Delicious Set Menus To Book This Valentine’s Day

Drink, Eat, Restaurants, Sydney / 2 February 2020

Let someone else make the decisions this Valentine’s Day with our guide to these romantic set menus in Sydney.

It’s the most romantic day of the year. From splurging on bouquets of roses to booking lavish overnight escapes, there’s plenty of ways to spoil that special someone of Valentine’s Day. And for foodie couples, finding the perfect spot to wine and dine in the city is always on the top of our agenda. This year, we’ve done the hard work for you and scouted out our favourite romantic set menus to experience in Sydney.

Valentines Day Set Menus

The Pacific Club, Bondi Beach

Nothing is more romantic then dinner and drinks with a view. And at the Pacific Club, you’ll be treated to sweeping views of Bondi’s sparkling coastline. This upscale waterside restaurant is the perfect spot to impress your date, fitted out with luxe brass, marble and oak interiors and considered touches that make this dining room feel oh-so-special. This Valentine’s Day, the Pacific Club is serving a bespoke set menu ($95 per person) with four courses of decadent eats to enjoy. Start with Lobster Napoleon served with herb potato tuiles, basil oil, ginger lemon, chervil and jalapeno and a plate of rock oysters along with a glass of Ruinart Champagne on arrival. For mains, choose between Cone Bay Barramundi served with baby shrimp, calamari and lemongrass or Japanese Grain Fed Wagyu Fillet (Marble Score 8) with red onion marmalade, cauliflower puree and wild mushrooms. Plus, you’ll end your set menu on a sweet note with a serve of Valrhona Chocolate Mousse. To find out more and book your spot, click here.

Valentines Day Set Menus

Méjico, CBD

Taste the flavours of modern market-to-table Mexican cuisine in the heart of the CBD at Méjico. This bustling inner-city eatery is made for sipping well-made margaritas and dining on authentic regional flavours and culinary techniques. This Valentine’s Day, Méjico will be offering diners two different set menus ($69 per person or $85 per person) available, including a drink on arrival plus a limited edition Valentine’s Day dessert of spicy chocolate truffle with an orange and white chocolate mousse. Let the team’s chef take you on a flavourful journey as you graze through market-fresh food including gourmet tacos, seafood, spiced meats and more. To book your spot, click here.

Valentines Day Set Menus

Kid Kyoto, CBD

Do something a little rebellious this year and take your special someone to the CBD’s Japanese izakaya Kid Kyoto. This playful dining spot brings the best of Tokyo’s izakaya experience to Sydney, delivering an inspired menu of snacks, raw plates, hearty mains and sides. Nab a seat at the bar and knock knees with your date while diving into one of Kid Kyoto’s lavish set menus. Let the chefs run the show with their ‘Trust Us’ feast ($59 per person) or go all out with their ‘Deluxe Edition’ set menu ($75 per person). To find out more and book your spot, click here.

Valentines Day Set Menus Sydney


Celebrating the culture, food, and hospitality Sri Lanka is known for, INDU is the CBD’s best Sri Lankan inspired dining destination. This Valentine’s Day, experience the flavours of southern Indian and Sri Lankan cuisine with a lavish set menu from INDU. Showcasing the freshest, seasonal produce, let the chefs work their magic and make the decisions for you with one of their three set menu options. Opt for the signature INDU Feast ($65 per person), go meat-free with the INDU Vegetarian Feast ($60 per person) or splash out by ordering the INDU Signature Feast ($80 per person). Find out more and book your spot here.

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