Still not planned anything special beyond a Valentine’s Day card? With only a few days to go, the pressure is most certainly on. But forget the stress of cooking up a romantic meal at home. Instead, book into one of these Valentine’s Day restaurants and let the professionals do the hard work for you.

Don’t panic – there are still plenty of romantic candlelit tables and swoon-worthy menus available if you know where to look. From pretty pink interiors to special set menus and decadent desserts, these are the best romantic menus in London for a dreamy date night. And if you really want to crank the romance up a notch, book into one of London’s most romantic hotels to round off a perfect night. 


COYA London

This Valentine’s Day, celebrate over an opulent four-course Peruvian style menu at COYA London, in partnership with British luxury fragrance brand, Thameen. Tuck into a Taste of Lima selection including the likes of Anticucho de pollo (chicken, garlic, ají amarillo) and Ceviche de Lubina al Coco (Sea bass, ají limo, plantain, coconut), and enjoy a special Valentine’s Day cocktail, ‘Alma Preciosa’, inspired by Thameen’s Insignia fragrance. 

You’ll also get a sample of Thameen’s most seductive scent, Peregrina.


Where: City / Mayfair


The Mayfair Chippy

Searching for a sumptuous seafood experience for V-day? With high-end chippy-inspired interiors (think chequerboard floors, sea-themed artwork, and cosy booths) and an impressive seafood menu, The Mayfair Chippy is a solid choice for Valentine’s Day feasting. 

Expect a limited-edition Lover’s Afternoon Sea where you’ll indulge in three tiers of locally sourced seafood including sweet crab, mussels, oysters and king prawns, alongside two portions of chips and sourdough bread. Each Lover’s Afternoon Sea is coupled with a bottle of Piper-Heidsieck Champagne, perfect for toasting.


Where: 14 N Audley St, London W1K 6WE



Love is in the air at Annabel’s this Valentine’s Day as the private members club invites its members to a romantic evening to remember at Italian restaurant Matteo’s. The swish spot has created a special menu with decadent offerings like Ravioli of Robiola Cheese, Tema Artichoke & Black Truffle followed by a decadent Passione a Due Cuori (Two Hearts of Passion) dessert.

Toast your Valentine with a glass of Dom Pérignon to a live soundtrack from pianist John Cervantes, and singer Billie Black. Continue the celebrations  in The Japanese Lounge until the early hours with a special Valentines themed cocktail.


Where: 46 Berkeley Square, London W1J 5AT



Hoping to impress your special someone this Valentine’s Day? Look no further than Madison, where you can book a skyline window and take in views of London’s iconic skyline all evening. The romantic rooftop restaurant will be serving up three courses, including Puglian burrata; sirloin steak and garlic butter king prawns with truffled mac ‘n’ cheese; and a raspberry and vanilla mousse heart.

The menu comes in at £99 per person – or £149 if you’re looking to nab one of their sought after window seats.


Where: Rooftop Terrace One, New Change, London EC4M 9AF



An art-deco ballroom, live music and a decadent three course menu might just be the best way to treat your loved one on the 14th. Quaglino’s is celebrating all things love this Valentine’s Day, and with their set menu priced at £165 per person, complete with live music all evening from RuthAnne and Luke Burr, it’s sure to be a night to remember.

Dishes include a whole native grilled lobster and beef filet rossini accompanied by their Key To My Heart Valentine’s Day cocktail. Relax into a night filled with jazz and soul music while you enjoy a romantic meal with someone special.


Where: 16 Bury St, St. James’s, London SW1Y 6AJ



Get Valentine’s ready and book into Bacchanalia, undoubtedly one of London’s most romantic restaurants for February 14th. The opulent Greek and Roman interiors are the perfect backdrop to an intimate evening, and the restaurant is offering a bespoke tasting menu for the occasion, including sharing dishes, delicate desserts and curated cocktails.

