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With Christmas barely two weeks away, the entire world is gearing up to revel in the festive spirit. Of all the time-honoured customs that most of us observe during the Yuletide season, the Christmas dinner is invariably one of these. Singapore springs to life during Christmas as locals and tourists shed all their inhibitions and get together to partake of in the festivities and celebrations with a spirit of joie-de-vivre that simply cannot be rivalled.

Most high-end restaurants and eateries at this time of the year serve an assortment of sumptuous dishes with the traditional turkey roast sitting tantalizingly right in the middle. Following is a list of restaurants that dress up their menus with mouth-watering recipes sure to pamper the gourmand in you.

Table Manners

The Table Manners is one bistro that should be on the top of your priority list when it comes to relishing a full-course conventional Christmas brunch. Head to this restaurant at Changi Business Park for a 4-course spread comprising cooked tomato soup, Caesar salad, ‘All Yule Can Eat Meat Platter or Catch of the Day Platter’, and a variety of desserts. Wash down your dinner with a tipple (either wine or beer) that is part of the 4-course meal.

If you have a penchant for seafood, you can order a-la-carte fare consisting of pan-fried prawns and sea-bass, roasted Rockefeller oysters, and crunchy baby squid that you can savour with tomato rice.
Table Manners-#01-68/69 Changi City Point, 5, Changi Business Park Central 1


Clifford Restaurant

Clifford Restaurant, a classy restaurant comfortably ensconced inside Fullerton Bay Hotel gets classier during Christmas offering an extensive range of extravagant fare. Choose from a six-course dinner or Champagne Brunch that are the mainstay on Christmas Eve and 25th December. The six-course dinner includes scrumptious dishes like Lobster Bisque served with Cognac Lobster Ravioli, pan-fried Scallops with Caviar and Saffron Sauce, and the transcendental Chocolate Raspberry Sauce.

When you pick the Champagne Brunch, you get to savour Boston lobsters, honeyed balsamic pork belly, and oysters, and other delicacies. Clifford Restaurant is definitely one address you can head to for a scrumptious Christmas banquet.

Clifford Restaurant-The Fullerton Bay Hotel, 80 Collyer Quay

The Provision Shop

This new eatery on Everton Park is all the rage with food connoisseurs and aficionados. If you want to enjoy a light yet wholesome meal, you can munch on gourmet sandwiches served with salads while sipping on a piping hot cappuccino or latte. If you’re looking for a more elaborate affair, you can feast on mouth-watering brunches and suppers. At the end of it all, you can roll your tongue on blissful desserts and ice-creams.

The Provision Shop-Block 3, Everton Park, #01-79, Singapore-080003

      
Mykonos On The Bay

If you want to dine in ambience where the sun is going down beyond the vast expanse of the Aegean Sea in the background, then you should be proceeding to Mykonos-on-the-Bay. The restaurant has been fashioned around an authentic Grecian tavern. Dine on a lip-smacking spread of charcoal-grilled muttons, Greek salads with appetizers to boot while you take in the vistas of the Sentosa harbourfront.

Mykonos on the Bay-31, Ocean Way, Quayside Isle #01-10

Olivia Cassivelaun Fancourt

This restaurant situated on the 2nd floor of the Arts House in Old Parliament Lane gets its name from Olivia-the first wife of Sir Stamford Raffles who founded Singapore. The eatery has an unassuming and subtle look about it yet offers the perfect setting for a romantic and exclusively private Christmas dinner. Jonathan Koh, the head chef at OCF has meticulously rustled up a 7-course dinner for the diehard epicurean.

Tuck into a spread of king oyster mushroom, black truffles, a delectable pigeon stuffed with coco beans amidst a layer of truffle juice. Round up your dinner with a dessert enriched with cocoa nibs, espresso mousse, and a heavenly ice-cream. Relish on a champagne tipple at the end of it all.

OCF, #02-02, The Arts House, 1 Old Parliament Lane



Last Updated On:17/12/2013
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