Valentine’s Day Liverpool style is almost here so now’s the time to start planning your romantic evening starting with a delicious dinner.
The city’s restaurants are just waiting to welcome you with an invitation to take them up on a host of great offers that you’ll fall in love with (almost as much as your other half!).
But if you want to bank on a table, you need to get booking now. So here are some of the offers around to get your heart beating…
The Florist celebrated Valentine’s Day with a proposal last year and not surprisingly – with its Instagrammable flower walls it’s one of the most ‘romantic’ dining venues in the city. It can’t promise a proposal this year, but it can promise live music, a sumptuous 4-course meal and a glass of Prosecco on arrival for £30 per person.
The Smugglers Cove is offering a 3-course set menu for just £26.50 – and romantic Valentines will also get a cute Smugglers Cove ‘message in a bottle’. If anyone asks if you want to go here – we’d definitely say I do!
Ever popular, The Club House on Chavasse Park is inviting you to a 3-course set menu price at £26.50 per person, which will certainly set your heart aflutter. There’s a great selection of starters, mains and desserts which, of course, includes their famous hanging kebabs.
You can always bank on the French to set the scene for love, and on Valentine’s Day romance is certainly on the menu along with a great deal – £24.90 for a 3-course dinner and a glass of Prosecco on arrival.
Brown’s have created a special menu of indulgent treats, with two courses for £22.95 or three for £26.95. The menu includes fresh fish and seafood, steak from their own farms and vegan options alongside Champagne cocktails. It available on Friday and Saturday, February 14 & 15.
Get ready for love – and Motown – as the Stanley Park venue celebrates Valentine’s Day with a visit to the swinging sixties. The Valentine’s Day SoulTown Supper starts at £54.95 for music, dance, a 3-course dinner and a welcome drink on arrival.
A great place for live jazz in the city centre, Papillon is turning on the charm for Valentine’s Day with three courses for £35 per person, and add a bottle of prosecco for £20. The menu includes a sexy finale made for chocolate lovers – a sharing chocolate fondue so you can take a dip together.
Nobody does romance quite like the Italians so if you fancy Italian on Valentine’s Day head to Gino’s where the man himself has created a special sharing menu, starting with a glass of Italian pink fizz and cicchetti, and ending with indulgent desserts or cocktails. £47.50 per person.
Couples can tuck in to Slim’s steak and lobster deal that includes an 8oz fillet steak pan-roasted in garlic and thyme butter and whole grilled lobster with chips. They’ll get a glass of prosecco each and a large cookie dough dessert to share for £60 per couple, on Friday February 14th or Saturday 15th.
Get romantic at the Dock with a specially-designed 3-course dinner for £30.95. The menu includes starters like King Prawns & Pickled Fennel, Fillet of Sea Bass and Rib-Eye Steak – and desserts like Pornstar Martini Cheesecake.
The Beatles-inspired hotel’s restaurant has got not a Fab Four but a Fab Five-course menu which is being served with love from them to you on Friday, February 14 and Saturday, February 15. For £40 per person, you get an amuse bouche, fish course, main course, dessert and petit fours – as a Strawberry Field Cocktail. What’s not to love?
Delifonseca’s Valentine’s Evening menu offers a delicious 3-course dinner for £45 per head with a choice of welcome drinks – Rhubarb & Rosehip Bellini or Berry Sweetheart Mocktail – and an optional course of Cumbrae Oysters with Bloody Mary Granita (£11.50). Book between 5pm and 6pm and you get a complimentary bottle of fizz to share.
With food inspired by the Chinese region of Tianjin, one of the city’s newest Chinese Restaurant’s is hosting a very special Valentine’s Dinner for £49.50 per head. For that you’re promised something magical. There is a glass of sparkling wine to welcome you and a carefully-chosen five course menu which includes handmade chocolates and favours, and dessert, Cherry Blossom, is a shared dish (a symbol of love).
Titanic Hotel has the perfect location and a bespoke menu for a romantic dockside dinner. It’s £40 per person for three courses with a glass of Laurent Perrier, and includes a chocoholic’s fantasy sharing dessert: chocolate-filled donut with rum chocolate mousse and white chocolate torte.
The top team at Wreckfish can always be relied on to come up with something special, and Valentine’s is no exception. For £60 per person you’ll get five courses including a sharing main of whole Merrifield duck, confit leg, plum tarte tatin and Madeira sauce. There’s clotted cream fudge to finish too.
Make a sweet start to your celebrations by booking in for the Valentine’s Pudding Club on February 12 at Leaf on Smithdown. Vals and pals get five courses, each paired with a loose LEAF tea. It includes a dessert inspired cocktail to toast the one you love. Tickets via Eventbrite, £21.38.
Bring your Valentine to Mason’s All Day Kitchen on Friday 14th and treat them to two courses for £35 per person or three with a glass of fizz for £39.95 per person. Or, go there on Saturday 15th and from 3pm until 12.30am there’s a Disco Love Ball courtesy of Liverpool Disco Festival with Glitterbox DJ Natasha Kitty Katt and a whole load of diva anthems and love grooves. £35 per person gets you bottomless brunch which includes a sharing platter, 90 minutes of bottomless drinks and an all-day event ticket.
Settings don’t come much more stylish than this one on Renshaw Street and the food’s pretty special as well. The Valentine’s menu is £50 per person including a bottle of prosecco, and features a platter of desserts to share – clementine cheesecake, pear frangipane tart, chocolate brownie & fresh berries.
The Mal’s serving up ‘the food of love’ this Valentine’s Day which means a passionate three courses, plus a glass of Champagne or cocktail. It’s £89 for two on Thursday, Saturday or Sunday, or £99 for two on Friday the 14th. For meat lovers, there’s Chateaubriand with fat chips to share for main.
If you’re over the water, or fancy a trip, head to the highly-rated Habibi where the Valentine’s menu is £25 for two courses or £30 for three. There’s a sharing beef wellington on the mains (£5 supp) and a fabulous boozy Eton Mess served with prosecco blush sorbet for dessert.
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