Love is in the air, but with Valentine’s Day now just three days away, if you haven’t booked a table for a romantic dinner for two on Thursday evening, love may be the last thing you’ll get from your significant other this February 14th. Fortunately for you, there are still plenty of tables left at fantastic restaurants across the UK, so you can book now and pretend that you’ve had Valentine’s Day planned for weeks.
One such restaurant is the incredible Kahani Restaurant in Edinburgh. Situated right in the beating heart of this vibrant and romantic city, whether you’ve booked a long Valentine’s weekend away in Scotland’s charming capital or you’re a local looking for somewhere new to impress your date, Kahani Restaurant is the perfect place for you.
Known for its great home-style Indian cooking, friendly and enthusiastic staff, and BYOB service, sit in the light, airy, and stylish interiors with its black and white checkered flooring, walls adorned with colourful vintage Indian posters and photography that will send you straight to this enchanting country, and Indian-inspired pendant lights hanging from the ceiling, and enjoy a three-course Valentine’s feast you and your partner will never forget.
Cooked up for you in the kitchen by Kahani Restaurant’s award-winning chef and for just £25.95pp, start with scrumptious sharing dishes like malai prawn; prawns marinated in yoghurt, cheese, coriander, and chill, or the adraki chop; tendered lamb chops marinated with fresh ginger and Indian tandoori spices before moving onto one of Kahani’s indulgent mains. Whether you choose the Awadhi ghost, a dish of slow-cooked lamb in brown onions with homemade spices, the fish karahi, a dish of fish cooked with caramelised onion, ginger, garlic and bell pepper, or the saag paneer prepared with homemade cottage cheese and ground spices, you’ll be nothing less than impressed.
The mango kheer or gulab jamun also make the perfect finish to a feast you’ll be thankful you didn’t miss out. Perhaps waiting this long to book a table for Valentine’s Day wasn’t such a bad idea after all? Turn your poor planning into something truly special indeed at Kahani Indian Restaurant.