Romantic dating places in singapore

But amongst the rest, a few that stood out particularly included the With 3 outlets around Singapore, our favourite pick has got to be their Esplanade branch, with a spectacular view over Singapore’s iconic skyline.

Supply & Demand’s edgy industrial-chic decor with a laid-back atmosphere sets the mood for some hearty banter between you and your partner.

Here, you and your partner can definitely chat heartily over a round of Nassim Hill’s wide selection of food and drinks.

Continue your date long after dinner has ended with drinks or coffe too.

Nestled all the way in the nook of Netheravon road itself (pretty much the twilight region of Singapore), this cosy establishment gives one a sense of much-needed detachment from the city life.

Surrounded with the floral and fauna from the nearby greenery, coupled with their vintage and colonial-styled interior, it exudes the perfect location for a romantic yet casual setting, provided you both stay in the East or the cab ride home is going to be a major bummer.

Tucked away in a quiet street, Lots Gourmet Shop’s nifty and colourful interior is paired with a casual and relaxing vibe, such that both your date and yourself can settle in for some brunch and a nice cup of coffee over some conversations.

Our picks were their was a worthy meal by itself, with generous servings of scrambled eggs, bacon, toast etc.

We preferred their signature at the top of our picks.

That said though, guys, do always pay for the first date if you want to ever have a second date.

No ‘going dutch’ unless you want to be labelled as “that stingy guy I went out with, ONCE”.

Did I mention that their happy hour is the longest in Singapore so far, from 8am – 8pm daily?

Among their many delectable dishes, we had a hard time picking out our favourites.

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