be My Valentine; Where to Eat Out in London

Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and the capital is going to have romance running through its streets on February 14th. You’ll have no trouble finding a delectable dining destination for a Valentine’s feast as we’ve rounded up the top spots not to be missed.

Be My Valentine: Where to Eat Out in London

St Pancras Renaissance Hotel London
The Booking Office
This impressive modern British restaurant will wow with its five-course Valentine’s menu, available from 6pm until 9.30pm on 14th February. Oysters, Cornish scallops, braised ox cheek, and pumpkin gnocchi will grace the gorgeous menu, and for dessert, there’s dark chocolate and raspberry mousse for him and white chocolate macaroon for her. This delightful treat can be had for £79 per person.

There will also be a Valentine’s weekend menu available from 6pm-10pm on 11th and 12th February if you can’t make it on the day. To book, click here.

Hansom Lounge
Now the gateway to the iconic St Pancras Renaissance Hotel London, Hansom Lounge is a truly unique and beautiful space that’s perfect for treating a loved one to the Lover’s Afternoon Tea, including a glass of Veuve Clicquot Rose Champagne and will be available on  11th, 12th and 14th February. Take your time over the dainty treats and listen to the harpist, who will be performing during the weekend. Available on 11th, 12th and 14th February, the Lover’s Afternoon tea and a glass of rose will cost £55 per person. To book, click here. 

Be My Valentine: Where to Eat Out in London

Town House at The Kensington
Guests are invited to celebrate Valentine’s Day in Town House’s intimate dining rooms with a special three-course menu. The Valentine’s Day menu will be available for dinner on Tuesday 14th of February at £55 per person. Tempura oysters, marinated salmon, and slow-cooked neck of Cornish lamb with artichoke and wood-roasted peperonata are star dishes making an appearance on the menu. How utterly delicious does the dark chocolate delice with raspberry sorbet or caramelised banana with honeycomb, and rum and raisin ice cream sound?

Be My Valentine: Where to Eat Out in London

Dans Le Noir
Dans le Noir offers a sensory journey like no other as guests dine in complete darkness. Love is all about sharing, especially when it comes to the cuisine here. The special five-course lover menu will include Champagne and canapés on arrival along with a starter, shared main, medley of cheeses and dessert and four glasses of carefully matched wine. Vegetarian and non-alcoholic versions are available and three different sessions will be held on the night. A five-course menu is £99 per person.

Be My Valentine: Where to Eat Out in London

The Northall at Corinthia Hotel London
Attention to detail, immaculate presentation and wonderful British cuisine are key words at The Northall at Corinthia Hotel London. Celebrate in style with Laurent-Perrier Brut Champagne, amuse-bouches, and mains of perhaps wild sea bass with lavage and crab risotto, Parmesan foam and sea herbs or the maple glaze venison fillet infused with star anise. Finish with delectable sweet treats made by pâtissier Helen Vass and a live jazz band. Enjoy the stunning speciality menu for £95 per person.

Be My Valentine: Where to Eat Out in London

Fish!
What better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than to sample some delicious seafood at fish! located in Borough Market? Treat your loved one to fresh lobster and oysters (which are aphrodisiac foods meant to spark romance) and wash it all down with plenty of Champagne. Look out for the Valentine’s specials on the night and dive in. For more information, click here.

Be My Valentine: Where to Eat Out in London

London Steakhouse Co.
Well-loved British cuisine is the order the day at London Steakhouse Co. restaurants. Kick things off with a glass of Champagne on arrival before tucking in to the expertly designed three-course menu –you’ll be spoilt for choice. The relaxing and comforting atmosphere of the luxurious restaurants provides the perfect backdrop for a night spent with that special someone. The three-course menu and Champagne is priced at £49 per person.

Joele Forrester

Joele Forrester

Joele feels Hermione Granger’s pain of having a strange name and longs for people to be able to pronounce her name correctly (like guacamole!). Never one to take the lift, she still gets out of breath climbing the three flights of stairs to the office and is a lover of bookshops, vegetarian food and flavoured tea.

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