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Valentine’s Day 2020: Best restaurants to bring your better half to

Spoil that significant other (and yourself) this Valentine's Day with some of the most lip-smacking options this year.

With just under a month left to Valentine’s Day, panic seeps in. Burnt Ends is booked til when? Maybe you should’ve started last week – no – last month. Has it always been right after Chinese New Year? Before you make a desperate reservation to the same restaurant as last year (and the year before), check out what some restaurants have to offer this February that’ll stoke the flames of passion anew.

  • Six Senses Brasserie Valentine's Day

    Six Senses Brasserie

    Why not go green this Valentine's with Six Senses Brasserie? The 'Sustain Your Love' dinner at Six Senses not only uses locally-sourced ingredients, but even features elements harvested from their onsite garden. Farm-to-table and seasonal dining aren't just great for sustainability: Six Senses' philosophy ensures that you're eating ingredients when they're at their very best. Bewitch your companion with Love Potion #520, before moving on to heart (and stomach) warming mugs of sweet pumpkin soup & creamed farm mushroom chowder. End the meal with Romeo & Juliet: an acerbic dark chocolate dome paired with ruby grapefruit and raspberry mint sauce served alongside the feisty tanginess of yoghurt raspberry mousse, lychee sorbet and a macerated strawberry rose. This Valentine's Day sensory delight is available as part of the Sustain Your Love package on either Feb 14 - 15, 2020, which includes a one-night stay at either Six Senses Duxton or Maxwell, turndown service and a 15% discount on a la carte spa treatments.

    2 Cook Street, Six Senses Maxwell.  Tel: 6914-1400


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