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As always around now, there’s love in the air, but this Valentine’s Day we want to treat those special people more than ever.
Here’s our top 10 fabulous foodie ways to say ‘I Love You’…
Of course your other half loves you – but there’s every chance they may love Space’s Valentines Afternoon Tea for 2 more!
Sorry, but this box of goodies does come complete with a selection of scrummy sandwiches, homemade brownies, cheesecakes, cupcakes, scones with clotted cream and jam and salted caramel vegan fudge, all for £31.95 – and you can even add a bit of sparkle with Prosecco for £44.95 (alcohol needs to be delivered).
Dinner is served…and you’ll definitely fall hook-line-and-sinker in love with Delifonseca’s chef-prepared Valentine’s treats to recreate at home.
The ultimate in takeaway meals, all dishes are easy to complete and plate up by following the step-by-step instructions and photos provided.
Orders must be in by February 11 for collection on the 14th for its Valentine’s at Home Menu, costing £45 per couple. That’s for a three-course menu with a starter platter to share (King prawn & mange tout skewers, ‘Po-Boy’ terrine and more); mains including beef bourguignon, salmon fillets stuffed with smoked salmon, cream cheese and herbs, and roasted aubergine and squash, and a stunning dessert platter.
Order online and pay a £10 deposit at www.hampers.delifonseca.co.uk
These Valentine’s Treat Boxes from Laura’s Little Bakery will 100% fire a cake shaped arrow direct into your loved ones heart. You can order a box of four, or a box of six via the LIDS website and each box contains Laura’s famous beautifully decorated cupcakes, cookie sandwiches and brownies.
A box of four is £15 and six is £22, the perfect way to show your other half you love them.
The Valentine Lockdown Love Box is proving to be popular, according to Mrs D. It’s filled with an over decorated cupcake, a brownie, a macaron, a sugar cookie, a chocolate smash heart and a chocolate dipped strawberry – all for £18.
Or you could delight in Mrs Danvers’ Valentines Afternoon Tea which includes a selection of sandwiches, savouries and sweets, as well as complementary Prosecco and a single red rose, for £25 per person.
You can order via Liverpool Independent Delivered Services (LIDS) or, for collection, email mrsdan[email protected]
Its speciality Valentine’s Weekend high tea menu is back for all your at-home celebrations and offers a set menu for £25 per person, with a mini bottle of Prosecco or Love Lane lager for £3.50, or a full bottle of Prosecco for £15.
Availability for the weekend is limited so be sure to book as soon as possible for delivery across Liverpool and Wirral.
The high tea menu includes vegetarian and meat eater savouries, scones and preserves, and sweets, together with loose leaf tea.
To order, call 0151 709 9912 or follow on Facebook here.
Chinese New Year and Valentine’s Day happen to fall over the same weekend this year, so a double celebration will be in order: “We’ve planned two very special Heat at Home Banquets that you can order in advance. We’ll prepare the dishes in our kitchen so they’re ready to simply heat and enjoy at home.”
The Valentine’s Banquet for 2 for £50 (£80 with Champagne) includes: Siu Mai, Roast Duck and Pancakes, and Jiang Beef with Rice, and more.
(The Chinese New Year family banquet – £99 for four to six people: Chinese Mushroom and Pak Choi Dumplings, Salt and Pepper Chicken Wings, Jasmine Smoked Baby Pork Ribs, Roast Duck and Pancakes, Jiang Beef, Prawn Chow Mein & Noodles).
Chef Tony’s been really busy working on the orders!
The lovely people at Lunya have prepared a Valentine’s Day Banquet filled with all your Catalan and Spanish favourite dishes.
It costs £85 for a four-course meal complete with wine, and everything is ready for you to simply reheat, serve and enjoy. What’s not to love?
Dishes include hand-carved Iberico Bellota Jamon and Catalan Tomato Bread; slow roasted ox cheeks in a cinnamon & orange infused sauce with celeriac & horseradish puree; red prawn gambas pil pil , chorizo with honey, wine & fennel seed, and patatas bravas, and a trio of desserts.
Wine? You have a choice including Vallemayor Reserva Rioja, Saniger Brut Reserva Cava and soft drinks.
Elite Bistros are taking the stress out of Valentine’s day – so you can focus on the love of your life, while enjoying one of their stylish sharing menus.
You can start with a cocktail and then enjoy four courses of delicious food, and they’ve added some drinks recommendations for you so why not add a bottle and make a really special night of it?!
The £140 menu – there’s a vegetarian option too – includes: Rose Between Thorns Cocktail with blackberry gin, rosé wine, rose syrup, cranberry, grapefruit, lime, rosemary; whole baked Winslade with brown butter brioche soldiers, Armagnac prunes, chicory with sweet mustard dressing; 35-day Aged Fillet of Beef with braised black cabbage, pickled hen of the woods mushroom, dauphinois potatoes, red wine, shallot and peppercorn sauce; chocolate and walnut pot – bitter chocolate ganache and sponge, salted walnut biscuit, dulce de leche, whipped cream and sticky walnuts, and white chocolate, pistachio and rose fudge.
Heaven can be yours on a plate by going to the website here.
“Let us take the hassle out of celebrating love this February,” says Little Shoe and, do you know what, we don’t mind if we do.
It’s got a special Valentine’s Menu from £20 for one (£40 for two) which offers a celebration of all the foods they love this season, like grilled lobster tail ‘Lancashire’ thermidor; Morel-stuffed chicken, with crisp skin, braised leeks, and Marsala, and salted caramel & chocolate, and raspberry macarons.
It’s available for delivery to Liverpool postcodes on February 12, 13 and 14, and to Southport postcodes on February 12.
To book, go to the website here.
The Baltic Social Valentine’s Punk Afternoon Tea might be about to save your February 14th plans, they say – and we can’t argue with that.
While the Baltic Social aren’t delivering every weekend right now, they are offering a Valentine’s Day Special Punk Afternoon tea for delivery on Valentine’s Weekend, along with Prosecco and roses from Petal and Press UK to make your day.
It’s the perfect treat for yourself or to your loved one. There are meat, veggie and vegan options on offer, to cater for everyone’s needs, and the menu includes salt and pepper prawn crackers, lamb and harissa sausage rolls, chorizo and cheese savoury scones, as well as Nutella choux pastries and homemade truffles, from £42.50.
Celebrated chef Paul Askew and his team have been putting together a selection of menus for you to try at home this Valentine’s Day, from click-and-collect meals for two, to food, drink and gift hampers from The Emporium at their Sugnall Street home.
It includes the Valentine’s special menu: Chateaubriand for Two (£190): with an amuse bouche of native lobster cocktail; Pithivier of free-range chicken, chestnut mushroom and tarragon with Dijon mustard & verjus sauce to start; peppered pan roast ‘Chateaubriand’ of Hereford beef with ox tongue and cheek, winter greens, trompettes, parsnip fondant, black truffle & celeriac puree, red wine & thyme jus; and a Valentine’s entremet of Valrhona white and dark chocolate with new season confit rhubarb, champagne jelly and finished with strawberries and gold leaf, for dessert. It also includes Henners Brut Rose – East Sussex, England N.V 75cl; a box of handmade Art School Valrhona chocolates and a Valentine’s flower posy, per couple.
There’s also a Peterhead Halibut menu and a vegan and vegetarian menu, together with a collection of fab hampers. Bon Apetit!
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