The Singapore Restaurant Week 2011 is here again!
Update: an additional 3000 seats have been added on Saturday, 5 March 2011. The additional seats are available at BLU, Bonta, Capricci, Clifford, My Little Spanish Place, Zento, The Tavern, SOM THAI, Restaurant Ten, The Song of India, Jade, Private Affairs, Brasserie Les Saveurs, Senso, La Villa, Brazil Churrasco, Krish, Magma, Bacchus and LaBrezza. This brings the total number of seats available at the 82 restaurants to 35,000 seats for SINGAPORE RESTAURANT WEEK in March 2011.
Why is everyone excited about Restaurant Week? That’s because you get to experience incredible food at a range of restaurants that will be offering special three-course meals from 21 to 27 March 2011.
At a fixed price of SGD25++* for a three-course set lunch and SGD35++* for a three-course set dinner, it is quite a steal! Seats are limited though. This year, more than 32,000 seats at 81 restaurants are up for grabs, you still need to hurry. People in Singapore are going crazy booking them!
*DiningCity Star Awarded restaurants charge a fixed supplement of S$15 for lunch and S$20 for dinner. Singapore has a similar supplement-system as Europe has for participating Michelin Star restaurants.
You will be excited to know that this year, a superb line-up of quality restaurants has come onboard, including many new participants such as Salt Grill & Sky Bar, KU DÉ TA, Stellar@1-Altitude, Boathouse, Le Saint Julien, Oyster Bar, La Villa, Sabai, Table 66, Gattopardo, Kinki, Ivory Kitchen, Matsu, Wild Rocket, One Rochester, 1 Twenty Six, Jade (Fullerton Hotel), Patara Fine Thai Cuisine, Clifford (Fullerton Bay Hotel), Cassia and The Knolls (Capella Hotel), LaBrezza and Yan Ting (St Regis Hotel). For a full listing, log on to www.restaurantweek.sg.
All bookings can be made online from 23 February 2011 via www.restaurantweek.sg, a dedicated website with unique technology for online and real-time reservations.
Last year, Momo and I booked ourselves a dinner at Boulevard Restobar at Red Dot Traffic Building. We booked a bit late, so we could not get seats at many places we wanted to try. So if you already have in mind a place you wanted to dine at, hurry!
Did I hear some of you say, I don’t like dining alone. I have no one to go enjoy the dinner with. Hey, hey, read on!
For the first time, SINGAPORE RESTAURANT WEEK will also play host to ‘Eat, Drink, Love’ – in collaboration with Lunch Actually, a premier dating agency in Asia. This singles event is a great opportunity for eligible food lovers to make new friends in a fun, relaxed environment and at the same time enjoy a quality dining experience. On 23 March 2011, Wed and 24 March 2011, Thurs at Brasserie Wolf (The Pier at Robertson) and Chef D’Table (CHIJMES). Diners will swap seats and get to meet a different person at each course.
American Express is the presenting partner of the second edition of SINGAPORE RESTAURANT WEEK, which is also officially sponsored by BMW, Culina, S.Pellegrino, Acqua Panna, Brown Brothers, Chapoutier, Ruffino, Torres, and Time Out Singapore and held in “Your Singapore”.