Budapest is considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. There are many romantic date options here not to mention the great restaurants. According to funzine.hu, there are eight restaurants in Budapest, which are definitely good choices for a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner.
Exclusive dinner, romantic atmosphere and pleasant music are the keys to celebrate Valentine’s Day. In case of ARAZ, it means four types of wine that are perfectly harmonising with the delicious meal. The oyster, the champagne, the welcome drinks (Spicy Love or the alcohol-free Sweetheart Punch) and the appetising dinner grant a special evening you will never forget.
Brasserie & Atrium Restaurant
What could be better on Valentine’s Day than an evening inspired by literature’s most famous (and tragic) couple, Romeo and Juliet? It is a two in one offer because after the a la carte dinner there is also a fantastic theatre programme on the menu! On the elegant restaurant’s casual stage, Zsuzsanna Vágó and Dénes Kocsis are going to act in the leading roles of the famous play on the 14th of February from 6 pm. Reserve the seats as soon as possible not to miss the occasion!
Celebrate the Day of Lovers at the exclusive Buddha-Bar Budapest with Osama Kutaini chef’s amazing meals created just for this day. The unique Asian-fusional food, the elegant interior, and the romantic atmosphere altogether provide an excellent choice for either lunch or dinner. Your visit will definitely be one of your most beloved memories. Hand yourself over to the pleasant mood and discover the exciting culture’s flavours together.
You can definitely amaze the love of your life with a lovely dinner. This time, enjoy concentrating on each other instead of spending hours in the kitchen. At Grill Mánia, we offer you candlelit supper with fiery red wine, Mediterranian spices, romantic atmosphere and grilled meals. Here, both meat-lovers and vegetarian people can find a perfect dinner for their taste. Great opportunities like this are attractive therefore you should reserve seats quickly.
Nobu Budapest is the first central-European version of Nobuyuki Matsuhisa and Robert De Niro’s avantgarde Japanese restaurant chain. Gábor Schreiner is the head cook. There is sushi on the menu of course, but Gábor offers his unique cocktails as well and has an exceptional shake repertoire. Even though the restaurant’s wonderful miso soup is excellent, what you really have to try here is sushi with salmon & goose-liver. This restaurant attracts the couples with live music, free love desserts and 20% discount on Valentine’s Day.
Planet Sushi Allee
Are you searching for a modern, elegant and romantic place for a lovely Valentine’s Day supper? Take your sweetheart by hand and come to Planet Sushi Allee! We are waiting for you with live music, cosy lighting, and divine meals. The red tuna steak is delicious (it is served with black sesame crust) but the sushi filled with cream cheese and tamago is also outstanding. Exceptional meals for an exceptional night.
Spoon the Boat Restaurant
If you are looking for a truly exceptional place, boat Spoon swinging calmly on the river is the most romantic option for you. Exclusively for Valentine’s Day, members of the restaurant have put a special menu together, inspired by love. In the first place, the couples receive a cocktail called Love is on the Spoon. Then, they can take a look at the menu which contains marinated sea-trout, thick pumpkin soup, gnocchi with pumpkin seeds, and creamy honey cake among a lot of other delicious treats, not to mention the breathtaking view from the boat.
Wan Hao Restaurant
Make this year’s Valentine’s Day special with exotic food! Apart from the usual tasty Chinese and Cantonese gourmet dinner, there are also new meals like the Peking duck or wok baked bites. It is accidental that Valentine’s Day is during the Chinese Spring Festival but thanks to that, you can enjoy the exciting moments of the celebration. If you refer to Funzine magazine, you will get a 10% discount on your meals and a fruit plate for free!
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