Valentine’s Day Dinner Menu: Ultimate Valentine’s Experience

Valentine’s Day is the perfect way to show that special someone just how much you appreciate them. They say that the way to someone’s heart is through their bellies, so why not treat them with a delicious, four-course Valentine’s day dinner menu? There’s nothing romantic about eating at a busy, noisy restaurant on the busiest day the year for restaurants. Instead give them something personal by cooking for them yourself, or by booking a private chef so you can eat in a private, romantic atmosphere.  

Valentine's Day Dinner Menu: Ultimate Valentine's Experience

Valentine’s Day Dinner Menu: Ultimate Valentine’s Experience

For many, Valentine’s Day has become a commercial holiday and it is no longer just chocolate and flowers on offer but extravagant gifts. But we all know that it’s not how much you spend but the thought and effort behind a gift that makes it something to cherish. If you’re looking for a way to show someone you love that you know them well then treat them with this Valentine’s Day dinner menu. You can take some inspiration from the dishes mentioned and cook dinner for that special person. Or, if you’re in London, book a private chef experience with Chef Andrea and give them the royal treatment.

Valentine’s Day Dinner Menu

Nothing says romantic valentine’s day dinner menu than the taste of Italy. Italians know romance and they definitely know food.

This is what’s on our Valentine’s Day dinner menu:

  • Sicilian Lemon Marinated Beef Tartare, Carasau Bread, Crispy Baby artichokes and Smoked Jerusalem Artichokes

  • Egg Yolk, Ricotta and Crispy Parmesan Raviolo

  • Macadamia and Strawberries Millefoglie

  • Basil Passion Fruit Chocolate Truffles

Sicilian Lemon Marinated Beef Tartare on Carasau Bread

This is a take on a traditional dish from Sicily in Italy and is a full of flavour. The beef is marinated in lemon to bring out the true essence of the meat. Whilst the crispy carasau bread gives this starter a delicious crunch that will warm up your taste buds and look forward to getting your lips around the next dish on the menu.

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Egg Yolk, Ricotta and Crispy Parmesan Raviolo

Pasta is the food of love. Many people make pasta when they want to cook a romantic meal for a partner. It even makes an appearance in Disney’s Lady in the Tramp, which is one of the most iconic food film moments. If sharing a dish leads to a kiss, then it’s perfect in Valentine’s Day dinner menu. However, spaghetti can get quite messy and it’s not very romantic to have a Bolognese mustache. Instead, enjoy this Ricotta and Crispy Parmesan Raviolo, it’s creamy and delicious and if you make it yourself, will win you serious partner points!

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Macadamia and Strawberries Millefoglie

When I think of romantic ingredients, strawberries and cream are two items that come to mind. Don’t do the typical and dip strawberries in chocolate, push the boat out and try something new that will make your mouth water. This dessert is sweet and it also looks really elegant so it definitely has the wow factor.

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Basil Passion Fruit Chocolate Truffles

This is the perfect dessert for lovers, it even has passion in the name! We all know that chocolate is an aphrodisiac, and this will go down a storm with any chocolate lover. There’s also something very romantic about chocolate truffles. The added passion fruit gives these truffles a refreshing taste and the rich chocolate will make these the perfect end to a romantic evening.


Make the most romantic day of the year even more memorable by surprising your partner with this Valentine’s Day dinner menu. Whether you cook it yourself or hire a private chef experience with Andrea, this will be a day to remember.

If you’re looking for more romantic culinary Valentine’s Day experiences you might also like our 5 Reasons Why Couples Cooking Classes Are The Best Romantic Activity. You might also like to 5 Romantic Dinner Ideas: Dinner Menu For Someone You Love.