The £210 per person sharing menu includes a glass of Perrier-Jouet Grand Brut Champagne, five sharing plates including Fine de Claire Oysters, Red Shrimp Carpaccio and Lobster Paccheri Pasta; and an Aphrodite’s Touch dessert – a unique white chocolate, lychee and rose Valentine’s dessert paired with a bespoke cocktail.


Where: 1-3 Mount St, London W1K 3NA



Dine with panoramic views over the West End on the most romantic day of the year at Tattu, the restaurant known for its modern Chinese food and twinkling blossom trees.

Choose from lip-smacking sharing menus like the ‘Taste of Tattu Modern Chinese’ or the ‘Emperor’s Choice’, tuck into a sensational Shen Garden dessert, and wash it all down with a Shanghai Rose cocktail.


Where: The Now Building Rooftop, Outernet, Denmark St, London WC2H 0LA


The Ivy Chelsea Garden

The Ivy Chelsea Garden is the perfect place to head this Valentine’s Day, where’ll you enjoy a delightful £75 set menu in a romantic Chelsea restaurant. Beginning with a Glass of Veuve Clicquot Rosé Champagne on arrival, you’ll enjoy dishes like truffle arancini, duck liver parfait, and a succulent fillet of beef, before enjoying a Raspberry Heart Mille Feuille for two.

There’ll also be limited edition Valentine’s cocktails on offer, including a ‘Passionberry Martini’ with Citric blend, Creme de Fraise, passion fruit syrup and Prosecco; and a ‘Heartbreaker On The Rocks’ with Makers Mark Bourbon, Antica Formula, Cherry Heering, Chocolate wine and a dash of Campari.


Where: 195 – 197 King’s Rd, London SW3 5EQ


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The Lane

Fancy a wow-worthy afternoon tea come Valentine’s Day? The Lane should be at the top of your list, with a signature afternoon tea from Lily Vanilli served in the stunning Grand Saloon. Expect layered chocolate sponge with pink icing and red love hearts, mini sticky toffee with custard oozing from the centre and pink lemonade tarts topped with meringue.

Savoury bites include madeleines topped with lapsang-souchong glazed salmon and pickled fennel, bitesize cannelés with goats cheese and pickled beetroot, and Lily’s signature puff pastry sausage roll made with Cornish sausage meat. And of course, it wouldn’t be afternoon tea without scones. Warm scones will be brought to the table with salted whipped butter, cream and homemade jam while you sip on Rare Tea Company teas and a glass of champagne.


Where: Catherine St, London WC2B 5JF


El Norte

El Norte makes the perfect choice of Valentine’s Day restaurants with their Yin & Yang cocktails. Yin is a perfect balance of smoky and fruity made with mezcal, tequila, wild berry’s puree, Cointreau, lime juice and fresh grenadine. Yang is silky, velvety and sweet, made with Pisco, egg white, lemon juice, wild berries and mint leaves.

Sip your cocktails and tuck into the heart shaped Strawberry Cheesecake together to finish off your loved up meal.


Where: 19-20 Dover St, London W1S 4LU



Marvel at the magic of London’s lights below you at the highest hotel bar in Western Europe this Valentine’s Day. Your front row seat to the city skyline comes complete with rose petals, a bottle of Bollinger Special Cuvée, a Love Cocktail, a Japanese sharing platter and a delicious dessert in the most romantic of settings, accompanied by a live DJ set.

GŎNG’s extensive cocktail menu will feature the GŎNG N5 cocktail made with Herradura Plata pink peppercorn, Red Verjus, Cocchi Rosa, lychee liqueur and ginger beer. Even better – you’ll receive an Asian-inspired Love Potion bottled cocktail, chocolates, a single fresh rose and macarons to take home as a token of a memorable Valentine’s celebration.

Available from 10th – 14th February at £460 per couple, it’s a sky-high Valentine’s experience not to be missed.


Where: Level 52, Shangri-La The Shard, 31 St Thomas St, London SE1 9QU


Arros QD

Want a Valentine’s supper surprise? Leave the menu choice to the culinary team behind Spanish restaurant Arros QD. 

