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The Best Places in Singapore to Eat this Mother’s Day

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Mother’s Day is just around the corner — which means, the time has come to figure out how to honour and celebrate the amazing mum or mothers in your life. It’s easy to see why one of the preferred ways to do so is by taking your mum for a lunch or dinner date. It’s a well-thought present, where you can celebrate in a relaxing setting. You get to talk and catch up with no distractions while enjoying a delicious meal. Keep reading to learn the best places in Singapore to eat this Mother’s Day.

1. Caffé B

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Caffé B is the perfect spot to take mum to this Mother’s Day. Located in Club Street, Caffé B will be having a Mother’s Day celebration of its own —  with platters of Italian goodies and complimentary cocktails. We highly recommend the Mother’s Day sharing platter, which includes creamy king crab croquettes, beef tenderloin and croissant-style margherita pizza — yum!

But not everything is about the food — make sure you don’t forget to join the mother-child look-alike contest and put your genes to the test! Simply take a photo with your mum and you’ll be participating to win dinner vouchers for a future visit.

Instagram: @caffe_b_sg

2. Spices Cafe

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If you’re up for some serious indulgence, grab your mum and take her to Spices Cafe. During Mother’s Day weekend, Spices Cafe will feature an incredible ‘Harvest of the Sea’ buffet — where (you guessed it) you can expose your taste buds on a seafood feast. Think chilli crab, salted egg crab, fresh oysters, 200gr lobster with cheese, mentaiko with mushroom sauce and baby abalone with broccoli and mushroom. Spices Cafe is conveniently located within the Concorde Hotel, in Orchard Road.

Instagram: @concordehotelsg

3. La Brasserie, The Fullerton Bay Hotel

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In the mood for French? Is there anyone who isn’t? Treat your mum to this delicious and fancy cuisine with a trip to La Brasserie. For Mother’s Day (13 and 14 of May), La Brasserie is offering a set four-course dinner, which includes pumpkin potage with pink peppercorns and slow-poached trout with cassoulet and caviar sauce. The best part of choosing La Brasserie as your chosen venue? The fact that mothers dine free with a minimum of two paying adults.

Instagram: @fullertonhotel

4. boCHINche

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Italian and French cuisine isn’t everything, folks. Why not treat mum to something more adventurous and get set to try an Argentinian meal? Argentinian food has Spanish and Italian influences, and focus primarily on the meat. boCHINche is offering a tantalising brunch spread, with dishes such as sweet and savoury brioche French toast with cooked ham and bacon ice cream. Pair it with a glass of Runtini Trumpeter Rose de Malbec sparkling, and you’re set for a great night.

Instagram: @bochinchesg

5. VLV

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How about celebrating mum at an award-winning restaurant? If you want to go all out with mum’s celebration, then VLV is your choice. VLV proudly holds the Gold Award from the inaugural Straits Times and Lianhe Zaobao Best Asian Restaurant Awards — not to mention, executive chef Martin Foo holds the Chef of the Year award. For Mother’s Day, VLV has decided to feature six different eight-course menus — perfect if you want lots of options to choose from.

Instagram: @vlv

6. Crossroads Bar

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Celebrate mum with a memorable afternoon at Crossroads Bar. The venue is offering a delicious Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea on May 13, featuring sweet and savoury treats like egg cocotte with mushroom ragout and much more. But it’s not just food! Crossroads Bar will also treat you and your mum with a complimentary skin care gift set from Yves Rocher. Crossroads Bar is conveniently located within the Swissotel Merchant Court in Merchant Court.

Instagram: @swissotelmerchantcourt

7. ATLAS

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If you feel like travelling back in time to the Old Continent, then head to ATLAS to celebrate Mother’s Day. The venue is stunning: Think 1920’s Europe, with beautifully-painted high ceilings and classy furniture. Pamper mum with a delicious afternoon tea set which features delectable treats such as an A4 wagyu beef eclair, salted caramel bon bon, and crab cakes. ATLAS is located in North Bridge Road in Parkview Square.

Instagram: @atlasbarsg

8. Blue Jasmine

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Is your mum a Thai food fanatic? Then make sure you make a reservation at Blue Jasmine this May 13. This Mother’s Day they’ll be featuring a seven-course meal for just $25+ per person! Think esarn roast kampong chicken, crabmeat fried rice, and more.

Instagram: @bluejasmine.sg

Celebrating mum this Mother’s Day

Make sure mum knows how much she means to you and give her time off with a delicious meal out. Whether you want to go to a classic place, would like something sophisticated or are feeling a bit more adventurous and are thinking about an exotic dish, these Singapore venues have something for every taste.

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