This Valentine’s Day, delight your better half with an array of dining specials at Marina Bay Sands’ signature and celebrity chef restaurants. Impress your date at MBS Valentine Day 2020 with an intimate dinner at CUT by Wolfgang Puck or db Bistro & Oyster Bar, take romance to new heights with sky-high dining experiences at Club55, Spago Dining Room and LAVO Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar. Or enjoy special sweet treats at Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer and KOMA Singapore, and party the Friday night away at Adrift and MARQUEE.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day in style at Adrift’s signature Hearts & Wines Party. A party for singletons and couples alike, the night begins with a five-course dinner (S$118++ per pax), featuring starters such as oyster with apple and lemon thyme, as well as mackerel with nori and miso. Other highlights include the tuna with smoked tomato, caviar and shiso, quail with aubergine, char siu and morning glory, as well as a sharing portion of striploin with potato, bone marrow and mother sauce. Elevate the dinner with course-by-course beverage pairing (S$78++) to enjoy special cocktails and fine wines.
Throughout the night, revellers can order a handcrafted cocktail in the colour that matches their relationship status – red for folks who are attached, amber for those in a ‘complicated’ relationship, and green for the singletons. From 9.30pm till late, you can also make merry amidst live music.
For reservations, visit www.marinabaysands.com/restaurants/adrift.html or call +65 6688 1555.
This February, AVENUE Lounge will be offering four desirable cocktails created in the spirit of romance for Valentine’s Day. You can toast to love with Cherish You, a gin cocktail mixed with aperol, grenadine, grapefruit and lemon juice with freshly muddled strawberries; or It’s Complicated, a tequila cocktail with Don Julio Reposado, aperol, lemon and pineapple juice, shaken with egg white and garnished with grated chocolate.
For some tongue-in-cheek fun, you can also have a One Night Stand, a whiskey-based cocktail mixed with pineapple and lemon juice, passionfruit syrup and muddled maraschino cherries; or Liar, made with Barsol Pisco, spiced pear liqueur, lemon juice, simple syrup and peach bitters. The four cocktails will be available throughout the month of February at S$22 nett each.
For reservations, call +65 6688 8680 or visit www.marinabaysands.com/nightlife/avenue-singapore.html
This Valentine’s Day, add a sprinkle of sweet romance with Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer’s Red Velvet Cake Shake (S$22++). Delight in a towering glass of red velvet cake batter shake, complete with a vanilla frosted rim and red and white sprinkles, and crowned with a slice of red velvet cake, whipped cream and chocolate drizzle. The Red Velvet Cake Shake is available from 14 to 16 February.
For enquiries, please email [email protected] or call +65 6688 9957.
On 13 and 14 February, indulge in a romantic five-course dinner (S$155++ per pax) at Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay. Whet your appetite with a hearty bowl of mushroom consommé with pickled enoki mushroom and tarragon oil, before savouring a trio of starters featuring fried kelly oysters with fennel dill salad and yuzu dressing, brie stuffed portobello mushrooms with walnut pesto and berry compote, as well as foie gras duck terrine in port wine glaze.
For mains, you can choose from three signature dishes, which include Gordon Ramsay’s famed beef filet wellington with prosciutto, asparagus spears, seasonal greens and red wine jus, as well as the ruby snapper with lobster dumpling, doused in cacciuco sauce. Chocolate lovers will delight in 7 shades of chocolate – a platter of seven different interpretations of chocolate, accompanied with raspberry coulis and brandy crème anglaise.
Elevate your dinner with beverage pairing (an additional $45++) for a truly memorable experience. Enjoy the starters with a glass of bubbly NV Champagne Pierre Peters, Cuvée de Réserve Blanc de Blancs Brut, Grand Cru, France, before a glass of medium red 2008 St Emilion, Château Simard, Bordeaux, France to complement the signature mains. End the romantic evening with Pink Panther, a gin-based cocktail featuring Hendricks Gin, strawberry-cucumber syrup, hibiscus, lemon, sparkling wine and rose marshmallow.
For reservations, visit www.marinabaysands.com/restaurants/bread-street-kitchen.html or call +65 6688 5665.