Serving up a limited edition romantic Omakase Tasting Menu, your date night will be an unforgettable culinary journey through seven courses that will only be revealed upon arrival at the restaurant. A Japanese phrase that means ‘I’ll trust the chef’, this is set to be a uniquely show-stopping take on Mediterranean cuisine – leaving your drink as the only order you need to worry about. 

Available from 12pm, on the 10th, 11th, 13th and 14th February at £85pp



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where: 64 Eastcastle street, w1w 8nq


Rake’s Café Bar

Not only does Andaz London Liverpool Street offer up a wow-factor place to stay on Valentine’s night, Rake’s Café Bar downstairs has got quite the Valentine’s Day cocktail menu for a romantic tipple too.

Expect  the ‘Rake’s Love Affair’, a mixture of Gin, Lanique and Tangerine Shrub, and Rosemary Black Olive tonic water; and the Shape of My Heart, combining Gin, Lanique, Lemon Juice and Cranberry, topped up with Soda Peach & Jasmine.


Where: 40 Liverpool St, London EC2M 7QN


The Pem

Celebrate love at The Pem, one of London’s most beautiful restaurants decked out in pink and scarlet hues. Tuck into seriously good food with a tasting menu to reflect the colours of love – each dish flaunting shades of vibrant crimson, deep pink, and soft rose.

After a glass of Bollinger Rosé Brut on arrival, you’ll be treated to the likes of Seared Cumbrian Rose Veal, Poached Dorset Lobster, and a decadent dessert of Manjari chocolate, blood orange, Marcona almond and honeycomb.


Where: 22-28 Broadway, London SW1H 0BH


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A love-inspired Skyline Afternoon Tea will be served at the wisteria clad TĪNG Lounge this Valentine’s Day, featuring a showstopping miniature white chocolate and passion fruit Shard building for two to share. Perfect when paired with fragrant rosebud tea, a selection of finger sandwiches will be served including coronation chicken, smoked salmon and cucumber, classic Reuben and truffle egg and cress. Savouries such as beetroot heart with hibiscus powder, and prawn cocktail with Marie Rose will follow. Freshly baked sweet and savoury scones accompanied by strawberry jam and clotted cream will lead into a selection of specially-curated desserts including elderflower sponge with strawberry cream and jelly, pistachio profiterole and a heart-shaped pastry filled with white chocolate mousse. 

The afternoon tea is available from 7th February – 8th May 2023, priced at £71 per person, or £81 with a glass of Champagne. 


Where: Level 35, 31 St Thomas St, London SE1 9QU


Wright Brothers

If you’re on the hunt for only the freshest seafood this Valentine’s Day, Wright Brothers is one to book.

Start your evening with a selection of delicious oysters, paired with Wright Brothers Piper-Heidsieck Essentiel Champagne (a delicious aphrodisiac combination to set the mood), before choosing from main dishes like Whole Brixham Dover sole meunière; whole lobster with garlic butter; mussels infused with Thai red curry sauce; and Surf & Turf.


Where: Battersea / Borough / South Kensington


Sparrow Italia

Classy Mayfair restaurant Sparrow Italia is the place to go for sustainably sourced, traditional Mediterranean dishes this Valentine’s – from the incredible Cacio e Pepe to the A5 Carpaccio.

Mark the occasion by toasting with unique cocktails created just for Valentine’s Day, including Lake Como Days with beefeater gin, Appleton estate rum, strawberry syrup, and gold dust; and the Basilicata, made with Amaro Lucano, strawberry, Aperol, Campari, lemon, simple syrup, basil – served to you in a mist of smokey strawberry air.


Where: 1-3 Avery Row, London W1K 4AJ


Pan Pacific London

Delicious food in a dreamy hotel, Pan Pacific London is the perfect place to wine and dine your other half this Valentine’s Day. Indulge in a Valentine’s Menu at Straits Kitchen for £128pp, including Hot and Sour Native Lobster Soup, Berkshire Iberico Crispy Pork Belly, and a Cherish The Love dessert – a floating heart filled with petit fours.

