Dinner for two - Xmas Eve

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Dinner for two - Xmas Eve

Post by Synchronocity » Tue, 12 Dec 2006 6:16 pm

Looking for a nice / quiet / romantic restaurant...for Xmas Eve. Ive asked a few of the popular ones and they are all doing 6 course dinners at 180-200 dollars per person. I know thats the norm usually, but I am sure there are other good restaurants who dont believe in these set dinners and are sticking to their menus. Can anyone help, recommend and im sure there'd be others here who would like to know as well..

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Post by Bernie75 » Tue, 12 Dec 2006 7:10 pm

Hi there,

For a romantic ambience, check out Flutes (near Registry of Marriages) or Oso (Tanjong Pagar), I have no idea what they offer on Xmas eve though but its GREAT food and wine and LOVELY atmosphere

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Post by Synchronocity » Tue, 12 Dec 2006 7:33 pm

Well, thank you. any other ideas?

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Post by EPL » Wed, 13 Dec 2006 6:53 pm

dinner by the bay? hmm.. I find Pierside Kitchen & Bar at One Fullerton is quite "romantic" :wink:

their Christmas eve dinner menu
http://www.marmaladegroup.com/promotion ... group.html

or a la cart http://www.piersidekitchen.com/html/restaurant.html

after dinner? (dessert/wine/etc ?)
http://www.saintjulien.com.sg/

isnt it reservation almost full by now?
anyway good luck to whatever plans you have in mind !
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Post by Stephie » Wed, 20 Dec 2006 12:50 pm

How about this new place in Clarke Quay?

Its called the Pump Room and its located in the Foundry, the decor and ambience are great for a romantic dinner and they have a rather affordable christmas eve menu.

http://www.pumproomasia.com/ThePumpRoom ... Events.htm

Its something a little different too, Australian cuuisine and I've tried the food before... absolutely delicious!!!

I think its worth a visit for christmas dinner and i think there's a live band that comes on after 1030 too

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Somewhere less commercialised, no crowds

Post by hayng » Fri, 22 Dec 2006 11:46 am

Ever been to the Expo near Changi Airport, surrounded by golf courses? They have Flavours East - a range of 13 restaurants at Expo. Rocky Master outside hall 3 has great stuff but self service. The Indian (hall 4) and Thai (hall 6) restaurants at are great too. There's a new one called Baba King (hall 30) - Straits Nonya food, from grandma's special recipes or something. You can end the night at Jazz Pub hall 4.

Caution - don't go when there's mega exhibitions and events there. The whole of Singapore is there. Unless you wanna grab the fantastic deals discounts never seen in town.
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