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Valentine’s Day 2024: Where to find the most romantic menus in Hong Kong

By Celia Lee 5 February 2024

Header images courtesy of Cucina and Madame Fù

Love is in the air! Nothing can be more romantic than an evening spent enjoying a memorable meal with your loved one. Here’s our list of the best Valentine’s Day menus to try in Hong Kong this season of love to inspire you as you plan your dreamy, candle-lit dinner.

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The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

Treat your loved one to a romantic evening at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong! At Amber, guests can delight in a six-course lunch or eight-course dinner featuring a selection of delectable seasonal dishes, such as foie gras, ginseng, yellow wine, and pear and Tasmanian cherry with bourbon vanilla, Dak Lak chocolate, and pistachio. Diners can enjoy a complimentary glass of Dom Pérignon Champagne to set the mood for the evening.

Over at Somm, lovebirds are treated to new items on the four- and six-course dinner menu. Highlights include red-wine-marinated foie gras terrine with Tasmanian cherries and Ebisu winter oysters with ponzu, heirloom radish, and sudachi, which are sure to impress you and your date.

Alternatively, enjoy a private evening at Please Don’t Tell over a Valentine’s Day dinner. The intimate setting is enhanced with roast prime Stockyard Black Angus beef to share a double vanilla Basque burnt cheesecake, complimented with 90-minutes of free-flow Champagne and wines.

Amber, 7/F, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, The Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central

Somm, 7/F, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, The Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central

Please Don’t Tell, Lobby, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, The Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central

Eaton HK

Celebrate with your loved one at Eaton HK this Valentine’s Day! The Astor is introducing a series of seasonal items to its buffet spread, including a stunning strawberry choux swan and peach mousse cake alongside a selection of Valentine’s Day desserts.

You can also treat your beau to a hearty candle-lit dinner at The Meat Co.! Highlight of the Valentine’s Day set for two include a grilled half lobster with lobster claw, lamb chops, and a heart-shaped beef tenderloin. The meal comes with two glasses of Bubbles of Love, a cocktail made with sparkling rosé, strawberry, popping candy, and cream. Yum!

End (or start!) the night with special cocktails from Terrible Baby! The Bittersweet Love offers a rich and complex blend of cacao-infused rye whisky, coffee liqueur, and orange cordial, while the Perfume My Pearls is a gin-based concoction with jasmine pearl tea and hints of turmeric and anise.

The Astor, B1/F, Eaton HK, 380 Nathan Road, Jordan

The Meat Co., Shop 6, LG/F, Eaton HK, 380 Nathan Road, Jordan

Terrible Baby, 4/F, Eaton HK, 380 Nathan Road, Jordan

Regent Hong Kong

Enjoy an atmospheric Valentine’s Day dinner at The Lobby Lounge! Set against the backdrop of Hong Kong’s iconic skyline, couples are treated to a selection of delectable items, such as foie gras terrine with red fruit and tarragon, lamb saddle with piquilloes, and a guava lime dessert.

Over at The Steak House, enjoy a four-course dinner menu featuring delicious dishes such as grilled Alaska crab leg with green asparagus and lemon zest, prime rib-eye steak, and strawberry rose fraisier, paired with a complimentary glass of rosé.

Conclude your Valentine’s Day celebrations with rare spirits and fine wines at the recently opened Qura Bar, an elegant and intimate venue boasting an alluring atmosphere.

The Lobby Lounge, Lobby, Regent Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

The Steak House, G/F, Regent Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Qura Bar, 2/F, Regent Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

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Woolly Pig Hong Kong

If you are struggling with dinner plans for Valentine’s Day, Woolly Pig Hong Kong has got you covered. At Hue Dining, lovebirds are treated to a four-course dinner menu. The meal begins with a series of sharing canapés, such as mackerel on toasted brioche with avocado and horseradish and black truffle with whipped ricotta, before moving onto a choice of starters and mains. Highlights include lobster with butternut squash cannelloni, monkfish with razor clams, and risotto with porcini purée, trumpet mushroom, and 24-month-aged comté, before concluding with desserts.

