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Suggestion: Romantic Dinning for Birthday, Anniversay..

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Just want to share a fabulous romantic dining for your beloved birthday. Jim Thompson at Demspey Road is definitely a must go and experience. Setting very cosy with Thai theme, with Thai traditional dancers, and food wise is delicious. Inform them that you are celebrating birthday and they will surprise you with a very generous friut platter cum Thai dancers and musicians to entertain you with birthday song. Go and try on your birthday and you would forever be swept over the moon...

 

Any other similar experience?

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Jim Thompson is not a bad choice.... White Rabbit is.... End of story.....

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Just want to share a fabulous romantic dining for your beloved birthday. Jim Thompson at Demspey Road is definitely a must go and experience. Setting very cosy with Thai theme, with Thai traditional dancers, and food wise is delicious. Inform them that you are celebrating birthday and they will surprise you with a very generous friut platter cum Thai dancers and musicians to entertain you with birthday song. Go and try on your birthday and you would forever be swept over the moon...

 

Any other similar experience?

 

Whats the average damage like? Thanks for sharing. I seldom go Demspey Road, thus, its about time I return and take a look. The last time I was up there for Ben&Jerrys, the parking lots were quite limited due to the huge crowd up there.

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Jim Thompson is not a bad choice.... White Rabbit is.... End of story.....

 

 

Why White Rabbit end of story? Too ex or food not nice?

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Hi all......excuse me if this doesn't sounds good.....Err...Mount Faber Jewel Box is a unique experience! Fabulous scenery over Sentosa and Vivo area....fresh breeze....

 

If outside you find it humid, Also can dine in Opal...cosy lighting, soft sofa ! just lack of a bed that's all.

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Hi all......excuse me if this doesn't sounds good.....Err...Mount Faber Jewel Box is a unique experience! Fabulous scenery over Sentosa and Vivo area....fresh breeze....

 

If outside you find it humid, Also can dine in Opal...cosy lighting, soft sofa ! just lack of a bed that's all.

 

sofa and bed... sama sama leh..  :rock:

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sofa and bed... sama sama leh..  :rock:

:lol: :lol: :lol::D :D :D

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sofa and bed... sama sama leh..  :rock:

 

sofa and bed where same... or you always kenna kick to the living room sofa to slp? :P

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Why White Rabbit end of story? Too ex or food not nice?

It's both... really spoil my dinner that day... service only so so too

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I just celebrated my wedding anniversary dinner at sentosa. They have a promotion called the Gastronomic Dinner Adventure where I will having your dishes at 3 diff places, with commuting between the places via buggy. Damage ard $300+. Check out sentosa website for more details. Cheers.

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Bro, do u mean....starter at 1 place... Then buggy you and partner to another location to have main course.... Then buggy to another location for dessert??

Wah... Like tat finish dessert I sure hungry again.... Kekekeekekekekekek

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lol.. hmm... just to satisfy the curiosity of this poor girl here who hasn't been on a romantic dinner-date before, what makes a dinner with your other half special? what makes it romantic? 

 

is it the ambience or the food?(Eg have live band, dim lights, other couples) what makes it a perfect romantic date, and what would make it an unenjoyable experience?(e.g. bad service, yucky food, too expensive)

 

don't say that the only impt thing is spending time with that o/r person.. otherwise go celebrate anniversary in kopitiam also can.. 

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Er.... I also dun know.....have not done something like tat for abt 15 yrs.... Maybe should go range MOF again........

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It's the person..... IMHO... if u dun like that person... all the best location, best food and all the candle light will just come to nought.... If it's the right person....  a simple meal by the beach is all U need....

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I just celebrated my wedding anniversary dinner at sentosa. They have a promotion called the Gastronomic Dinner Adventure where I will having your dishes at 3 diff places, with commuting between the places via buggy. Damage ard $300+. Check out sentosa website for more details. Cheers.

bro what they feed U??? golf balls????

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lol.. hmm... just to satisfy the curiosity of this poor girl here who hasn't been on a romantic dinner-date before, what makes a dinner with your other half special? what makes it romantic? 

 

is it the ambience or the food?(Eg have live band, dim lights, other couples) what makes it a perfect romantic date, and what would make it an unenjoyable experience?(e.g. bad service, yucky food, too expensive)

 

don't say that the only impt thing is spending time with that o/r person.. otherwise go celebrate anniversary in kopitiam also can.. 

 

First of all, the other half must be somebody that is nice to spend time with. Could click, communicate. laugh, smile and frown or make funny faces etc... Secondly, need some place that is cosy with decorative wares, warmth setting, exciting lighting and you could feel as though it is a place to relax and enjoy some beautiful pipe music. The hostess, waiters, waitress welcome you and make you feel at home as you approach the venue. Table and seat arrangement is just right for couples...not too close but yet offer some sweet moment of romancing. Food and drink wise, generous and yet delicious and do not burn a hole in your pocket. Big serving for the reasonable price you paid. Surprise birthday complimentary dish with dedicated dancers, music and songs to sing along. I think this should be the standard of fine dining restaurant. Cheers!

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lol.. hmm... just to satisfy the curiosity of this poor girl here who hasn't been on a romantic dinner-date before, what makes a dinner with your other half special? what makes it romantic? 

 

is it the ambience or the food?(Eg have live band, dim lights, other couples) what makes it a perfect romantic date, and what would make it an unenjoyable experience?(e.g. bad service, yucky food, too expensive)

 

don't say that the only impt thing is spending time with that o/r person.. otherwise go celebrate anniversary in kopitiam also can.. 

...if u like each other... Even lazing in yr own couch @ home ish lomantic...truth Mah... Little gifts & surprises & lots of caring actions way much beta actually...

...Kopitiam's teh & kopi taste beta sumtimes.......lol..;)!

....it's all commercialised out there...wad Valentine's Day Special dinners etc etc...dining out in expensive plcs...once a while is a must though and is fabulous to improve & enhanced R/S... 2 much expectations of each other on such extravagances can reverse the lomantic elements & proves fatal in R/S though....& It becomes boring too....yawnzzzzz... Lol..;)

...Ruth....I believe sumone will bring u soon...2 enjoy a memorable dinner la...;)... Or even beta, get a man who cooks 4 u....now tt is charming... IMHO ....

...but.... Rare breed here....Tink am gg kena flame liow..haha..;)!

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ok. i pack some army rations and cook over mess tin for u.

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....ok lor....Lai lor....I easy 2 feed... Den I go buy Kopitiam's teh or kopi 2 compliment lor....;)!

...put time....put plc...;)

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Whaaaaaaaaaa tiger u no horse run. Cook over mess tin romantic le! Muhaha!

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Tiger is the best.....

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