Love is in the air in Birmingham as couples around the county are preparing for the special day. To help them and you out we have come up with the top places to go to this Valentine’s Day.
Harvey Nichols: http://www.harveynichols.com/restaurant/birmingham-dining/
– If a three course meal and Chambord Royale cocktail sounds right up your street then Harvey Nichols at Birmingham Mailbox has it all to offer from 6pm on Valentine’s. The price for this romantic meal is £30 per person.
Grand Central: http://www.grandcentralbirmingham.com/
– Valentine’s Day isn’t just for the adults! Foyles book store at Grand Central Birmingham are inviting you to spend Valentine’s Day with your children with a “Guess How Much I Love You” story time starting at 2pm until 3pm.
Adams Restaurant: https://www.adamsrestaurant.co.uk/
– Those looking for a more fine dining experience will find Adams Restaurant, located on Waterloo Street. The restaurant, owned by Michelin star chef – Adam Stokes will offer a six course tasting menu including a glass of champagne on arrival. The price for such an experience will come to £150 per person, on the evening of Valentine’s Day.
Carters of Moseley: http://cartersofmoseley.co.uk/
– Although the menu has yet to be announced, Carters of Moseley will have a Valentine’s Day seasonal set menu. Lunch will be available from 12:00 to 13:30 and dinner from 18:30 to 21:00. This highly commended restaurant was awarded a Michelin star last year so we are sure the menu will not disappoint.
Available from Friday the 10th to the 18th. Malmaison bring you “Malentines”. Supply your loved on with red carpet treatment accompanied by immaculate hostess, celebrity service and a delicious taster cocktail on arrival. You and your partner will dine in luxury in the candle lit brasserie. With sharing mains such as 8 bone rack of West Country lamb you really can’t go wrong with making a reservation at Malmaison this Valentines.