This iconic venue promises a charming evening for lovers at just $95 per person. Arrive to a glass of Lanson Champagne and opt to follow with half dozen Pacific Oysters, before feasting on a specially designed three-course menu. With two more Italian-inspired dishes to complete date night, it'll set the mood for a romantic evening.
194 Jervois Road
Our capital is the place for lovers this Valentine’s Day. Shed 5 has a menu designed including an amuse bouche to awaken the senses. Couples can then select from the a la carte menu and finish with a dessert to share.
For an indulgent Valentine’s Day, treat your better half to a four-course menu at Euro. At $99 per person, you'll dine on burrata with eggplant caviar, pistachio and pomegranate and Taupo beef eye fillet with truffle mash and goat cheese butter, and a host of other stunning dishes. Bottles of Perrier-Jouët for only $99 will keep things moving before you finish the evening with dessert: pavlova with lemon curd, strawberries and lemon tonic sorbet or a caramel semifreddo with vanilla ice cream, hazelnut panna cotta and caramel popcorn.
Shed 22 Princes Wharf
For post-dinner drinks, head to Coley & Punch and say ‘I Love You So Bad’ with a pink gin, grapefruit, lemon, strawberry and whites creation for only $12.
139 Quay Street
Make a booking at Pravda and enjoy a menu that heroes the best from both land and sea ($160 for two people). With bubbles at the door, opt for the Glory Bay salmon on seasame soba noodle with kimchi salad or try the 200g Taupo sirloin with cauliflower couscous, pumpkin puree, broccoli and Kahurangi blue cheese sauce. Finish the night on a sweet note with a shared dessert platter (cheese or chocolate).
107 Customhouse Quay
Talulah’s Valentines sharing cocktail, Mon Cheri, is perfectly made for two and available only on February 14 for $20. Ingredients include gin, grenadine, ginger, guava, lemon, a splash of orange juice and topped with prosecco.
120 Quay Street