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nice romantic dinner

Post by rpammi » Sat, 18 Jun 2005 8:26 pm

anyone knows any nice romantic place to have dinner at ??? like sum place facing the sea,, or sumtin else...

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Post by dot dot dot » Sun, 19 Jun 2005 12:06 pm

The Cliff at The Sentosa Spa and Resort, formerly the Beaufort resort. overlooking the south chinese sea, excellent dining, but quite pricy.

La Vela at Keppel club will also fulfil your sea view dining expectations, but for whatever reason the place is swarmed by mosquitos and flying ants, which will crawl around and in your food, at least that was my experience. But very good food and nice setting.

Another nice experience is to dine on the water, with the Cheng Ho ship ( www.watertours.com.sg ), which is Asian buffet dinner served, while cruising the marina and around a few islands at 6.45pm every night.

Halia at Botanic gardens won't let you face the sea, but it is fantastic food in a romantic ambience and in the midst of the gardens, squirrels provide you with their musical sounds :wink:

Patara Thai restaurant in Raffles City is very good and nice ambience, nice views of downtown.

Indochine at Emperess place, facing boat quay is high quality and can be romantic too, if not too crowded.

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Post by rpammi » Sun, 19 Jun 2005 9:09 pm

thks a zillion!

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Post by Matney » Sun, 19 Jun 2005 10:18 pm

Gosh, some people might get the idea, Eric, that you may eat at home much!! I can't add to this list, but anxious to try a few of your suggestions. 8)

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Post by guest 1234 » Sun, 19 Jun 2005 10:22 pm

Don't like the old fashion way? cook up a couple of nice juicy steaks, light up the candle at home........

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Post by dot dot dot » Sun, 19 Jun 2005 10:40 pm

Matney wrote:Gosh, some people might get the idea, Eric, that you may eat at home much!! I can't add to this list, but anxious to try a few of your suggestions. 8)
hehehe.... :lol:

I just came back home from another boring business trip and tonite I felt like cooking at home: mexican huachinango a la naranja.

Red (river) bass, cooked in an orange sauce in the oven. Completed with a nice salad and then enjoyed with a good glass of cabernet sauvignon.

After that enjoyed the view on our balcony with some espresso and a glass of calvados. So far haven't found a restaurant here which can beat this experience 8)

So Matney, you see: sometimes still at home :mrgreen:

Eric

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Post by rpammi » Mon, 20 Jun 2005 3:20 pm

the cliff seems to be nice,,but how to get there,,,so irritating, no cable cars.. no walking across the causeway ..now

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Post by dot dot dot » Mon, 20 Jun 2005 3:25 pm

The cliff is definitely a very good place for a romantic dinner. I forgot about the traffic nuisance. Not sure, but is it still possible to get there by bus or taxi? I would give them a call if I were you (reservations advised anyway) and ask them for advice?

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Post by rpammi » Tue, 21 Jun 2005 4:08 pm

r u really from netherlands,,lol... u give me lots of info,, thks

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Post by dot dot dot » Tue, 21 Jun 2005 4:15 pm

you're most welcome, my pleasure.

I do originate from The netherlands, but I guess I am starting to become a dutchie in Singapore, who likes to exhange info on an internetforum :lol:

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Post by juliecat » Thu, 30 Jun 2005 4:36 pm

Wow Eric..you are a real foodie! What do you do?

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Post by dot dot dot » Thu, 30 Jun 2005 4:56 pm

Eat, drink and sleep basically Juliecat :wink:

I am in marketing consultancy, so lots of bla bla in between and during dinners with clients and suppliers 8)

Eric

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