Singapore Restaurant Week is back for the fifth time from 7 to 14 October 2012! Indulge your palate during this popular week-long dining extravaganza showcasing culinary delights from hidden French bistros and steakhouses to high-end, award-winning white tablecloth eateries in this city.
Continuing the great tradition that Singapore Restaurant Week has to offer, over 100 participating restaurants will offer tantalizing, exclusive three-course prix fixe lunch and dinner at $25*+++ and $35*+++ respectively (DiningCity Star-Awarded restaurants charge a supplement of $15 for lunch and $20 for dinner).
Besides popular restaurants such as Salt Grill & Sky Bar, Tanjong Beach Club, Au Jardin Bistro Du Vin, Equinox, The Song of India, OSO and many more, you can also look forward to new participating restaurants such as Forest at Resorts World Sentosa, Roadhouse, Latteria Mozzarella Bar, SQUE Rotisserie & Alehouse, Pepenero, La Maison Fatien, Shiraz, Praelum, Wan Hao, Marriott Café, Pool Grill, Oenotheque, 211 Roof Terrace Café, The Glass House at Fort Canning Hotel, Waterfall Café at Shangri La, and Tamarind Hill at Labrador Park.
Singapore Restaurant Week celebrates the best dining the city has to offer at an affordable price. So leave the cooking to someone else and head over to that restaurant you’ve been dying to try during this popular foodie event. Reservations are strongly recommended. Bookings at www.restaurantweek.sg will open to the public on 12 September 2012.
American Express Cardmembers Special Priority
If you are an American Express cardholder (excluding American Express Cards issued by DBS and UOB), you get to jump the queue and make your reservation a week before it opens to the public. Hurry, grab a table at your favourite restaurant from 5 to 9 September 2012!
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