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The celebrations just don’t stop this 2023. After the craze and festivities of New Year’s Eve and Lunar New Year, now it’s time to prepare for the next big celebration—Valentine’s Day! Whether you’re with or without a partner this 14 February, these menus and gifts are sure to impress. Without further ado, here are the best Valentine’s Day offerings in Hong Kong.
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At Somm, enjoy a classic candle lit dinner with gourmet food and champagne. The Valentine’s Day menu comes in four or six courses, featuring scampi tartar with caviar lime and grilled octopus with fermented bell pepper and Sichuan pepper Romanesco, served with a complimentary glass of Ruinart Rosé.
Enjoy a filling and romantic Valentine’s Day Surf and Turf dinner at Please Don’t Tell. Opt in for the free-flowing American wine package to make this dinner one to remember! Dig into a series of shared mains and sides, including roast beef and chimichurri and Boston lobster. Round off your meal with a refreshing raspberry and rose petal sundae or an indulgent blueberry Violette cheesecake.
Somm and Please Don’t Tell, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong, The Landmark, 15 Queen's Road Central, Central
The up-and-coming trattoria is offering patrons a classic, no-fuss Valentine’s Day dinner menu featuring its best sellers. The three-course menu begins with a selection of cold cuts and clams sauteed with white wine, followed by a flight of Ask For Alonzo’s best-selling pasta: the carbonara, rigatoni Amatriciana, ravioli Fiorentina, and penne 4 Formaggi. What better way to end a romantic evening than with a good old-fashioned tiramisu? If you want to elevate your Valentine’s dinner date, opt in for a round of bubbles with your meal.
If a heavy steak dinner isn’t your thing, why not give these restaurants a try? At Chutney Tandoor House the four-course Valentine’s Day menu lets you put a little spice into your relationship. Featuring Bombay seafood chaat, palak chooza tandoori, and slow-cooked madras lamb masala or Chutney’s signature butter chicken, make this a night to remember with a traditional Indian rose cheesecake served with Bengali khoya flower.
If you’re looking for a Lebanese feast this February, Shahrazad Lebanese and Maison Du Mezze are offering two enticing seasonal menus to patrons. At Shahrazad, the Lebanese-inspired four-course menu features pan-fried sea bass with roasted leeks in a garlic butter sauce and grilled M5 wagyu striploin. At Mezze, love birds can dig into a selection of hearty items on their four-course menu, including a comforting Moroccan seafood soup and slow-cooked tender lamb in pate and smoky rice wrapped in filo pastry.
Finally, at Chest House’s Mediterranean restaurant, Mulino, diners can enjoy a four-course meal featuring zesty pan-seared scallops, roaster fricassee of cod, and more. Finish off by sharing a vanilla and chocolate cheesecake with your loved one under the night sky at Mulino’s alfresco location.
Chutney Tandoori House, 4/F, and Shahrazad Lebanese, 2/F, Carfield Commercial Building, 77 Wyndham Street, Central
Maison Du Mezze, G/F, Shop G10, Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung Hotel, 9 Yi Tung Road, Lantau Island
Mulino, Unit 1 to 6, 45 and 46, G/F, Wing On Plaza, 62 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
If you’re looking to treat your date to a classic French dinner this Valentine’s Day, Tirpse is the place to be. The Valentine’s Day menu features gourmet items such as beetroot consume with Japanese snow crab and Japanese salmon with uni, lobster foam, and green dill oil. Top off your romantic evening with an indulgently sweet chocolate truffle tuille. Tirpse takes every celebrating couple beyond their dinner offerings with complimentary gifts to commemorate the occasion. Book your spaces for 14 February now!
Tirpse, Shop 219, 2/F, K11 Musea, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
The Korean fine dining restaurant is offering love birds a hearty Valentine’s Day menu for their celebrations. Available for lunch (five courses) and dinner (seven courses), couples can enjoy signatures such as the Korean ginseng risotto with black truffle and a barbecue platter with quality hanwoo and pork paired with sea cumber bibimbap. Don’t forget to leave room for the Chef’s special Valentine’s Day dessert!
Hansik Goo, 1/F, The Wellington, 198 Wellington Street, Central
The contemporary Thai-influenced restaurant is celebrating Valentine’s Day with an eight-course tasting menu featuring reimagined Thai dishes, such as gillardeau oyster with tom kha reduction and caviar and wagyu bavette served with nam jim jaew. Your romantic meal ends in three sweet courses: ma prao made with coconut and bananas, bai toey made with pandan, pistachio, and pineapple, and assorted mignardises.
