
Another place will be the outdoor dining near the Rasa Sentosa beach. Not sure if they are still around. Haven't visit the place in 3 years but they had barbeque seafood there where they bbq and serve you right away. It's a very romantic setting. Dim and near the beach with lotsa sea breeze.
i know of this restaurant at bishan park called acacia. dun have their number tho. its within yr budget. they have a big free carpark just behind the restaurant. can choose indoor or al fresco. western food. nice desserts. great service.
hi, u can try the Cosy Bay near Kallang Waterfront. Very nice view and very cheap food! You can climb up the mini tower to its 3rd or 4th(top) floor and dine there! I just celebrated my wife bd there last week.
I tried a "Champagne and Chocolate appreciation" and its one of the most wonderful experience I had. It is a wine and chocolate tasting session and this combination is amazingly wonderful! The after taste of a well-matched chocolate and bubbly is refreshingly pleasant!
This is an event you can enjoy quality wine/food and time with your hubby. Location is a wine cellar near Raffles Place MRT. It's pretty interesting and romantic, you can check it out at wow-her.com/events.htm
Scroll all the way down n you will see an event for couples. Your huubby will love you for this!
You can try "secret garden". It is a very romantic place to have candle light dinner. My bf brought me there during our first anniversary. The resturant owner is very friendly and he even coordinated with my bf to give me a surprise. The food is very nice too but quite expensive. The best thing there is that they have a group of 3 musicians who will sing to you table by table. And that time they sang a really sweet song. Great place for wedding proposal or anniversary celebration
Rochester Park is lovely - a few restaurants there eg. Graze, One Rochester, Da Paolo. Graze is my favourite.
Also, along Chip Bee Gardens in Holland Village is really nice at night - Da Paolo and Michalangelo both serve good Italian food and Original Sin is a great vegetarian restaurant. Outdoor table preferable I think (weather permitting).
Flutes is also excellent. As is Broth on Duxton Hill, Oso on Tanjong Pagar and Senso on Club Street. Would recommend Singapore's Best Restaurants 2008 book which you can get in Borders or other bookstores. It's really handy.