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The best Valentine’s Day menus in Hong Kong

There’s no better expression of love than good food!

By Fontaine Cheng
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With love almost in the air in Hong Kong, and Chinese New Year gifts, puddings, and menus sorted, it’s time to make an effort for your love life – or whatever situationship you have going on – and find the best Valentine’s Day menu to mark the occasion. So whether you’re rekindling an old flame or at the very start of a bad romance (rah, rah-ah-ah-ah), there is plenty of choice in our culinary city to head out for a romantic meal or take it home for an amorous evening filled with good food. After all, the best way to a person's heart is through their stomach. Failing that, at least you’ll feed yours!

RECOMMENDED: Need more inspiration for Valentine’s Day? Check out our date ideas that won’t break the bank, the most romantic restaurants in Hong Kong, and the best steakhouses to meat your lover.

Best Valentine’s Day menus in Hong Kong

Bedu
Bedu
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Bedu

Restaurants Middle Eastern Sheung Wan

Enjoy an Arabian affair of modern Middle Eastern fare at Bedu. Their Valentine’s Day five-course ($390) or seven-course ($450) menu features a series of dishes that will delight all the senses including a bright pink beetroot labneh served with warm homemade flatbread, freshly shucked oysters, and a choice of confit King Ora salmon or smoked quail. For those that like to keep it sweet, a Turkish delight dessert follows, and if you’ve gone for seven-courses, then you’ll also enjoy the peach and pistachio sorbet with sparkling Chardonnay. For those that will be taking their meals on a magic carpet ride home, Bedu also offers delivery sets as well as a meal kit for harissa slow-roasted brisket ($320/two persons)

Available: for dine-in on February 14; booking cuts off on Feb 10 with 48hr cancellation policy

Osteria Marzia
Osteria Marzia
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Osteria Marzia

Restaurants Italian Wan Chai

You know what they say about oysters, don’t you? They’re best paired with Champagne! At coastal Italian restaurant Osteria Marzia, they’re offering an oyster shucking experience ($488/person) which includes half a dozen oysters and free-flow, as well as pinzimonio (Italian snacks). There are also upgrade options for additional oysters and extended free-flow. Alternatively, you can go for the more private extraordinary oyster shucking experience ($1,500/two people) which comes with a few extra perks such as more oysters (one dozen), two hours of free-flow Champagne and Italian wines, a selection of snacks and dessert. Plus it can be arranged on any date, so you can buy the experience gift card for your Valentine and then set the date together after.

Available: Oyster shucking on February 14 at 3pm can be booked here; Extraordinary oyster shucking on any date and can be purchased here 

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La Rambla By Catalunya
La Rambla By Catalunya
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La Rambla by Catalunya

Restaurants Spanish Central

Take it home for Valentine’s Day and opt for La Rambla’s ‘Feliz Dia de San Valentin’ seafood dinner for two to takeaway. This luxurious meal ($2,500/two persons) is just packed with seafood and includes a fresh and chilled seafood platter with Tsarskaya oysters, king crab, and La Rambla caviar; grilled seafood with Carabineros, lobster, and more; Spanish seabass; and not one, but two desserts to finish the night on a sweet note. To ensure a little bubbly excitement, you can also choose to add a bottle of Pol Roger Champagne (+$1,050)

Available: for pick-up or delivery (limited to Hong Kong Island) on February 10-14 via Alfreds.hk or 2661 1161

Okra
Okra
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Okra

Restaurants Japanese Sheung Wan

Serving a ten-course Valentine’s Omakase, Okra’s menu ($1,580/person) is focused on great combinations including a sake pairing ($380/four glasses or $680/eight glasses). Menu highlights include creamy cod shirako served hot on bamboo with zesty yuzu kosho, Bafun uni-topped atsuyaki tamago which is a take on the traditional Japanese omelette, cherrywood-smoked mirin koshu salmon, black truffle dry-aged toro tartare, and Jeju island strawberries. 