Plaa, 2/F, 8 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central
The go to restaurant for quality Nordic cuisine, Finds is offering couples in the city a different Valentine’s dinner this February. The five-course Heartfelt Love dinner features Norwegian salmon soup with langoustine, roasted Atlantic lobster and pan-friend foie gras, and an ever-romantic, heart-shaped raspberry mousse cake to bring your evening to a perfect end.
Finds, 1/F, The Luxe Manor, 39 Kimberly Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
La Rambla is offering a one-day exclusive Valentine’s Day menu for you and your loved ones to enjoy. Featuring dishes by the Netflix celebrity chef, Rafa Gil, you can expect premium items such as black truffle egg souffle, lobster and plankton creamy rice, and pollo a la Catalana. Ignite the flames of love with the special PAV-Love dessert and end your evening on a high.
Try something a little different for Valentine’s this February and head over to Quiero Mas for a seven-course Mediterranean feast. Highlights include the 36-months Iberico ham croquette, seabass cooked in an orange-saffron sauce, and wagyu Bavette.
The Bayside is offering a seven-course Valentine’s Day menu perfect for dining by the harbour. The Hokkaido scallop ceviche makes a zesty start to your feast, followed by heartier items such as porcini pappardelle in truffle cream with black truffle shavings and grilled dry-aged wagyu Bavette. Finish off with a refreshing strawberry pavlova or an indulgent coffee cream brulee.
La Paloma’s all day romantic menu is an irresistible option. Savour across a range of authentic tapas for starters and follow up with Iberico pork loin with rosemary and garlic sauce or upgrade your meal with La Paloma’s signature Boston lobster paella. Round off your evening with a refreshing strawberry Basque cheesecake.
La Rambla by Catalunya, Shop 3071 to 3073, Level 3, IFC Mall, 8 Finance Street, Central
Quiero Mas, 20/F, M88, Wellington Place, 2 to 8 Wellington Street, Central
The Bayside, Shop G1, G/F, 18 Tak Fung Street, Whampoa Garden, Hung Hom
La Paloma, 1/F, Soho 189, 189 Queen’s Road West, Sai Ying Pun
The go-to restaurant for authentic German cuisine, Heimat is offering couples in town an alternative cuisine for their celebrations this Valentine’s Day. The six-course Valentinstag menu features refined German classics such as seared wolffish and roaster scallop with cauliflower soup. For dessert, the Himbeer | Riesling Weinschaum is a refreshing dessert featuring raspberries, Riesling sabayon, and organic vanilla ice cream. Book your table for 10 to 14 February here.
Heimat, 8/F, LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham Street, Central
Head into Maison Meiji for a cosy and nostalgic Valentine’s Day feast. The limited-time six course menu features a curated selection of Japanese-western items, such as baked wild mushroom soup, pan-seared foie gras with apricot fondue, and Meiji’s signature omurice with wagyu demi-glaze sauce. Finish off your comforting evening with a Meiji-style chocolate fondant.
Maison Meiji, 1/F, 7 Mallory Street, Wan Chai
At Cordis this Valentine’s, couples can enjoy a themed buffet at The Place, which features a selection of fresh, seasonal seafood and classic hot plates such as beef wellington, grilled lamb chops, and cheese baked lobsters. Don’t forget to peruse over The Place’s dessert station where a variety of cakes and roulades are served.
Those looking for a traditional set dinner, head over to Alibi and try out their Wine Dine Be Social five-course menu! The Valentine’s special kicks off with freshly shucked oysters with Oscetra caviar and purple oxalis, followed by other indulgent items such as lobster bisque with Cognac, fresh black truffle and forest mushroom orzo pasta, and wagyu beef top sirloin. Finish off your meal by sharing a light and refreshing rose vanilla mixed berry pavlova with your loved one.
The Place, Lobby Level and Alibi, Level 5, Cordis Hong Kong, 555 Shanghai Street, Mongkok
Restaurant Petrus at Island Shangri-La is offering set dinner menus for couples to enjoy on Valentine’s evening, featuring various French delights such as charcoaled Spanish red prawn with garum and sourdough, foie gras topped with Saint Honore, and a seasonal dessert to round off your perfect meal.