Over at Ink Seafood Café, enjoy a special sharing dinner with your loved one. The menu begins with an abundant charcuterie platter before moving onto pan-roasted rib-eye steak for mains. The sharing menu concludes with an indulgent chocolate éclair.

Head over to Majo Tapas Paella Bar for something different this Valentine’s Day. The Spanish restaurant is offering a dinner menu that is perfect for sharing between two. Beginning with a complimentary glass of sherry wine, guests are treated with a selection of tapas to start, before moving onto delectable dishes such as egg with potato cubes in foie gras sauce, seared Hokkaido scallops with Ibérico pork jowl, and slow-cooked Wagyu beef cheek. For dessert, dig into the fragrant coconut mousse with strawberry core.

Enjoy a light dinner with your date at District 8! With the two-course dinner menu, couples can enjoy a selection of starters such as scallop ceviche and organic chicken terrine before moving onto mains. Highlights include roast duck breast with beetroot, spiced orange gel, and quinoa and seared salmon with asparagus and feve purée. Surprise your loved one with a bespoke dessert platter and round off the evening on a high.

Treat your lover to Italian comfort food at Man Mano for Valentine’s Day! The three-course menu includes a selection of sharing antipasti, a soup course, and a choice of main. Highlights on the menu include arancini squid ink, mozzarella, and risotto balls, forest mushroom cappuccino, and linguine di mare with tiger prawns. If you still have room for dessert, the special dessert platter offers a range of Italian delights, including pistachio cream horn, tiramisu, and cannoli.

Alternatively, opt for a romantic meal by the beach! Bathers’ Valentine’s Day sharing feast is perfect for the occasion. Featuring eight mouthwatering courses, patrons are treated to sharing starters such as cheese and mushroom quiche and Atlantic cod fritters, mains such as grilled octopus and spinach cannelloni, and desserts such as heart-shaped red velvet cookies and almond cake.

Hue Dining, 1/F, Hong Kong Museum of Art, 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Ink Seafood Café, G/F, Hong Kong Museum of Art, 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Majo Tapas Paella Bar, G/F, 22 Staunton Street, Central

District 8, R0009, Civic Square, Elements, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui

Man Mano, Shop 418, Citygate Outlets, 18–20 Tat Tung Road, Tung Chung

Bathers, 32 Lower Cheung Sha Village, Lantau Island

Photo: Kitchen

W Hong Kong

Enjoy an exclusive Valentine’s Day buffet menu at Kitchen! Apart from the buffet spread, guests can dig into special dishes such as beef Wellington, brandy lobster Thermidor, and baked stuffed crab shell for mains. Diners will also find Kitchen’s dessert station stacked with seasonal items, such as rose strawberry mouse cake, pistachio choux, and black sesame chiffon cake.

Alternatively, treat your loved one to Woobar’s Valentine’s Day afternoon tea! Savouries include tomato chocolate quiche, beef pastrami tartare profiteroles with avocado, and Spanish ham truffle sandwich. For sweets, dig into a delicate chestnut Mont Blanc, hazelnut expresso cupcake, and cranberries trifle.

Kitchen, 6/F, W Hong Kong, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui

Woobar, 6/F, W Hong Kong, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui

Photo: Patisserie Mille-feuille

Patisserie Mille-feuille

If a lavish dinner does not suit your boo, why not treat them to Patisserie Mille-feuille’s Valentine’s Day specials? The lychee raspberry rose mousse cake is expertly crafted into a heart-shaped or rose-shaped pastry, both perfect for confessing your love to your partner. Enjoy this delectable treat in the chic café or take it home for your celebrations!

Patisserie Mille-feuille, 16A Staunton Street, Central

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Meraki Hospitality Group

Enjoy a love-filled evening at Uma Nota! The Valentine’s Day dinner menu features a selection of starters, sharing mains, and desserts, such as tartar de vieira fresh scallop tartare with asparagus, cucumber, and jalapeños; filet mignon; and an indulgent Amor de Chocolate dessert to finish.

