Valentine's Day Restaurants in London

Whether you're after a casual pizza spot to mark your 'situationship' without the pressure, or are looking to relight that flame with a romantic candle-lit dinner, the 14th of February offers the perfect excuse to get out there and sample some of London's very best restaurants with your other half. From sky-high eateries offering Champagne and oysters to luxury hotels and beautiful dining rooms, whatever your budget or taste, you'll be sure to find your dream date night destination in our guide to Valentine's Day Restaurants in London.




Greyhound Cafe

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Looking for an intimate location in the heart of London? Look no further than this Fitzrovia favourite, where you can choose from sumptuous Thai dinner picks, tasty brunch at the weekend and hand-crafted drinks. There's even a stunning terrace if you're looking for a little alfresco lovin'.

Mews of Mayfair

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Treat the one you love to that private members club opulence without forking out for a membership fee at the Mews of Mayfair. Hidden away in a historic courtyard, the restaurant offers premium British cuisine, while the drinks range from vintage champagne to trendy cocktails. This is perfect for a luxury Valentine's Day restaurant in London for your partner.

Quaglino's

8 user reviews 4

One of London's most iconic locations, Quaglino's is an unforgettable space to spend Valentine's Day in London. The art-deco style restaurant will be putting on their usual feast of seafood and British dining in a charmed £100 set menu, along with cocktails that are sheer works of art.

68 and Boston

979 user reviews 4

Aperitivo Hour (Ground floor and lower level only of 68) and 8 other offers

Nested in the heart of Soho, 68 and Boston is a sultry cocktail lounge and restaurant. To celebrate Valentine's Day this year, they're offering a special martini menu in collaboration with Fords Gin (think rose martinis and complimentary oysters), as well as a bottle of Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Champagne along with a plate of Paul A. Young chocolates for £60.

Avenue

2 user reviews 4

If you're looking for a romantic meal in Mayfair this Valentine's Day, then you've come to the right place because Avenue is cooking up a lip-smacking selection that includes oysters and tartare alongside dessert platters and Moët & Chandon Champagne.

Say it with wine and delicious British bites at Humble Grape locations across London. The cool wine bars have taken over interesting venues (including a former crypt) and transformed them into intimate dining and drinking destinations.

What says I love you better than pizza? Head to Radio Alice's Clapham and Hoxton sites, where you can bond over finger-lickin' slices. Dive into vegan creations and homemade dips before toasting to your love with a bottle of craft beer or glass of fizz.

Locale Fulham

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Nestled in the heart of Fulham, Locale is the Mediterranean restaurant that's blending sumptuous plates and impressive drinks with an intimate atmosphere. If you're looking for a romantic meal in west London, then you've come to the right place.

Cabana

1 user review 5

Head to one Cabana's fun venues across the capital this Valentine's Day where they'll be helping you spice up the evening with some excellent food that won't break either of your budgets. Tuck into three courses of delicious food, from cheesy dough balls to crispy cauliflower, washed down with your choice of a cocktail or prosecco.