Book a table at these romantic Belgravia restaurants, where you can expect mouthwatering fare, sumptuous interiors and first-class service.

Marcus Belgravia

Inject some Michelin-starred sparkle into your Valentine’s Day with a swoonworthy lunch or dinner at Marcus Belgravia. Enjoy a five- or seven-course tasting menu featuring the best of seasonal British produce. Pre-order a glass of champagne to get your evening off to a good start before tucking into canapes and artisan breads followed by your tasting menu. Finish your Valentine’s dinner with coffee, tea and petit fours. Learn more about Valentine’s Day at Marcus Belgravia.

Marcus Belgravia, The Berkeley, Wilton Place, London SW1X 7RL

Getting there: Marcus Belgravia is a two-minute walk from Hyde Park Corner tube station.

Marcus Wareing, owner of Marcus Belgravia

Valentine’s Dinner at The Lanesborough Grill 

Enjoy a five-course Valentine’s Day dinner at The Lanesborough Grill. Available on Tuesday February 14, the dinner costs £195 per person with a glass of rosé champagne on arrival, or £290 with a glass of rosé champagne on arrival and wine pairings.

The Lanesborough Grill, Hyde Park Corner, London SW1X 7TA

Getting there: The Lanesborough Grill is a one-minute walk from Hyde Park Corner tube.

The Lanesborough Grill

La Poule au Pot

La Poule au Pot, a Belgravia institution, is often hyped as one of the most romantic restaurants in London. The candlelit restaurant’s interior is filled with festoons of dried flowers and bric-à-brac, making for an intimate, quintessentially French atmosphere that matches the classically French menu. Book your table here.

La Poule au Pot, 231 Ebury Street, London SW1W 8UT

Getting there: La Poule au Pot is a 10-minute walk from Sloane Square tube station.

The inside of a restaurant with wooden chairs and tables covered in white tablecloths and baskets containing flowers hanging from the ceiling

The Lanesborough

Indulge in The Lanesborough’s new Lanesborough Meadow Afternoon Tea, inspired by the floras of the Royal Parks that surround the hotel. The afternoon tea includes finger sandwiches stuffed with egg and cress, and salmon and horseradish, followed by nature-inspired pastries,  including the Meadow Slice Cheesecake; the White Chocolate and Honey Bee; and the Dark Chocolate and Jasmine Fudge Cake. The afternoon tea costs £68 per person, or £82 per person with the elderflower and jasmine daisy cocktail.


Romance is on the menu at Chucs Belgravia, a cosy Italian restaurant in the heart of Belgravia. On the menu are Italian classics, including pasta and pizza. Pasta highlights include the lobster linguine and pumpkin risotto, while dessert standouts include tiramisu, lemon tart and cherry panna cotta. Book your table here.

Chucs Belgravia, 25 Eccleston Street, London SW1W 9NP

Getting there: Chucs Belgravia is a six-minute walk from Victoria tube and train station.

The outside of Chucs restaurant with blue frontage and large window. One table and two chairs outside


Family-owned Salloos offers traditional Mughalai cuisine in contemporary classic surroundings. Perfect for date night, the comfortable, quiet setting on the first floor of this Kinnerston Street mews house makes for a romantic evening for two. Salloos is offering couples a complimentary Strawberry Bellini each on Valentine’s Day. To claim the offer, book your table directly on the Salloos website and quote ‘VALENTINES SPECIAL’.

Salloos, 62-64 Kinnerton Street, London SW1X 8ER

Getting there: Salloos is a four-minute walk from Knightsbridge tube station

Two glasses of bubbly with strawberries at the top of the glass, a vase of flowers, scattered petals and a bottle of bubbly


Peggy Porschen

Prepare to be swept off your feet at Peggy Porschen this Valentine’s Day by feasting on a romantic afternoon tea for two. Celebrate the occasion with Peggy’s carefully curated selection of exclusive blend teas and infusions; or maybe even something sparkling while delighting in delectable finger sandwiches, light and fluffy scones and themed patisserie delights.

Peggy Porschen, 116 Ebury St, London SW1W 9QQ

Getting there: Peggy Porschen Belgravia is a nine-minute walk from Victoria tube and train station.


For a sunny slice of the Med, book a meal for two at Mina’s where you can expect dreamy interiors: think pink banquet seating, wicker chairs and lashings of lush greenery. Dishes are made for sharing, with highlights including creamy Italian burrata, Greek-style chicken wings and crispy courgette fries. There’s also a wide choice of tempting cocktails to choose from.

Mina’s, 20 Motcomb Street, London SW1X 8LB

Getting there: Mina’s is a seven-minute walk from Knightsbridge station.

