If your looking for something to make your Valentines evening, magic and unique take a look at our insiders guide and sit at the most exclusive tables in the capital.
Table Lumière, The Dorchester
Cocooned by a luminescent oval curtain, the table is surrounded by 4,500 shimmering fibre optics which drop dramatically from the ceiling cleverly allowing guests to enjoy the ambience and buzz of the restaurant whilst being nearly screened from view.
Guests are able to choose among a stunning collection of Hermès china, Puiforcat silverware and Saint-Louis crystal, used exclusively for Table Lumière.
The ultimate Michelin starred experience.
The restaurant boasts 3 unique private dining rooms providing the ideal setting for intimate ambiance. Valentine’s Day dinner Menu £255.
For further information or to make a booking, please contact the team to create your bespoke experience: +44 (0) 20 7629 8866 or BOOK HERE
Wine and dine your beloved with a delicious limited-edition, six course menu at a Great British Restaurant.
Start the evening off with Scottish Langoustine Broth, followed by Loch Duart Gin Cured Salmon or Confit Gressingham Duck Leg Terrine. Then you can expect is Grass Fed Fillet of Beef with Ox Cheek Braised in Red Wine, or Chalk Stream Trout with Mussels, Parsley Cream Sauce and Saffron Potatoes.
Then you’ll be served up ‘Egg & Soldiers’, before a dessert of Dark Chocolate and Strawberries to share. Add a wine pairing for £45pp
If your looking to upgrade your entire evening with a Valentine’s Day package including a one or two-night stay. For £585, you can enjoy a night in a DUKES Room with breakfast, strawberries dipped in chocolate, a red rose and a six-course set menu at GBR with a bottle of wine on Thursday 14 February. For £985, you can enjoy a two-night stay with the same treats (applicable for stays between 13-16 February 2019).
35 St James’s Place SW1A 1NY; BOOK HERE
The breath-taking former chapel is home to the Baptist Grill, meticulously restored to reveal one of the most iconic restaurant venues in London, with stylishly-attired staff and an exhilarating dining experience all under the expert guidance of renowned Executive Chef Tony Fleming.
The Baptist Grill is already set to become a great London destination. Synonymous with food created with a flourish, it will bring lightness and creativity to the traditional grill, with a classic table-side. For Valentine’s day they offer Lamb Croquettes with Dates and Rose Served with a glass of bubbles from the Champagne trolley
One dozen Lindisfarne oysters six natural, six fried with chorizo, Flame grilled turbot, heritage carrots and potatoes, smoked béarnaise.
To finish this stupendous supper a chocolate tasting selection
dark chocolate fondant with pistachio ice cream, white chocolate and raspberry mousse with rose, milk chocolate and passion fruit mille-feuille.
£110 BOOK HERE
Kutir’s story is taken from a time when innovation with ingredients was paramount. Chefs were expected to craft unique dishes on a daily basis to keep the cottage’s guests happy.
Step into Kutir and it will transport you to a time of magnificent wildlife, abundant forestry and deep human connection. A world away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Rohit Ghai and Abhishake Sangwan have led some of this country’s most decorated establishments – earning a Michelin star in the process.
Kutir is their first solo project.
The Bleeding Heart
Described by Square Meal as “arguably the finest French restaurant in the City”, the Bleeding Heart Restaurant offers modern French food, impeccable service, an award-winning “encyclopaedic”wine list and above all a uniquely welcoming ambience in a wonderfully historic setting.
The perfect Venue for lunch or dinner, the warm, wood-panelled Restaurant is also an ideal setting for a romantic “diner a deux”: indeed it was voted by “The Times” as the City’s most romantic restaurant.
Valentines Day Menu £52
What would we choose?
Wild mushroom cappuccino with cepe tuile, chives then Cornish crab, Scottish smoked salmon and avocado on a chilled cucumber and horseradish gazpacho, with, pickled white radish. To follow roast fillet of Charolais beef with slow braised cheeks, parmentier rosemary potatoes’ red wine sauce. After dark chocolate delice with salted caramel and hazelnuts
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