Over at Kowloon Shangri-La, head over to Angelini for a romantic, authentic Italian feast with your partner! The five-course dinner features house-made delicacies and ends with an indulgent Valentine’s Day brownie cake. Pair your dinner with a glass of Champagne for an elevated experience.
Kerry Hotel’s Big Bay Café is offering a special Italian-themed buffet for lovers this Valentine’s season. The Lavish Taste of Italy buffet features a spread of the best Italian cuisine can offer, such as salmon wellington and heart-shaped lobster ravioli, with an option to enjoy your feast with free flow wines.
Restaurant Petrus, Level 56, Island Shangri-La, Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road, Central
Angelini, Mezzanine Level, Kowloon Shangri-La, 64 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East
Big Bay Café, Level 3, Kerry Hotel, 38 Hung Luen Road, Hung Hom Bay, Hung Hom
Soho’s trattoria-steakhouse is offering lovers a charming Valentine’s Day dinner menu this February. Filled with the finest collection of offerings from the land and sea, the menu features a selection of sharing starters, such as braised wagyu beef short ribs and yellowfin tuna tartar, and hearty mains such as Australian Angus Fiorentina and salmon wellington. Top it all off with Macelle’s delicious range of frozen custards with biscotti paired with house-roasted organic coffee or tea to end your evening on a heartwarming note.
Macelle, LG/F, Sharma Soho, 9–11 Staunton Street, Central
Over at Zoku this Valentine’s Day, diners can savour a wide range of Japanese cuisine with their set dinner menu. Starting off with cold and hot appetisers, guests can choose between five options for their main, including king crab Zosui and a premium sushi and sashimi platter. Finish off your meal with Zoku’s signature dessert platter. If you want to level up your dining experience, opt in for the wine and Champagne pairing with your meal.
Zoku Restaurant and The Terrace, 2/F, The Hari Hong Kong, 330 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai
Dig into Feather and Bone’s seasonal Valentine’s Day menu! Starting off with a complimentary glass of prosecco, the three-course menu includes a refreshing tuna tartare followed by Bucatini Vongole, where pasta is tossed with clams, garlic, and chilli flakes in an elevated classic. For your main, share the indulgent wagyu rump and seared foie gras with your partner! Bring the evening to a close with a refreshing strawberry and cream dessert.
Want to impress your date with a homecooked feast this Valentine’s Day? Feather and Bone’s “Surf ‘N’ Turf” food pack is here to the rescue. Check it out on FAB’s E-Shop!
Diners are in for a treat at CulinArt this Valentine’s Day. The exclusive Western Kaiseki set menu comes with a complimentary edible rose workshop for lovers to partake in together before a delicious feast. Featuring a selection of gourmet offerings such as diver scallop carpaccio, quail crepinette, Boston lobster ravioli, and grilled wagyu striploin, your Valentine's dinner at CulinArt is guaranteed to satisfy. Don’t forget to end your magical evening with the lychee and raspberry mousse and rose chocolate crème brûlée cake.
CulinArt 1862, 1/F, Chinachem Leighton Plaza, 29 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay
Over at Bianco & Rosso this Valentine’s Day, lovers can enjoy a specially curated dinner menu on 11, 12, and 14 February. Starting off on bespoke cocktails, dig into a plate of sharing starters and follow up with a choice of red crab risotto or black truffle tagliolini. For the main, guests can choose between Black Angus beef sirloin steak, grilled pigeon marinated with black garlic, and whole three yellow chicken. Finish off your romantic meal with B&R’s signature vanilla cheesecake and the seasonal Valentine’s macaron.
Guests coming on 11 February can join in the cocktail masterclass with their partners before your dinner!
Bianco & Rosso, 29 Gough Street, Central
The specialist in French and Japanese dining is welcoming the season for love with a new menu this February. The “Sois Ma Valentine” (Be My Valentine) menu is available for four nights starting from 11 February. Lovers can opt in for wine pairings for an elevated experience. Kick off your romantic dinner with a delicious trio of starters before digging into a two top grade beef cuts or roasted seabream, manila clam, and tomato dashi for a seafood alternative. Round off your romantic meal with a sweet Dessert Surprise and mignardises!
