Love is in the air, flowers are pricier than usual and restaurants are fully booked. Yes, it’s Valentine’s day! While you might want to impress your significant other by treating him/her to a luxurious course meal at a 5-star restaurant, your wallet might be telling you otherwise. Stress not, for we’ve got you covered. Here’s a list of pocket-friendly meal ideas to enjoy on this day of romance.
Picnic In The Park
A timeless date idea, picnics in the park are great for couples who intend to spend a relaxing Valentine’s Day with just a small sum. You can choose to make homemade snacks or opt to purchase finger food from food kiosks. Try some kimbap if you feel like having some Korean food, or have some kebabs if you’re craving for Mediterranean cuisine. Once you’ve got your food covered, don’t forget to bring a picnic mat and some ornaments to give your date that romantic touch.
Cook Boxes from Emporium Shokuhin
If your cooking skills are not up to par, don’t worry, you won’t have to turn to instant noodles. Emporium Shokuhin has a series of cook boxes which makes cooking easy for everyone. If your date enjoys Japanese cuisine, you can opt for the Tonkotsu Ramen Cook box. Should your date prefer something more western, they have roasted chicken leg and baked salmon as well! Each cook box comes with a cooking guide to guide you along. Priced from $15 – $50, each cook box serves up to 2 pax, so you won’t have to break the bank on a Valentine’s Day dinner! Find out more here.
Punggol East Container Park
Situated in the east of Singapore, Punggol East Container Park offers seven dining options that come with a spectacular view of the park. From western cuisine such as Big Fish Small Fish to Korean dishes from Seoul Good, you and your partner will definitely be spoilt for choice. After you end your meal, you can check out desserts at Leung Kee Healthy Desserts or have a drink at Boost @ Banks. End your date by taking in the sea breeze during a stroll by the waterfront.
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Address: 50 Punggol E, Singapore 828824