Valentine’s Day is coming up, and we know February 14 is still a whole CNY away, but some of these dinners prove very popular among couples and potential couples wanting to make a great impression. To make sure you get the best deal and a table at one of Beijing’s swank restaurants, booking sooner than later is always a good idea. Below are those dinners we deem will be the most popular and are likely to sell out the quickest. To see our full Valentine’s Day listings (of which there are already 25-plus), click here.
Valentine’s at Migas
Seduce your lover with a Mediterranean dinner, starting with little love bites to get things heated up, a big platter of Iberico steak to devour, followed sweet moments to get you in the mood for love. RMB 598 per couple, RMB 888 per couple including a bottle of Anna de Codorniu sparkling wine. 5.30-10.30pm. Migas
BEST FOR: Party animals who prefer and meat-heavy menu and want to go straight to the club after.
Valentine’s Day Dinner at Hagaki
Hagaki has put together a romantic set dinner for two with a little bit of everything. There’s sushi, sashimi, beef ribs, soup, noodles, and of course, dessert. Call at 8414 9815 to make your reservation. RMB 608 per couple (plus 15 percent service charge). 5.30-10pm. Hagaki
BEST FOR: Those who prefer Japanese food over the traditional set menu.
Valentine’s Day Dinner at Feast
At Feast, you’ll start your Valentine’s Day dinner right with foie gras torchon and gravlax with brioche, red wine jelly and herb salad. There’s also a second course of mushroom and chestnut cappuccino before the main of beef and reef. A dessert of pavlova is bound to impress your other half. RMB 521 per couple (plus 15 percent service charge). 5.30-10pm. Feast
BEST FOR: The couple that likes to escape the city for Valentine’s Day.
Valentine’s at Mosto
Mosto will help you seduce your lover in the glow of flickering candles and the scent of red roses with Mosto’s four course Valentine’s menu. Start off with classic foie gras terrine, duo of Sorrentino, and their extravagant rendition of surf and turf, topped off with chocolate profiteroles.
BEST FOR: Couples who love good food at great value.
Check our events listings and keep an eye on the blog for more Valentine’s Day events.
This post first appeared on thebeijinger.com on January 26, 2016.