Over at Bedu, spice up your Valentine’s Day celebrations with a sharing dinner menu. The feast begins with a range of mezze-style starters such as beetroot hummus and spinach labneh served with warm pitas and rose-infused honey-baked feta. For mains, diners are treated to a hearty grilled beef tenderloin with mashed sweet potato and pomegranate sauce. The meal concludes with two surprise desserts guaranteed to wow your beloved.

Uma Nota, 38 Peel Street, Central

Bedu, 40 Gough Street, Central

Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers

Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers is offering a selection of Valentine’s Day offerings at its restaurants for you to celebrate with your loved one this year. Guests can enjoy a set dinner at Oyster & Wine Bar with sweeping harbour views. Highlights include freshly shucked oysters, char-broiled Wagyu beef, and a rose pavlova to conclude your meal.

Alternatively, head over to Unkai Japanese Cuisine and celebrate over delectable Japanese fare. Highlights of the set menu include giant yellow tail sashimi, queen crab soup, simmered Kagoshima beef, and a selection of à la minute items prepared table-side, plus a teppanyaki menu.

Oyster Wine & Bar, 18/F, Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers, 20 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Unkai Japanese Cuisine, 3/F, Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers, 20 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Photo: Teppanyaki Mihara Goten

Teppanyaki Mihara Goten

Treat your loved one to Teppanyaki Mihara Goten’s Valentine’s Day menu, where your meal will be prepared with theatrical flair! The nine-course dinner features lavish dishes, highlighting lobster cocktail with caviar, sautéed chu toro with grated yam, and broiled ezo abalone.

Teppanyaki Mihara Goten, 3/F, Cubus, 1 Hoi Pong Road, Causeway Bay

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The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

Enjoy a five-course dinner at Ozone! Indulging in a selection of curated cocktails, guests can enjoy items such as pumpkin mousse with garlic crouton, ikura, and paprika; seared five spice duck breast with quinoa salad; sous-vide prime sirloin steak with baby asparagus, black garlic potato purée, and truffle sauce; and a heart-shaped mascarpone and raspberry mousse with yuzu cream. Alternatively, treat your date to a lavish meal at Tosca di Angelo, available for lunch and dinner.

Spend Valentine’s Day high in the sky at Café 100 by The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong! The special four-course dinner includes marinated ocean crab and turnip ravioli, beef Bourguignon, and pan-seared halibut. Round off the evening with a creamy mascarpone and raspberry mousse, and take your date on a romantic stroll along the Sky100 Observation Deck after dinner.

Ozone, 118/F, The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui

Tosca di Angelo, 102/F, The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui

Café 100 by The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, 100/F, International Commerce Centre, Elements, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui

Aqua Restaurant Group

On Valentine’s Day, Aqua is offering a five-course tasting menu. Highlights include an eye-catching sashimi flower crafted with amberjack, bluefin tuna, and salmon; red tortellini with langoustine tartare, sea urchin, and caviar; and the Key to Your Heart dessert.

Over at Cantina, enjoy a four-course dinner with dishes such as lobster risotto and filetto Rossini tenderloin with foie gras and red wine sauce included. The meal is rounded off with the Cupid’s Heart dessert, a delicate treat made with strawberry mousse cake, hazelnut, and Amalfi lemon.

Enjoy a romantic evening with sweeping views of the Victoria Harbour at Vista! Highlights of the Valentine’s Day dinner include pan-fried foie gras with apricot and butternut squash purée, grilled secreto pork with morsels ragu and truffle jus, and an abundant Valentine’s Day dessert platter. Pair your dinner with one of the Eight Shades of Red cocktails to complete the experience.

Embark on a romantic cruise aboard the historical junk Aqualuna! Couples can enjoy a complimentary dessert and a drink as they sail across Victoria Harbour.

Aqua, 17/F, H Zentre, 15 Middle Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Cantina, Police Headquarters, Block 01, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central

Vista, 29/F–30/F, One Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Photo: The Peninsula Boutique & Café

The Peninsula Boutique & Café

Spend a relaxing afternoon with your lover at The Peninsula Boutique & Café over a tangy raspberry mousse and a rich and creamy pistachio strawberry tartlet. You could enjoy these delights at home or as a part of the Champagne set at the café. Alternatively, opt for the Everlasting Love tea set and enjoy a selection of sweets and savouries, including Parma ham mozzarella tomato tart, shrimp and baby asparagus quiche, and a vanilla mousse heart dessert.