Bifteck, 23/F, QRE Plaza, 202 Queen’s Road East, Wanchai
JW Marriot has a selection of gourmet offerings for love birds this February. Over at Flint, couples can celebrate with the Valentine’s Day menu, starting with a premium slow-cooked abalone with Oscietra caviar and kombu jelly, followed by a hearty beef tenderloin and oyster with potato gratin or toothfish and red king prawn with gnocchi, and ending in a harmoniously delicious dessert appropriately titled “Venus”.
If your date prefers to gorge on a seafood buffet, hear over to The Lounge or JW Café for one of the best seafood dinner buffets in town. From caviar selections to sashimi, from jet-fresh lobsters to international delicacies, you can savour it all.
If you want to take your Valentine’s Day date to the next level, opt in for one of the hotel’s romantic gift sets and surprise your partner with a fresh bouquet of roses, selected wines, and chocolates, applicable to diners at Flint, The Lounge, and JW Café from 14 February.
Flint, 5/F, The Lounge, and JW Café, , JW Marriot Hotel Hong Kong, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty
Enjoy a selection of premium Japanese offerings from Reveri this Valentine’s Day. Featuring items such as Hokkaido hairy crab monaka, truffle wagyu beef and uni rice, and butter grilled lobster, the limited-time menu is available for lunch (six courses) and dinner (eight courses). Finish off your cosy lunch with a refreshing Japanese melon coconut mousse and your magical dinner with Reveri’s Valentine Dessert Box.
Reveri, G/F, 20 and 24 Mercer Street, Sheung Wan
Enjoy a romantic Italian feast at A Lux this Valentine’s Day. The “Cupid Calls” menu features seven delectable courses with a wine pairing option for adventurous partners. Savour across top-grade Tabouriech oysters, duck foie gras mousse with figs and port wine, cod fillet with Japanese clams, and more at A Lux this February.
A Lux, Shop M2, Baskerville House, 13 Duddell Street, Central
Diners can enjoy top-quality Korean cuisine at Mosu this Valentine’s Day. Enjoy a selection of signature small bites, mains, and sweet treats, including hanwoo with bokbunja and black olive, lobster and leek, and mulhoe, the Korean spicy raw fish soup.
Mosu Hong Kong, 3/F, M+ Tower, West Kowloon Cultural District, 38 Museum Drive, Kowloon
Chef Olivier of Clarence is offering couples a masterfully curated menu to celebrate Valentine’s Day. The six-course menu features the best French cuisine has to offer: from refreshing oyster served in the shell with caviar to an indulgent Alaskan king crab, to beef tenderloin served with heart-shaped crispy potatoes, your evening is guaranteed to end on a sweet note with the heart-shaped dessert, Le Cœur en Chocolat. Book your spots now!
Clarence, 25/F, H Code, 45 Pottinger Street, Central
The Valentine’s Day menu at LPM is filled with hearty items that will keep you and your date satisfied. The three-course menu begins with a starter of your choice from LPM’s curated selection, including gratinated clams with mushrooms and the show-stopping homemade tagliolini with lobster. For the main, diners also get to choose from four of LPM’s best items, including grilled rib eye steak for two, and a sharing baked whole sea bream en papillote. Round off your romantic evening with the elegant raspberry vanilla mousse cake. LPM’s bar is also offering lovers a seasonal cocktail, La Rosette, to elevate their dining experience. Don’t be shy and give it a try!
LPM Restaurant and Bar, Shop 1, UG/F, H Queen’s, 23 to 29 Stanley Street, Central
Zuma is offering a Valentine’s Day tasting menu to lovers this February. Featuring sliced sea bass with yuzu, truffle oil, and salmon roe, a premium sushi and sashimi platter, and an A4 wagyu Miyazaki sirloin with Tahoon sauce and fresh wasabi, you can savour across a variety of contemporary Japanese cuisines with your partner at Zuma this Valentine’s Day. Don’t forget to finish your meal with the refreshing raspberry, rose, and lychee dessert.
Zuma, Level 5 and 6, Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central
Ignite the flames of passion with a Valentine’s dinner at Fireside this February! The seven-course menu features Fireside’s best flame-forged items, such as Blackmore wagyu and flambadou oysters, before finishing off with the intense heat of a passion fruit brulee and indulgent sweetness of strawberries and chocolate.
