5 Quiet Restaurants in Singapore for A Nice Private Dinner

Reserve a place with the perfect atmosphere for your next meal
Asian Flavours • Bonding Kitchen Kam’s Roast Nozomi
Authentic Italian • Ristorante Da Valentino
East Meets West • The Masses

As the week gets overwhelming, all you want on the weekend is time to enjoy a good meal in an intimate setting. With Oddle Eats, you can reserve a table at these 5 quiet restaurants for a relaxing evening!

1. Bonding Kitchen

Bonding Kitchen is helmed by chef-owner Danny Chew, who has over 24 years of culinary experience. The joint’s modern Peranakan fare includes staples like Kueh Pie Tee, made with julienned turnips braised in prawn stock, pork belly, and chilli cuka (vinegar chilli). Their seafood star, the Udang Sambal Petai, serves up stir-fried prawns and petai beans, while their Wagyu Beef Rendang is another delicacy, stewed with coconut milk and over 15 herbs and spices.

Enjoy your delicious meal here amidst their soothing blue and white décor.

Where: Orchard Gateway, 277 Orchard Road, 02-18, Singapore, 238858

2. Kam’s Roast

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Kam’s Roast Singapore hails from the one Michelin-starred Kam’s Roast Goose in Hong Kong. The roast meats at their Singapore outpost are equally succulent, with famous selections like Kam’s Roast Duck (available half or whole), Iberico Char Siew, Crispy Roast Pork, and more. Enjoy them with rice or noodles, as well as a variety of marinated dishes at their cosy, well-lit space in Jewel Changi.

Where: 78 Airport Boulevard, #02 – 210, Singapore, 819666 (Jewel)

3. Nozomi


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Nozomi, which stands for ‘hope’ in Japanese, has 3 relaxing, quiet restaurants island-wide. Truffle lovers, rejoice: they have a selection of premium items with black truffle like Wagyu Beef and Hotate Roll with Uni, Black Truffle and Caviar. Their extensive Summer Specials menu also offers mouth-watering favourites like Anago Tempura Chasoba, which pairs classic, crispy tempura with cold chasoba noodles for a refreshing meal. For something more unique, try the Avocado Unagi Tempura to enjoy unagi in a light, crunchy tempura batter.

Where: 583 Orchard Road, Forum The Shopping Mall, #01-41, Singapore, 238884, or 9 Raffles Boulevard, Millenia Walk, #02-06, Singapore, 039596, or 1 Vista Exchange Green, The Star Vista, #02-20, Singapore, 138617

4. Ristorante Da Valentino

Tucked away at The Grandstand, Ristorante Da Valentino‘s chandeliers and spacious setting make for an intimate, beautiful dining spot. To start, slurp up juicy and fresh Sakoshi Bay Japanese Oysters, then pick from numerous pasta selections like their signature Spaghetti Con Gamberi Panna Pomodoro, cooked in their famous ‘pink sauce’ and tiger prawns. Other mains include delicious pizzas like their Pizza Porcini e Pancetta, featuring sautéed porcini mushrooms and fatty bacon.

Where: 200 Turf Club Road, The Grandstand (South Car-park) #01-19, Singapore, 287994

5. The Masses

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Franco-Asian restaurant The Masses is your go-to for quality dining. Their menu changes every 4 months to harness the freshest of the season, so you’ll always find new dishes to fall in love with. Right now, give their C&C&C&C Pasta a try. This innovative dish serves up a cold mix of crabmeat, chorizo crumble, caviar and confit lemon atop pasta. For the best of East and West, order yourself a Duck Confit, which sees a beautiful union between slow-cooked duck and ‘wok hey’ rice noodles, along with a homemade cured egg yolk. End your meal on a sweet note with the Chocolate Mousse, comprising Valrhona Guanaja 70% dark chocolate and pistachio ice cream.

Where: 85 Beach Road, #01-02, Singapore, 189694

With Oddle Eats, you’ll be able to discover quiet restaurants, intimate dining spots, and more. Come and explore other top restaurants in Singapore!