The Peninsula Boutique & Café, Shop BL1, B/F, The Peninsula Arcade, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

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Photo: Leela


Spice things up with Leela’s Valentine’s Day dinner menu! The delightful feast begins with a complimentary glass of rosé before moving onto mouthwatering dishes such as oyster varathiathu served on idyiappam (traditional South Indian steamed rice noodles), Lehsuni guineafowl seekh kebab, and ends on a sweet note with a velvety chocolate strawberry heart.

Leela, Shop 301–310, Lee Garden Three, 1 Sunning Road, Causeway Bay

Pirata Group

Celebrate Valentine’s Day at Pirata with the special dinner menu. Among the sharing dishes, guests can dig into red prawn panzanella with burrata and oxheart tomatoes, Black Angus fillet with foie gras sauce and black truffle, and the creamy Il Grande tiramisu dessert.

Over at Pici, the pasta bar is bringing back its beloved heart-shaped ravioli on Valentine’s Day. Served with a delectable lobster ragout, this mouthwatering dish is perfect for lunch and dinner.

The Pizza Project is offering a heart-shaped pizza for your Valentine’s Day celebrations. Topped with smoked salmon, zucchini cream, stracciatella, rocket, and heirloom cherry tomatoes, the Lover’s Pizza is perfect for sharing. Round off your evening with a classic rum baba.

For those venturing out to Stanley on Valentine’s Day, Pane e Latte is offering a set dinner menu. Highlights include beetroot salmon gravlax, porcini and truffle cannelloni, seabass alla Puttanesca in cartoccio, and an irresistible rose crême brûlée.

Calle Ocho is offering a selection of tapas for Valentine’s Day, highlighting mussels a la marinera, Ibérico ham croquetas, pan con tomate, and Wagyu beef cheek with pumpkin coconut purée. The dinner finishes with Churros of Love served with raspberry and chocolate sauce.

For couples that enjoy Japanese cuisine, check out Honko, Honjokko, and TMK, too!

Pirata, 29/F–30/F, Sze Lai Building, 239 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai

Pici, locations across Hong Kong

The Pizza Project, locations across Hong Kong Island

Pane e Latte, 25 Stanley Market Road, Stanley

Calle Ocho, Fashion Walk, 8 Cleveland Street, Causeway Bay

LPM Restaurant & Bar

The Valentine’s Day set menu at LPM Restaurant & Bar begins with a series of appetising starters such as seabass ceviche before moving onto a crab risotto, marinated baby chicken, and grilled Sagabuta pork for mains. Alternatively, opt for the hearty sharing dishes, which include grilled rib-eye steak and a whole sea bream baked with herbs and lemon. Round off the evening with a delightful Valentine’s Day sharing dessert: the tarte Tropézienne à la fleur d’oranger is a fluffy brioche filled with orange blossom diplomat cream and topped with craquelin and pink pralines.

LPM Restaurant & Bar, Shop 1, UG/F, H Queen’s, 23–29 Stanley Street, Central

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The Baker & The Bottleman

Wow your partner with The Baker & The Bottleman’s Valentine’s Day special pastry! The chocolate raspberry heart-shaped choux is sure to impress. Alternatively, dine at the venue to enjoy the Valentine’s Day three-course menu with wine pairing. Dishes include a scallop ceviche with wild garlic and rhubarb, turbot, and an indulgent chocolate fondant with butterscotch sauce.

The Baker & The Bottleman, Shop G14–G15, G/F & F15A, 1/F, Lee Tung Avenue, 200 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai

Photo: Racines


Spoil your lover with Racines’s Valentine’s Day menu. Elevated dishes featured in the six-course dinner are crafted with the finest ingredients, from the Challans duck neck and slow-cooked Ortolan quail stuffed with mushrooms, to the rose-, raspberry-, and lychee-flavoured Valentine’s heart cake.

