Whatever your relationship status, we know that romance sparks at intimate venues with gorgeous meals. Let’s see where to book you and your date for Valentine’s Day.
What better way to celebrate and serenade your love for one another than a delicious meal? Under different themes, concepts, and with various complimentary services, these hotels and restaurants have something special for all the lovebirds looking to spend their Valentine’s over French, Thai, Italian, Japanese, Chinese and other treats.
The most interesting Valentine’s Day dining menus to try in Bangkok this year
Mandarin Oriental Bangkok
Fine-dining lovers are spoiled for choice across the three restaurants over looking the Chao Phraya River at the Mandarin Oriental Bangkok. The sophisticated French restaurant, Le Normandie by Alain Roux, welcomes lovebirds to a five-course lunch and the even more romantic seven-course dinner featuring the finest blue lobster and wagyu with truffle. Meanwhile, Lord Jim’s is serving a five-course dinner featuring foie gras and dover sole fillet, and the relaxing venue of Ciao Terrazza will present an authentic four-course Italian menu by Chef Dario Busnelli.
For more information and reservations, contact 02 659 9000.
Park Hyatt Bangkok
The Penthouse Bar + Grill on the 34th floor of the Park Hyatt Bangkok is serving Chef Benn Rowe’s four-course lunch and dinner this Valentine’s Day. As always, diners are encouraged to linger after the meal at the very lively bar. Alternatively, guests can choose to experience the taste of Spain at the Embassy Room and try Catalan cuisine. The eight-course Amor menu will be paired with Cava, the Spanish sparkling wine.
For more information and reservations, contact 02 011 7480.
Waldorf Astoria Bangkok
A succulent six-course dinner is served at Bull & Bear featuring seafood Bouillabaisse, and a choice of wagyu striploin or Japanese Madai. For more collective dining, head to The Brasserie for a French-inspired seafood dinner of oysters, akami tuna tartare, lobster bisque, Phuket lobster, and more. End this special day at The Loft, where the exclusive Valentine’s cocktail is served up along with half a dozen of oysters on the house when ordering a bottle of Champagne.
For more information and reservations, contact 02 846 8888.
The St. Regis Bangkok
The St. Regis Bangkok’s Michelin-starred restaurant IGNIV welcomes all lovers to its warm and cosy venue with fine dining dishes to share. The Valentine’s Day dinner features four indulgences including savouries and sweets, plus a complementary glass of Champagne to toast. Upstairs, VIU sets the table for the five-course dinner starring the freshest seafood ingredients and wagyu beef. Lastly, end the night with a sparkle at The St. Regis Bar, where couples can mingle over a premium caviar set, a chocolate cake, and two bottles of Moët & Chandon Champagne.
For more information and reservations, contact 02 207 7777.
The Valentine’s Tasting Menu at Mia combines the best of savouries, sweets, and wines in one meal. The eight-course tasting menu features Josephine oyster, cuttlefish risotto with cauliflower and black truffle, and strawberry compote with meringue and yoghurt ice cream as the dessert. Mia also stands out for its wine pairing, selecting wines from over 115 labels in its cellar. Plant-based and vegetarian choices are also available.
For more information and reservations, contact 098 862 9659.
Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel
A beautiful line-up of Valentine’s set dinners are offered at all of thr Anantara Siam’s dining venues. For crafted Italian dishes, head to Biscotti to indulge your lover with Maine lobster with stracciatella and octopus, or take to Madison for a generous spread of grilled meats and seafood. Over at Shintaro, a light but fulfilling meal is served, starring Chilean black cod and Kagoshima A4 Wagyu steak. A little spicier feast will happen at Guilty, where Peruvian Chef Carlos Rodriguez serves his famous ceviche and charcoal-grilled meats. The most classic choice is Spice Market, where comfort Thai favourites will welcome you on this special night.
For more information and reservations, contact 02 126 8866.
Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse
Couples with a love for dim sum will enjoy the Valentine’s Dim Sum Tower Set and Valentine’s Premium 5-Course Set Menu, both of which come with a bottle of premium Champagne at Yào Rooftop Bar. Otherwise, head inside to your private dining room and enjoy a Cantonese set menu from Chef Bruce at Yào Restaurant. For an indulgent feast with unlimited options, book your table at Praya Kitchen for a generous Thai buffet.
For more information and reservations, contact 02 088 5666.
137 Pillars Suites & Residences Bangkok
Nimitr restaurant presents a Valentine’s five-course dinner amid a cascading flower backdrop. The menu highlights sumptuous Hokkaido scallop, veal carpaccio, beef ribeye with truffles, jumbo tiger prawn with chitarra pasta, and a range of festive desserts. For something extra special, couples can choose to have the venue all to themselves at the rooftop cabana at the secluded Herb Garden on the 29th floor. The romantic experience is truly one-of-a-kind, with the privacy of the dazzling city’s view right before you.
The private dinner requires booking seven days in advance. For more information and reservations, contact 02 079 7000.
Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok
The enticing ambience of Ms. Jigger is full of love this Valentine’s Day, as the chef is elevating the menu with a five-course dinner starring beef tenderloin, red prawn tartare, and risotto with a bottle of Champagne. On the other hand, families and friends are invited to celebrate their friendships at Stock.Room’s dinner buffet. The all-you-can-eat menu extends from ebiko and macaroni gratin to honey glazed ham.