Fireside, 5/F, H Code, The Steps, 45 Pottinger Street, Central
Landmark Mandarin Oriental’s MO Bar is offering a special afternoon tea set for lovers to relax and wind down over some small bites, mocktails, and flower teas. The afternoon tea features everything pink and edible, including almond and strawberry jam tarts, speciality choux with hibiscus-layered cream, and elderflower and black berry delights.
MO Bar, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, The Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central
Step into the whimsical wonderland at Hyatt Centric’s Farmhouse with your partner this Valentine’s Day! The Secret Garden Tea Party afternoon tea set features some of the best savouries and sweets from the hotel’s culinary team paired with live stations preparing fresh crêpes Suzette flambées, croffles, and ice cream. Partnering with the cosmetics brand, Belif, guests can take home a bespoke skincare package to commemorate your romantic rendezvous. Available from 8 January to 26 March.
The Farmhouse, 2/F, West Tower, Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour Hong Kong, 1 North Point Estate Lane, North Point
At Island Shangri-La, you can enjoy a romantic Valentine’s Day afternoon tea at the Lobby Lounge and Island Gourmet. Savour across a selection of the best sweets and savouries with your lover!
Over at Kowloon Shangri-La's Lobby Lounge, you can find the hotel’s latest collaborative afternoon tea set, Blooming Elegance, with the skincare brand, Haba. These Sakura and white peony infused treats are sure to get you in the mood for blooming love.
Kerry Hotel’s Lobby Lounge is also jumping on the Valentine’s bandwagon with its Valentine’s Day afternoon tea in collaboration with the beauty brand, 3CE. Guests enjoying the afternoon tea can also participate in the leather rose DIY workshop. Don't forget to pair your sweets and savouries with a glass of complimentary rosé!
Lobby Lounge, Level 6, and Island Gourmet, Level 5, Island Shangri-La, Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road, Central
Lobby Lounge, Lobby Level, Kowloon Shangri-La, 64 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East
Lobby Lounge, Level 1, Kerry Hotel, 38 Hung Luen Road, Hung Hom Bay, Hung Hom
Available at Nina Patisserie is the Sweet February Afternoon Tea set featuring delicious sweets and savouries crafted by the hotel’s culinary masters. Over at I-O-N Café and Bar's Central Market location, city dwellers can also take a break from the hustle and bustle with the Savour and Fall in Love Afternoon Tea set. Highlight savouries include Coppa ham with truffle cream cheese whilst local ingredients are used in sweets such as the Tie Guanyin tea mandarin mousse.
I-O-N Café and Bar, Shop 124, 1/F, Central Market, 93 Queen’s Road Central, Central
Nina Patisserie, Lobby, Nina Hotel Tseun Wan West, 8 Yeung Uk Road, Tseun Wan
The city’s favourite bakery, Butter, is introducing three flavours of freshly baked cookies to its loyal patrons this Valentine’s Day: chocolate chunk, peanut butter, and lemon crinkle. Alternatively, couples can try out the Valentine’s Love Bites box set for a romantic evening with three flavours of square cakes: red velvet, triple chocolate, and a special edition confetti vanilla cake.
Butter’s cookies are only available at Pacific Place whilst stock lasts, whilst the Valentine’s Love Bites box is available at K11 Musea and Butter’s website from 9 to 16 February. Be sure to catch these baked goods!
Butter, Kiosk LA106, Level 1, K11 Musea, Tsim Sha Tsui and Cookie Truck, LG1, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty
Plant-based dining is taking the culinary scene in Hong Kong by storm, and we dare say Veda and Komüne are the best yet. Guests dining at the restaurants this Valentine’s Day will be treated to a seasonal dessert that is sure to wow your date and round your meal off in the best way. The Stages of Love dessert represents the complexity of a loving relationship with its umami flavours and striking presentation.
Veda, Ovolo Central, 2 Arbuthnot Road, Central
Komüne, Ovolo Southside, 64 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen
Gift your lover one of Kiyoka’s beautifully mouth-watering desserts this Valentine’s! The limited-edition dark cherry chocolate lava tart takes the classic to the next level with its flavours reminiscent of an indulgent Black Forrest cake.
Kiyoka, E-Shop and Shop 327-333, 3/F, Landmark Atrium, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central
Offer your valentine this limited-edition dessert this February. The Place’s rose Champagne raspberry mousse cake is sure to wow your partner in the best ways possible. Opt in for the double bubbles combo and get a bottle of Champagne to pair with your delicious cake.
