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4 Valentine’s Day restaurants for a romantic date night in Hong Kong

Tatler Hong Kong
  • Written by Tatler Hong Kong

This year, cupid is aiming his heart-shaped arrows at four intimate Hong Kong restaurants that are perfect for a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner. They all happen to fall under the Hong Kong Tourism Board’s Quality Tourism Services (QTS) Scheme, which help you find high-quality restaurants and shops across the city. With attention to detail and charming hospitality, these restaurants’ exclusive menus are sure to win your lover’s heart. 


1.     Beefbar

For couples with refined palates and a penchant for culinary excellence, the Michelin-starred Beefbar in Central sources quality cuts from around the world and serves them with finesse and elegance. Opt for its six-course Valentine’s Day menu for a taste of what they do best — think beef carpaccio, Kobe beef tataki and a ‘wine-gyu’ striploin — or simply order the finest Japanese wagyu, cooked over a charcoal grill, for an evening you won’t forget.

Bo Innovation

2.     Bo Innovation

Treat your special someone to, well, something special. Bo Innovation blends art with food in a whimsical dining experience that makes each date night one of a kind. Chef Alvin Leung has led the kitchen to two Michelin stars with his take on traditional dishes with a modern twist, like the signature Rhapsody in Rice, with crispy rice paper, brown butter carrots, ‘cheung fun’ passion fruit, rice miso chicken and aged risotto rice. Its lively dining room sets the scene for a self-styled ‘X-treme’ culinary journey that will create lasting memories.


3.      Castellana

Indulge in an intimate evening at Castellana, a northern Italian restaurant that focuses on Piedmontese cuisine. Exclusive to this Valentine’s Day, Chef Romeo Morelli has prepared a six-course culinary experience inspired by the concept of love. Each dish is crafted to evoke a sense of nostalgia and warmth. Must-tries include the river prawn tartare, which is marinated with Amalfi lemon and Morel mushrooms served in three ways, and the chef’s signature guinea fowl — a slow-cooked breast accompanied by an eggplant and wing croquette and a leg, served with orange and peas. End the night sweet with a signature tiramisu or Piedmontese cheese selection. Those looking to pop a bottle will be enthralled with the extensive wine selection.

Sushi Rin

4.     Sushi Rin

Feeling indecisive? Leave it up to the master chef at Sushi Rin, which offers omakase dining with fresh produce and expert techniques. Perfectly coinciding with the arrival of spring, the Edomae-style restaurant has curated a Sakura Pink menu that features the best seasonal ingredients sourced from Japan. A delightful pairing of rosé champagne, exquisite wines and, of course, sake further ignites the romantic flame. Be sure to book in advance, as the menu is dependent on the seasonal ingredients that are available from 13 February to 3 March 2024.

Information in this article is subject to change without advance notice. Please contact the relevant product or service providers for enquiries.

The Hong Kong Tourism Board disclaims any liability as to the quality or fitness for purpose of third party products and services; and makes no representation or warranty as to the accuracy, adequacy or reliability of any information contained herein.

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