A Date for Dinner

Gallery at Sketch London

Valentine’s Day needn’t be limited to just the day itself. Why not make it an excuse to travel further afield and discover new places and flavours. We’ve put together a list of some of the world’s most inspiring dining options in order to help you celebrate the day of love in a romantic location.



Enoteca Pinchiorri believes the kitchen is a laboratory where ideas become reality. The cuisine is a fine balance of classic and modern, taking the best from both styles to create elegant dishes served in a luxurious and cosmopolitan ambiance. A cuisine that excels in research, constantly finding new raw materials and different ingredients to be creative with through a variety of cooking techniques. So much time and attention is given to the customers of Enoteca making it a wonderful dining experience. The wine list here is considered legendary.

What to order: go big with the Menu Degustazione “Scoperta”

Via Ghibellina, 87, 50122 Florence, Italy




Former No.1 on the World’s 50 Best restaurant list, El Cellar de Can Roca now claims the No.2 spot but has not lost any of its characteristic style, innovation (or popularity). Created by the three Roca brothers, each sibling brings their own talent and individuality to the much-loved restaurant. Serving a unique, gastronomic menu, the Roca brothers’ menu blends inspirations from their childhood in Girona and their trips around the world.

What to order: if you manage to get a seat at this much sought after restaurant (bookings are open 11 months in advance and hard to come by), you can enjoy a choice of set menus featuring up to a jaw-dropping 23 courses.

Carrer de Can Sunyer, 48, 17007 Girona, Spain




Renowned for its fresh fish and creative menu, Le Bernardin in New York is a seafood-lovers paradise and is flocked to by epicurean connoisseurs worldwide. From its Parisian roots, Le Bernardin quietly opened its doors to New York in 1986 – and hasn’t had a quiet day since. With three Michelin stars, a place in the World’s 50 Best restaurant list, and an unceasing popularity amongst its devotees, Le Bernardin is a must for any seafood lover.

What to order: go all out and splurge on the Chef’s Tasting Menu

155 W 51st St, New York, NY 10019, USA




Favourite hotspot for many celebrities, The Gallery at Sketch is the huge success of celebrated artist David Shrigley. 239 new works line the restaurant’s walls, forming the largest group of original drawings David has ever exhibited. The exhibition continues also in the ceramice tableware that show drawings and texts that perfectly interact with Master Chef Pierre Gagnaire’s dishes.

What to order: Pink burrata, Stilton, Thai grapefruit, pear and datterini tomatoes; and mint lamb croquette, seasonal herb salad, lamb cotelette.

9 Conduit St, Mayfair, London W1S 2XG




Situated at the musée des Arts décoratifs in Paris, LOULOU’s focus on aestheticism and elegance complements its prestigious surrounds. Its interiors are bright, modern and welcoming; in the summer months, the beautiful garden terrace provides views of the spectacular Louvre Palace building. The menu features simple and refined dishes from the French and Italian Riviera.

What to order: We love the Home made Veal ragout tagliatelle for a taste of classic Italy

107 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, France

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