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Don’t know where to start? We’ve collated all of our top recommendations from 11 of our favourite Western restaurants for all your fuss-free #StayHome date needs.
1. The Market Grill
The Market Grill, inspired by a hybrid of conventional old school butcheries and diners, offers a variety of simple and generous portions of freshly grilled market produce.
Excite your date with the Surf and Turf combo (from $108.00). Sink your teeth into the juicy slab of tender vintage beef strip-loin that’s juicy from all that gorgeous marbling. Balance your meal with some luscious, sweet lobster that bursts with the sweetness of the sea, served with clarified butter lightly infused with garlic, and a touch of lemon zest.
We’d also recommend the Seafood Combo (from $116.00), which features The Market Grill’s signature favourites like Signature Lobster Roll and Cod Fish Burger. Just one bite and you can taste a full-bodied flavour of the charcoal grilled black cod paired with vine ripened cherry tomatoes. The meal is complete with an array of side dishes such as fries, salad, buttermilk fried chicken wings and 2 drinks of your choice.
If bread is your carb of choice, you’d definitely be familiar with Park Bench Deli, one of the best sandwich spots in town.
The signature Pastrami Reuben (from $26.40) is a hunky sandwich to chow down on, loaded with generous slabs of house-smoked beef brisket pastrami, sauerkraut, russian dressing, swiss cheese, mustard.
If your date’s someone with a sweet tooth, go for the PB&J DIY Kit (from $40.00), curated with quality ingredients such as Strawberry Rhubarb Jam (180ML), Almond Hazelnut Butter (180ML) and Bakery Brera Brioche Loaf (8 – 10 slices). Fancy and fun, this will sure top your everyday PB&J sandwich.
An upmarket casual Italian restaurant established in 2013, Cicheti offers a distinctive perspective on Italian cuisine that represents the mouthwatering richness of Italy’s foodscape.
Recreate the Disney classic’s iconic spaghetti scene with Cicheti‘s Lady and The Tramp Date Night (from $68.00). Twirl your fork into their Spaghetti with Stracciatella and Basil, and stuff yourself silly with their Gnocchi with Forest Mushroom and Truffle Ricotta. Fingers crossed, maybe you and your date will both end up sharing a strand of noodle?
The set is complete with Pizza Dough Focaccia, Cicheti Chopped Salad, and a decadent slice of Crack Pie to end off the romantic meal on a sweet note.
For some at-home date fun, hav Cicheti’s DIY Margarita Pizza Kit (from $18.00) delivered right to your doorstep. Before you know it, you’ll be throwing flour at one other to reenact some cute k-drama scenes.
Jokes aside, each DIY Margherita Pizza Kit comes with Cicheti’s handmade pizza dough, hand-milled tomato sauce, fior di latte, basil, extra virgin olive oil, parmigiano-reggiano and semolina flour, along with a set of instructions of the cooking amateurs out there.
One of Asia’s most authentic French bistro, Bistro Du Vin serves up hearty, traditional French food made with the freshest possible ingredients.
Impress your date with a candle-lit French meal in the comfort of your own home, with Bistro Du Vin’s Set Menu Gourmand (from $65.00), a 3-course menu that’s bound to satisfy your French food cravings.
For entrees, we’d recommend the Terrine de volailles, which features homemade duck and chicken terrine with Espelette pepper, salad, croutons & pickles. Then, tuck into a comforting main with the Joue de bœuf braisée, a slow-cooked stew combining traditional braised beef cheek, bacon & mashed potato.
For steak lovers, we’d also recommend the Cote de bœuf (from $130.00), an Australian pasture-fed rib with grade 4 marbling, that is perfectly paired with Béarnaise or Red wine sauce.
The Providore believes in good food in all its forms; the passion to provide wholesome, traditional, innovative, nurturing and nourishing food is what drives their culinary philosophy.
