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Valentine’s Day Dining Promotions in Singapore (2024)

Kendra Tan

Kendra Tan

Last updated 28 January, 2024

Impress bae this Valentine’s Day with these fantastic deals that won't break the bank.


Celebrations and gift shopping have not stopped since Single’s Day last November. If you’re from a Chinese family, then you’ve probably celebrated Chinese New Year with a reunion dinner with loved ones and perhaps visited your relatives.

And hot on the heels of Chinese New Year comes Valentine’s Day (love don’t cost a thing. J Lo, really?). We’re not sure about you, but our piggy bank is sweating from all that shopping and spending. 

So be smart. Save more when you and bae enjoy a gorgeous meal at a fabulous restaurant or a couple massage with these deals, as well as with the right credit cards. Scroll on for the top Valentine’s Day deals this year! 

Save more this Valentine’s Day when you pay with the right cards. While booking, make sure you remember to use a credit card to get some cashback or miles too!

Earn miles, points and even cashback this Valentine’s Day when you pay with the right credit card. Use our simple comparison tool to find one that fits your lifestyle and get rewarded with cash or prizes today!


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Botanico — Valentine's Day special at Au Balcon at The Summerhouse

Au Balcon at the Summerhouse is a casual restaurant and bar offering contemporary European cuisine with hints of French cooking techniques and influences. 

This Valentine's Day, indulge in Botanico Valentine's Day Special 4-course set menu, featuring an Amuse Bouche of mermaid oyster with citron mignonette, pan-seared scallop entree,  smoked parsnip Velouté soup, a main course choice of conit de Canard or pan-seared wanderer ribeye, and chocolate love tart dessert. 

Plus, you'll also get complimentary bouquet and 2 glasses of housepour wines with a choice of red or white. Price starts from S$250++ per couple.
Bookings must be made from 9 to 13 February where you'll need to pick between first seating (6pm to 8pm) and second seating (8:30pm to 10pm).


Address: 3 Park Lane, Level 2, Singapore 798387
Contact: 98311106 


Sofitel Singapore City Centre — A 5-course meal for one (or two)

Some of the simplest things in life are those enjoyed by your own company.

This Valentine's Day, practice some self appreciation with some self-love. Celebrate solo at Sofitel Singapore City Centre's Valentine's Day 5-course menu, featuing the finiest fresh seafood and succulent meats (S$98++ per person).

Of course, two is better than one so bring a companion to share the evening with you as you indulge in a 5-couse meal, and end the evening with a complimentary glass of prosecco (S$196 ++ for two).

Address: Sofitel Singapore City Centre
Contact: 64285000 

Reservations are highly recommended.


Eclipse by BDC — 5-course meal over the mesmerising city skyline

Eclipse by BDC is situated on the rooftop of the historic Yue Hwa Building in Chinatown, where you can enjoy sweeping city views. 

Mark the occasion with a special 5-course dinner (S$148++ per person) curated by Chef Samuel Quan. Menu highlights include duo beef, Akami, and Irish oyster. Other items on the menu are local farmed snapper, yuzu sorbet, and complete your celebration with nitro honey beetroot dessert.

Address: 70 Eu Tong Sen St, Singapore 059805


CÉ LA VI — Valentine's Day Special menu from S$148 per pax

Dial up the romance on Valentine's Day from CÉ LA VI in Marina Bay Sands as you enjoy the unbeatable skyline view and savour freshly-sourced seafood from the coastlines of Ireland.

Choose between a lunch (S$148++ per person) and diner (S$218++ per person) menu, including Hokkaido scallops, tenderloin, Alaskan Halibut, Tiger prawn, poached chicken, and top it off with pistachio, raspberry, and rose dessert. Vegetarian options are also available. 

Address: Level 57, Marina Bay Sands SkyPark, Hotel Tower 3, 1 Bayfront Avenue, 018971
Contact: 65082188 




Saint Pierre — indulge in an exquisite fine dining experience while enjoying stunning views of Marina Bay waterfront

Saint Pierre is one of the most established fine dining restaurants in Singapore. This 2-Michelin-starred french cuisine restaurant is located in the heart of Singapore, offering panoramic views of Marina Bay Waterfront. Here, indulge in a Valentine's Day 5-course lunch (S$328 per person) and 7-course dinner (S$528) menu specially currated by chef-owner Emmanuel Stroobant. 

