Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel offers riverside dining experience from now till Valentine’s Day

The unique experience for two includes dining by Robertson Quay and a scenic view of a rainbow light installation.

Caleb Lau

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Published: 11 February 2022, 1:36 PM

In the lead up to Valentine’s Day, Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel is offering a riverside dining experience along Robertson Quay.

The outdoor pop-up began on Feb 5, and will continue till Feb 14.

The dining experience features an international-themed snack menu, from the likes of crispy tempura maki to wagyu beef burgers, along with a range of alcoholic beverages.


The snack menu features dinner mains like the Signature Wagyu Beef Burger, priced at $30. PHOTO CREDIT: GRAND COPTHORNE WATERFRONT HOTEL


The experience is coupled with the hotel’s ongoing light display by experimental art collective Very Small Exhibition.

Helmed by Singaporean artist Wei Lieh Lee, the art installation titled River of Life has lit up the hotel’s facade every night since Feb 5, and will continue till Valentine’s Day. 


The light art facing Robertson Quay runs from 8pm to 6am daily. PHOTO CREDIT: GRAND COPTHORNE WATERFRONT HOTEL


“The light up will be especially meaningful for couples who want to celebrate Valentine’s Day with something different,” said the hotel’s general manager Gagan Singh in a press statement on Feb 8. 

The outdoor dining experience along Robertson Quay will continue daily at 4pm to 9.30pm till Feb 14. Reservations need to be made through a phone call at 6733 0880.

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