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.
Oft-frequented by London's well-heeled city-slickers, TwoRuba is the sleek cocktail bar hidden away in the Hilton Tower Bridge Hotel. Feast on creative small plates and perfectly paired drinks before dancing the night away in this central London spot.
A name that is synonymous with beautiful brunching, Bourne & Hollingsworth building also knows how to put on a gorgeous dinner offer. Located in Islington, the botany-stuffed townhouse is a plant lover's paradise, complete with a menu of seasonal British dishes.
Located in the heart of Soho, Boulevard Theatre is a quirky, stunning venue that houses live performances in the theatre, mouthwatering food in the restaurant and cocktails at the bar. Treat your date to an all-around evening at this West End.
One of London's most Instagrammed spots, Restaurants Ours has got the goods for a slap-up date. A 10/10 in the looks department, the warehouse-style space is covered head-to-toe in flowers and plants, while the menu will have you muttering sweet nothings with their choice of South American plates.
Tucked away off the bustling streets of Soho, Opium's secret door isn't easy to locate - meaning the crowd here is very exclusive. Once inside you'll find a delightful Dim Sum and cocktail den made from oriental décor and Chinese furniture contrasting with London flourishes.
Aviary boasts spectacular views across London from its heated rooftop terrace, sitting on the tenth floor of the Montcalm Royal London House Hotel in Finsbury Square. Their cocktail list is packed with botanically themed mixes and their a la carte food menu features classic dishes from both the land and sea.
When it comes to Valentine's Day restaurants in London, there's nothing quite like signature cocktails and multi-course dining. Bringing you exactly that, riverside eatery Swan at Shakespeare's Globe is serving up everything from pan-fried scallops and duck breast to red velvet cake with wine pairings.
Bringing a touch of Latin-inspired fun to the heart of Leicester Square, Salvador and Amanda is the perfect place for a sensual Valentine's Day date night. Their special romantic menu includes an arrival drink, charcuterie board, main course, dessert and a rose for only £35 a person.
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.
Looking for a Valentine's Day restaurant with a view? Head to this gorgeous Thameside eatery where you'll get to graze on American and Bristol plates while looking over the ships passing by. Created by the visionary Tom Dixon, it's no wonder Sea Containers is one hot ticket this February.
Fancy a good old rump come Valentine's Day? M Restaurant should be at the top of your list for a excellent steak, with meat sourced from across the globe. If you want something lighter, head to M Raw for high quality sushi and fine wine.
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.
Boasting panoramic views from its 20th-floor location, Mthr is serving a special three-course Valentine's menu this February 14th, complete with chocolate truffles and rosebud tea. You'll even be treated to live music whilst you dine, all for only £36 per person.
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.
Located in the heart of Battersea, Lost Society is an art-deco style drinking den and restaurant. Coming alive on Friday nights, this sultry spot plays host to live music and a huge range of classic and signature cocktails. The perfect spot for a lively Valentine's Day, don't be surprised if dinner ends with dancing on the tables.
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.
Celebrate the day of love with a little fizz as The Milestone adds a Valentine's Day special to its afternoon tea. Book in over the Valentine's weekend and any ladies will receive a complimentary glass of rosé Champagne for that added touch of indulgence.
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'.
Celebrate love with a side of delicious dim sum as Ping Pong Soho is bringing you slick interiors and seriously good food this February 14th. Take part in their couples cocktail masterclass and shake things up with a range of delicious sips, followed by the signature dim sum menu.
Inject some of that famous French passion into your Valentine's Day date night at the gorgeous Cigalon. The Provençal restaurant creates a medley of southern French dishes uses the freshest ingredients, from grilled lamb rump to roasted cod.
Looking for something sexy and sultry this Valentine's Day in Soho? While the area is full of the usual suspects, Hovarda is all about that premium dining experience with stunning interiors supported by a menu of Greek and Turkish-inspired dishes.
Located within the heart of the buzzy West End, Roti Chai serves up modern Indian street food as well as a range of regional specialities on their tandoori grill, meaning whatever you and your boo are looking for, you'll find it here. Looking for a Valentine's meal to remember? Their 'Feast' menu offers four-courses for £38 along with a cocktail on arrival.
This beautiful Canary Wharf restaurant is offering you plenty of opportunities to celebrate with your sweetheart. Make an evening of it with their 'Feast' menu, offering up a delicious four-course Indian feast, whilst watching as the sun sets.
Not only is Skylon promising a grand setting along the Thames, but this modern restaurant and bar has got quite the spread this V-Day. Expect canapés and 4 courses that include the likes of blinis, red prawn ravioli, beef and halibut.
You might not be able to make it to the restaurants this year, but Villa Bianca is still making sure your night is a memorable one. The Hampstead restaurant is delivering its specially-created menu of delicious dishes to houses all over London, meaning you can get your paws on seafood platters, burrata, mille-feuille and more without leaving the house.
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.
With a special Valentine's Day menu that sees scallops, lobster and oozy chocolate fondants paired with Champagne, 14 Hills is a top pick come February 14th. With stunning leafy interiors and pretty dishes, you'll be swooning over this Fenchurch Street restaurant.