Highlights include amuse bouche and Scottish langoustine appetisers, Basque country wild turbot or Omi beef mains, and Shizuoka strawberry or Aomori apple dessert.

You can also enhance your dining experience with wine accompaniment starting from S$188 per person, but if you prefer non-alcoholic beverages, there's also non-alcoholic accompaniment starting from S$148 per person. 

Address: 1 Fullerton Road, #02-02B, One Fullerton, 049213
Contact: 64380887 


Best credit cards for dining

When it comes to the best credit cards to use for dining, you have a wide selection to choose from, ranging from cashback, miles, and rewards.

But before that, it's important to know which merchant category code (MCC) dining falls under.

If you don't know what an MCC is, this post will help.

Long story short, an MCC is basically a 4-digit number that credit card issuers use to classify a business and the type of services or goods it offers. It's also used to identify transactions made by consumers.

Knowing the MCCs can help you determine which credit card to use for a particular transaction, helping you to maximise your cashback, rewards, or miles.

Generally, dining falls under the following MCC:

  • MCC 5811 (caterers)
  • MCC 5812 (restaurants)
  • MCC 5813 (bars and nightclubs)
  • MCC 5814 (fast food)
  • MCC 5441 (candy, nut, confectionary stores)
  • MCC 5462 (bakeries)
  • MCC 5499 (misc. food stores)

With that, below are some of the best credit cards to consider:

Credit card

Cashback/miles earn rate


HSBC Revolution Card


10X rewards (4 miles per dollar (mpd) or 2.5% cashback) on qualified online and offline contactless payments

- Bonus rate of 10X reward points only applies to first S$1,000 per calendar month

- No monthly minimum spend

- No annual fee

UOB Lady's Solitaire Card



5X UNI$ (30 miles) per S$5 spend (6 mpd) on 2 chosen categories:

- Beauty & Wellness

- Fashion

- Dining

- Family

- Travel

- Transport

- Entertainment


1X UNI$ (2 miles) on all other spend

- UNI$ are calculated in S$5 blocks and rounded down to nearest whole number

- Must select dining as one of the chosen categories

- Bonus rate spend cap at S$3,000 per calendar month

- S$120,000 annual income required

- No monthly minimum spend

- S$410.40 annual fee (first year waived)

UOB Lady’s Card


15X UNI$ (30 miles) per S$5 spend (6 mpd) on 1 chosen category:

- Beauty & Wellness

- Fashion

- Dining

- Family

- Travel

- Transport

- Entertainment


1X UNI$ (2 miles) on all other spend

- UNI$ are calculated in S$5 blocks and rounded down to the nearest whole number

- Must select dining category

- No monthly minimum spend

- Bonus rate spend cap at S$1,000 per calendar month

- S$196.20 annual fee (first year waived)




8% cashback on online and mobile contactless payments, capped at S$20 per category and S$60 per month

- S$600 monthly minimum spend

- No annual fee if you make a minimum three transactions monthly for 12 consecutive months

DBS Live Fresh Card



Up to 10% cashback on online, eco-merchants, and mobile contactless payments, capped at S$75 per month

- Monthly minimum spend of S$600

- S$196.20 annual fee (first year waived)




Up to 10% cashback per month, capped at S$100 per month)

- Monthly minimum spend of S$800

- S$196.20 annual fee (first year waived)

UOB One credit card



Up to 15% cashback (capped at S$50, S$100, or S$300 per quarter) 

- Monthly minimum spend of S$500, S$1,000, or S$2,000 for three consecutive months in a quarter

- S$196.20 annual fee (first year waived)

OCBC 365 Card


5% cashback on dining, capped at S$160/S$80 per month

- Monthly minimum spend of S$800/S$1,600

- S$196.20 annual fee (first year waived)

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Avid promo code hunter and haggler. Kendra doesn’t like paying full price for anything. She’s the best person to bring along if you’re travelling on a budget. Have an interesting story to tell? E-mail her at


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