Whether it’s your first Valentine’s day together or you’ve run out of different ways to woo your bae or really you prefer spending 'galentines' with your girl squad, we feel you. The stress to impress is real. But, we do know is the classics that can’t go wrong—a candle-lit dinner with conversations, great wine, and a taste of romance. But, hey, if you’re scratching your head about where to celebrate Valentine’s Day, we’ve sorted that out.
The Okura Prestige
Surprise your love with one-star Michelin restaurant Elements, inspired by Ciel Bleu for Valentine’s Day. Kick-off your evening with Chef Gerard Villaret Horcajo’s 6-course dining experience (B6,500++) that highlights dishes like Hokkaido scallops, oysters, lobsters, and more. Or, for a shorter course with a scenic view, head to Up & Above Restaurant and Bar for a 4-course dinner (B2,500++) that features red shrimp, snow crabs, and more.
Park Ventures Ecoplex, 57 Wireless Road, Bangkok.
Chim Chim is offering a three-day celebration of love, music, and good food, by rolling out their first-ever Valentine’s set menu dinner (B1,490/per person) from Feb 12-14. The brunch spot gives the limited-edition offering a cheesy name “ You Are The Chim To My Chim” with a series of three canapés, starters like foie gras ravioli with mushroom sauce, a main course like beef filet with roast cauliflower, and desserts like macadamia and waffle.
G/F, Siam@Siam Design Hotel, 865 Rama 1 Rd., Bangkok.
This special Valentine’s day menu from Chef Michelle (B4,550++) with a seven-course tasting menu features all-time favorite duxelle tartlet with Hollandaise and truffle, grilled ocean trout with fennel, lamb saddle, and more. If you’ve got a sweet tooth. There’s also wine pairing of five glasses (B2,250++), or if you’re vegan (B3,550++ net). Mia’s Valentine's menu is being offered for lunch and dinner, from Feb 12-14.
MIA, 30 Attha Kawi 1 Alley, Khlong Tan, Khlong Toei, Bangkok.
Siwilai City Club
Looking for that rooftop vibe? Siwilai City Club perched over Central Embassy knows how to make your night even more romantic with the city view and live band. The sweet menu here falls under the ‘You’ve got mail’ (B3,800/2 person) concept and offers a four-course meal featuring meals like grumpy cupid cocktail, grilled octopus with salted egg, chocolate heart jigsaw, and more. This menu is available only on February 14.
Level 5, Central Embaassy, 1031 Phloen Chit Rd, Lumphini, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok.
Why not take it up a notch with a staycation? That's right, those who dine at W for V-day will get a special offer for a one-night stay (B2,500++) and breakfast for two. Head over to the Tipsy Cow for the sharing set dinner (B2,700/couple) and enjoy seven dishes such as the Tipsy Cow burger, smoked salmon pizza, spice-and lavender duck leg, and more. The dinner comes with two glasses of sparkling wine, too. If you prefer dining inside the century-old neoclassic The House on Sathorn, then Paii is your move. Chef Joe’s 5-course dinner (B4,500/couple with two welcome drinks) includes some Thai flavors and dessert that will take you by surprise. All offers are available from Feb 11-14.
106 North Sathorn Road, Silom,Bangrak, Bangkok.
Spend a delectable Afternoon tea at Peacock Alley (B2,700++/couple) with sweet pastries like strawberry cupid cake and earl grey rose cake to savory bites like unary teriyaki with potato cake available throughout February from 1-5pm. If you’re more about spending time with your fam, then go for a cozy lunch at The Brasserie (B3,600++) which offers unlimited this, sashimi, fresh seafood tartare, a selection of cheese, steaks, and more. This Pre-Valentine Day lunch is only available on Feb 13 from 12pm-3pm.
Or, dive in for a date night at The Loft (B5,000++/couple) to toast t sunset while you watch the breathtaking view of the city’s skyline and enjoy a bottle of Billecart-Salmon champagne, crafty cocktails, and half-dozen of oysters.
151 Ratchadamri Rd, Lumphini, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok.
Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin
Do you believe in the six stages of love? Well, Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin does and their menu revolves around this concept. The six-course dinner menu (B16,999++) comes with a bouquet of roses, a romantic candle-lit scene, and a bottle of french champagne. As for the gastronomic journey, think appetizers like smoked salmon, prawns on ice, and main-course like homemade ravioli with lemon ricotta cheese, pan-fried foie gras, and more.
991/9 Rama I Road, Pathumwan, Bangkok.