Celebrating Valentine's Dayin lockdown

With Coronavirus lockdown restrictions still in place, it will come as no surprise that Valentine's Day is going to be a little different in 2021. The good news is we can enjoy a spectacular Valentine's dinner at home...
Here's how to navigate an unusual Valentine's celebration.
2021-02-01
Gastronomy

Elite Bistros at Home

Chef Gary Usher has launched two Valentine’s sharing menus to help you mark the date in style. Start your evening with cocktails before four fabulous courses including 35-day aged fillet of beef with dauphinois potatoes or a truffled celeriac pithivier for the vegetarian in your life. Order as soon as possible as we expect these to sell out.

Hame By Adam Handling

Push the boat out with a decadent six-course menu from Adam Handling, the chef behind restaurants in Chelsea and Covent Garden. Alongside lobster tagliatelle and a whole honey-roast duck, is a 30g tin of caviar and a bottle of rosé Champagne. Available for nationwide delivery on Friday 12 February.

La Tua Pasta's Valentine's Day meal

To celebrate San Valentino, Italian restaurant La Tua Pasta has created two limited-edition boxes using two of their most popular fillings, tomato and mozzarella and black truffle and ricotta. The twist is the shape though, which for two weeks in February will be heart-shaped! As always with the La Tua boxes, easy antipasti and dessert are included.

Rick Stein's Valentine's Day meal

If you're after something a little more special, Rick Stein has launched a Valentine's Day dining experience to enjoy from home. Choose from two mouthwatering three-course menus with either lobster or steak as the main course. There is also a bottle of Rick Stein Champagne, chocolate hearts to share and a Jill Stein Padstow candle, scented with sea salt and samphire.

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