This year Valentine’s day falls on a Saturday and that means you can spoil your Valentine for the whole day! To help you planning the perfect day, we’ve put together a list of restaurants that might be the perfect place to take your Valentine.
If you’re a fan of Asian then you can’t go past Ruyi on Liverpool street in Melbourne’s CBD, specialising in modern Chinese cuisine. The unique offering is inspired by the restauranteur’s family heritage and love of Chinese cooking with a modern twist. Dishes are exciting and innovative, including Peking duck cones, Szechuan eggplant fries and fried silken tofu with Szechuan mayo. You can enjoy inspired dishes within a contemporary setting, and if you’re in the mood for drinks, then try some distinctive cocktails with an Asian twist from their drinks list. Perfect for lunch or dinner with your special one.
Ruyi 16 Liverpool Street Melbourne VIC 3000 (03) 9090 7778 www.ruyi.com.au
The Railway Hotel
The Railway Hotel’s prestigious Highline restaurant is taking on a more traditional approach to Valentine’s Day. With a delicious bespoke set menu designed by renowned Young Chef Simon Tarlington, featuring produce sourced from the restaurants very own farm, Oak Valley, in the Strathbogie region, dinner is a delectable adventure for you and your Valentine. The menu features a glass of Sparkling Rose on arrival and a delectable range of six beautiful dishes including Crispy Oysters Kilpatrick, a variety of summer tomatoes with fresh curd and olive, and Chocolate strawberry obsession.
Cost $65 per person with Bookings essential.
The Railway Hotel 29 Chapel Street, Windsor VIC 3181 (03) 9510 4050. www.therailway.com.au