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A Bachelor’s Guide to Valentine’s Day Restaurants

Friday, February 12, 2016


Valentine’s Day is fast approaching this Sunday 14th February and if you’re still not sure where to head out, here’s a bachelor’s guide to London’s top restaurants from our very own Sales & Marketing Director Matt Grant!

Clos Maggiore

Clos Maggiore

Rated one of the most romantic restaurants in the world it's a Valentine’s Day No.1. Make sure you request a table in the fair lit atrium where you can dine in style à la carte or off the tasting menu.What I like most about Clos Maggiore is it's a great place if you really want to woo someone. Dress to impress.Expect to pay: Around £60 per head for a 3 course meal à la carte and some wine.



Quaglino’s is another London institution which has recently been refurbished and looks fantastic. They have an extensive à la carte menu to choose from; to make the night extra special I recommend a glass of Champagne at the iconic main balcony bar and be sure to stay for the live music later on. My favourite thing about Quaglino’s is its natural elegance with the quirk of relaxed live music.Expect to pay: Around £60 per head for a 3 course meal à la carte and some wine.

Quo Vadis

Quo Vadis Soho

Another timeless classic which people having been going to for years. The menu is easy going, the setting intimate and exclusive. The cocktail list and quality is what makes this place stand out the most.It’s a great place to go if you want some good food but your priority is boozy fun.Expect to pay: Around £50 per head including a cocktail.



A fine dining charcuterie and tapas bar in the heart of Carnaby Street. They have a variety of smaller dishes to choose from as well as an amazing wine list.What earns my vote is the fact that it’s a fine dining restaurant without the supercilious atmosphere. It’s perfect for a first date or something smart but casual enough to share dishes and have that extra glass of wine to lighten the mood even further.Expect to pay: Around £40 per head to share plates and a bottle of wine.Have you got any Valentine’s Day recommendations? Join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter, or leave a comment below. Follow @MattGrant on Twitter.


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