Afterwards, make sure to head to in-house cocktail bar Ginger Lily for a Mon Amon cocktail to share. Made with Amaro Montenegro, Lemon and Sweetener, and topped with Champagne Deutz, it’s served on a green stone with chocolate and raspberry leather as a garnish.


Where: 80 Houndsditch, London EC3A 7AB



Only available on February 14th, Zuaya will be serving the Cupid cocktail, encapsulating the Roman god of love in one delicious drink. Made with Belvedere Vodka, St German infused with wild raspberries, fresh lime juice and mint leaves, it might even make you fall in love with your date… (that is, if you drink enough of them).

Enjoy your loved up cocktails against the jungle background alongside the heart-shaped Alfajor – a Peruvian pastry filled with a decadent dulce de leche.


Where: 35B Kensington High St, London W8 5EB


La Poule Au Pot

Incredibly charming French restaurant La Poule au Pot makes an extremely cosy spot for a romantic evening. The restaurant opened in 1962, and hasn’t changed much since, with intimate nooks and festoons of dried flowers and candles.

Come here on Valentine’s a tuck into a special menu, only available on February 14th. The decadent three-course meal will allow you to choose from French classics like escargot, coquilles Saint-Jacques (scallops), confit de canard (duck leg cooked in its own jus), tarte tatin and mousse au chocolat. For £75 per person, it’s a great chance to try out what’s undeniably one of London’s most romantic Valentine’s Day restaurants.


Where: 231 Ebury St, London SW1W 8UT


The Milestone Hotel & Residences

Set in a Grade II listed building, five-star The Milestone Hotel & Residences sits perfectly opposite Kensington Palace with stunning views across Kensington Gardens. Steeped in history and just a stone’s throw from some of London’s most iconic landmarks, couples can look forward to a romantic evening spent in one of the most intimate and elegant settings to be found – The Oratory. 

Part of the original chapel of the building with room to seat just eight guests, The Oratory sets the perfect scene for a memorable dining experience. Offering a specially curated seven-course tasting menu, complete with champagne sabering, rose petals and a live harpist to play gently into the evening, you’ll feel truly indulged, with plates including hand dived scallops, winter truffle agnolotti served with pecorino and oysters with champagne sabayon, finishing up with salted caramel parfait with espresso syrup and hazelnut praline. 


Where:1-3 Kensington Ct, London W8 5PG


14 Hills

One of the city’s most leafy restaurants, 14 Hills is an unforgettable place to spend Valentine’s Day in London.

The Fenchurch Street restaurant will be pulling out all the stops with a feast of chicken liver parfait, black truffle risotto, Hereford beef filet, pavlova and more on a £90 set menu, alongside a special gift bag from Molton Brown.


Where: 14th floor, 120 Fenchurch St, London EC3M 5AL


The Northall at Corinthia London

A restaurant synonymous with great food, The Northall’s celebrated Valentine’s Day menu returns for the most romantic day of the year.

Created by Executive chef, André Garrett and Head Pastry Chef, Yago Doamo, the stunning £125 dinner will include dishes like Buttermilk Fried Norfolk Quail; Pot Roasted Herbed Norfolk Black Leg Chicken Breast; and Pecan, Salted Caramel and Milk Chocolate Entremet, complete with a glass of Laurent-Perrier La Cuvée Brut Champagne.


Where: 10a Northumberland Ave, London WC2N 5AE


Pivot Bar & Bistro

Spend your Valentine’s Day overlooking the iconic Covent Garden Piazza with dinner at Pivot Bar & Bistro. Serving up an incredible three course menu for just £45, Pivot is not one to be missed between the 11th and 14th February (especially when they’re giving out a free glass of bubbles).

