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Valentines Day 2015 – Where to go in London town for all budgets!

Looking for somewhere special to go on Saturday? (which just happens to be St Valentines day…) look no further!

Clos Maggiore
www.closmaggiore.com
33 King Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 8JD

Influenced by the stylish country inns of Provence and Tuscany, Head Chef Marcellin Marc combines the freshest ingredients with a passion for bringing out inherent flavours in a contemporary approach to Provençal inspired dishes. Marcellin is committed to using locally sourced seasonal ingredients to create perfectly balanced menus which have been awarded three AA-rosettes since 2008.

Skylon
www.skylon-restaurant.co.uk
Royal Festival Hall, London SE1 8XX

Skylon is situated on the third floor of the Royal Festival Hall in the Southbank Centre and offers stunning views from huge floor-to-ceiling windows.
The main restaurant features modern British cuisine from Head Chef Adam Gray, while the grill offers more informal cooking and a relaxed atmosphere. The two dining areas are separated by a stunning centrepiece bar, which is renowned across London for its fabulous cocktails.
Skylon takes its name from the original iconic structure that was built for the 1951 Festival of Britain. The restaurant’s design echoes the style of the Royal Festival Hall during the same period, with unique contemporary touches.

Ping Pong
www.pingpongdimsum.com
Southbank and Westbourne Grove only

Las iguanas
www.iguanas.co.uk

Various locations

Carnivalentines– not a set menu but certainly looks like fun! As a bit of a Brazilophile  myself, this looks great!

This month Carnival & Valentines are the perfect match. By 14th February the Rio Sambadrome will be in full swing so that’s why we’re saying don’t celebrate in silence with your loved one this Valentines Day, book now for Carnivalentines!

Gail’s kitchen
www.gailskitchen.co.uk/
11 – 13 Bayley Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1B 3HD

Located in the trendy Bloomsbury district of London our restaurant is bursting with flavour and oozing style. We are passionate about turning amazing ingredients into fresh and exciting small plate dishes, skillfully combining the unexpected. Our small plates menu allows you to enjoy a variety of flavours in one sitting.

  • set valentines menu £59 per couple

La Tasca
www.latasca.com
Various Locations

There’s nowhere better to share the love this Valentine’s than in La Tasca where our chefs have created an amazing suite of menus packed with a selection of our favourite recipes guaranteed to win every heart.
Here’s hoping you fall head over heels with our mouthwatering menu too, where everything is delivered to your table ready to share with the one you love.
Our menus will be available from 13th – 15th February and we expect these days to be extremely busy, so to secure your spot please ensure you book your table in advance (we don’t want any broken hearts this year).

They have different options for their valentines day set menus and all look amazing.

Duck and Waffle
www.duckandwaffle.com
110 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AY

Inspired by broad European and British influences and spirit, Duck & Waffle’s menu features an array of dishes designed for sampling and sharing. Placing emphasis on local, rustic, seasonal and sustainable British ingredients, the menu offers playful takes on traditional cuisine.
Take your love to new heights this Valentine’s Day at Duck & Waffle, featuring the most romantic views the city has to offer and a special menu by Executive Chef Daniel Doherty.

Shaka Zulu
www.shaka-zulu.com/
Stables Market, Chalk Farm Road, Camden, NW1 8AB

Our Executive Head Chef, Stephen Boucher, has carefully designed and created a traditional menu showcasing the originality and flair of his homeland South African cuisine. And for the more adventurous diners who are looking for a true culinary experience of South Africa we also offer game meats such as Kudu, Ostrich, Springbok and Zebra all from Namibia.

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