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Resy’s Guide to Valentine’s Day in London

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For all of you lovebirds out there, now would be a good time to start planning: February 14 will be here before you know it. So put your flower bouquets aside and figure out where to celebrate your loved ones with our ultimate guide to Valentine’s Day. Make a Resy, or set a Notify if necessary, and then eat your heart out. Right this way.

 

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Go All Out 

Sweep them off their feet with a decadent feast (over £50).

Darby’sBook Now

£75 four-course menu, including Exmoor caviar and waffles, plus Brixham turbot or Hereford Dexter beef to share. 

Silver LiningBook Now

£55 four-course vegetarian and non-vegetarian menu with snacks, including poached wild brill, St. Brides chicken pie with sauce Bordelaise, and wild mushroom pithivier.

Corner RoomBook Now

Five-course vegetarian and non-vegetarian tasting menu with a glass of Lauren Perrier to guests who book via Resy. Dishes will include langoustine with pork belly and pickled apple, burrata with blood orange and mint, and Jerusalem artichoke choc ices.

The YardBook Now

£80 four-course menu with fizz on arrival.

KuduBook Now

£60 five-course menu with a glass of prosecco on arrival. Dishes will include Kudu bread with Cape Malay butter,  Champagne poached fine de claire oysters, and braised lamb with olive and artichoke. 


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À La Carte

The regular menus you both love, with some extra fireworks for good measure.

Darby’s Morning After Brunch Book Now

Saturday brunch with live blues, and dishes including Applewood smoked eel omelette with Exmoor caviar, Dexter beef rump with fried Cacklebean egg, and crispy potatoes. 

Bistrotheque Book Now

À la carte, with legendary pianist Xavior accompanying guests with classic romantic songs during dinner.

HayaBook Now

À la carte, with bespoke Valentine’s dishes and cocktails, including cherry and rose petal bellinis, pink pepper gin and harissa oysters, and cherry liqueur glazed confit duck.

Patty & Bun — Book Now

Guests booking a two-top through Resy will receive a free carafe of Rum Punch, plus half off prosecco all night.


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Special Prix-Fixes

Break out the Champagne, not the bank (£50 and under).

Sager + Wilde Paradise Row Book Now 

£45 three-course menu with fizz, with optional pasta course for £7. 

Oren — Book Now

£20 for Brixham crab flatbread, avocado, preserved lemon and natural prosecco for two. 

The Swing — Book Now 

£35 ten-course tasting menu with a glass of prosecco on arrival. Dishes will include mac & four cheese croquetas, honeyed aubergine gyoza, and salted miso fudge.

Wild RiceBook Now

£50 four-course menu with wine pairing, optional fine wine pairing. Dishes will include seabass panaeng, crispy Thai calamari, and slow-braised Angus beef green curry.

Wun’s Tea Room Book Now

£48.80 special rose-themed menu with gin and osmanthus rosé cocktail on arrival. Dishes will include crispy tofu, lacey dumplings with pork and chives, Iberico char siu, and soy-braised aubergine clay pot rice.

 

 

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