The Place Cake Shop, Lobby Level, Cordis Hong Kong, 555 Shanghai Street, Mongkok
Take home these premium Valentine’s specials for a romantic evening of celebration at home! Island Gourmet is offering a series of love-themed pastries and chocolates, such as the heart-shaped mille feuille and cookies and the letterbox chocolate fudge cake.
Baked by Shangri-La at the Kowloon location is offering a series of cakes and chocolates appropriately titled, Love at First Bite, which features cheesecakes, mille feuilles, and beautifully glazed cakes.
Finally, Kerry Hotel’s Lobby Lounge is offering two elegant cakes perfect for any home celebration. The milk chocolate and exotic cake is a rich and indulgent choice, whilst the lychee and strawberry cake offers a refreshing, fruity taste perfect for winding down from a day of celebrations.
All items are available in store and on Shangri-La's E-boutique.
Island Gourmet, Level 5, Island Shangri-La, Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road, Central
Baked by Shangri-La, Lobby Level, Kowloon Shangri-La, 64 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East
Lobby Lounge, Level 1, Kerry Hotel, 38 Hung Luen Road, Hung Hom Bay, Hung Hom
On offer at the Cakery this Valentine’s Day is a special chocolate box designed to carry your love to your significant other. You will find three types of chocolate nestled in the box, including matcha, pistachio, and raspberry. Of course, festive cakes are also available. The Sweetheart Cake is a delicious vegan option packed with the refreshing tastes of strawberries and rose whilst the strawberry rose mille feuille stacks fresh cream and strawberry rose jam between layers of vegan feuilletage. If you want to wow your date with a luxurious hamper, The Cakery has got you covered too.
The beautifully hand-crafted Xoxo cake from Coco at The Mira are perfect gifts for your loved one this Valentine’s. The refreshing treat features fresh strawberries and vanilla cream on an almond sponge. For those who want to stay secretive, the heart-shaped white chocolate bon bons are the perfect surprises to leave at your partner’s space. You can order in-store or at The Mira’s E-shop.
Coco, G/F, The Mira Hong Kong, Mira Place, 118 to 130 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
The heart-shaped cherry blossom mousse cake from Lighthouse Lounge is the perfect end to a Valentine’s celebration at home. You can order from Lighthouse Lounge or The Fullerton Ocean Park’s E-Shop.
Lighthouse Lounge, 1/F, The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong, 3 Ocean Drive, Aberdeen
Grab the perfect heart-shaped treats for your valentine this season of love at Nina Patisserie! The red velvet cake is a classic and indulgent choice guaranteed to impress, whilst the strawberry napoleon combines fresh custard cream with strawberries in layers of deliciousness. Other boxed treats include the popular palmier and macaron sets, which come bespoke gift tags for you to express your love in words. You can order from Nina Patisserie directly or its E-Shop.
The city’s favourite chocolatier, Charbonnel et Walker, is offering a selection of heart-shaped chocolate truffle boxes to all lovers in town. The classic connoisseur truffle selection comes in alluring red packaging, whilst the Pink Marc de Champagne chocolate truffles come in a dark pink box. Also on offer is the bespoke Valentine’s Day hamper which you can tailor to your partner’s tastes.
Charbonnel et Walker, Shop 104, 1/F, Landmark Alexandra, 16 Chater Road, Central
Show your love with these gummy hearts from Sugarfina! On offer are the XOXO 3pc candy bento box, XOXO 8pc candy bento box, and the extensive Love Letters tasting collection with 16 different flavours. If you want to send your love and blessings straight to your partner, Sugarfina’s Love Mail 2pc candy bento box is a perfect option.
Feather & Bone’s exclusive caviar and Champagne set is a great gift for lovers planning to celebrate the season of love at home this February. Set the mood for a romantic evening with premium Oscietra sturgeon caviar and Phillzot Champagne! Be sure to order your gift set three days in advance.
Feather & Bone, E-Shop
Heimat’s Valentine’s Day gift hamper is the perfect treat for your partner. Show your love with premium gummies, sparkling rose, and an adorable teddy by the German brand, Steiff. You can get ten percent off your hamper if you hold a reservation for Heimat’s Valentine’s menu when you place your order.
Heimat, 8/F, LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham Street, Central