8 places to dine this Valentine’s Day in London Bridge

As the most romantic day of the year approaches, we’re here to help you charm that special someone with a pick of the best Valentine’s menus in London Bridge…


1. Oblix at The Shard

Take your relationship to new heights and enjoy panoramic views of the capital from Level 32 of The Shard, while diving into Oblix’s generous four-course tasting menu designed to share. Book at table > 

2. Gunpowder Tower Bridge 

To add a dash of romance to their signature home-style Indian à la carte, Gunpowder will be serving grilled black water wild oysters with fish roe and a garlic and curry leaf butter (£3.50 each / £18 for half a dozen). Plus they have teamed up with chocolatier Guittard for an extra indulgent chocolate brownie treat. Book a table > 

3. Bermondsey Bar and Kitchen

Bermondsey Bar and Kitchen are inviting you to come and feel the love  with an extra special Valentine’s  food and cocktail menu, plus 2-for-1 glasses of Veuve Clicquot Rose (one round per table)   Book a table

4. Tom Simmons

Tom Simmon’s is treating sweethearts to an especially decadent set menu, including Lobster and Crab Agnolotti, Welsh Black Beef Wellington and of course, champagne! £58pp. Book a table >

5. The Ivy Tower Bridge 

The Ivy Tower Bridge is offering lovers a special sweet treat; the ‘Key to your heart‘ dessert of raspberry sorbet with white chocolate sauce and rose petals is available exclusively on February 14th.  Book a table > 

6. Cafe Rouge, Hay’s Galleria

Who does romance better than the French? Prepare for the perfect Parisian Valentine’s with Cafe Rouge’s delicious 3-course menu including a glass of Piper Heidsieck Champagne– from £24.95pp. Book a table > 

7. The Coal Shed, London

The Coal Shed’s sharing menu pulls out all the stops. Indulge in champagne, oysters, 40-day salt aged porterhouse steak and the ultimate chocolate fondue. Book a table > 

8. Duddell’s London

Valentine’s diners at Duddell’s will be greeted with a ‘Dream of Red Chamber’ cocktail of champagne, apple liquor, sake, hibiscus, violet and lavender syrup, before sitting down to enjoy the exclusive one-off menu showcasing modern interpretations of iconic Cantonese dishes. £98pp. Book a table >

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