Yummy Cafes & Eateries For Your Next Date

Our eclectic list has everything from Chinese cuisines to non-alcoholic wine. | PHOTO: Instagram/@happi.belly, @tonguetipbeefnoodles,



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Our eclectic list has everything from Chinese cuisines to non-alcoholic wine. | PHOTO: Instagram/@happi.belly, @tonguetipbeefnoodles, @copperchimneysg

Couples, rejoice! Dining in is finally allowed for pairs. You can say goodbye to stay-in dates or tapau sessions on random park benches.

Here’s a delish list to make your paktor planning a little easier:

665 Degrees Fahrenheit

If you’re looking for a romantic dinner with a gorgeous view, this premium steakhouse is quite the comeback locale to take your boo.

Specialising in prime cuts and sustainable seafood, the menu offers a wide array of chargrilled oven options and a unique selection of non-alchoholic wine. Perfect for a classy night out.

5 Fraser St, Level 38, Andaz 189354

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Picanhas’

This Muslim-owned restaurant serves affordable steak and colourful mocktails at the heart of the CBD. In fact, the two mains – the Queen of Steak and Picanha Don are all under $30.

With its chill ambience and open kitchen concept, it would make for a great after work catch up with your significant other.

90 Club St, Singapore 069458

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Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodle

Craving for some good old fashioned la mian? One of China’s most famous Lanzhou Lamian restaurants has certainly made a splash since its debut a couple of years back, serving authentic Chinese-Muslim style beef noodles.

First created by the Muslim Chinese (Hui) people, the recipe which has been passed down for generations since the Tang Dynasty. It’s great for the low-key couple looking for an understated dining option.

Available outlets at Chinatown Point, Tiong Bahru Plaza, Jurong Point, Hillion Mall

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Copper Chimney Singapore

This restaurant prides itself on providing a genuine experience of North Indian and Indian Chinese Halal food. From tantalising tandoori kebabs to Hakka noodles and Szechuan peppers, it’s a potpourri of Asian tastes.

The main outlet is located just opposite Mustafa Centre so if you and bae are in the area and looking for a culinary rollercoaster in your tummy, give this fusion cafe a try.

Main outlet: 100 Syed Alwi Road, Singapore 207676

Other available outlets at Asia Square, Marina Bay Financial Center Tower 3, Cafeteria @ NPS International School

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La Fez Bakery & Cafe

This Moroccan-themed cafe offers an all-day brunch incorporating Arabic spices and ingredients in a majority of their menu. Their signature dishes are the Majorelle Shakshuka with Feta Cheese, La Sultana Pandan Pancakes and Kasbah Brioche French Toast.

While the delectable menu is a highlight, the coolest part about the restaurant is its layout which features an iconic “horseshoe” arch inspired by Moroccan architecture. It certainly makes for a charming dining spot. Couples, go in your sundress and casual loafers/short combo if you want to pair your outfits with the chill vibes of the eatery.

01-03A 907 E Coast Rd, Singapore 459107

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Alto Cafe

From all-day brunch to all-day breakfast, the restaurant is reminiscent of a holiday house with it’s plant-themed decor. The cafe offers sandwiches, salads, pasta and even waffle options.

The main highlights of the breakfast menu are the Runny Benny, comprising two poached eggs, hollandaise sauce and turkey ham and Papa Rosti, which is made up of potato rosti, scrambled eggs and housemade yoghurt dill sauce on the side.

If you are an #aesthetic couple, this cafe screams IG-worthy vibes.

54 Bayshore Rd, 01-01, Singapore 469979

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