Where to dine and drink this Valentines

valentines dinner 2019

With Valentine’s Day around the corner we share with you our top picks on where to dine and drink this Valentine’s day with your love.

Le Pont de la Tour is offering London’s most romantic dining spot this Valentine’s as they launch Le Lodge d’Amour, an intimate hut for two complete with a six course tasting menu, champagne, a private waiter and stunning views over Tower Bridge. A Valentine’s Day menu will also be available in the restaurant on 14th February.
Five courses with a glass of Moët and Chandon priced at £150 for two
Six courses with a bottle of Moët and Chandon priced at £200 for two

Bluebird ChelseaRomantic four-course Valentine’s Day menu. To celebrate the most romantic day of the year, Bluebird, situated in charming Chelsea, is putting on a special four-course Valentine’s Day menu to put anyone in the mood of love. On Thursday 14th February, the restaurant will be decorated with an abundance of red as exquisite dishes are served in the restaurant, all of which will be sure to impress any date. Valentine’s Day Menu on Thursday 14th February | Four-course menu £75.

Valentine’s Day Menu at City Social
Gaze upon the stunning London skyline and enjoy Jason Atherton’s Michelin-starred City Social for their special Valentine’s Day menu. Created by Chef Paul Walsh to celebrate the evening in style, the Valentine’s menu will offer diners an elegant and romantic experience from start to finish. Greeted with a glass of rose champagne on arrival, the five-course tasting menu will include dishes such as Orkney scallops, celeriac, pickled pear, shimeji mushrooms, and Rabbit and truffle tortellini, horseradish velouté, sorrel while the indulgent Hazelnut Plaisir sucré, chocolate syrup, biscuit, milk ice cream, is the perfect sweet finish. This limited-edition menu is available for £125 per person and the best way to treat someone special.

A Romantic Evening at Baptist Grill
The Baptist Grill at the spectacular L’Oscar hotel in Holborn is celebrating Valentine’s Day this year with a bespoke menu. Priced at £110 per person, the 4 course menu will commence with Lamb croquettes with dates and rose alongside a glass of bubbles from the Champagne trolley. Choices of starter include the famed aphrodisiac of a Dozen Lindisfarne oysters, six natural and six with chorizo, to be shared between two, whilst main courses feature Cornish cod, soft dill crust, warm tartare sauce. Indulgent desserts to finish include the Chocolate Tasting Selection of dark chocolate fondant with pistachio ice cream, white chocolate and raspberry mousse with rose, milk chocolate and passion fruit mille-feuille.

Bryn Williams at Somerset House
Few London landmarks could provide as an ideal setting for Valentine’s Day romance, and this year Bryn Williams at Somerset House will be offering a five course menu with glass of bubbles for £79.50 a head. Dishes will highlight premium, seasonal ingredients and feature the likes of Burratina, pickled beetroot and Lamb rump, confit lamb potato, butternut squash. To finish, guests can enjoy a suitably indulgent Chocolate bavarois with roses to share.