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The best restaurants with private dining rooms in Singapore

These top-notch restaurants offer private dining rooms perfect for meetings, parties, and birthday celebrations.

Whether  you’re looking for exclusivity, discreetness, or just want to sit as separately as possible during these pandemic times; these private dining rooms conveniently come attached to every restaurants of possible cuisine – from Japanese to Indian, and even Central Asian.

  • Summer Pavilion

    Summer Pavilion is Singapore’s top spot for Cantonese cuisine crafted with finesse. The one-Michelin-starred restaurant has equally fine interiors to match, and six private dining rooms than can accommodate groups of various sizes ranging from six to 30.

    The names of Summer Pavilion’s smaller private dining rooms are inspired by Chinese flora, such as Wisteria, Plum, Pine, Elm and Bamboo. Each space features a handsome alcohol cabinet stocked with wines, liquors and spirits. The largest private room, the Garden Suite, which can house up to 30 guests, makes the perfect venue for hosting corporate events or celebrating extended family reunions. It boasts a separate entrance as well as a living room with plush sofa seating, great for pre-dinner cocktails or post-meal cognacs. The modern space is also equipped with a wireless keyboard, three built-in LCD projectors and three screens.

    A minimum spend of $1,000 is applicable for bookings of 10 guests or less, and $2,500 for bookings of 20 to 30 guests. This amount excludes beverages.

    The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore. Tel: 6434 5286. For more information, visit Summer Pavilion


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