13 Private Dining Rooms In Singapore For Parties, Birthdays And Business Dinners

Private Dining Rooms Singapore

When it comes to searching for a fancy place to celebrate important occasions or somewhere to organise a corporate dinner in a classy setting, it can be frustrating to find that perfect dining establishment with private dining room options and excellent service.

But do not fret—we have done the work for you. From buffet-style dining and the prettiest, most picturesque dining room you’ll ever come across to restaurants that will blow your mind with the quality of their food, take your pick from our comprehensive guide.

Here are 12 restaurants in Singapore with private dining rooms to hold birthday celebrations, anniversaries, meetings or to impress your clients with.

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The 1925 Brewing Co. – Local Microbrewery In Joo Chiat With The Best Tiramisu

1925 Brewing Co

The 1925 Brewing Co. is a local microbrewery and restaurant that is a passion project from three members of the Yeo family who run the business and food direction of this dining establishment.

Joining the enclave of established cafes and bars along Joo Chiat Road, the establishment’s second outlet may initially strike you as a simple drinking place where you can get affordable beers but really, it is more than just that.

Their forward-looking philosophy is a major plus point as diners can always expect something creative when it comes to their food offerings; their signature craft beers are brewed in-house and the beer-inspired grub they have been dishing out since they first began operations in 2014 is impeccable, to say the least.  READ ON

10 Atas Restaurants With 1-for-1 Deals When You Want To Dine Fancy But Have A Budget

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Dining out is an expensive hobby but we’re still going to do it because momma ain’t raise no quitter.

We are here to share with you more 1-for-1 dining promotions at some of the best restaurants in the city! Yes, we are talking about shaving off half of your bill! To put it simply, that would mean 50% off the most succulent steaks at Bedrock Bar & Grill and enjoy 1-for-1 seafood dishes at Yàn.

That’s right, you may be low SES but you can still dine at fancy places; you just need to know the right dining promotions. Here are 10 Atas Restaurants With 1-for-1 Deals When You Want To Dine Fancy But Have A Budget. READ ON

Maneko Japanese Restaurant – New Eatery In Upper Thomson With Affordable Japanese Food

Maneko Japanese Restaurant Collage

Among the slew of cafes, supper spots and restaurants scattered all over bustling Upper Thomson Road, Japanese fare is perhaps one of the few rarities to find there unless you consider Tomoe Japanese Cuisine or even Sushi Tei in Thomson Plaza which is both a tad pricier in comparison.

New to the bustling food enclave, taking over what used to be Nunsongyee Korean Dessert Cafe, Maneko Japanese Restaurant is a cosy, 30-seater eatery that serves quick, fuss-free Japanese delights ranging from sashimi, sushi, donburi, soba, udon and a huge selection of sides.

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11 Ultimate Spicy Food Challenges In Singapore For The Daredevils

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Spice lovers will always love the heat from the food that makes one’s face blush, sweat trickle and stomach churn from dusk till dawn. No matter how torturous it may sound, the excitement we get from eating spicy food will make the fiery blast that awaits us seemingly enjoyable.

Many of us absolutely love spicy food, yet our bodies cannot take the heat. However, as the saying goes, practice makes perfect. Believe it or not, spice tolerance can actually be built up over time.

There are some dining establishments in Singapore where you can choose the spice level of your food—an excellent idea for those who simply want to challenge themselves. If you are someone like that, we have compiled a list of 11 places in Singapore where you can up your spice level on your next visit if you are tired of playing it safe.

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11 Pho-Nomenal Vietnamese Restaurants In Singapore You Won’t Pho-get

Best Vietnamese Restaurants In Singapore

Vietnamese fare has always been a mainstay in Singapore’s food scene with NamNam being a common choice. But there is so much more to Viet cuisine than just beef pho.

Recently, the Vietnamese food trend has picked up with many new passionate individuals opening eateries that bring the very best of the country’s cuisine to Singapore. From authentic street-style charcoal barbecue, seafood and of course, our beloved pho prepared several other ways other than in a beef broth, the options that we have here are pretty substantial.

Whether it’s a proper, comforting bowl of pho you crave or something with a little more attitude, here are the best Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore worth visiting.
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Spice Brasserie – Gifts of The Sea Buffet With The Freshest Seafood At S$108++ For 2

PARKROYAL Kitchener Road Seafood Buffet

Spice Brasserie at PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road astounds us once again with their value-for-money seafood buffet spreads; this time, look forward to a shellfish buffet dinner that is aptly named Gifts of the Sea.

The Gifts of the Sea buffet features a stellar array of crustacean dishes. From local favourites such as Chili Crab and Salted Egg Yolk Crab to modern takes of seafood items such as the Lobster Bao, this is one seafood buffet to get excited about if you are feeling a little low on budget but still want a fantastic seafood meal.

From now until 31 August 2018 through Thursdays to Sundays, quote ‘ladyironchef’ to enjoy Spice Brasserie’s Gift of The Sea Buffet Dinner at S$108++ for 2 pax (U.P. S$65/ adult, S$32.50/ child). Be greeted by the likes of a mind-boggling myriad of seafood dishes!

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Tanuki Raw – Modern Japanese-Inspired Donburi and Maki Roll

 Tanuki Raw

Many hold Tanuki Raw in high regard not only because of their enticing happy hours and their affordable oysters, but mainly because these folks know how to guarantee a fun time through their remarkably innovative grub and tipples.

These are the same folks who inspired and more importantly popularised the low-cost Yakiniku Donburi—a heady bowl of sushi rice topped with strips of Angus short rib, doused in a truffle sauce and topped with a wobbly onsen egg.

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