he scene is all too familiar: waiters clear plate after plate of barely picked-at steamed or saltbaked chicken while porcelain bowls heaped with brown stirfried noodles are left cold and limp on the lazy Susan.
A lot of food goes to waste at wedding banquets. But not if Italian celebrity chef Davide Oldani can help it. Every item carefully arranged on the plate is there for a reason. Marrying seasonal ingredients in innovative ways, Oldani’s modern European menu at Foo’d by Davide Oldani is always exciting. in Oldani’s philosophy of affordable high-quality food, they continue to wow guests in Singapore with each thoughtfully and beautifully plated dish. High culinary standards aside, there are many other factors that draw discerning diners to Foo’d. The flavours of Foo’d are traditional with a modern twist, just like its home at the iconic Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall. Built more than 100 years ago and refurbished in 2014, the stately neoclassical complex is a well-loved national monument that continues to support and showcase the blossoming Singapore arts scene.
With gastronomy now joining music and the arts at the heart of the establishment, any wedding celebration held here is guaranteed to be pulsing with life. Not to mention, the restaurant’s chic design is also easy on the eyes.
Clean white walls and a lofty ceiling supported by grand Corinthian columns set up a classically elegant backdrop for your special day. Seating up to 150 guests, the restaurant is also just cosy enough for more intimate celebrations among friends and family.
Natural light floods into the space through the glass French doors around the room for picture-perfect day events. At night, warm lighting creates an inviting ambience for a homey, relaxed dinner. The restaurant has its own sleek, stylish bar in the corner—a highlight that’s sure to keep everyone in good spirits, no matter the time of day.
Apart from the fine food and refined surroundings, your guests will also appreciate the accessibility of the venue. Most already know the theatre sits just off the scenic Singapore River, close to other landmarks such as the Padang and the Parliament House of Singapore.
With all boxes checked for the ideal wedding venue, you can keep your fingers crossed that planning the rest of your wedding is just as easy.