Don’t miss the (love) boat: Here are the Valentine’s Day dinners and desserts to order now

Delectable Valentine’s Day dinners and desserts
Romantic dinners with flowers: • 1-At-HomeSaveur
Set menus without flowers: • Pan Pacific SingaporeThe Boiler
Desserts: • Baker V Whips CupcakesRive Gauche

Every February, lovers fret over how to make a Valentine’s Day dinner special. This year’s V-Day falls on the third day of the Lunar New Year and yep, you know what that means: A romantic dinner likely surrounded by groups of eight celebrating the huat season.

So, instead of heading out into the crowds, carve your own private space by having a quiet Valentine’s Day meal at home. With islandwide delivery available and many cuisines at your fingertips, it might well be the most fuss-free Valentine’s Day dinner ever. Spend more time chatting than navigating parking woes and fretting over whether your shoes match your outfit. We went through the gourmet bouquets to pluck out the best set menus and desserts that will satisfy every taste bud.

1. 1-At Home: For the globetrotter

UNA Valentine's Day Bundle

Monti Valentine's Day Bundle

Botanico Valentine's Day Bundle

Valentine's Day bouquet by Hands On Floral

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Get this. There are not one, not two, but four Valentine’s Day set meals to choose from 1-At Home. Combining the 1-Group dining experiences under one roof, there is Una’s Basque cuisine ($198), Monti’s European plates ($198), The Summerhouse rustic farm-to-table bundle ($150) and Botanico’s bistro fare ($128). Even if you eenie meenie mani mo, any #1athome meal won’t go wrong. And for just $135 more, they’ll include a gorgeous red-and-pink bouquet by Hands on Floral.

2. Pan Pacific Singapore: For the surf and turf lover

Pan Pacific Singapore's Indulgent Valentine's Day dinner includes: Raisin and Cranberry Milk Loaf with Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Aged Balsamic, House-made Citrus-cured Tasmanian Salmon with Truffle-scented Green Tea Soba Noodle and Baby Cress; Broiled Boston Lobster and Grilled Beef Tenderloin with Broccolini and Rosemary Ratte Potato, paired with Chardonnay Beurre Blanca and Raspberry Lychee Rose Gateaux, presented on a wooden late
The Indulgent Valentine’s Day Set Menu ($158.40) by Pan Pacific Singapore.

Romance your partner with Pan Pacific Singapore’s exquisite Valentine’s Day Set Menu ($158.40). Start off with a house-made, citrus-cured Tasmanian salmon with truffle-scented green tea soba noodle. Then, tuck into a broiled Boston lobster and grilled beef tenderloin before ending off with a Raspberry Lychee Rose Gateaux. You can also add a Ruffino Prosecco or Taittinger Brut Reserve champagne.

3. Saveur: For steak and pasta fiends

Signature Saveur pasta of capellini tossed in truffle oil

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Make carbs and proteins the order of the day with Saveur’s Valentine’s Day set menu. The very reasonably priced Valentines at Home bundle ($99) includes two ribeye steaks, one pasta, two soft drinks and a flower box from The Bloom Box. Order by 7 Feb for delivery from 10 to 21 Feb.

4. The Boiler: For the seafood seeker

The Boiler restaurant's Valentine's Day dinner includes specialty seafood such as prawns, mussels, clams, smoked sausages, pearl sweet corns and buns
It’s seafood galore with The Boiler’s Valentine’s Day Set ($158)

If the beaches of Bali and Phuket were your usual Valentine’s Day getaways, relive those moments with The Boiler. Their Valentine’s Day Set ($158) is a seafood heaven of prawns, mussels, clams, as well as smoked sausages, Miyagi jumbo fried oysters and crispy cajun chicken bites. A tiramisu ends the meal on a sweet note and a sparkling sake completes the celebration with a buzz.

5. Baker V: For the Valentine with a sweet tooth

Complete your Valentine's Day dinner with a box of 6 assorted cupcakes with two petite bouquets of 3 roses and A6 happy birthday card from Baker V on a wooden table
Delight your sweet Valentine with a box of six cupcakes and a bouquet of 3 roses from Baker V.

If all your Valentine needs is cupcakes, congratulations—it is an easily fulfilled order. Baker V has cute boxes of six cupcakes that come with a small bouquet of three roses. Just make your own card or cover the accompanying A6-sized one with pretty washi tape to add a personalised love note to the gift. You can also add this to your Valentine’s Day dinner order

6. Whips Cupcakes: For the cute cupcake in your life

Love Bugs Cupcakes

XOXO Cupcakes

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Teddy bears and fluffy bugs not only make for cute stuffed toy gifts, but also cupcake toppers too. Whips Cupcakes has a range of Valentine’s Day Specials from love bugs and chocolate bear cupcakes to strawberry chocolate rose bouquets. Best of all, they are at a super affordable $10 each.

7. Rive Gauche: For the crush who loves a Valentine’s Day cake

A fluffy red sponge cake layered with raspberries and cream cheese with a dash of lemon zest and "I Love You" banner from Rive Gauche, and two champagne flutes, one red rose, baby's breath and heart-shaped meringues. Perfect desserts for your Valentine's Day dinner
Ask her to be your Valentine with this gorgeous red velvet sponge cake ($40) from Rive Gauche.

Been trying to confess to a crush? Rive Gauche’s gorgeous and prosperously coloured My Valentine ($40) cake will help you get the message across. The fluffy red velvet sponge is layered with raspberries and cream cheese, and a sprinkling of lemon zest. Stick an “I Love You” topper (get it here) and the gift is complete. Simple and pretty FTW.