Dining in restaurants will be possible again from Friday, 19 June 2020. We can celebrate Father’s Day on 21 June 2020 in a place with nice decor, elegant tableware and attentive service staff. However, with limited seating capacity in restaurants due to social distancing measures, it may not be easy to get a table at dad’s favourite restaurant. Here are a few suggested restaurants for Father’s Day 2020 where you may still be able to book a table.
The fifteenth day of the Lunar New Year or Yuan Xiao Jie (元宵节) falls on 8 February 2020. It is also a day of festivities that marks the end of the Spring Festival. It is also a day associated with romance. Some consider this as a Chinese Valentine’s Day. Here are 5 Chinese restaurants to celebrate Chinese Valentine’s Day 2020.
The proper Singaporean way to celebrate 2019 and welcome 2020 is to have an entertaining party with good food and suss out the vantage points for views of the fireworks display. Many hotels and restaurants in Singapore have planned exciting and extravagant New Year’s Eve dinner celebrations and countdown parties. A number of the venues will allow you to get a view of the New Year’s Eve (NYE) fireworks which will be part of the Marina Bay Singapore Countdown 2020. Here are a few great places to wine and dine in Singapore on the last night of 2019.
Preparations are being made for the famous Christmas light-up in Orchard Road, which will run from 16 November 2019 to 1 January 2020. That means it is time to start planning for a Christmas in Singapore to remember or to indulge again in seasonal delicacies. Special festive meals will be available in a number of restaurants from as early as the start of November. The Ordinary Patrons’ round-up of Restaurants for Christmas in Singapore 2019 can help you find places with exciting holiday menu or for a memorable Christmas in Singapore 2019.
Brasserie of Light Selfridges is an amazing restaurant in the popular department store along Oxford Street. It is relatively new, having opened at the end of 2018. The star attraction at the restaurant is a 24-foot crystal encrusted Pegasus statue with a 30-foot wing span, “flying” above the diners. It is created by Damien Hirst (the artist whose creations include the famous stuffed shark in a clear case). We were there for breakfast and could not help gawking at it almost the whole time.