Romance is on the Menu this Valentine’s


Valentine’s Day Menu at City Social

Gaze upon the stunning London skyline and enjoy Jason Atherton’s Michelin-starred City Social for their special Valentine’s Day menu. Created by Chef Paul Walsh to celebrate the evening in style, the Valentine’s menu will offer diners an elegant and romantic experience from start to finish. Greeted with a glass of rose champagne on arrival, the five-course tasting menu will include dishes such as Orkney scallops, celeriac, pickled pear, shimeji mushrooms, and Rabbit and truffle tortellini, horseradish velouté, sorrel while the indulgent Hazelnut Plaisir sucré, chocolate syrup, biscuit, milk ice cream, is the perfect sweet finish. This limited-edition menu is available for £125 per person and the best way to treat someone special.


Bryn Williams at Somerset House

Few London landmarks could provide as an ideal setting for Valentine’s Day romance, and this year Bryn Williams at Somerset House will be offering a five course menu with glass of bubbles for £79.50 a head. Dishes will highlight premium, seasonal ingredients and feature the likes of Burratina, pickled beetroot and Lamb rump, confit lamb potato, butternut squash. To finish, guests can enjoy a suitably indulgentChocolate bavarois with roses to share.


Parisian Romance at Blanchette Brick Lane

Blanchette Brick Lane has built up a reputation for being one of London’s most romantic restaurants. Owned by three Parisian brothers who named the restaurant after their mother, Blanche, the Shabby-chic bistro offers North African-influenced modern French plates alongside dangerously moreish cocktails. The décor is inspired by the Parisian Belle Époque era, and the restaurant decorated throughout with romantic murals and furnished with antiques sourced from Parisian vintage markets. A Valentine’s special of Champagne poached rhubarb with vanilla parfait will be served alongside their house made Vin D’orange.




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