The inside of Mina's restaurant with pink banquet seating, wicker chairs and wooden tables with green foliage hanging from the ceiling

Wild by Tart

Enjoy a relaxed meal for two at Wild by Tart, one of Belgravia’s stylish neighbourhood restaurants in leafy Eccleston Yards, with a menu showcasing sustainable and seasonal fare. The restaurant specialises in dishes cooked on charcoal grills and wood ovens – using locally sourced ingredients, much of which come from the owners’ farms in Somerset and Northumberland.

Wild by Tart,  3-4 Eccleston Place, London SW1W 9NF

Getting there: Wild by Tart is a three-minute walk from Victoria tube and train station.


Mosimann’s members can celebrate Valentine’s Day with a four-course set menu while enjoying live music from Lara Frankel, who will be performing a mix of classic and modern love songs. The meal costs £135 per person, including a glass of champagne on arrival. The club’s private rooms are also available to book with a private butler. Dine in the Montblanc room or Angelus room with the Chef’s Table, with a package for two costing from £400 for lunch, including a three-course menu with coffee and petits fours, matching wines and a glass of rose. Dinner for two costs from £500, including a four-course menu with coffee and petits fours, matching wines and a glass of rose.

Mosimann’s, 11B W Halkin St, London SW1X 8JL

Getting there: Mosimann’s is an eight-minute walk from Knightsbridge tube station.


The Alfred Tennyson, The Thomas Cubitt and The Orange

Celebrate Valentine’s Day in cosy surrounds at one of these handsome Cubitt House pubs: The Alfred Tennyson, The Thomas Cubitt and The Orange. All diners who pre-book in advance for Valentine’s Day via the Cubitt House website and select the “Valentine’s Day Complimentary Bubbles” experience will get a free glass of fizz plus a gift to take away. 

The Alfred Tennyson, 10 Motcomb Street, London, SW1X 8LA

The Thomas Cubitt, 44 Elizabeth Street, London SW1W 9PA

The Orange, 37-39 Pimlico Road, London SW1W 8NE

Getting there: The Alfred Tennyson is a seven-minute walk from Hyde Park Corner tube station, The Thomas Cubitt is a six-minute walk from Victoria station, and The Orange is a 10-minute walk from Sloane Square tube station.

The outside of a pub with a large window with the name The Orange above the window. Chairs and tables are on the pavement outside the window

The Orange


Nothing says romance like Michelin-starred dining at Pétrus by Gordon Ramsay. With its striking floor-to-ceiling wine cellar in the middle of the dining room, guests can not only enjoy exquisite dining but also an impressive selection of fine and rare wines and champagnes. Indulge in new dishes such as the Devon Ray Wing and Rhubarb Tart from their weekday lunch menu, or for the ultimate indulgence, dine on their Discovery menu, a seven-course tasting menu with highlights including Smoked Eel with Oscietra caviar and 100-day Aged Cumbrian Blue Grey with Jerusalem artichoke.  

Petrus, 1 Kinnerton St, London SW1X 8EA

Getting there: Petrus is a seven-minute walk from Hyde Park Corner tube station.

Michelin-starred dining at Pétru


Head to Japanese restaurant Sachi at Pantechnicon to cosy up beneath the candlelight as you journey through the restaurant’s specially crafted omakase menu. Valentine’s Day highlights include smoked hand dived scallop with dashi and caviar, a beautifully delicate skate wing with dashi butter and three-cornered leek, and a decadent dark chocolate mousse with sobacha ice cream. There will also be a plant-based menu featuring enoki tempura maki with black garlic and mizuna, and a warming main of sautéed mushrooms, yuzu and black truffle. See Sachi’s Valentine’s Day menu.

Sachi, 19 Motcomb St, London SW1X 8LB

Getting there: Sachi is a seven-minute walk from Knightsbridge tube station.

Plates with food and a glass filled with a pink-coloured drink

Roof Garden at Pantechnicon

Dine beneath the stars by booking a romantic meal for two at the Roof Garden at Pantechnicon, where you can expect to find a magical setting and a special Valentine’s Day menu. Diners can tuck into venison croquettes with wild mushrooms and smoked mayonnaise, a Chateaubriand to share on a bed of buttery bone marrow mash, a cheese course of truffle Brie with caramelised pecans and maple-soaked figs and to finish, a Mayan red chocolate tart with Yorkshire rhubarb. Alternatively, enjoy equally exciting flavours from the restaurant’s plant-based menu.

Roof Garden at Pantechnicon, 19 Motcomb St, London SW1X 8LB

Getting there: The Roof Garden is a seven-minute walk from Knightsbridge tube station.


Three dishes on a wooden board with one containing a meat dish