Racines, 22 Upper Station Street, Sheung Wan

Photo: Hjem


Hjem is putting a twist on its signature Norwegian waffles for Valentine’s Day. Coloured in the vibrant hues of amaranth flowers, these heart-shaped waffles are served with a cloud of whipped cream and the café’s homemade lingonberry jam. Order a warm cuppa to go with your waffles!

Hjem, 161 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan

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Photo: Feather & Bone

Feather & Bone

Enjoy a romantic four-course dinner with your loved one at Feather & Bone! Couples are treated to a complimentary glass of passion fruit Bellini cocktail or sparkling Prosecco to start. The Valentine’s Day four-course menu features a selection of curated dishes, highlighting Australian grass-fed beef tartare, scallop ceviche, and lobster pappardelle. Round off your meal with a dessert platter comprising a bitter chocolate tart, strawberry sorbet, and matcha tiramisu.

Feather & Bone, locations across Hong Kong

Photo: Mott 32

Mott 32

Spend Valentine’s Day the elegant way with dinner at Mott 32. The seven-course menu starts with a welcoming cocktail, Amore Royale, to set the mood for the evening. Featuring a selection of dumplings and warm dishes, highlights of the menu include traditional Ibérico pork Shanghainese soup dumplings, steamed cod with Ibérico pork and preserved vegetables, and five-grain abalone rice with yam. The meal concludes with a rich and indulgent Moutai Black Forest dessert. Champagne pairings are on offer for an extra bubbly date.

Mott 32, B/F, Standard Chartered Bank Building, 4–4A Des Voeux Road Central, Central

Photo: Madame Fù

Madame Fù

Madame Fù has gone all out for Valentine’s Day. The restaurant will have soft mood lighting and music, rose petals, and a dedicated photo area for you to capture your perfect evening on a Polaroid picture. The four-course dinner includes sparkling rosé, as well as tempting dishes such as roasted duck salad medley, honey-glazed cod, and M5 Wagyu beef and maitake mushrooms in Sichuan pepper glaze. The evening ends with a ruby chocolate with raspberry purée choux dessert.

Madame Fù, 3/F, Barrack Block, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central

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Spoil your loved one this Valentine’s Day and treat them to dinner at Cristal Room by Anne-Sophie Pic. The eight-courses on the menu are all expertly paired with luxury wines from around the world. To commemorate this special occasion, couples will receive a set of engraved crystal glassware!

Over at Kaen Teppanyaki, couples can enjoy a seven-course dinner of black truffle chawanmushi, a heart-shaped foie gras terrine, chocolate soufflé with vanilla ice cream, and more.

Cristal Room by Anne-Sophie Pic, Forty-Five, 44/F, Gloucester Tower, Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central

Kaen Teppanyaki, Forty-Five, 43/F–45/F, Gloucester Tower, Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central

Photo: Fortnum & Mason

Fortnum & Mason

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Fortnum & Mason’s five-course feast. Begin with a choice of fresh oysters or stuffed artichoke hearts, before moving onto a starter and two mains. Highlighted items include burrata with heirloom tomato and confit garlic focaccia, Ibérico pork cheek with polenta and plum glaze, and Wagyu beef Wellington with dauphinoise potatoes for sharing. Round off your meal with a dessert platter comprising carrot cake, raspberry and chocolate mousse, and lemon meringue pie. For a lighter alternative, spend a relaxing afternoon at the harbourside restaurant while enjoying a Valentine’s Day tea set.

181 Hong Kong, Shop 022, G/F, K11 Atelier, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Photo: LucALe


Treat your date at LucAle with a new menu featuring black winter truffle as well as Valentine’s Day dishes. Highlights include the hearty homemade ravioli filled with spring chicken and savoy cabbage, a delightful spaghetti oyster with caviar, and an elegant zuppa inglese with chocolate mousse and English custard. Round off the evening with a refreshing mandarin sorbet.

LucAle, Shop A, 100 Third Street, Sai Ying Pun

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Photo: The Aubrey

The Aubrey

Enjoy a seven-course omakase menu at The Aubrey this Valentine’s Day! Highlights include kinki tataki with yuzu truffle honey, chicken sando with caviar, and Miyazaki Wagyu tenderloin robata. The experience ends with a delectable chocolate lava cake. The Aubrey is also serving a Valentine’s Day cocktail, La Fraise, a delicate mix of Shugoro wine, peach verjus, dry vermouth, and bitters.

