From romantic Champagne receptions to cheese starters that you can lovingly share, The Bath Magazine picks out some of Bath’s best Valentine’s Day menus from restaurants around the city

Restaurant Hywel Jones, Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa, Colerne

Restaurant Hywel Jones at Lucknam Park is offering an exquisite evening for two with Michelin star cuisine in the former ballroom of the house. Immerse yourself in a romantic evening with a beautiful Valentine’s Tasting menu created by executive chef Hywel Jones that is made from only the finest ingredients.

From Scottish scallops to kalamansi and white chocolate pudding, this menu is full of flavour. At £110 per person the seven dish tasting menu is perfect to tickle your taste buds and dine in elegance on the most romantic evening of the year.


Hudson Steakhouse, London Street

Hudson Steakhouse is ideal for those meat lovers on Valentine’s Day. Enjoy a delicious steak and a bottle of Malbec over candlelight. Not to mention the open kitchen situated in the upstairs grill room which looks out over Hedgemead Park.

This is all served in a sympathetic conversion of a once notorious Victorian pub. Owner Richard Fenton took on this run down building and has created a destination that has consistently won best restaurant awards locally and nationally.


The Olive Tree, The Queensberry Hotel, Russel Street

The Olive Tree Restaurant at The Queensberry Hotel is hosting a signature Valentine’s tasting menu by Chris Cleghorn. Be greeted with a glass of Didier Chopin Rose Champagne on arrival and nibbles. Priced at £110, this tasting menu ranges from BBQ Langoustine to Petit Fours and it’s sure not to disappoint.

An option to stay the night in a Deluxe or Superior bedroom at The Queensberry Hotel is also available in the overnight package.


The Circus Restaurant, Brock Street

Enjoy a romantic dinner at The Circus Restaurant priced at £35 per person. Start your evening off with a selection of breads from the Bertinet bakery, enjoy some Zakuski (little Russian “bites”) and finish on a Yorkshire rhubarb creme brûlée.

Set in a fine Georgian house in a prime position – between The Circus and The Royal Crescent, you’ll leave feeling that you will want to return very soon. The Circus Restaurant has been voted number four in the United Kingdom in ‘The Times 20 Secret Restaurants That Foodies Love’.


Roman Baths Kitchen, Abbey Churchyard

Nestled in Bath’s iconic Abbey churchyard, dine with beautiful views Bath’s landmarks. This indulgent four course dinner is set at £32.50 per person and includes a champagne fizz sorbet and a baked camembert to share. If there’s cheese… we’re there!

Enjoy Valentine’s Day dining with unrivalled views of some of Bath’s iconic landmarks including Bath Abbey, The Roman Baths and the Pump Room. We can’t think of a better combination for Valentine’s Day.


Green Park Brasserie, Green Park Station

How about enjoying V-Day with romantic smooth jazz from the James Lambeth Trio and award-winning food and drink from the four course menu at the Green Park Brasserie? Given a Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor and priced at £35 with an intermediary palette cleanser of elderflower and fresh mint sorbet, your Valentine’s evening is set to be amazing.


The Dower House Restaurant, The Royal Crescent Hotel

Arrive at The Dower House Restaurant and be greeted with a glass of Taittinger Champagne. The six course Valentine’s Decadent Dinner with tea, coffee and petit fours is priced at £99 per person and is stacked full of beautiful dishes.

Revel in the romance and make this celebration a totally indulgent Valentine’s weekend with a stay at The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa. From £88 for two nights for two people in a Deluxe double room.


Raphael Restaurant, Upper Borough Walls

Priced at £55 per person, enjoy a Valentine’s dinner at Raphael Restaurant. Receive a glass of fizz, marinated olives and a selection of breads upon arrival and let your romantic evening begin. From poached duck eggs to pear and blackberry almond tart you’ll finish your dinner with some coffee and artisan biscuits.


Featured image: A dish from The Dower House Restaurant, The Royal Crescent Hotel