Where to eat this Valentine’s Day in London
We’ve rounded up some of the best restaurants to celebrate at this Valentine’s Day in London…
Throughout the week, Belgravia’s Ganymede serves up a delicious menu of modern British classics, in the most stylish of settings. Created by Head Chef Charlie Miller and Owner Chef Director Oliver Marlowe, must-tries on the menu include crab and basil ravioli with mussel velouté and chives; aged beef and smoked eel tartare with creamed horseradish and sourdough crostini. (Above and main image).
For a sweet treat this Valentine’s Day, then look no further than Donutelier by Roladin. Dedicated to the most luxurious doughnuts that London has ever seen, Charing Cross Road’s new destination store is inspired by the intricate craftsmanship of the world’s greatest fashion ateliers and set to showcase each step of the intricate doughnut-making and designing process.
If you want to take your Valentine’s Day dining experience to the next level, look no further than the Gaucho. Upgrade to one of the restaurant’s premium booths for £145 and indulge in some of their much-loved dishes from the A La Carte menu. A bottle of Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Brut Rosé and some chocolate truffles will make the evening extra special.
For those of you who are plant-based, book a table at Holy Carrot. The Valentine’s Day menu is priced at £50 per person with a glass of Piper-Heidsieck Essentiel Extra Brut Champagne or £75 per person with a bottle to share. Dine in the main restaurant or escape to a cosy corner of Holy Bar to indulge in their Valentine’s specials.
Michelin-starred chef Peter Joseph’s restaurant off Sloane Square offers deliciously light Indian cuisine. The Valentine’s menu is £115 per person and includes delicate dishes such as wood-smoked masala lamp chops, and rock lobster and crispy squid salad.
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