Elevate your #StayHome movie date with The Providore’s Deli Bundle for 2 (from $32.10), a charcuterie and cheese platter featuring Brie de Meaux, Xavier David Comte, Casalingo Salami and Jamon Serrano. This platter is complete with dried fruit and wafer crackers to perfectly complement the stronger flavours of the cheese and meats.
Another platter worth checking out is the Deli and Beer Bundle (from $75.00), which features an array of cheeses and an impressive lineup of deli meats, from casalingo salami to italian hot salami. With a meal so decadent, it’s only fair that you wash it down with a cold bottle of British lager.
Widely known as Singapore’s Best Brunch & All Day Breakfast, Wild Honey serves up some of the best international breakfasts in Singapore.
Count on Wild Honey to make your at-home Sunday brunch just a bit sweeter. Known for their impressive selection of international breakfast cuisine, you can’t go wrong with English (from $28.00), a rendition of the hearty and wholesome English breakfast. A medley of treaky bacon, pork & fennel sausage, eggs your way, white pudding, sweet potato hash, sauteed mushrooms, home style baked beans, grilled tomato & toasted brioche, there’s no better way to kickstart your day.
If you prefer some heat and spice to excite your taste buds, we’d recommend the Tunisian (from $24.00), a spicy shakshouka dish (onion, tomato, red pepper & chill), simmered with chorizo, eggs, grilled lafa flatbread & herb and seed tabbouleh.
Established by the Les Amis Group, Peperoni Pizzeria serves up slices of happiness with their wood oven fired pizzas and rustic Italian cuisine.
Pizza party for two? Peperoni Pizza’s got you covered with their Specials Combo For 2(from $40), which comes with 1 large pizza and 1 speciale antipasti. Peperoni’s selection of wood-fired pizzas are all made with fresh premium ingredients, but my personal favourite is definitely the Portobello, a medley of Portobello Mushroom, Cherry Tomato, Egg and Scallion, liberally doused with Truffle Oil for that ultimate umami. For meat lovers, go for the Carne, which is loaded with Meatballs, Bacon, Pepperoni and Mozzarella.
What’s Italian cuisine without pasta? The mark of a good pasta place is their Aglio Olio, and Peperoni’s rendition of Aglio Olio ($19) is perfectly al dente, with subtle spice from the chilli flakes which adds much-needed heat and depth to this otherwise simple dish.
Established in 2004, Iggy’s has been at the forefront of the fine dining scene in Singapore.
Fans of Iggy’s would be no stranger to their Sakura Ebi Capellini ($48.00), a staple favourite since it first appeared on the menu 15 years ago. Carefully tossed in shellfish and kombu oil, the capellini is perfectly al-dente with a generous layer of sakura ebi atop.
If you’re feelin’ a little fancy, indulge yourself in the Steak & Caviar Bento (from $192.00), a generous 30g 8gems Oscietra #4 served with Wylarah striploin, watercress salad, sauteed la ratte potato, and dessert.
As a trusted establishment serving up a wide variety of fresh seafood, Greenwood Fish Market is the go-to spot for many.
If you want to go all out to impress, The Cold Seafood Platter (from $89.95) isan excellent choice with its impressive array of boston lobster, freshly shucked oysters, new zealand littleneck clams, in-house applewood cold smoked salmon and more.
Greenwood Fish Market is also known for their good ol’ Fish & Chips (from $11.50). Choose from 3 different types of fishes: House Fish, Barramundi or Snapper. With Greenwood’s reputation, the freshness of the fish is a given, but what I particularly enjoy is the light batter that perfectly complements the natural sweetness of the fish. This one’s a must-try, for sure!
Jack’s Place is a nostalgic restaurant that brings back childhood memories for many.
Dig into Jack’s Special Steak (from $30.50), a tender eye fillet topped with white asparagus & black mushroom sauce, served with their signature baked potato and seasonal vegetables.
If your date is more of a carb fanatic, have a taste of their Classic Beef Bolognese (from $13.00), made with a traditional recipe of special tomato sauce with minced beef. The acidity of the tomato is counter balanced by an element of sweetness, giving you the perfect plate of bolognese.