Cosy, intimate, romantic and exclusive; these restaurants promise a special evening in the company of great food and the one you love
3 February 2014 10:37 AM | Updated 10 Feb 2014
By Ken Wong
Image 1 of 14 | Image credits: The Halia
THE HALIA | Mark the occasion in style with an exquisite dinner at this uptown (situated at the Raffles Hotel) restaurant. A Valentine’s menu specially designed for sharing takes the couple through a series of decadent choices that include roast butternut squash soup served with crab and paprika; lobster gratin topped with spring onion, basil and lemongrass; and a 12-hour braised beef short rib. Interested parties can also take part in a 'cocktail courtship', where the gentleman gets to prepare a cocktail or mocktail for his lady — under supervision of professional bartenders, of course. Available for dinner on 14 February only. Price: $292.50 per couple, additional $70.20 for the cocktail courtship.
Image 2 of 14 | Image credits: One-Ninety, Wood Fired Steaks and Seafood
ONE-NINETY, WOOD FIRED STEAKS AND SEAFOOD | Senior sous chef Nicholas Owen has crafted a five-course dinner menu that couples will love. But first: a specially created welcome cocktail from the newly renovated One-Ninety Bar by Javier de las Muelas. The menu complements the restaurant's modern yet distinctive decor: look out for dishes such as pan-seared duck liver with rutabaga, liquorice pear and winter truffles, as well as delicious squid ink ravioli that comes with Brittany lobster, vanilla emulsion and courgettes. And did we say you can choose either the Tajima wagyu sirloin or grilled Mediterranean sea bass to further enhance your dining pleasure? Available for dinner on 14 February only. Price: $184.90 per person
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