The Aubrey, 25/F, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, 5 Connaught Road Central, Central

Photo: CulinArt 1862

CulinArt 1862

Treat your date to CulinArt 1862’s Valentine’s Day tasting menu! Featuring a selection of delectable dishes, the menu is available in four courses for lunch and in five courses for dinner. Highlights include a vibrant red prawn ceviche, red amadai tilefish, grilled Wagyu beef tenderloin, and Boston lobster. Round off your meal on a sweet note with a choice of desserts between the refreshing strawberry and mango pavlova and the Love is in the Air dessert.

CulinArt 1862, G/F–1/F, Chinachem Leighton Plaza, 29 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay

The Hari Hong Kong

Enjoy a romantic evening at The Hari Hong Kong this Valentine’s Day! At Lucciola, couples can enjoy a special menu featuring dishes such as an abundant seafood platter, homemade tagliatelle with black truffle, black cod fillet, and aged carnaroli risotto with wild rocket pesto, burrata, pistachio, and Amalfi lemon. The dining experience concludes with a delectable strawberry cheesecake.

Over at Zoku, dig into a selection of quality Japanese fare. Highlights include a Moriawase sashimi platter, Wagyu gyoza with foie gras, and char-grilled duck breast with wasabi potato foam. Conclude your evening on a sweet note by sharing the chocolate fondant cake.

Take your date to The Lounge and The Terrace for a more casual dining experience. The special Valentine’s Day menu features dazzling items such as strawberry cheesecake and the white and dark chocolate strawberry bouquet. You can pair these treats with a glass of bubbles or opt for the vodka-based Rose For You cocktail.

Lucciola, 2/F, The Hari Hong Kong, 330 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai

Zoku, 2/F, The Hari Hong Kong, 330 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai

The Lounge, The Hari Hong Kong, 330 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai

The Terrace, The Hari Hong Kong, 330 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai

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JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong

Enjoy a romantic six-course dinner at Flint with your lover! Highlights include two appetising starters, langoustine crudo with caviar and yuzu gel and duck foie gras parfait, before moving onto dishes such as warm heirloom tomato and fig tart, roasted beef tenderloin, and Boston lobster risotto. The dinner ends with a hazelnut chocolate with black pepper raspberry sorbet.

Over at Fish Bar, dine alfresco-style and enjoy a selection of seafood specialities, including grilled asparagus and morel stuffed with mussel gel, sous-vide Dover sole farce in bouillabaisse, and a surf ‘n’ turf special grilled beef tenderloin with half Boston lobster.

If your partner is a fan of buffets, treat them to abundant spreads of local delicacies and international fare at The Lounge and JW Café! For those who are looking to make an impression, opt for JW Marriott’s bouquet gift sets which comes with 12 fresh roses alongside a red velvet Chantilly cake, two glasses of the Love is in the Air cocktail, or a bottle of Champagne.

Flint, 5/F, JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty

Fish Bar, 7/F, JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty

The Lounge, Lobby, JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty

JW Café, 5/F, JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty

The Murray, Hong Kong

Spend a romantic day at The Murray with your partner! Enjoy a six-course menu at Popinjays and dig into delectable dishes such as red shrimp tartare with fennel gazpacho and caviar, miso toothfish with cauliflower and Pernod and dill sauce, and Wagyu tenderloin and lobster medallion. Finish off on a sweet note with the red heart white chocolate mousse.

Over at The Tai Pan, enjoy a special dinner featuring items such as foie gras terrine, a pink cauliflower soup, and charred Wagyu medallion and lobster with truffle and port wine sauce. Round off the evening with the vanilla and rose delight.

Alternatively, enjoy a Valentine’s barbecue Under The Arches! Couples can feast on a range of seafood on ice, a hot buffet station, a carving station, as well as a selection of delectable desserts.

