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Best Valentine’s Day Specials Ever

Sails on Lavender Bay | Sydney NSW

Sails have queued up a Valentine’s Day five course tasting menu sure to rise to the occasion. Chef Jim Wilson’s menu is exciting without being pretentious and matching wines are a plenty. As one of Sydney’s longest running restaurants, it’s a time honoured Valentine’s Day destination. The tasting includes wines as well as tea and coffee for $195 per person.


The Press Club | Melbourne VIC

George Calombaris’ The Press Club couldn’t fail to feature in a list of Valentine’s Day restaurant experiences. Fine dining aspects blend with an intended feeling of relaxed Greek hospitality, making it ideal for a romantic evening sheltered by the famous curved leather booths. For Valentine’s Day, six memorable courses are gracing the table for $225 per person. 

Vue de Monde | Melbourne VIC

Well known as one of the country’s best restaurants, an evening at Vue de Monde is one that’s unlikely to be forgotten. Perched high up in the Rialto, the restaurant looks out over a sea of twinkling Melbourne nightlife, that’s if there’s a spare moment for guests to take their eyes off the food — which is captivating. This year Vue will be offering a range of Valentine’s Day experiences, from a two course tasting along with a canape at Lui Bar for $85 per person, through to the full seven course dinner and matching wines for $450 per person in Vue de Monde restaurant.


Ormeggio’s Vitello Tonnato: veal tartare with anchovy oil and tuna mayonnaise in polenta tacos, eggplant parmigiana — baby eggplant tempura with tomato dust, mozzarella cream, and basil gel truffle pecorino sandwich — polenta sanwich with truffle pecorino cream (suggestive). 


Ormeggio |Sydney NSW

Straddling the shoreline of the charming Middle Harbour is
Sydney’s romantic go-to, Ormeggio. Exquisitely presented dishes that ooze
elegance roll out, one after the other, delighting the eyes as much as the
palate. The Valentine’s Day four course degustation journey will run visitors
$135 per person. 

Food & Wine
| Kangaroo Island SA

Residing on the highly sought after Kangaroo Island off the
coast of South Australia is renowned restaurant, Sunset Food & Wine. With
undisturbed ocean views, the surrounding environment has influenced a coastal
interior, with driftwood, shells and pebbles adorning natural timber tables. On
offer is a delectable three course menu for $65 per person.

Wildflower | Perth WA

This year, celebrate Valentine’s Day at height in
sophisticated surrounds at Wildflower, occupying COMO, The Treasury hotel’s
rooftop space in Perth. There’s a stunning view across the Swan River from tables
either inside, through floor to ceiling glass windows, or out on a breathtaking
terrace. Kick things off with a glass of Taittinger, before embarking on a five
course tasting menu including wines for $250 per person.

Highline Restaurant | Melbourne VIC

A Daintree Chocolate marshmallow (above), roasted at the table over a pinecone on Highline’s own Oak Valley Campfire, is the type of thing that just puts a smile on someone’s face. For a touch of the spectacular, Highline Restaurant are offering a Valentine’s Day, paddock to plate, six course degustation exploration of some incredible produce for $110 per person. Premium or classic pairings are $85 and $55 respectively.


Restaurant and Bar
| Brisbane QLD

Alchemy’s tantalising Valentine’s Day tasting menus can be
experienced with stunning views of the moonlit Brisbane River and sparkling
Story Bridge in the background, while sitting surrounded by glass chandeliers
and elegant furniture. A two or three course menu is on offer for $78 and $98
per person respectively, then there’s the degustation’s: $160 for six courses
or $210 for six courses and wine.

Tamarind | Cairns QLD

An exotic sensory feast awaits Valentines at the multi-award
winning Tamarind, signature restaurant of Cairns’ Reef Hotel Casino, renowned
for a contemporary culinary fusion of eastern flavours and use of the finest
regional produce. After a complimentary glass of Mumm Champagne, settle in to a
$120 per person contemporary degustation or $180 with matching wine.

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more options across the country


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