Available: from 12-6pm on February 14

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LucAle
LucAle
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LucAle

Restaurants Italian Sai Ying Pun

Offering brunch for Valentine’s Day, casual Italian restaurant LucAle will serve Italian bites with limitless plates of salumi, burrata and fresh mozzarella. Highlights from the menu include avocado cannoli ($438) with Alaskan king crab topped with 15g of caviar, black cabbage ravioli ($438) stuffed with seabass and topped with Sorrento lemon foam and a caviar sauce. They will also offer a free-flow champagne package ($380) with Laherte Feres Champagne along with a rose for each couple. Aww!

Available: February 14

Fumi Valentine's Day
Fumi Valentine's Day
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Fumi

Restaurants Japanese Central

For Japanese food lovers, Fumi is offering a feast for Valentine’s Day weekend featuring a seven-course menu ($1,580/two persons) that includes Hokkaido snow crab with fresh soy milk skin and broth, an applewood-smoked rosy bass, Gusokuni style deep-fried lobster, and more. Plus, each couple will receive a complimentary GLYCEL skincare gift to take home. For those who prefer to take Valentine’s home, they are also offering a takeaway for two ($880/two persons). And if you can’t make it on the day, Fumi’s Hokkaido king crab weekend brunch ($528/person) is sure to impress just the same.

Available: Valentine’s Day menu on February 14; Valentine’s Day takeaway now until February 14; Hokkaido king crab weekend brunch from 12-3pm February 13-14

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Fiamma
Fiamma
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Fiamma

Restaurants Italian The Peak

Send your love soaring, well at least to The Peak, with a meal at Fiamma. The Italian restaurant is offering a five-course tasting menu ($1,188/two persons) with dishes including a fresh sea bass tartare with cucumber, creamy risotto with mascarpone and Sicilian red prawns, beef striploin with black garlic, mashed potatoes and asparagus, and an incredibly light strawberry mousse with cherry honey Namelaka cream in a heart shape, topped with chocolate devil sponge, raspberry and rose gel. You even get a small box of house-made chocolate truffles to take home too.

Available: all day from Friday to Monday February 12-15

Roganic
Roganic
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Roganic

Restaurants Causeway Bay

Roganic is offering Valentine’s Day meal kits ($1,800/set for two) for couples to make moments at home together. The kit, which must be collected from the restaurant, includes items such as creamy uni custard and caviar, zesty citrus cured salmon and pike perch with blinis and cultured cream, rich beef short rib with truffle creamed potato, their signature apple tart, and Valentine’s Day treats among other dishes.

Available: Meal kits are available for collection only on February 13 and 14

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208 Duecento Otto
208 Duecento Otto
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208 Duecento Otto

Restaurants Sheung Wan

n honour of San Valentino, Italian eatery 208 Duecento Otto is putting on a feast for lovers with a four-course Valentine’s Day set menu ($688) for takeaway only. It all starts with razor clams with Oscietra caviar and ponzu sauce, Sicilian red prawn with spaghetti chitarra, and French baby mussel and burrata foam, followed by a choice of either sea bass with spinach cream and salmon roe or lamb rack with smoked potato puree and artichoke. It’s finished off with a deconstructed puff pastry cake with fruit sauces and chocolate. They also have a set of San Valentino cocktails to order for takeaway too, including The Look of Love ($98) a strawberry and dill-infused dry vermouth, white wine reduction and vanilla bitter cocktail to get the evening going.

Available: on February 14

The Pizza Project
The Pizza Project
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The Pizza Project

Restaurants Pizza Central

When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, that's amore… Yes, in other words, pizza is love! And The Pizza Project is full of love with two heart-shaped pizzas made especially for Valentine’s Day. The first, a Truffle Love pizza, is made with creamy mascarpone, black truffle and mortadella, and the second, Amore di Parma pizza is packed with spicy nduja, fried chilli and salami to heat things up a little. 

Available: on February 14 for a la carte, brunch, tasting menu add-on, or takeaway

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