Elevate your Valentine’s Day experience with a five-course Asia-inspired menu (S$129++ per pax) at Club55. All love birds will be greeted with a His or Hers cocktail, before savouring delicacies such as Hokkaido scallop ceviche, accompanied with crustacean jelly, sea urchin and Dukkha spice, as well as foie gras, served with hazelnut, vanilla apple and Szechuan pepper
For mains, taste the rainbow trout, served on a bed of creamy cauliflower nage and topped with briny caviar and ginger flower, followed by the juicy wagyu beef cheeks with black truffle potato, watercress, morel mushroom jus and a sprinkle of Himalayan salt. You can also enjoy rose, a delicate dessert comprising Japanese strawberry jelly, lime cheese mousse and Breton biscuit, alongside a selection of mignardises.
For reservations, please visit www.marinabaysands.com/restaurants/club55.html or call +65 6688 8858.
Mark your calendar with a date night at one-Michelin starred CUT by Wolfgang Puck, as the restaurant presents a luxurious five-course menu (S$250++ per pax) on Valentine’s Day. Begin the meal with appetisers such as kaluga caviar eggs benedict vol au vent, mini kobe sliders, and foie “toast”, cherry jam and pistachio. Then, tantalise your taste buds with CUT’s signature starters such as the bone marrow flan with mushroom marmalade and Perigord black truffles.
For mains, you and your special half can take their pick from a selection of premium steak options, which include the 21-days aged Illinois U.S.D.A. prime beef, or the prized Hokkaido snow beef from Tomakomai, Japan (supplement S$100++). Enjoy the prime cuts with sides such as soft polenta with parmesan, fried pee wee potatoes and roasted brussels sprouts, before ending the evening on a sweet note with a towering Valrhona chocolate soufflé, served with crème fraiche cream and gianduja ice cream.
For reservations, visit www.marinabaysands.com/restaurants/cut.html or call +65 6688 8517.
Trust the French to ignite passion and romance. This Valentine’s Day, treat your loved one to a tantalising four-course dinner at db Bistro & Oyster Bar (S$120++ per pax; additional S$75++ for course-by-course wine pairing). Commence the evening with a luxurious starter of briny oscietra caviar, served with smoked Scottish salmon, cucumber, dill cream and freshly-baked pain de mie. This dish is perfectly paired with a glass of Ruinart Blanc de Blancs Brut. Champagne, France, MV. For the second course, opt for the flavourful lobster consommé, coated on delicate prawn and black truffle ravioli. Complement the dish with a glass of Chablis, Domaine Louis Moreau, Burgundy, France, 2016, boasting fruity notes and bright acidity.
For mains, indulge in the roasted Brittany turbot with creamy oyster chowder and moreish smoked bacon bits, or select the classic steak diane, featuring a tender filet mignon with wild mushrooms and potato mille feuille. Pair it with a glass of Bourgogne Cuvée Saint-Vincent, Vincent Girardin, Burgundy, France, 2016 – the full-bodied wine boasts fruity notes with hints of walnut. End your date night on a sweet note with the beautiful raspberry rose pavlova with vanilla chantilly and nectarous lychee sorbet, paired with Château Coutet, Sauternes-Barsac, France, 2007.
For reservations, visit www.marinabaysands.com/restaurants/db-bistro-and-oyster-bar.html or call +65 6688 8525
You and your special half can enjoy a romantic dinner at KOMA Japanese restaurant & sushi bar this Valentine’s and indulge in a special Valentine’s Day dessert, raspberry rose (S$18++). Packed with rich and sweet flavours, the dessert features a rose-red sphere made of white chocolate mousse and raspberry and rose jam, placed on top of a rice almond biscuit. The raspberry rose is exclusively available on 14 February. On this day, KOMA will also be presenting every female diner with a complimentary rose.
For reservations, visit www.marinabaysands.com/restaurants/koma-singapore.html or call +65 6688 8690.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day at LAVO Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar with an Italian American feast and breathtaking city views atop the iconic Sands SkyPark. LAVO’s Valentine’s Day four-course dinner menu features an heirloom carrot salad, poached salmon tortellini in a brown butter sauce, and a surf & turf for two which includes a New York strip steak and lobster oregenata with asparagus and a creamy choron sauce. To end the date on a sweet note, the menu will offer the vanilla raspberry rose, made with raspberry chiboust, Madagascar vanilla, and almond biscuit. LAVO’s Valentine’s Day menu is priced at S$138++ per person and will be available for dinner from 14 to 16 February.