For starters, choose between the traditional Chicken Liver Pate, the English Asparagus with a Poached Egg and Truffle Hollandaise, or the Seared Scallops. For mains, The Burrata & Heirloom Tomatoes, the Fillet of Beef, or the Pan Seared Sea Bass are available with a choice of side. Finish the meal on a sweet note with the Warm Cookie Dough, the decadent Chocolate Mousse, or the Apple Tarte Tartin. If the romantic setting isn’t enough, then really get the love flowing with Pivot’s Floral Negroni, or their Love & Passion Margarita. 


Where: 3 Henrietta St, London WC2E 8LU


CORD by Le Cordon Bleu

CORD by Le Cordon Bleu will be showcasing the very best of their seasonal store cupboard this Valentine’s Day with a luxurious five course tasting menu, including a welcome drink and amuse bouche on arrival.

Highlight dishes will include confit foie gras, smoked beetroot on toasted brioche; hand-dived scallops served with ginger and citrus and beurre blanc; black truffle and pumpkin risotto with confit of onion; and a delicately hand-made raspberry and dark chocolate tart with cocoa nibs, rose and raspberry gel.

Priced at £145 per person, the tasting menu is available on 14th February and offers a wine pairing option for an additional £70 per person.


Where: 85 Fleet St, London EC4Y 1AE


The Montagu Kitchen & Lounge

Looking for Valentine’s Day restaurants near Oxford Street? Head to The Montagu Kitchen & Lounge at Hyatt Regency London-The Churchill for a luxurious meal in a five star hotel.

For £110pp, enjoy a welcome glass of champagne and wine, and dig into a four-course meal to a soundtrack of live music. Think Scottish Lobster Tart with Finger Lime and Kohrabi; Packington Estate Venison with Parsnips, Anna Potato, and Red Wine Jus; and the Raspberry and Lychee Hearts with Grapefruit and Brownie.


Where: 30 Portman Square, London W1H 7BH


The George

We’re big fans of Fitzrovia gastropub The George, and from 13th-19th February, they’ll be offering couples a special three-course Valentine’s Day menu alongside an Oyster and Martini flight.

On Valentine’s Day, book in for a £70 three-course menu starting with a Caramelised Onion Tart with Berkswell and a Waldorf Salad; a Steak Rossini with foie gras, beef fat brioche and Madiera jus; and a 70% Chocolate Tart with buttermilk ice cream for dessert – chocolate heaven.


Where: 55 Great Portland St, London W1W 7LQ


Hithe + Seek

If a gorgeous wine bar is what you’re looking for – then Hithe + Seek might be for you this Valentine’s Day. This riverside spot’s Valentine’s menu is available to book from 10-15th February, at £110 per person, and comes with eight sharing plates, including raclette fondue, the Wagyu Rye sandwich, and pink taglione with langoustines, girolles, and winter truffles. The menu will be paired with a glass of Taittinger Brut Champagne, half a bottle of white, half a bottle of red, and a French Martini to finish. 

Part of the Westin London City, the hotel is also home to restaurant Mosaic, which has a special four-course menu for £85pp for you and your loved one to indulge in this Valentine’s Day. Even better, there’s half a bottle of Taittinger Brut Champagne included.


Where: 60 Upper Thames St., London EC4V 3AD



Celebrating Valentine’s, Galentine’s, Palentine’s, or even a date with your pooch? Date night just got better with Bill’s limited-edition pancakes and cocktails, a special set menu, and shareable sweet treats.

The set menu is complete with two courses as well as a special Valentine’s Day cocktail, for just £29.95, and if you’re looking to skip straight to sweetness, try the Loved Up Stack – a bundle of fluffy buttermilk pancakes with clotted cream ice cream, pancake syrup and strawberry & dark chocolate sauce for £8.


Where: Multiple Locations


116 Pall Mall

Enjoy a decadent dinner in the magnificent Georgian surroundings of 116 Pall Mall as it opens its doors for an exclusive dinner service in the Carlton Brasserie on Valentine’s Day – complete with a special performance by professional jazz and soul singer Maxyne Ryan. With a sweeping staircase and glittering 15ft chandelier, it’s quite the picture-perfect spot for a loved up dinner.

