Sydney Restaurants for Valentine’s Day
Sydney has an abundance of incredible venues with menus just as good to match, so why not share a romantic dinner with your loved one this Valentine’s Day.
Trying to find ways to spoil your partner is never easy, especially when attempting to plan something you can experience and enjoy together. Our suggestion this Valentine’s Day is to splurge on a romantic dinner that you can both appreciate. You can spend quality time together, and who doesn’t relish the taste of delicious food and a good glass of wine.
In classic Valentine’s Day fashion, Sydney’s restaurant scene is buzzing with specials upon specials for degustation dinners. To save you a chance a securing a booking for one of the best, we’ve have narrowed down the search with a list of our favourite options for Valentine’s Day.
Café del Mar
Situated by the water, Cafe Del Mar offers it all; location to an exquisite menu. For Valentines Day, Cafe Del Mar is offering an exclusive three-course dining package that includes a complimentary glass of Chandon or Peroni upon arrival. Open for both lunch and dinner, you can take in this Mediterranean inspired rooftop venue with bookings from 12pm to 8:30pm.
Cost: $110 per person
If you can’t make it to the city of love this Valentine’s Day, then let Bistro Moncur give you a taste of Paris. Offering a classic French à la carte menu and a complimentary glass of Ruinart for you and your significant other, Bistro Concur offers a wonderful Parisian inspired evening. If you’re looking to make the night extra special, there is an exclusive dessert and cocktail menu that features dishes such as the rosewater and strawberry parfait with meringue.
Bishop Sessa is set in an exquisite bar and bistro and offers upmarket and modern European meals with a variety of wines. For Valentine’s Day, Bishop Sessa is putting on a five-course degustation dinner with bookings available from 5:30pm until 9pm. This bistro embraces the romanticism of Valentine’s Day and celebrates the love on this special occasion. Menus and wines are yet to be confirmed, but this is an event that you don’t want to miss.
Cost: $95 per person
Black Bar & Grill
For Valentine’s Day, Black Bar & Grill have organised an elegant five-course dinner menu. Features starters such as caviar, through to spanner crab, saikou smoked salmon, Wagyu striploin and a decadent warm chocolate couverture ganache to finish, it’s a truly indulgent menu. Black Bar & Grill have created the ultimate romantic and sexy dining experience. To take things up a notch, why not book a room for the night at The Star?
Cost: $175 per person
East Village Sydney
This jaw-dropping view of Sydney’s skyline from this rooftop destination will be heard to beat, and will be even harder to pass up this Valentine’s Day. Head up to the terrace and you and your partner can both enjoy a glass of Perrier Jouet on arrival, followed by a special Valentine’s Day tasting menu. The first course is oysters, and will finish off with a wild strawberry mouse and champagne jelly.
Cost: $120 per person
East Village Sydney
234 Palmer St, Darlinghurst
With exquisite harbour views, Catalina’s waterfront dining is a must-try for any occasion, and is certainly one of our top venues to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Their à la carte menu is available for lunch from 12pm, while for dinner, Catalina is offering a three-course dinner degustation and a memorable evening. Book for sunset as it is a beautiful setting down by the water.
(02) 9371 0555
Lyne Park, Rose Bay
ClearView Glass Boat Dinner Cruise
If you’re looking to do something out of the ordinary this Valentine’s Day, look no further than a glass boat dinner cruise. During the three-hour cruise, you and your partner can enjoy a delicious three-course menu with a selection of beer and wine while experiencing the spectacular Sydney Harbour at night. ClearView also provide individual tables for privacy and table service. Spots on the cruise are limited, so be sure to book in advance.
Cost: from $175 per person