For more information and reservations, contact 02 056 9999.
Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park
Akira Back doesn’t hold back on its Asian-inspired delicacies. With seafood carpaccio, seared French foie gras, Sendai wagyu and more, diners will be surprised with the innovative taste of Asian spices infused in the six-course menu. Over at the classic buffet venue, Goji Kitchen + Bar imports a diverse series of oysters from La Famille Boutrais in France and Ireland. Over nine varieties of oysters will be served along with the usually fascinating buffet spread. For an immersive riverside experience, Sirimahannop reimagines the Taste of Romance through their own creations, filling the table with amazing surf & turf menu items.
For more information and reservations, contact 02 059 5999.
For foodie couples looking to indulge in a variety of flavours, 80/20’s Head Chef Andrew Martin and his crew will be cooking up imported and local ingredients into 20 exquisite bites. Expect to see ingredients such as pork belly, wild yellow tail, scallop, braised goose, marian plum, truffle, and more. A chocolate cake, coconut, and a special secret dish end the meal with a sweet bang.
For more information and reservations, contact 099 118 2200.
La Bottega di Luca
Chef Marco Avesani has come up with the ‘Will You be My Valentine?’ menu to serve for four days straight this Valentine’s season. Lovers will fall head over heels with the range of dishes, for instance the marinated Hamachi crudo, ikura, almond sauce and herb oil, and tortelli filled with braised beef, truffle sauce, hazelnuts and black truffles on top. The highlight is the wagyu beef tenderloin with potatoes fondue, confit shallot, and truffle jus. Divine.
The special ‘Will You be My Valentine?’ menu is served from February 11-14, 2023. For more information and reservations, contact 097 114 7342.
From Italy to Bangkok, Tony’s just unveiled their special Valentine’s menu filled with mouthwatering delicacies. Highlights include duck breast l’orange with maitake mushrooms and celeriac, along with the scrumptious lobster pansotti. Be sure to leave room for desserts, because the chocolate tart served with raspberries and raspberry sorbet sounds like an amazing time.
Tony’s Valentine Menu is served from February 12-14, 2023. For more information and reservation, contact 092 329 6629.
A taste of Japan might just be what you and your date need. Chutoro tartar with Oscietra caviar and miso bun, seared salmon with lime and Hokkaido scallops, Japanese Wagyu tataki with truffle ponzu—and many more delicacies to discover. The whole set menu consists of 12 courses, plus one extra special dessert. If you’re in the mood for champagne, they’re also offering a free-flow deal for THB 3,500.
The Valentine’s Day tasting menu is served on 14 February. For more information, contact 02 252 4707.
The Standard, Bangkok Mahanakhon
There’s nothing standard when you’re dining in one of The Standard’s dining outlets. For Valentine’s Day, Ojo has a special a la carte menu for both lunch and dinner. Enjoy the taste of the Mexican seafood plate, or order a grilled Phuket lobster with Chintextle shrimp paste to share. Valentine’s Day tête-à-tête dinner sessions will also be available at The Standard Grill with a four-course set menu that will make you fall in love again. Braised duck pie with Jerusalem artichoke? To die for.
The Valentine’s specials will be available on 14 February. For more information, contact 02 085 8888.
We read their press release, and they had us at Japanese A4 Wagyu striploin. And it’s served with caviar, wild mushroom duxelles and homemade brioche toast? Ready the tablecloths and polish the silverware, we’re coming in hot. With black truffle ravioli and cream soup, along with duck breast and dark cherry, it’s no wonder why Bitterman is a local favourite. Book early and get a free bottle of sparkling wine.
Valentine’s #KinLaewMaiLerkGun Menu is available on 14 February. For more information, contact 02 636 3256.
The Meatchop Butcher & Spirits
The Meatchop’s trademark is basically “simple, but full of passion,” and you can certainly feel all that when you pop by their venue on Valentine’s Day. From Hokkaido scallops and Alaskan king crab to charcoal-grilled leeks and steak tartare, you will be on a culinary journey you won’t want to leave. After all, what screams love more than grilled meats?
The special Valentine’s menu will be on 14 February. For more information, you can contact 02 033 2709.
Bask in the gorgeous vibes of dining on the Chao Phraya river, underneath the twinkling stars. Now that’s romantic. Their famous Salathip Thai Restaurant is known for their Thai-style teak pavilions, and that is the peak of romance. The Thai Chef de Cuisine, Yanavit Theerasomboonkun, is on standby to provide a set course dinner that will make the your partner say “I do” for sure.
The special Valentine’s dinner will be available on 14 February. For more information, contact 02 236 7777.
Bardo Social & Bistro Bar
One of our favourite brunch spots in Bangkok is celebrating Valentine’s Day with a special four-course tasting menu packed with extra romance. Does roasted filet with beurre blanc and capers pique your interest? It certainly did for us. If that doesn’t, the juicy lamb tender loin wrapped in vegetable, pomme fondant, and lamb jus would do that trick. Delicious.
The Valentine’s menu will be available on 14 February. For more information, contact 084 079 8830.