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Four great restaurants for Valentines Day

Looking for somewhere to go on Valentines Day? With couples fighting hammer and tong for a ‘special spot’ alongside hordes of other romantics, we’ve pulled together four recommendations that tick the valentines box whilst also ensuring a great meal out:


Hoppers

Everybody’s favourite Sri-Lankan is going pink for valentines day. For £35, you’ll get to enjoy a feast of pink hoppers, beetroot dosas, love cake with rose milk to share alongside classics like bonemarrow varuval, lamb kothu and mutton rolls.

Where is it? 49 Frith Street, Soho W1D 4SG or 77 Wigmore Street, Marylebone W1U 1QE


Hutong

Tell your date you’re heading to the 33rd floor of the shard and you’re already winning. Couple that with delicious Northern Chinese fare in an ultra-swish, intimate setting and you’ll have ticked all the boxes. Why not finish the evening in Hutong’s atrium bar and sip cocktails together over the city’s twinkling lights?

Where is it? 31 St Thomas St, London Bridge, SE1 9RY

 


Sorella

Robin Gill’s Amalfi-inspired neighbourhood bistro is offering love birds a £65 five-course regional Italian menu including mushroom parfait agnolotti with black truffle and dexter beef with beetroot and cavolo nero. It’s a solid choice for those looking to enjoy a delicious dinner without overt romance.

Where is it? 148 Clapham Manor St, Clapham SW4 6BX


Kutir

Kutir literally means ‘a small cottage in the middle of nowhere’ and this stylish Chelsea townhouse promises to whisk you away on a culinary journey that pays homage to India’s rich heritage and wildlife. For £55 per head, you’ll get to try some of the most delicious Indian dishes in London on a menu created exclusively for the occasion.

Where is it? 10 Lincoln St, Chelsea SW3 2TS

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