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With valentine’s day around the corner, it’s evident that having a nice outing with your loved ones is mandatory.

Experiencing something new in the city of Singapore on this love-filled date is essential, and checking out any of the places that are enlisted below can undoubtedly give you the best time possible. Enjoy from the very best of Latin American treats or take a dive into the finest of Persian cuisine, the range is extensive.

 

Cuba Libre Café & Bar – Frasers Tower

Feeling extravagant and wish to try out Cuban delicacies and exquisite drinks? Then Cuba Libre at Fraser's Tower is the place to be with its amazing bistro like ambience and a wide assortment of dishes and drinks inspired from Latin American style of cooking, it’s a great place at Tanjong Pagar area which isn’t far from the office area and offers great value for money. Check out the full menu here

Cuba Libre, Café & Bar - Frasers Tower, Home of Latin American cuisine

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A. 182 Cecil Street #01-06/07 069547

T. +65 6954 4232

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Cuba Libre Café & Bar – Clarke Quay

Cuba Libra

Finding a place that offers music, dancing bundled with a romantic getaway in the buzzing nightlife region of Singapore might be a tough find. But look no more as Cuba Libre in Clarke Quay brings you the best of Latin American cuisine with a Cuban themed ambience coupled with a romantic night out with salsa dancing and reggaeton with resident Columbian band (Adreanlina) and DJ Boi to define the essence of celebrating valentine’s day with your special one along with amazing Cuban delicacies and drinks. Discover more here

Cuba Libre, Café & Bar - Clarke Quay, Home of Latin American music & parties in Singapore since 2006

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A. 3B River Valley Rd, Clarke Quay Blk B, #01-13, 179021

T. 65 8817 5413

 

Shabestan, Finest Persian Restaurant - Robertson Quay

Shabestan

For those that are looking forward to having a luxury fine dining experience bundled with the best of what the cuisine of Persia has to offer? Shabestan is the place to explore. Enjoy some of the exquisite dishes such as Kufte Parsi, Kask-e-Bademjan, Chen Jen Kebab and much more, coupled with an exceptional dining experience to elevate romance and intimacy this valentine’s day, it is located at the quiet side of Singapore in the Robertson Quay. View Shabestan's to view the Valentine menu here

 

Shabestan, Finest Persian Restaurant

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A. 80 Mohamed Sultan Road, #01-13 Robertson Quay 239013

T. +65 6836 1270

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Deutschlander, Modern German Gastrohaus – Clarke Quay

Located at Clark Quay, Deutschlander, is the one-stop-shop for enjoying the best of German cuisine and refreshing beers and live music at sunset. Enjoy the very best grilled fish skewers to pan-seared salmon bundled with the best of German beers and a to elevate the all-round experience of valentine’s day. View Deutschlander's Valentine menu here

Deutschlander

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A. 3B River Valley Rd, Singapore, Singapore, #01-12

T. +65 6338 0480

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Richard
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6 February 2020
With valentine’s day around the corner, it’s evident that having a nice outing with your loved ones is mandatory.
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1 February 2020
"Speaking of under-rated restaurants, I wonder why more people are not beating down the doors of Shabestan, a Persian restaurant in Robertson Quay. The two times I was there, once at lunch and another at dinner, the restaurant had tables to spare. It did not inspire confidence, but I had excellent meals both times. A good way to start is with the Appetiser Platter ($35), a selection of five dips served with Iranian flatbread. All of them are delicious, but two stand out: Muhamara ($14 on its own), made with ground-up walnuts, pomegranate molasses, breadcrumbs, roasted bell peppers and spices; and Homemade Cheese ($14 on its own), a tangy, creamy concoction that I keep going back to with pieces of warm flatbread." — Tan Hsueh Yun, The Strait Times
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