Looking for somewhere special to celebrate Chinese New Year and Valentine’s Day? Marina Bay Sands’ celebrity chef restaurants will be laying on well-deserved feasts to ring in the Year of the Monkey on 8 February 2016 and impress your date on Valentine’s Day. We’ve also snuck out specially created menus at Marina Bay Sands’ swish buffet-style restaurant and dessert parlour. These popular hot-spots tend to fill up quickly though, so book soon!
Plus, sign up for complimentary Sands Rewards LifeStyle membership at any membership counter and start earning 3% in rewards at over 175 outlets and up to 3X* Rewards and 30% off* when you dine at Marina Bay Sands! There’s also 20% off for Sands Rewards members and 15% off for Citi Cardmembers on Lunar New Year Selections at artisanal bakery SWEETSPOT.
Be different this year and indulge in Chef David Myers’ Asia-inspired festive menus featuring produce from California. His six-course Chinese New Year menu priced at $88++ includes Yusheng, Baked Abalone, and Duck Confit Eggroll with Kumquat dip.
Turn on the romance on Valentine’s Day with the four-course sharing menu for two at $188++, featuring a fresh Seafood Platter and end with the Strawberry Vanilla Cream Cake with Jasmine Ice Cream.
Wow your date over with this swoon-worthy Valentine’s Day set menu at $310++ for two with an accompanying cocktail each. The menu includes Gordon Ramsay’s famed Beef Wellington, Roasted Veal Carpaccio and Monkey Shoulder Cranachan Cheesecake with Raspberry Sorbet.
Try the Beef Wellington ahead of V-day on 7 and 8 February from $80++.
This Lunar New Year, make your reunion dinner an occasion to remember by adding db Bistro & Oyster Bar’s Signature Seafood Platter, Boston Lobster & Black Pepper Mee, and Roasted Stuffed Suckling Pig to your meal.
Impress your date on Valentine’s Day with an indulgent set menu at $168++ per person featuring specials of Oscientra Caviar, Tuna Tartare, and Daniel Boulud’s Duo of Wagyu Beef.
Enjoy an Italian meal with a twist this Chinese New Year with Osteria Mozza’s Yu Sheng. Tuck into fresh slices of hamachi, salmon and scallops served with shredded vegetables and citrus fruits, tossed together with fragrant sesame vinaigrette, at this Italian Riviera-style restaurant. The five-course dinner is priced at $168++ and includes Burrata with sterling caviar, red onion, egg and chive, and Black Truffle Tortellini in brood and Porchetta with plum, mustard, cipollini and aged balsamic. Available from 8 to 11 February 2016.
Take it from the Italians when it comes to love. On Valentine’s Day, treat your better half to a four-course sharing menu of oysters, Osteria’s famous handmade pastas, perfectly roasted Dutch Veal Chop, and more.
For a view, luxury and Modern Asian cuisine all rolled into one, look no further than Chef Justin Quek’s JQ Gastronomic Dinner for Lunar New Year. Enjoy a 5-course set lunch menu for $128++ featuring dishes such as Hokkaido Scallop and French Quail steamed in papillote with Chinese herbs. For a lavish reunion dinner, book a table for the gastronomic 6-course set menu for $198++ and indulge in wok-fried Maine Lobster. Available from 25 January to 22 February 2016.
On Valentine’s Day, treat your date to a romantic night out with an exquisite meal, cocktails on the outdoor terrace at Flight, and soak in the mesmerising view of the Singapore skyline.
Have a big group and trying to please everyone’s palate? RISE Restaurant is your answer. Be greeted with a generous spread of international cuisine with festive dishes including Yu Sheng for the Lunar New Year.
On Valentine’s Day, enjoy the night with a plethora of seafood and an endless spread of desserts.
Complement your buffet with a bottle of Piper-Heidsieck Rose champagne for only $65++ (U.P. $128). Valid from 11 January to 15 February 2016 only.
Make your Lunar New Year more memorable with SweetSpot’s signature goodies. Impress your clients with the Signature Hamper Box, or take home the new Tropical cake – pandan coconut sponge, mandarin jelly, and white chocolate mousse – for the perfect dessert centrepiece!
This feature originally appeared in Expat Living Singapore.