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Haven’t made those New Year’s Eve plans yet? Why not toast the New Year with style with an extraordinary dinner and great company of your family and friends? Here is the list on where to go on New Year’s Eve in Singapore for the big night.

Fat Cow
1 Orchard Boulevard, #01-01 Camden Medical Centre, Singapore 248649; Tel: 6735 0308
When: 31 December 2012, 6pm to late
Price: $168++ per person, inclusive of a glass of Moet & Chandon champagne

(L-R) Saffron scallops, Wagyu and Negi otoro aburi sushi

(L-R) Saffron scallops, Wagyu and Negi otoro aburi sushi

Make this year’s final meal one to remember. Instead of joining the Marina Bay crowds, why not head over to Fat Cow at Camden Medical Center for a more low-key celebration. Say cheers to a great New Year ahead at Fat Cow with a choice of two exclusive 6-course set dinners on New Year’s Eve. Indulge your appetite and feast on delights such as Japanese onion and mizuna salad with Kegani cream croutons, Tai carpaccio, shio konbu and truffle dressing, ox tendon and foie gras, miso soup, a choice of grain fed lamb rack roast with goma cream spinach or charcoal grilled Boston lobster tail with yuzu-saffron miso and warabi mochi, hokey pokey ice cream with suntory syrup.

 

Pantry At The Stables 
55 Fairways Drive, Singapore 286846; Tel: 6467 7748
When: 31 December 2012, 6pm to 10:30pm
Price: $78++ per adult and $42++ per child (below 12 years old).

Plum pudding

Plum pudding

Ring in the New Year with your loved ones at Pantry at the Stables’ first stall concept dinner, which showcases an enthralling spread of over 30 different dishes. Indulge in fresh seafood such as chilled tiger prawns, oysters and sashimi from the seafood section. There’s also a cooked food section featuring the all-time favourites like crabmeat linguine, pan-fried foie gras with spiced poached apples and pan-fried miso cod with wasabi. End the last day of the year with their must-have sweet treats such as plum and dates pudding with orange scented toffee sauce and salted caramel cheesecake at the dessert station.

 

Caffé B
2 Bayfront Avenue, B1-15 & 01-83, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018972; Tel: 6887 3311
When: 31 December 2012
Price: $190++ per person

Creamy homemade ravioli stuffed with grouper king fish on zucchini sauce, topped with roasted scallops and sea urchin

Creamy homemade ravioli stuffed with grouper king fish on zucchini sauce, topped with roasted scallops and sea urchin

Welcome 2013 at Caffé B this New Year’s Eve with a decadent nine-course dinner. Kick-start your evening with Caffé B’s ‘Cocktail of 2013’, a creamy Chantilly Mojito. For appetizer, tuck into the fresh, mildly sweet Scampi Carpaccio accompanied by Toasted Bread with Sour Cream and Hollandaise Sauce, followed by the Japanese Pumpkin Cream Soup. Moving on to the main, a scrumptious, seafood-based creation of Creamy Homemade Ravioli stuffed with Grouper King Fish on Zucchini Sauce, topped with Roasted Scallops and Sea Urchin awaits your hungry appetite. Also, look out for other delicious dishes such as Soba, Fresh Oysters and Caviar, Duck Breast in Orange Sauce with Figs and Port Wine Sauce, coupled with Baby Carrots and Foie Gras, Sweet Crème Brûlée Foam topped with Italian Pralines and Kahlua Pearls and finish the meal off with a traditional Italian Yeast Bread coupled with 5 Sauces.

 

Wooloomooloo Steakhouse
2 Stamford Road, Level 3 Swissôtel The Stamford, Singapore 178882 Tel: +65 6338 0261
When: 31 December 2012
Price: $178++ per person

Roasted turkey roll

Roasted turkey roll

Enjoy a luxurious 5-course New Year’s Eve set dinner at Wooloomooloo Steakhouse. Indulge in great food such as amuse bouche, palate cleanser, petit fours, delicious cocktails and enjoy the stunning views of the city’s skyline while bidding adieu to 2012. After dinner, you can continue to party the night away at the lounge area. Try the new festive cocktail, Foie Gras Martini at $48++. This lavish drink is a cognac and vodka based cocktail with lush foie gras flavours intensified by the sweetness of honey and vanilla. To top it off, huckleberries is used as garnish to complete the festivity with a twang of tanginess.

Author: Javan Ng
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  1. Chin Oi Lin says:

    spoil by choice

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