Hong Kong Valentines Menus We Know You’ll Love
These restaurants know the way to our hearts.
Your Ultimate Guide to Valentine’s Day Dining in Hong Kong
Spoil your significant other this Valentine’s Day with an indulgent meal for two at one of Hong Kong’s hotspots. From harbourside fine dining to al-fresco surf n’ turf, we’ve rounded up a list of some of the most romantic—and delicious—menus to impress your date, or for those riding solo this year, some self-love.
Dive into romance by indulging in Peninsula’s St. Valentine’s Dinner for a gourmet five-course set meal, which includes Taraba crab leg, steamed Dover sole filet and slow-roasted beef tenderloin—all the while gazing over the decadent poolside setting and iconic skyline.
Where: Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui
Price: $3,688HKD per couple (subject to 10% service charge)
Book: 2696 6615 | [email protected]
Chef Chris Grare takes the reigns over the menu at Kinship for a more casual yet sophisticated night out with a dedicated Love Quiz to play with your partner. Some highlights include the homemade love potion cocktail Valentines Elixir, baked Norwegian cod and a cheeky round of chocolate truffles for dessert.
Where: 3/F LL Tower, 2 Shelley St, Central
Price: $1,248HKD per couple (subject to 10% service charge)
Book: 2520 0899 | [email protected]
Experience Spanish cuisine by chef Ferran Tadeo in the heart of IFC, Central for a menu boasting seafood signatures (including tartare of oyster and avocado lobster to tickle your appetite) whilst overlooking the panoramic Victoria Harbour for a scenic night of romance.
Where: 8 finance st. 3071-73 Level 3, ifc mall, Central
Price: $850HKD per person (min. 2 people) (subject to 10% service charge)
Book: 2661 1161 | [email protected]
Get a taste of contemporary British cuisine at Roganic for a farm-to-table romantic encounter. The Michelin-star holder will be serving a set menu that includes exquisite sea urchin custard and dry aged duck to name a few.
Where: Sino Plaza, UG/F 08, 255 Gloucester Rd, Causeway Bay
Price: $1,280 per person (subject to 10% service charge) (additional long wine pairing $680: 6 glasses or non-alcoholic pairing $280: 6 glasses)
Book: 2817 8383 | [email protected]
For the singles ready to mingle, heartwarming Italian restaurant DiVino Central’s complimentary aperitif (6-8pm) will put you in the mood. Indulge in what’s next—Chef Ignazio prepares a selection of luxe caviar and oysters for the mains which will pair well with champagne and Valentine’s treats including heart-shaped bonbons and a red rose for the ladies—plus a chance to win a couples’ spa massage from Sense of Touch!
Where: 73 Wyndham Street, Central
Price: From $1,188HKD for one dozen Brittany oysters and one Veuve Cliquot Yellow Label (subject to 10% service charge)
Book: 2167 8883
Embrace modern Australian cuisine at HUE’s harbourside dining room for a three or four-course menu including yam and ricotta dumplings and scallop sashimi (vegetarian options also available).
Where: 1/F Hong Kong Museum of Art, 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, HK
Price: $880HKD per person for 3-course menu, $980HKD per person for 4-course menu (subject to 10% service charge)
Book: 3500 5888 | [email protected]
Dine in the chai-bar inspired Chaiwala for a ten-course spread by Chef Prabir Banerjee, showcasing Indian fusion delicacies like Tawa grilled chicken breast and marinated tiger prawns for an eating journey infused with spices.
Where: Basement, No. 43-55, Wyndham Street, Central
Price: $498HKD per person
Book: 2362 8988 | [email protected]
For a quirkier, more casual evening out, the newly launched Pizza Project is perfect for a cheesier Valentine’s—literally! Devour the special truffle heart shaped pizza topped with mortadella for some comfort food with a touch of adoration.
Where: G/F, No.26 Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong
Price: $140HKD per pizza
Book: 2311 1815
The bustling TokyoLima—as inspired by the atmosphere of Japan’s izakaya drinking hotspots—has curated a couple’s sharing menu which includes restaurant signatures such as la causa and maguro nuevo rolls—sharing is caring, right?
Where: G/F, 18-20 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central
Price: $470HKD per person (additional $200HKD per person for two glasses of Prosecco and two pieces of Normandy oysters)
Book: 2811 1152 | [email protected]
Head to the trendy 22 Ships for a special Valentine’s tapas evening including two glasses of complimentary Cava, 48-months Iberico bellota ham and scallop crudo, amongst other sharing dishes by Chef Andy Rees for a special evening.
