If you have a significant other this Valentine’s Day, there is no doubt that you will be expected to find a decent meal at some point. Fortunately, Hong Kong is full of amazing restaurants. The important thing to remember? You need to book a table quickly, before they run out. Valentine’s Day reservations are high in demand, especially at these amazing restaurants.


Japanese Dinner at Zuma

If you are ready for a Japanese feast, get ready for a night out at Zuma, which offers a delightful menu and a variety of delicious cocktails. If you come for brunch instead of dinner, you can experience amazing favorites like sashimi and nigiri sushi. Don’t forget to try a rose petal martini while you’re there!

Zuma, Landmark, Level 5 and 6, 15 Queen’s Road Central


Five Course Bliss at Seasons by Olivier E.

If you want an easy choice, consider Seasons by Olivier E. Here, you can expect five courses of delicious food, including mains like foie gras, blue lobster, and black truffles to die for.


Seasons by Olivier E., 3/F, Lee Gardens Two, 28 Yun Ping Road, Causeway Bay


Dinner and a Film at Foxglove

If you are looking for a classic style of restaurant in which to enjoy your romantic evening, Foxglove is a great choice. In addition to providing romantic films displayed with your dinner, you also have the opportunity to enjoy the speakeasy environment that makes you feel like you are in a movie of your own.

Foxglove, 2/F, Printing House, 6 Duddell Street, Central


Italian Cuisine at Pirata

If you are looking for a multi-course Italian feast, you won’t mind stopping in at Pirata for a glass of prosecco and a variety of lovely mains. Favorite dishes at Pirata include octopus salad, pumpkin flan, cheese fondue, and amorini.


Pirata, 30/F, 235-239 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai


Japanese Date Night at Nobu InterContinental

If you are excited about Japanese food this Valentine’s Day, you will love the setup at Nobu, situated at the InterContinental Hong Kong. This renowned special is ideal for the holiday, featuring foe gras, sashimi, teriyaki dishes, and a fantastic dessert. Look out for eight courses of delicious dining.


Nobu InterContinental, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon


Buffet Style Dinner at the Tiffin Lounge

The Tiffin Lounge at the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong offers an extensive buffet that will take your taste buds on a tour around the world. While you will find a terrific assortment of food at the buffet, you must take a moment to savor the oysters and other fresh seafood.


Tiffin Lounge, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, 1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai


Other Romantic Activities for Valentine’s Day

Of course, not everybody wants to go out for dinner on Valentine’s Day. Some are content with other activities. Not sure what you want to spend your holiday doing? These suggestions will help you make your Valentine’s Day unique.

Take a hike with a picnic. Outdoor dining may not be fancy, but it can certainly be romantic. Go for a walk, enjoying the sunshine, with a packed lunch. Find a beautiful spot with a majestic view to stop and eat. Don’t forget dessert!

Cook a meal together. Going out for dinner may be expensive, but this does not mean that you can’t indulge on a budget. Spend the evening cooking a delicious meal together.

Host a game night. Whether you play board games or video games, teaching each other how to play your favorites can be tons of fun. It’s a fantastic bonding experience.

No matter what you opt to do for this special holiday, do not forget to bring a gift! Flowers, candles, bubble bath, and other relaxing presents are perfect for this romantic February holiday.