Start your evening with a glass of Moët & Chandon and oysters before the main event, including the likes of poached native lobster with veal sweetbread, grapefruit and vanilla; Highland venison roasted loin with braised haunch, beetroot and chocolate jus; and a Passion fruit, raspberry and lime curd pavlova for two to finish – all for £95pp). Diners will also be treated to a complimentary gift on the day.


Where: 116 Pall Mall, St. James’s, London SW1Y 5ED


The Franklin Restaurant by Alfredo Russo

Designed to celebrate the month of Love, Michelin-starred Chef Alfredo Russo and Head Chef Claudio Covino have created a special menu for an exclusive Valentine’s dinner at The Franklin Restaurant. From Seabass Carpaccio with fennel, blood orange and liquorice sorbet to The Franklin Kiss made by an open lobster and hawthorn ravioli pasta, there’s a number of delicious dishes on offer. 

Do make sure to keep room for a romantic dessert – a chocolate heart served with passionfruit.

Where: Southwell House, 24 Egerton Gardens, London SW3 2DB

The Curry Room at The Rubens Hotel

Sometimes, you just can’t beat a curry on date night, and the exquisite Curry Room at The Rubens serves an inspired three-course menu created by Chef Arun Kumar, alongside an exceptional Thali. The intimate and comfortable setting of the restaurant incorporates Rajasthani hand embroidery and rich red colours that reflect the vibrant diversity of the dishes. Enjoy The Curry Room Set Menu with a glass of Champagne for £210 per couple.

Elsewhere in the hotel, there’s champagne and sharing plates in The New York Bar, and The English Grill serving up six courses of exquisite fine dining – so you can take your pick of dreamy date nights.


Where: 39 Buckingham Palace Rd, London SW1W 0PS


Long Bar

Wine and dine with your significant other at Long Bar at Sanderson London and treat them to the ultimate Valentine’s set menu in collaboration with Whispering Angel. Enjoy a tempura Colchester native oyster with ponzu dressing paired with Rocke Angel, smoked confetti of Scottish salmon with chilli, coriander, blood orange and pickled fennel paired with Whispering Angel.

There’s also special Valentine Cocktails like Pretty in Pink – Belvedere vodka, fair passion fruit liquor, Aperol, Noilly prat, Whispering Angel Rose, rhubarb biter and orange essential oils; and Charlie’s Angels, made with The Botanist Gin, watermelon liquor, lychee, Whispering Angel Rose, Italian bitter, bergamot tonic water and grapefruit essential oil.


Where: 50 Berners St, London W1T 3NG


The Lanesborough Grill

One of the most stunning restaurants in London, The Lanesborough Grill is the perfect setting for a romantic lunch, and they’re serving up a special three-course Sunday Lunch menu on Sunday 12th February to celebrate the weekend of love. At £95 per person, you’ll enjoy a crisp glass of Rosé Champagne on arrival, followed by the Sunday Lunch menu including a choice of signature dishes like Coronation crab salad, Lindisfarne oysters, and roast sirloin of Hereford Beef and Yorkshire Pudding.

On the 11th, 12th and 14th February, they’ll also be serving a Valentine’s Afternoon Tea including savoury bites, delicious scones, and sweet treat highlights including The Apple Blossom with apple mascarpone mousse, caramel apple compote and fresh apple blossom; The Dark Chocolate and Jasmine Fudge Cake; and The White Chocolate and Honeybee – a bee shape cake with white chocolate, yoghurt, and a heather honey ganache.

And if you fancy a romantic dinner on the big day itself, the softly lit chandeliers will create the perfect setting for a romantic evening over a five-course menu. Enjoy a glass of chilled Rosé Champagne on arrival and savour seabream tartar, grilled langoustine and ricotta gnocchi; Ruby Red Beef with a short rib croquette with a lobster bearnaise; and delicious desserts of passion fruit cream, matcha tea, Black Forest gateaux, or cherry sorbet.