Popinjays, 26/F, The Murray, Hong Kong, 22 Cotton Tree Drive, Central

The Tai Pan, Garden, The Murray, Hong Kong, 22 Cotton Tree Drive, Central

The Arches, 1/F, The Murray, Hong Kong, 22 Cotton Tree Drive, Central

Photo: Dough Bros

Dough Bros

If your date is not a fan of grand celebrations, why not treat them to Dough Bros’ red velvet doughnuts instead? Filled with vanilla cream-cheese frosting, this fluffy creation comes in a vibrant red dough dusted with icing sugar and is a perfect treat to bring with you on your romantic ventures.

Dough Bros, locations across Hong Kong

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Photo: Ichu


Treat your date to Peruvian-Japanese cuisine at Ichu! The Valentine’s Day menu begins with a complimentary glass of Champagne and a selection of fresh oysters. Highlights of the menu include the Hamachi tiradito and Norwegian salmon with chilli sauce, beef tartare, pan-seared Chilean sea bass, and smoked beef short ribs. Finish off with a selection of alfajores dipped in dark chocolate and cocoa nib, or the indulgent San Valentín chocolate fountain.

Ichu, 3/F, H Queen’s, 80 Queen’s Road, Central, Central

Photo: Cucina


At Cucina, couples are treated to two glasses of Champagne before digging into Mediterranean red prawn carpaccio with orange, mozzarella sauce, and pomegranate and linguine with sea urchin cream sauce, fried quinoa, and caviar. A heart-shaped strawberry and chocolate mousse with elderflower ice cream, pistachio sponge, and raspberry sauce is served for dessert.

Cucina, 6/F, Marco Polo Hong Kong Hotel, Harbour City, 3–27 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Photo: The Garage Bar

Cordis, Hong Kong

Celebrate with Alibi–Wine Dine Be Social’s five-course Valentine’s Day dinner! Highlights of the menu include poached lobster, slow-roasted char siu black cod fillet, and a delicate rosé and strawberry white chocolate cake. Over at The Garage Bar, the Starry Night Feast allows couple to enjoy a BBQ platter under the stars, love-themed cocktails, and a decadent chocolate fondue. Alternatively, The Place’s buffet has exclusive Valentine’s Day desserts available.

Alibi—Wine Dine Be Social, 5/F, Cordis, Hong Kong, 555 Shanghai Street, Mong Kok

The Garage Bar, Lobby, Cordis, Hong Kong, 555 Shanghai Street, Mong Kok

The Place, Lobby, Cordis, Hong Kong, 555 Shanghai Street, Mong Kok

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By Celia Lee 30 January 2024

Epicurean Group

Heading up the Peak for Valentine’s Day? Spend the evening there and indulge in a four-course dinner that’s on offer at The Peak Lookout! Highlights of the menu include beef tataki with ponzu sauce, Dutch veal tenderloin, and a Lover’s Platter of desserts to share.

Over at The Italian Pop-Up @ Schnitzel & Schnaps Hong Kong, couples are treated to a three-course menu highlighting manzo tonnato “soldier”—raw beef with dashi mayo and cured egg yolk on toast—crab ravioli, and a white chocolate mousse. The special chocolate martini or limoncello Collins cocktail make for a good pairing.

The Peak Lookout, 121 Peak Road, The Peak

The Italian Pop-Up @ Schnitzel & Schnaps Hong Kong, G/F, C Wisdom Centre, 35–37 Hollywood Road, Central

Photo: Olea


Celebrate Valentine’s Day at Olea with a five-course menu! Highlights include prosciutto, cherry tomato, and burrata salad with osmanthus honey whiskey sauce, coffee-rubbed tenderloin with beef jus, and an apple rose tart with maple custard and chocolate petits fours to finish. A free-flow wine package is on offer for an added fee.

Olea, Novotel Hong Kong Citygate, 51 Man Tung Road, Tung Chung

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Celia Lee

Staff writer

Born and raised in Hong Kong and educated in the UK, Celia is passionate about culture, food, and different happenings in the city. When she’s not busy writing, you can find her scouting for new and trendy restaurants, getting lost in a bookstore, or baking up a storm at home.