Where: 22 Ship Street, Wan Chai
Price: $888HKD for two people
Book: 2555 0722 | [email protected]
Traditional Belgian beerhouse FRITES is cooking up a Valentine’s Day three-course special starting with a tantalizing prosecco and choices of seared haddock to braised veal shank.
Where: 1/F, The Wellington, 198 Wellington Street, Central
Shop 6, 1/F Causeway Centre, 28 Harbour Road, Wan Chai
Shop 1, 38 Haven St, Causeway Bay
G/F, Oxford House, Taikoo Place, 979 King’s Road, (Entrance at 22 Westlands Road), Quarry Bay
Price: $998HKD for two people (subject to 10% service charge)
Book: Central: 2217 6671 | Wanchai: 2877 2422 | Causeway Bay: 2142 5233 | Quarry Bay: 2250 5188
Contemporary French restaurant Bibo has gained the hearts of food lovers and art connoisseurs around town, thanks to the gallery-like setting featuring works by Bansky, Hirst and Koons. Take your art partner for the five-course Valentine’s Day menu which includes Alaskan king crab, duck and coconut ice cream and admire the surrounding masterpieces.
Where: 163 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Price: $588HKD per person for the five-course Early Bird Valentine’s Day Dinner (subject to 10% service charge)
Book: 2956 3188 | [email protected]
INK’s Surf n Turf Valentine’s Day menu is an al-fresco seaside dining experience situated on the picturesque harbourfront, serving the choice of a half dozen fresh oysters or the oysters kirkpatrick followed by Australian wagyu steak and a sharing sweet treat.
Where: G/F Hong Kong Museum of Art, 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
Price: $500HKD per person (subject to 10% service charge)
Book: 3500 5581 | inkcafe.com.hk
Rosewood Hong Kong’s sustainable wellness restaurant is offering a healthy Valentine’s Day menu including Gillardeau Oyster N*3 and angel hair with red prawn and more. Dishes will be brought out in a chronological dating theme of “We Met at a Party”, “1st Date”, “2nd Date” and so forth—a great way to reflect on your couples’ journey together.
Where: 6/F, Rosewood Hong Kong, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui,
Price: $1,755HKD per couple (subject to 10% service charge and subject to change)
Book: 3891 8888 | [email protected]
Celebrate L’Amour with the romantics themselves, La Petite Maison, for a French-meets-Mediterannean theme for an elegant evening of romance, from champagne toasting to the selection of fine dining dishes including snails with garlic butter, slow cooked duck legs with orange glaze and a delectable strawberry tiramisu.
Where: H Queen’s, 23-29, 1/F Stanley St, Central
Price: $1,088HKD per person (subject to 10% service charge)
Book: 2887 1113
Michel starred Cantonese restaurant Yat Tung Heen offers decadent dining and this Valentine’s Day is no exception—the eatery’s seven-course romance menu consists of traditional meals from honey-glazed barbecue pork to braised minced shrimp with abalone sauce for gourmands looking to indulge.
Where: B2, Eaton HK, 380 Nathan Road, Kowloon
Price: $1,600HKD for two people (subject to 10% service charge)
Book: 2710 1093
Designed for a healthy heart, VEDA’s plant-based cuisine makes a perfect match for wellness seekers and vegans alike. The four-course menu of natural aphrodisiacs will seduce and nourish your partner, offering dishes like yam korokke and coconut chickpea curry, paired with a selection of wines.
Where: Ovolo Central, 2 Arbuthnot Road, Central
Price: $480HKD per person (wine and cocktail pairing for an additional $280HKD)
Book: 3755 3067
Fuse flames to your romantic evening (the good kind) with a Valentine’s Day exclusive baked Alaska dessert for two at La Vache! Steakhouse—a towering strawberry and meringue-layered sponge cake—after a classic steak, of course.
Where: 48 Peel Street, SoHo | 12 Hart Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui
Price: $138 for the Baked Alaska dessert *may be subject to service charge*
Book: SoHo: 2880 0248 | TST: 2666 6818
For those riding solo, Butter is teaming up with GO to offer a loving, sweet treat for you only on Valentine’s Day. Order any lunch or dinner on the GO app and you can add this triple chocolate cake with your meal for a mere $18HKD—a delicious topper for self-love!
Where: Order online or download the GO App here
Price: $18HKD per slice
Queries: 2670 2670
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