Saturday, 12 February 2022 – Saturday, 19 February 2022
Single or taken, Valentine’s Day is the ultimate excuse to indulge ourselves or our loved ones. Whether it’s feeding your inner artist through an inspiring exhibition, a fun date night at the finest cabaret in town or a delicious meal, here’s our romantic round up.
Wining and dining
At £60 a head, this Valentine’s menu is not just delicious but excellent value. Start with a glass of English sparkling wine and then tuck into scallop and monkfish ceviche, a main of beef and ox cheek and a tantalising salted peanut and milk chocolate parfait for dessert. Delicious.
6 Christchurch Terrace, London SW3 4AJ | Book here
The Cadogan Arms
From 7-14 February, enjoy a (very fancy) Fizz and Chips menu for just £85 for two. And to make the evening extra special, why not order a platter of oysters with accompanying martini pairing? There’s more info over on our story here.
280 King’s Road, London SW3 5UG | Book here
Available from 11-14 February, Sticks’N’Sushi are promising to deliver both food and the mood with their comprehensive set menu. Enjoy a plentiful platter of all their most popular dishes, from maki rolls to gyoza and ceviche. Fancy a cosier evening? No problem. The whole menu is also available for takeaway.
113-115 King’s Road, London SW3 4NT | Book here
Love birds, flock to Bluebird this Valentine’s Day. From 7 -14 February, rent out their heated, rose-filled Love Huts on the terrace for something a little different. At £220 per couple, Chef Henry has created an aphrodisiac menu of tapas, including oysters, Caviar blinis and a bottle of Taittinger.
350 King’s Road, London SW3 5UU | Book here
Gordon Ramsay Bar & Grill
Canoodle in a corner of Gordon Ramsay’s Bar & Grill whilst enjoying their Valentine’s sharing menu, available at £90 per person from 12-14 February. Begin with canapes and champagne to toast to your love, followed by three delicious courses – highlights including Pastrami cured salmon and Lake District Farmers chateaubriand for two and the finale, a sharing platter of their house desserts.
76 Royal Hospital Road, London SW3 4HN | Book here
Something a bit different…
Why not treat your beloved (or yourself) to a Valentine’s day out? First up, take a stroll through Chelsea and grab a molten aphrodisiac in the form of hot chocolate (check our hot chocolate guide for some inspiration), then go for a walk through Chelsea Physic Garden ahead of catching an exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery. Choose from America in Crisis, which explores social change in the US from the 1960s to now, or head to the Bob Marley exhibition, showcasing unseen photos and memorabilia alongside multi-sensory rooms, live listening experiences and immersive installations.
Fancy something a little racier? Coming right up. Callooh Callay’s evening of Burlesque and Cabaret hosted by Ruby St James starts from £30 a ticket and is sure to set pulses racing. Or there’s great music at The Pheasantry, with a Valentine’s programme performed by Sarah Moule and Simon Wallace including the likes of Ella Fitzgerald and Peggy Lee.