While flowers, gifts and grand gestures are all fine and dandy, sharing a meal is perhaps the most effective way to conjure up some love – especially if the restaurant's food and interior design are drool-worthy. Whether you're looking for a romantic restaurant for Valentine's Day or just want a place to win, dine and woo your beau, we've got you covered. Now go get ‘em, Tiger!
In this nature-themed restaurant, Chef Eric Räty combines French technique with premium Japanese ingredients. Award-winning design studio Yabu Pushelberg imagined Arbor as a tranquil forest getaway where a poet and a cook welcome visitors for a fine meal to escape the chaos of Central. An ethereal atmosphere is created by forest-themed art covering the walls of the lounge and private rooms, complemented by wooden floors that match the table material. The dining rooms are filled with blushing colors and high ceilings, with an open balcony overlooking the city.
The Magistracy Dining Room
Helmed by Michelin-starred Executive Chef Matthew Kirkley, The Magistracy Dining Room draws design inspiration from London’s most historic and traditional restaurants. Featuring vaulted ceilings and carved timber panels, the restaurant has the charm and grandeur of these renowned institutions. A pair of comfortable armchairs with oxblood leather upholstery complement curved banquettes with deep red and blue accents.
Tai O Lookout
Located in a one-of-a-kind architectural classic, Tai O Lookout is a glass-roofed dining establishment that transports you back in time. With its lush greenery and spectacular views of the South China Sea, this restaurant features colonial décor and a collection of wood-carved furniture from the China Tee Club, as well as serving as a venue for showcasing Hong Kong artists' innovative creations.
Tate Dining Room and Bar
With its presentation of food and interior design, this Michelin-starred restaurant explores fine dining as an art form by serving an eclectic mix of French and Asian flavours. The restaurant combines local and seasonal ingredients to produce an eclectic mix of French and Asian flavors. In order to create a crisp, understated design for the two-storey space, Hong Kong-based architect James Acuna used a sorbet colour palette of white, nude, pink and green. Featuring bleached timber and sensuous, soft pink upholstery with gold accents, the furniture gives the space a feminine touch.
One of the most popular wedding venues in town, the romantic appeal of this place is nearly impossible to beat. With shuttered windows overlooking scenic Repulse Bay, ceiling fans swaying lazily overhead, as well as the grand piano at the entrance and rattan chairs, this colonial-style restaurant evokes memories of a bygone era.