Impressing your partner in the most romantic way will definitely seal the deal for you this Valentine's Day. Chocolates, flowers and jewellery are important, but go the extra mile and plan a romantic dinner date too.
Valentine’s Day 2017: Impressing your partner in the most romantic way will definitely seal the deal for you this Valentine’s Day. Chocolates, flowers and jewellery are important, but go the extra mile and plan a romantic dinner date too. This Valentine’s Day, express your love with grandeur and in the most romantic way with restaurants which offer you an exquisite atmosphere. If you’re still wondering what might be the best options, Financial Express has come up with some unique choices by presenting you five restaurants which will add an extra spark to your Valentine’s Day celebrations.
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Unlimited champagne: Are you both fans of the idea of toasting your love over Valentine’s Day bubbly champagne? Then head over to Shangri La’s Sorrento, which is serving unlimited champagne and wine. Enjoy an extravagant 5 course meal crafted by executive chef Neeraj Tyagi and Italian chef Luigi Ferraro at Rs 11,995. Want to amp up the romance? At Rs 19,995, you can turn your dinner date alfresco (open-air) and dine under the stars.
The Rs 1 lakh dinner date: Treat your girlfriend like a queen at The Claridges’ Sevilla, which offers an amalgamation of romance and luxury under the sky with a Degustation Menu and a personalized butler at your service. On this luxurious dinner date, not only do you get to treat your tastebuds, but you can also enjoy the romantic ambiance that has meandering streams. This mind-blowing royal date comes in three packages ranging from Rs 24,000-99,000.
Unlimited rose petals-infused menu: Want to go all out with the Valentine’s Day roses? Barbeque Nation is taking it to the next level with their Chocolates and Roses theme with dishes like gulabi kofta and rose brownies actually having rose petals. If you aren’t feeling too adventurous, go for rose flavoured dishes like gulab soya biryani and veg gulab tikki. The unlimited four-course menu comes at Rs 1,600 for two people.
Live music under the stars: A romantic date is incomplete without a candle light meal. Cherie provides just that along with a 5-course meal with unlimited premium alcohol. You also have an option to choose whether you wish to dine on the terrace, outdoor or the inside. With a meal crafted by master chef Cristian Cabrera and a live performance by Gaurav Sajjanhar, you will get evening of elegance and romance and Cherie.
A meal for two is prices at Rs 7500 + taxes