Whether you’re spending Valentine’s Day with your best friend or your significant other, these scrumptious menus will have you fawning over the food (but don’t tell your sweetheart that). From V-day at home to a gourmet hotel lunch, these are the most romantic restaurants we’re counting for a memorable day with bae.
A Japanese-French Feast at Tirpse
Perched on the second floor of K11 MUSEA, Tirpse takes meticulous French dining to new highs with its Japanese influences. Achieving a prized Michelin star within two months of its opening, the restaurant is serving a Valentine’s Day eight-course set menu to love gourmands out there. Highlights include the Brittany Lobster with Amaebi and Eggplant, the Beef Tenderloin with Beetroot and the heavenly Meringue and Citrus dessert.
Price: HK$1,888 with optional additional wine pairing
Tirpse, Unit 219, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, +852 2333 0031, k11musea.com
Luxury Home Meal at RELISH
Create your own romantic ambience at home with RELISH’s four fine-dining courses for a love-worthy feast. Savour your palette with amuse bouche of Salmon Rillette with Shallot and Crème Fraiche and Brioche, followed by a fresh starter of Kale Salad with Pomegranate, Pecans, and Honey Dijon Dressing. Mains include Half a Canadian Sustainable Lobster with New Zealand Beef Tenderloin Fillet served with Black Truffle Butter. Plus, there’s a bunch of sides included in the meal. Each item arrives vat-packed, marinated and seasoned to perfection with just very simple cooking instructions on how to put the finishing touches—sounds like a team effort and a romantic gesture to impress your significant other. The set also comes with a stunning bouquet of Red Tea Roses, Blush Ranunculus, candles and a chilled bottle of Veuve Clicquot Champagne—bottoms up.
Price: HK$2,500 for full set
A Dim Sum Cruise on aqua luna
Take your love to the Hong Kong harbour with aqua luna’s Valentine’s Day sweetheart specials from Dim Sum Library. Set sail from Central to Aberdeen and indulge in the Romantic Afternoon Tea which includes a celebratory glass of bubbly to get good flows going. Evening harbour cruises are also available, where you can take your loved one on a night adventure with romantic desserts to taste.
Price: from HK$230
Pick-up & drop-off: Tsim Sha Tsui Pier 1 or Central Pier 9
Mexican Bites at Ovolo’s Te Quiero Mucho
Take your Valentine to Ovolo’s TQM to try the scrumptious three-course Mexican menu. Expect punchy flavours from 11th to 14th February, and be sure to add on the free-flow drinks package (HK$298 for cocktails, red, white and beer) to spice up the evening. Continue the romance at Ovolo Central or The Sheung Wan by Ovolo with the Suite Dessert or Forever Valentine Package, where more delightful surprises await.
Te Quiero Mucho, 286 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, +852 3423 3290, ovolohotels.com
An Indulgent Afternoon Tea at The Ritz Carlton
At The Ritz Carlton’s Café 103, romantic souls can devour the newly-launched afternoon tea collaboration with Chinese fine jewellery brand Qeelin. The “Red is for Romance” theme merges contemporary Chinese flavours with the whimsical, unique touch of Qeelin—and it’s open for this Valentine’s Day. Why not further treat your dearly beloved with the 520 I Love You Staycation for a romantic city getaway?
Price: from HK$698 for two (prices varies with select dates)
For reservations and inquiries, please call (852) 2263 2270 or email email@example.com.
The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon, Hong Kong, +852 2263 2371, ritzcarlton.com