On Sunday, 16 February, LAVO will set the mood for love as it hosts a Valentine’s Day edition of its weekly Sunday Champagne Brunch. In addition to the regular brunch buffet spread, you can look forward to a fresh fruit bar and a strawberry pink chocolate fountain, along with an exquisite selection of Valentine’s Day-themed desserts from LAVO’s Executive Pastry Chef Jonathan Allaert. The spread will also include LAVO’s brunch favourites such as live stations serving up fresh sliced prosciutto, meatball pizzas and a whole roasted 20kg pig. LAVO’s Sunday Champagne Brunch – Valentine’s Day Edition is priced at S$168++ per person
For reservations, call +65 6688 8591 or visit www.marinabaysands.com/restaurants/lavo.html.
Party-goers can make a date with MARQUEE on 14 February as the nightclub is throwing out the rulebook on Valentine’s Day traditions and is instead hosting a celebratory bash for all – whether you are attached or otherwise. The nightclub will host Love Hurts – an anti-Valentine’s Day-themed edition of its resident DJ night Soundclash – and will have roving entertainment that includes a bunny mascot offering free hugs and kisses to party-goers. Folks who take a selfie with the mascot and tag @MarqueeSingapore on Instagram will receive a free “Cupid shot”. Limited tickets will be made available for purchase online on Wednesday, 22 January from 12 pm, priced at $20 (excluding booking fee). For more information, call +65 6688 8660 or email [email protected].
For updates on online ticket sales, visit www.marqueesingapore.com or follow Marquee on Facebook and Instagram.
Come 14 February, treat your partner to a romantic candlelight dinner at international buffet restaurant RISE (S$118++ per pax). Begin the sumptuous feast with a complimentary Champagne toast, paired with plump, fresh Fine de Claire oysters and other decadent seafood offerings. Other highlights include pan-seared foie gras, a roasted wagyu carving station, as well as the rich chocolate molten cake with berry compote. Couples can also elevate the dining experience with a bottle of Piper NV ($138++’per pax; inclusive of dinner).
For reservations, please visit www.marinabaysands.com/restaurants/rise.html or call +65 6688 5525.
On 14 February, celebrate Valentine’s Day with an exclusive three-course intimate dining experience (S$205++ per pax) at Spago Dining Room. Perched 57 stories above ground with mesmerising views of Marina Bay, Spago will be presenting a menu of its well-loved crowd favourites, such as the black truffle taqliatelle, topped with fresh black truffle shavings and parmigiano reggiano, and the creamy risotto with spanner crab, topped with tomato confit, savoury bottarga and chives.
Swoon your date with a selection of mains including the honey miso broiled black cod – the premium catch is glazed with honey miso and served with chilled egg noodles, orange chilli dressing, black sesame vinagrette and coriander for a unique Asian touch. Meat lovers can also supplement S$35++ to enjoy the tender Snake River Farms American wagyu New York sirloin steak, served with potato-fontina gratin, miso-mushroom puree and red wine truffle reduction. Draw a close to the romantic evening with a choice of fluffy salted caramel souffle, served with a refreshing farmer’s market fuji apple sorbet, or the raspberry chocolate millefuille, a multi-layered treat featuring chocolate cremeux, raspberry jam, and chocolate shortbread with a scoop of raspberry lychee sorbet.
All diners will also be treated to a complimentary glass of champagne. For reservations, visit www.marinabaysands.com/restaurants/spago-bar-and-lounge.html or call +65 6688 9955.
Celebrate the season of romance at classic American restaurant Yardbird Southern Table & Bar, as the restaurant unveils a five-course Valentine’s Day menu (S$140++). Excite your palate with a starter of fresh pacific oysters with soya, mirin, pickled cucumber and smoked trout roe, before a bowl of velvety butternut squash soup accompanied with multi-grain toast. Then, savour the decadent pan-seared foie gras, topped with caramelised miso & peanut butter crush and bourbon grapes.
Lovebirds can opt for a choice of mains and take their pick from the luscious grilled lobster served with salted cod brandade, béarnaise and shellfish consommé, or the juicy Sanchoku striploin, accompanied with roasted spring vegetables, pickled beets, red wine infused onions, grits and natural jus. The peanut butter & jelly lava cake draws a perfect finale to the one-night-only dinner – chocolate and peanut butter lava is encased in a thin layer of chocolate cake, and served with a fruity house-made vanilla and raspberry swirl ice cream. You can opt to keep the glasses flowing with selected wine bottles retailing at S$60++ each.
For reservations, visit https://www.marinabaysands.com/restaurants/yardbird-southern-table-and-bar.html or call 6688 9959.
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