As Valentine’s Day drifts closer, here at Urbanista we have rounded up some of the most romantic and scenic meals Liverpool has to offer. If you haven’t made a reservation to be”spontaneous”, here are some ideas that will ignite your appetite and inspire the beginning of your romantic evening!
Valentine’s Banquet at Lunyalita
Thursday 14th February
Overlooking the picturesque Royal Albert Dock, Lunyalita already sets the scene for a romantic meal. Their special Valentine’s banquet is sure to tantalise taste buds without breaking the bank. Diners can sip a glass of sangria on arrival, followed by a mixed platter of Iberico meats Spanish cheeses, before enjoying a delicious selection of tapas dishes and an indulgent dessert sharing platter, with highlights including warm melted chocolate and churros for dipping.
Valentine’s Day at What’s Cooking
2 courses – £24.95 PP
Located in the Grade I listed Queen Elizabeth Hall, What’s Cooking is the longest-serving restaurant in the Royal Albert Dock family. The Tex-Mex inspired dishes comprise fresh ingredients from local suppliers, bursting with flavour. The Valentine’s feast offers a prosecco cocktail on arrival, followed by a lip-smacking selection of menu choices, from sizzling fajitas to hand-crafted burgers and slow-roasted ribs.
Valentine’s Day Dinner at Titanic Hotel
3 course dinner – £50 PP
Steeped in both style and history, Titanic Hotel is a firm favourite for couples looking to enjoy a romantic dinner with stunning surroundings. For Valentine’s day, diners can enjoy a sumptuous 3 course dinner and a glass of Laurent Perrier Cuvee Rose in the theatre style restaurant, Stanley’s Bar & Grill. Menu choices include everything from juicy tempura tiger prawns with asian slaw and wasabi, and braised shin of beef served with truffle and parmesan potato wedges, to butternut squash risotto with sage and pine nuts.