Good for Unique food and cocktail menu - perfect source of conversation. Price: For a special occasion. Sticks'n'Sushi, Covent Garden Best for: Japanese flavour with Copenhagen flair in Covent Garden This foodie hideaway has cool edge in spades. Good for: Romantic sharing dishes. A variety of globally inspired platters are also available. You could tell terrible jokes all night here and still get a second date. Finish your evening with cocktails in the high ceilinged atrium bar above London's twinkling lights.
We recommend the octopus and chorizo a la plancha seriously, this is unbelievable and the mussels with lemongrass, chilli and ginger. Hakkasan, Mayfair Best for: Chic Cantonese with Michelin-star appeal Dark, glossy and sophisticated, Hakkasan is just the ticket for dressed-up dates. Table choice: Ask to be in the main dining room, but book months in advance! You will not find such great setting in any other restaurant across London. The creative Modern European dishes read: bacon scones are put together by lauded chef Gregory Marchand, and it has one of the best wine lists of any London restaurant. Price: Great value wine, and slightly pricier food. Breakfast is the quietest time to visit; try classics such as buttermilk pancakes, kedgeree, eggs Florentine, and crab and avocado salad.
Price:The tasting menu is £75 a head, the wine pairing £59. Europe has always been famous for its romantic culture and thus its food depicts the same taste as well. The restaurant was opened in 2004 and since that time, it has made a big name in the list of romantic restaurants in London. Standout romantic feature: the exclusivity. Interiors alone, Frescobaldi does what quality Italian restaurants tend to do: produce high-quality dishes made from fresh, hearty ingredients. And the food is just as luxurious as the decor. Yep, thats not a typo, that's just a wine bar that prides sincerity over snootiness.
This is the real deal. Minnow is still offering a waiting list for customers wanting to book on Valentine's Day. The fondus — truffle, blue cheese or plain — are the highlight. Every time I visit this restaurant, their menu and staff never fails to amaze me. From the leg chairs to the taps in the bathroom, Aquavit certainly brings the Midas touch to London.
The restaurant is the highest in London and it has the impressive outlook to match. Not only this restaurant will offer you best service and food but you will also be able to express your love for her in the right way. You can support the venture by donating ingredients such as excess fruit and veg from your allotment. Just remember: shareable dishes can be very romantic, but only if there really is enough for two on the plate. Matthew's Church, in fact, over in Brixton. Standout romantic feature The gold interior.
Price: A meal for two will set you back around £140. While the crispy roast potatoes are staunchly crunchy and exceptionally fluffy. Kick off with cocktails: drinks here are seriously good, with wines and sake carefully chosen to match the complex Cantonese cooking. These tables, with their soft low-lit lamps and generous spacing between them offer privacy and intimacy. Now head over to the outdoor bar for some more sake and even better views.
Check out the artwork on the walls including Picasso and Miro and the individual sculptures on each table. Everything is designed for sharing, a format bound to come in especially handy for keeping the flowing. A few words, also, on the decor. The wine list is also exceptional. The food is spoiling yet simple and, best of all, ideal for sharing between two. Grab two seats at the bar overlooking the chefs as they work and you'll be sure to keep the conversation flowing as you watch them create amazing Middle Eastern-inspired dishes. Standout romantic feature: The evening pianist.
One thing that I can say about this restaurant is that, your mind will be totally blown. The menu includes a delicious selection of oysters and fruits de mer as well as mezze and tapas-style sharing plates and grilled meat and fish from the robata grill. What could be more romantic than dining amidst a soft haze of pink, the colour of love? Table choice: Upstairs where you can get a table at the side of the pathway. Great for a romantic evening. The restaurant too is a pretty dreamy mix of powder pinks, marbles, and gold; and serves a daily-changing menu of seasonal dishes, alongside a small menu of signature cocktails, housemade liquors, and plenty of wine. Heading up the hill with a lover to soak up the sprawling green lawn and Palladian architecture of will put stars even in the eyes of the most jaded Londoner.
Shakespeare was onto something when he declared music the food of love. The Gunma, which you cook yourself, was incredibly tender but almost too much so — melt in your mouth meat can sometimes become a little sickly. From the raw section, the Toro, with black truffle and Yuzu caviar is a delicate delight. Bob Bob Ricard, Soho Best for: For devilishly decadent Deco date nights With its famous 'Press for Champagne' button and a Russian-inspired menu that starts with sub-zero shots of , you'll party like an oligarch at. We recommend getting a really good bottle of wine the Seresin Pinot Noir is excellent , ordering an assortment of starters to share and then following up with steaks plus sides, from the mouth watering mac and cheese to the tenderstem broccoli. So, to cut a long story short, get the fish.