London Valentine’s Day Experiences

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and if you’re looking for a romantic way to celebrate in London, we’ve got plenty of suggestions. From intimate dinners for two to extravagant experiences that will make your heart flutter, there’s something for every couple. So whether you’re planning a cosy night in or a lavish day out, read on for our top Valentine’s Day picks in the city.

If you’re looking for a romantic spot to take your date, look no further than the following restaurant experiences.


No matter what type of experience you’re looking for, you’ll surely find it at one of the following romantic restaurants. Royal Exchange offers a delightful English-inspired menu and elegant atmosphere, while Gordon Ramsay’s kitchen offers exceptional French cuisine in a more upscale setting. For those who love luxury Indian food, why not try dinner with a view at Royal India? Finally, an evening spent with your date at Candles is sure to impress with its selection of cocktails and live music. With these choices, you are sure to make this date night one for the books

Royal Exchange Dining experience

Dine at one of London’s most spectacular dining destinations, with a Three Course Dinner with a Cocktail for Two at The Fortnum & Mason Bar and Restaurant at Royal Exchange. 

Three Course Dinner with Cocktail for Two at The Fortnum & Mason Bar and Restaurant at Royal Exchange – £75

  • Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen in St Paul’s.

Enjoy an ‘out of this world’ dining experience courtesy of the Street Lounge capsule at Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen in St Paul’s.

Street Lounge is a brand-new and exclusive experience at Bread Street Kitchen, where you’ll discover exciting food and cocktail menus in a totally unique spaceship-like dining pod.

    • Colonel Saab Valentine’s Menu

    From Friday 10th, Saturday 11th and, of course, Valentine’s Day itself, Colonel Saab will offer special menus, luxurious cocktails and plenty of red roses in the homely and intimate setting of their Holborn restaurant.

    Guests can dine in our extraordinary setting, described as a feast for the eyes, with a treasure trove of eclectic Indian art and artefacts collected by Mr Choudhary’s family on their travels.

    • Savage Garden

    Forget schmaltzy jazz, white tablecloths and customary aphrodisiacs, this Valentine’s Day enjoy a dark and mysterious date night at Savage Garden, London’s wildest skyline restaurant and bar, famous for macabre cocktails and bloody bites inspired by the notoriety of the nearby Tower of London.

If you’re looking for something a bit different to do, consider a fun mini golf experience in the city, how about a champagne test at the London Eye, or perhaps checking out the Winter Chalet on the rooftop in Shoreditch to the most romantic venue lighted just with candles check out out valentines activity selection here.

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