20 Jan 2023
From romantic afternoon tea to bespoke dining experiences with a view, love is in the air this Valentine’s Day with Searcys’ best spots to book on the most romantic day of the year.
Dating on another level at the Gherkin
Soar to new heights at Searcys at the Gherkin, boasting panoramic views and special set menus running on the day. Located on level 39, the Helix restaurant will be offering a fizz-tastic Champagne Valentine’s Afternoon Tea with traditional tea-time treats and a glass of Moët & Chandon (£80pp), or tuck into a four-course menu accompanied by a glass of Rosé Champagne from £149 per person. Highlights include Wild venison terrine with is soured better than fermented Cox’s apple and cider chutney; Norfolk mussels with celeriac, cavolo nero, lemon and chive butter sauce; and a Milk chocolate ganache, raspberry coulis to share.
Picture-perfect moment at 116 Pall Mall
Enjoy a decadent dinner on Valentine’s Day in the magnificent Georgian surroundings of 116 Pall Mall as it opens its doors for an exclusive dinner service in the Carlton Brasserie with a special performance by professional jazz and soul singer Maxyne Ryan. With a sweeping staircase and glittering 15ft chandelier- a truly Instagrammable spot – start your evening with a glass of Moët & Chandon and oysters before a dinner featuring the likes of Poached native lobster with veal sweetbread, grapefruit and vanilla, followed by Highland venison roasted loin with braised haunch, beetroot and chocolate jus and a Passion fruit with raspberry and lime curd pavlova for two to conclude (£95pp). Searcys will also be sharing the love by treating guests to a complimentary gift on the day.
Eat, love and art at Barbican Brasserie
Located on the second floor of the Barbican Centre in the heart of the City, experience an exceptional set menu with your special someone at Barbican Brasserie by Searcys. Boasting views of the iconic lakeside and fountains and priced from only £26pp for two courses or £31pp for three courses, tuck into the likes of Crab and apple chawanmushi with pickled mushrooms; and a Braised rabbit with polenta, heritage carrots and cider sauce; before ending on a sweet note with Ricotta with blackcurrants and honeycomb.
Regency splendour at The Pump Room, Bath
Many dates took place over the waters since The Pump Room opened its doors in 1789. Featured in Jane Austen and Charles Dickens novels, The Pump Room is a must-visit destination in Bath. Be serenaded by its famous classical music trio and share the moment with a loved one over an Afternoon Tea in the stunning Georgian surrounds. Available from 12-4pm, enjoy a decadent selection of savouries, freshly baked sweet treats and homemade scones, coupled with an optional chilled glass of Moët Chandon to toast the day, priced from £35pp.
Make this Valentine’s Day special. Make it Searcys!
For more information, please contact Amber Wheatley at Roche Communications on 020 7436 1111 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Issued on behalf of Searcys by Roche Communications on 20th January 2023