Whether you’re celebrating a birthday, an anniversary, or going all out to impress your date, here’s where to go for set dinners by top fine dining restaurants in Singapore – perfect for a special occasion!
La Dame de Pic
The fine dining cuisine at La Dame de Pic at Raffles Singapore showcases a clever medley of flavours, cooking techniques and the use of natural herbs and elements from local and regional markets. These are exquisite dishes that reveal influences from the Asian region while staying true to the essence of Valence, France, Chef Anne-Sophie Pic’s birthplace. This is one splurge-worthy spot to celebrate all occasions, from anniversaries to birthdays.
Dinner starts from $248 per person, and you can opt for a wine and sake ($158) or non-alcoholic pairing ($68). We definitely recommend indulging in the Berlingots, signature pasta parcels found in all of Chef Anne-Sophie Pic’s restaurants around the world, adapted to reflect the character of each establishment. La Dame de Pic’s version incorporates an Asian flair using herb of grace, which enhances the French cheese fondue filling. Don’t miss the festive menus, too. Dinner is served on Christmas Eve, followed by lunch and dinner the next day. On New Year’s Eve, enjoy a special dinner with highlights like scallop from Normandy and Melanosporum black truffle.
Decked out in solid walnut floors with a gorgeous mahogany bar shining under the chandeliers, the famous Wolfgang’s Steakhouse boasts a warm and welcoming setting for any celebration. Available for lunch and dinner, the Italian tasting menu ($280) expertly pairs juicy cuts of USDA Prime Black Angus beef with the finest Italian wines.
The fine dining feast begins with fresh Fine De Claire oysters, paired with Is Argiolas Vermentino 2018 from Sardinia, followed by the main: three cuts of Wolfgang’s famous USDA Prime steak paired with three different Italian wines. For dessert, Wolfgang’s Steakhouse have paired their New York style Cheesecake with Villa M Bianco NV from Piedmont.
Stellar at 1-Altitude
Fancy fine dining with an amazing view? From Monday to Saturday, 6pm to 9pm, tuck into a five-course dinner ($150) at the alfresco rooftop dining area of Stellar, which boasts some of the best cityscape views in Singapore. Presented by Chef Christopher Millar and Chef Isaac Henry, the set dinner features premium and seasonal ingredients like sustainable sea bass, Iberico pork pluma, and Sanchoku Australian wagyu (top up $20).
Dessert fans will not be let down, either. You’ll be treated to Stellar’s impressive dessert art, elegantly plated at your table by the pastry chefs. Favourites include the restaurant’s rendition of pavlova, a refreshing palate-cleanser of passionfruit, strawberries, basil, vanilla and lemon verbena.
Michelin-starred Restaurant Jag is the perfect setup for date nights and intimate celebrations. The kitchen is helmed by Chef Jeremy, and focuses on French fine dining built around the season’s produce and the diner’s dietary preferences. Fresh, seasonal vegetables are the highlight, and are infused with wild-foraged herbs of Savoie, France. Hence, no two meals are the same here. Think of it as a surprise!
For dinner, an eight-course omakase discovery degustation menu ($223 per person) is available. You can also opt for a wine pairing ($198) for your meal.
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