Here are our top picks in London for good food with a swoon-worthy side of romance.
What to Order: The 'most romantic restaurants' in London has three menus on offer for V-Day: a pre-theatre three-course meal (£49.50) including chicken liver and duck foie gras parfait and frozen Granny Smith apple mousse; a five-course tasting menu (£155) or a special vegetarian truffle tasting menu (£155), both of which include a glass of champagne.
Insider Tip: Make sure to request a seat near the heartwarming and romance-igniting fireplace.
What to Order: Opt for the Menu Prestige, which includes dishes made with the finest seasonal ingredients. If not, the seven-course tasting menu should hit the spot with seared Scottish scallops, foie gras and roasted venison.
Insider Tip: The 360 degree views of London are spectacular, and you can choose your seat according to what you want to see: southeast for views of Buckingham Palace and the cityscape of Victoria; west for the best views of Hyde Park and the Serpentine; and north for the red brick buildings of Mayfair and the tree tops of Regents Park.
What to Order: If oysters really are aphrodisiacs, this is where you want to eat them as there is a variety on offer from the British Isles, as well as a selection of dressed oysters such as Kizami wasabi, chilli jam or cucumber sorbet.
Insider Tip: There are several branches around town but, unless you fancy perching at a bar, the recently refurbished three-floor Soho restaurant is the best one for a proper dinner.
What to Order: The 'Reveillon de la St. Valentin' menu at this candlelit Belgravia bistro includes all the French classics from escargots to onion soup, steak au poivre and crème brûlée.
Insider Tip: Show off your romance language skills by ordering a big bottle of Beaujolais from the French-speaking staff.
What to Order: Share generous portions of wholesome, hearty comfort food like creamed fish pie, onion soup and bread and butter pudding.
Insider Tip: A quiet table in an upstairs booth at this cosy, farmhouse-style restaurant is sure to impress.