Check out this roundup of our favourite Valentine’s offerings across London, including some indulgent deals, divine afternoon tea and frisky menus.

The Grill by Tom Booton’s Valentine’s Menu

The Grill by Tom Booton, The Dorchester’s fabled modern British restaurant, will offer a special Valentine’s Menu for diners looking to celebrate the occasion. Tom Booton, one of London’s most exciting talents, has crafted a special six-course menu. Snacks such as Oysters with caviar and dill are followed by dishes including Lobster ravioli, a Beef Wellington to share and White Chocolate tart, rhubarb and custard for dessert. With open cooking stations, trademark gilded interiors, and an interactive four-seater Chef’s Counter, diners will feel a sense of theatre throughout. £130pp, to be taken by the whole table.

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All the Aphrodisiacs at The Libertine

Venture away from the busy streets of The City and down within the Grade-II listed vaults of the Royal Exchange to The Libertine, which promises an unforgettable evening of romance paired with delicious food. With a loved one, indulge in a menu of famously amorous foods to commemorate the occasion. Begin with oysters, iconic aphrodisiacs, before enjoying a delicious steak alongside red wine. Rich, indulgent chocolate desserts such as chocolate orange torte are perfect for ending the evening on a sweet note.


Indulgent oysters at Pearly Queen – the new Oyster Bar and Restaurant from Chef Tom Brown

For centuries, oysters have earned their reputation as the ultimate aphrodisiac – their sensuous silky texture and briny flavours are known to awaken desire and set the stage for an evening of connection and intimacy. Pearly Queen offers an array of oyster dishes, from raw to dressed oysters perfectly crafted to elevate your Valentine’s Day experience. The ideal way to start your meal at Shoreditch’s hottest new spot.


Champagne and oysters at TOKii, Marylebone

Ignite romance this Valentine’s Day at The Prince Akatoki, where passion meets perfection. Priced at just £100, the hotel restaurant is offering a special Valentine’s menu where guests can enjoy a glass of Champagne and an exclusive Valentine’s Day feast. Start with Jersey rock oysters, Japanese dressing, and Oscietra caviar and indulge in asparagus with crispy quail eggs, lobster croquettes, and more. For the main course, savour steamed halibut or Dedham Vale 28-day aged beef fillet with a medley of delectable sides. Conclude the night with a chocolate and passion fruit delice and mini apple-cinnamon doughnuts. Vegetarian options are equally enticing.


A Sicilian Tasting Menu at Norma

Norma, the Fitzrovia destination for vibrant Sicilian-inspired cuisine will enchant couples with a special Tasting Menu on Valentine’s Day. Offering beautiful interiors, styled marbled booths and cosy nooks, Norma offers the perfect starry-eyed atmosphere to celebrate. Norma’s menu will include Kale pesto arancino, Stuffed beetroot gnocchi, Pork fillet and Cardamon and rose pannacotta for dessert. Tasting menu priced at £65pp.

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The Promenade at The Dorchester: Valentine’s Afternoon Tea

The Dorchester will offer a special Valentine’s afternoon tea set against the extraordinary backdrop of The Promenade, adorned with elegant décor and bathed in soft, romantic lighting. The afternoon tea will include a selection of delicate finger sandwiches, freshly baked scones and pastries including Cherry blossom rouladeCoconut choux; and Rose and pear tart. Champagne afternoon tea starts at £125pp (including a glass of Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Brut).

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The Tea Room’s Valentine’s Day Afternoon Tea at The Biltmore Mayfair

From 13th to 15th February, guests are invited to savour the essence of love through Biltmore’s luxury Valentine’s Afternoon Tea, featuring meticulously crafted sandwiches such as Guinea fowl with truffle mascarpone and smoked salmon with lemon cream cheese. The experience extends to savoury creations such as cheese scones with smoked ricotta and mushroom parfait with choux. Culminating in warm sultana and plain buttermilk scones served with Cornish clotted cream and preserves, the celebration offers a choice of fine teas from the trolley or the option to add a touch of sparkle with champagne. The sweet finale awaits with delectable desserts, including ‘The Letter’ with milk chocolate mousse and caramelized banana. Prices start at £80 per person, with options for champagne or bottomless prosecco.


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