Where: Hyde Park Corner, London SW1X 7TA



With a special Valentine’s Day set menu that includes Carlingford oysters, cured chalk stream trout, mushroom parfait and Chelsea tart, Fallow is a top pick of ours come February 14th.

With flavour-packed, delicious and sustainably-focused dishes, you’ll be left swooning.


Where: 52 Haymarket, St. James’s, London SW1Y 4RP


Swan London

Not only does the Swan have the most romantic views of the River Thames and Shakespeare’s Globe, it’s also serving up a stunning set menu for Valentine’s Day, including Dorset Crab and Fennel Cream, Gressingham Corn-Fed Chicken Breast and Leg, and Yorkshire Rhubarb Mousse. There’ll also be special cocktails on offer, like the ‘St. Valentine’s Martini’ made with Finlandia vodka, aperol, grenadine, lemon juice, passion fruit foam and raspberry dust; and ‘Love Potion’ – an Earl Grey infused Bombay Sapphire with honey and blackberry in a small potion bottle, poured over prosecco.

And if that wasn’t enough? They’re also serving stunning a Romeo & Juliet inspired afternoon tea in the restaurant – perfectly romantic.


Where: 21 New Globe Walk, Bankside, London SE1 9DT


Eastway Brasserie

Swap the roses and chocolate for stand-out experiences at Eastway Brasserie this Valentine’s Day. Through the finest of flavour combinations, a special six-course menu has been curated with the aim of providing an experience for couples – each course playing a special role in your evening of romance. 

For £70 per person, make your way through delicacies like Oysters & Oscietra Caviar and Truffle Soup to start, before letting the rich flavours of Yellowfin Tuna Foie Gras and Lobster & Champagne Sabayón take centre stage. 

Take a journey through Beef Fillet & Wild Mushrooms before melting into the evening with Somerset Brie Cheese and a shared Chocolate Bavarian dessert, presented with an extra showering of Valentine’s love. You’ll also get glass of prosecco or house wine.

Where: 40 Liverpool St, London EC2M 7QN

Bar + Block

If you’re looking for a great value Valentine’s date with your other half, then venture to one of Bar + Block’s restaurants for a three-course menu. Not only will there be heaps of steak on offer (think ‘Melt My Heart’ steak sourced from breeds renowned for their taste and tenderness, and Chateaubriand for two), but there’ll also be indulgent sides like truffle mac n’ cheese.

Wash it down with a Pink Gin Kiss – Gordon’s Premium Pink Gin shaken with Raspberry puree, Pineapple Juice and Sour mix, finished with a red shimmer heart.


Where: Multiple Locations



With the most romantic day of the year just around the corner, make it extra special and spoil your loved one at Michelin-starred Angler, where there’s a special six-course menu to fall in love with.

Lose yourself in hand-picked Devon crab, sea bass tartare and much more for £160 per person.


Where: 3 South Pl, London EC2M 2AF


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This February, [email protected] has put together a delectable four-course Valentine’s Day dinner menu available for £120 per couple.

Kick off your dining experience with an amuse-bouche of strawberry cappuccino with delicately placed crumbled feta, followed by a choice of togarashi-crusted seared tuna with dragon fruit carpaccio or a superfood salad with mix leaves, sprouts, pomegranate, beetroots, blueberries and molasses dressing can be savoured. The choice of main courses includes chimichurri duck leg, spinach ricotta tortellini, and duck paneer wellington heart with garlic spinach and tomato butter emulsion. 

To finish, devour a decadent dessert with a choice of raspberry chocolate entremet with rose and Champagne jelly, or a rose and lychee cheesecake both served alongside raspberry sorbet and red velvet crumble. 


Where: 51 Buckingham Gate, SW1E 6AF London



Cabaret hotspot Proud offers something different for Valentine’s Day, with a fabulously entertaining theatrical dinner within suitably glitzy surroundings. The new show, West Side Cabaret Story, is an outrageous cabaret twist on a timeless love story, where spectacular dancers, acrobats, circus performers, aerialists and fire breathers bring life, energy, and passion to the west end stage. 

