8 Best Places in Singapore to Have Your Christmas Dinner in 2022 For Under $50 Per Pax


Last Updated on 2022-12-14 , 9:41 am

Christmas is around the corner, and it is finally time to celebrate the festive Christmas without any heavy COVID-19 restrictions after two years.

If you are thinking of where to go for a hearty Christmas meal, here are some pocket-friendly options (i.e. less than $50 per pax) because, as we know, a Christmas meal can cost hundreds per person.

Burger & Lobster 

With two outlets at Raffles Hotel and Jewel Changi Airport, there are different dishes you can try out.

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For Raffles Hotel, the highlight would be the Champagne Lobster Roll (S$44++). Burger & Lobster partnered with Champagne Telmont to create this unique creation. It is served with Champagne Telmont-infused butter sauce and topped with caviar for extra

They have other highlights besides lobster, including the Mayfair Beef Patty burger (S$15++) and the Texas Waffle Chicken (S$20++).

You can also try out their Christmas edition cocktails, and our favourite one would be the B&L eggnog (S$22++)— with Wild Turkey 81 Bourbon, Remy Martin 1738, Butterscotch, milk, and cream.

At Jewel Changi Airport, try out the popular Lobster Tail Lollipops (S$25++) made from steamed Nova Scotia lobster tails. There are different flavours, including Paprika Butter and Seaweed Butter flavours.

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Get the sharing platter at just S$82++ for four lobster tails. You can add on fries and salad at just S$8++.

Furama Riverfront: Christmas at Kintamani

Switch it up this season with authentic Indonesian cuisine at Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant. 

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Dishes you must try include the Rendang Daging (Beef simmered with Thick Coconut Sauce), Ikan Colo-Colo Bali (Fried Fish with Black Sweet Sauce), and even live carvings of Peha Kambing Bakar (Grilled Lamb Leg).

Dinner costs S$45++ per adult, seniors can enjoy a 30% off promotion, and children enjoy 40% off.

Ichiban Sushi 

Ichiban Sushi is a go-to spot for Japanese cuisine, but they have also upgraded their menu to suit the festive theme.

It is also one of the most affordable options on this list and makes you feel full without ordering other sides.

You can try out the Wafu Gyu Steak Wazen, which does not feel like you have Japanese cuisine. It comes with juicy prawns, salted egg sauce and cheese, smoked duck yuzu salad, and premium beef steak with their in-house special sauce.

All this goodness at just S$26.90? Count me in.

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Check out all their outlets here.


Morganfield’s is well-known for its juicy meat, with its signature dish being the Sticky Bones spare ribs.

Image: Morganfield’s

This Christmas, you can savour festive flavours added to their all-time favourite dishes.

Morgan’s Festive Feast (S$159.90) is good for a family of four. It includes your favourite cuts, such as Chestnut Spare Ribs, Gammon Ham, and Crackling Pork Roast, as well as cornbread and garden salad.

You may view the outlets here.

Little Farms Cafe 

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If you want a healthy dining option this Christmas, you can visit Little Farms Cafe at Tanglin Mall.

They specialise in good quality products of meats and seafood and organic vegetables.

They have festive cuts, including the Christmas Roasted Whole Turkey (S$195) that is good for sharing or the Butchers Roasted Porchetta (S$228).


You can try out the Pumpkin & Feta Salad (S$28), which comprises quinoa, pomegranates, and baby spinach, topped with pumpkins and miso & lemon dressing.

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Frieda Beer Garden & German Restaurant


If you are not a big eater, going for a three-course meal seems more ideal than indulging in a S$100 buffet but only eating one plate of rice there. 

Frieda Beer Garden & German Restaurant offers a three-course festive dinner at just S$49++ per person.

Enjoy the smoked duck breast carpaccio with citrus salad and walnut for the appetiser.

You can either have version saddle (deer meat) served with red cabbage and Swabia noodles or pan-fried seabass for the mains.


Save some room for the dessert—classic Black Forest Cake served in a glass.

La Scala 

What can go wrong with indulging in classic Italian dishes? La Scala offers a three-course set dinner menu at just S$49++ per person.

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You will be served a smoked salmon roll with dill, cream cheese and mesclun for the appetiser.

Next, prepare a delectable plate of Black Ink Spaghetti with prawns, topped with their housemade tomato sauce and brandy.

If you do not feel like having spaghetti, you can opt for the Roasted Haddock Fillet served with mashed potatoes and broccoli.

Lastly, you will be served zabaglione for dessert. It is made with egg yolks, sugar, and sweet wine.

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Featured Image: Burger & Lobster & Furama Riverfront