wolfgang’s steakhouse holds the key to her heart
A labour of love by Wolfgang's Steakhouse
A labour of love by Wolfgang’s Steakhouse | credit: Wolfgang Steakhouse

Love comes in many forms. At Wolfgang’s Steakhouse, it shows in the way the food is prepared. You only have to sink your teeth into the dry-aged black Angus beef or the fresh jumbo lobsters to know this.

This love extends to its Valentine’s Day menu ($258++ per couple) of course, which starts with Warm Scallop and Bacon Salad or Mushroom Soup with White Truffle Oil, followed by a main of Ribeye Steak and Lobsters. The entrée comes with two optional sides like the Creamed Spinach and the Sautéed Onions. For dessert, there’s a sharing portion of Dark Chocolate Brownie with Ice Cream.

Wolfgang’s Steakhouse is serving complimentary glasses of Taittinger Champagne for couples to toast the occasion. But why not also take a shot with Cupid’s Bow ($25++), a cocktail of vodka with peach schnapps, lemon juice and butterfly pea tea.

Wolfgang’s Steakhouse is at 1 Nanson Road, tel. +65 6887 5885. Its Valentine’s Day menu is available from 11:30am to 11:30pm on Friday, 14 February 2020.

Porta takes charge of the evening
Valentine's Day roundup: Porta
Norwegian Salmon | credit: Porta

For a more intimate experience, ask to be seated at one of Porta‘s little alcoves. The restaurant’s executive chef Alex Phan whips up a four-course dinner set ($64++ per person) for couples to celebrate. The Valentine’s Day menu starts with the Thai Sweet Potato and Carrot Soup and the Foie Gras — a pan-seared goose liver matched with strawberries, balsamic and thyme. The meal continues with two protein-based mains: the Kurobuta Pork Belly and the Norwegian Salmon. For a sweet ending, couples can dig into the Multi Textures of Chocolate, a Victorian-styled sponge cake with ice cream, chocolate sauce and tuiles.

Porta is at 1 Unity Street, tel. +65 6593 8855. The Valentine’s Day menu is available on 14 February 2020 for two seatings only: at 6:30 pm and at 8:30 pm.

The more the merrier at Mitzo
Valentine's Day roundup: Mitzo
Rose Syrup Granita | credit: Mitzo

Mitzo celebrates Valentine’s Day and Grand Park Orchard’s 10th Anniversary with a special promotion. Double date with friends to enjoy 10 per cent off the total bill. Triple date to receive double the discount.

The Valentine’s Day menu ($188++ per couple) starts with an Appetiser Platter of barbecued pork, truffle prawn dumplings and carrot and seafood dumplings. Next, the Double-boiled Chicken Consommé with fish maw and maca is all wholesome goodness. Main courses include Korean-Style Cheese Baked Lobster and the Wagyu Beef with Salted Egg Vermicelli. While dessert takes the form of Rose Syrup Granita topped with mixed berries. Lotus paste puffs are also available.

Diners can enjoy Cupid’s Flutes ($30++ for two) with their meal. The cocktails have Diplomatico rum shaken with red dragonfruit and topped with prosecco.

Mitzo is at 270 Orchard Road, tel. +65 6603 8855. The five-course Valentine’s Day menu is available for lunch and dinner from 10 February 2020 to 16 February 2020.

Love is in the air at Mimi’s
Valentine's Day roundup: Mimi
Always Be My Dumpling | credit: Mimi

Those who enjoy cheeky wordplay in addition to good food on Valentine’s Day, try Mimi‘s five-course dinner set ($138++ per couple).

The restaurant starts the meal with an amuse-bouche — egg biscuits coated in honey (Honey) — and steamed dumplings stuffed with foie gras and beetroot (Always Be My Dumpling). The meal continues with a truffle roasted chicken (Don’t Ruffle My Feathers), a honey-baked codfish fillet (Cod In Love) and a prawn and octopus paste noodles matched with seared Hokkaido scallops (Sea You Forever).

Before the evening ends, rather unconventionally, a bowl of porridge (Rice of a Lifetime), sweetened with black glutinous rice cakes and mixed with lotus seeds, red dates and coconut milk, will be served for dessert.

Mimi is at 3A River Valley Road, tel. +65 6261 1189. Its Valentine’s Day menu is available from 14 February 2020 to 15 February 2020.

written by.
Lester Tan
Lester is into films, food and basically anything culture related under the sun.

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