From three-courses to ten-courses, indulge in an exquisite fine dining menu, and ice cold cocktails as you watch the show unfold around you.


Where: 8 Victoria Embankment, London WC2R 2AB


The Prince Akatoki

The Prince Akatoki team have pulled out all the stops this Valentine’s Day, with an exclusive Valentines tasting menu featuring the likes of sashimi and nigiri, lobster croquettes and steamed baby leaks glazed with truffle butter sauce.

To top it all off, there’s also a bespoke cocktail menu inspired by Japan and classic Valentines flavours.


Where: 50 Great Cumberland Pl, Marble Arch, London W1H 7FD


The Richmond Club

With a delicious Chef’s choice menu, fine wines and award-winning beers, Valentine’s Day at The Richmond Club is the perfect opportunity to celebrate romance and all things love.

Perfect for a dinner for two, make the evening even more memorable by cracking open a bottle from their premier range of champagnes.


Where: 115-117 Kew Rd, Richmond TW9 2PN


Dalloway Terrace

Love is in the air at Dalloway Terrace, where friends and lovers alike can bond over a set menu designed to bring people closer together. Available from the 10th-14th February, enjoy three delicious courses, including a sharing Le Gruyere Premier Cru Fondue, and the Love, Passion & Spice parfait filled with delicate layers of red velvet sponge, raspberry and pink peppercorn cream, and finished with passionfruit coulis.

And because Valentine’s is a celebration of love – in every form – all pooches that dine at Dalloway in February will be treated to a delicious pup-cake from pet-friendly bakery and boutique, Life of Riley.


Where: 16-22 Great Russell St, London WC1B 3NN


The London Cabaret Club

Earn a place in your partner’s good books by booking a ticket to the London Cabaret Club’s ‘Gatsby With Love’ show this Valentine’s Day. A celebration of all things love, the iconic Bloomsbury Ballroom will be transformed into a romantically rose-covered setting, and guests are encouraged to dress to impress.

Expect welcome drinks, an intimate gourmet candle lit dinner, and world-class performances set to classic love songs in 1920s glittering splendour. Menu highlights include Diver Scallops, pan-seared Halibut, and a dark chocolate and cherry fondant and ticket packages range from £75 – £260.


Where: Victoria House, Bloomsbury Square, London WC1B 4DA


La Trattoria by Alfredo Russo

An undeniably romantic cuisine, recreate the iconic spaghetti scene from Lady & The Tramp during a candlelit dinner at Italian restaurant La Trattoria by Alfredo Russo.

On the 14th February, for lunch or dinner, you can enjoy a three-course set menu, including a state-of-the-art Risotto to a superb Pelham Caramel Kiss dessert with pine nuts and crunchy raspberry on a bed of shortcrust pastry. Cosy up and gaze into each other’s eyes over an authentic Italian meal.


Where: 15 Cromwell Pl, South Kensington, London SW7 2LA


Gordon Ramsay Academy

As a special treat for you and your other half, why not book an experience where you get to cook, eat and share your foodie passions together? The Gordon Ramsay Academy is feeling the love this Valentine’s Day, offering couples a multitude of cookery classes to keep the romance alive.

On February 14th, they’re holding a special Valentine’s Day class where couples can work together to prepare a decadent meal of pan-fried duck, charred chicory and a creamy bean purée with a rich jus, followed by a gorgeously gooey chocolate pudding to share. And, of course, there’ll be a glass of fizz to start, and a glass of wine to enjoy as you’re indulging in your finished dish.


Where: 57-61 Commercial Way, Woking GU21 6HN



Add an eclectic and vibrant twist to your Valentine’s Day celebrations this year with a specially curated, three-course dinner at bbar. From pan-fried scallops to potted salt beef, or a selection of vegan options, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Available from 5.30 pm between 11th and 19th February at £45 per person.


Where: 43 Buckingham Palace Rd, London SW1W 0PP


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