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Our Romantic Dinner Ideas For Two

Your Valentine’s Day menu comes with its own set of rules, traditionally leaning towards the more romantic meal ideas to match the atmosphere of the night. Whether you’re an experienced rustler-upper of fine cuisines or it’s your first time trying something outside the realms of simple suppers – there are Valentine’s Day meal ideas for all tastes and abilities to try this year.

Valentine’s Day Starters

Garlic Prawn Valentine’s Day Starter

The Versatile Seafood

Okay, so not everyone is a fan of seafood. But for those that are, you can’t go wrong with prawns. Light and easy to prepare, prawns are perfect for whipping up a quick yet versatile Valentine’s Day starter. Lightly fried in a little butter or oil and served up on their own, with a touch of rocket or in an accompanying broth, they’re the perfect way to get things started

Valentines Meal with Asparagus and Lemon

The Sophisticated Vegetable

For a vegetarian alternative, asparagus is another versatile romantic food for Valentine's Day. Pan seared in a little butter and seasoned with salt and pepper, they’re super easy, too. Serve on their own, or pair with fried button mushrooms and some warm bread.

Selection of Soups for your Valentine’s Day Menu

The Go-To Soup

If your Valentine is a stickler for soup, whip up a batch of their preferred choice. Whether that’s a seasonal favourite like carrot and coriander, or something a little more wholesome like chicken noodle or minestrone. A good stock blitzed together with your favourite veg and added meat of choice is the perfect way to start the evening off.


Valentine’s Day Mains

Valentines Meal Ideas with Beef and Vegetable Stew

The Warming Stew

Your Valentine’s Day menu is nothing without an impressive main. A slow-cooked, wholesome stew is often the best way to say “I love you” after a long day. So why not treat them to a beef and red wine take on your traditional stew recipe and add a touch of sophistication to your Sunday classic? Combine diced beef with vegetables and a beef and red wine stock and simply leave to cook.

Tasty Dinner Idea for Two with Spaghetti and Tomatoes

The Classic Pasta

No Valentine’s Day menu would be complete without a dish from Italy. Spaghetti or linguini tossed with a tomato and basil sauce and accompanying fish or meat is a great way to combine some of your favourite flavours to make romantic food for Valentine's Day that you’ll both remember.

Add the Perfect Steak to your Valentine’s Day Menu

The Perfect Steak

For meat lovers, there’s often only one way to go for your Valentines meal ideas – steak. Customised with a select choice of accompaniments and a complementing sauce, steak can be served up completely to your Valentine’s liking. Cook it to the perfection and you’ll get extra points, too. Find out how to cook the perfect steak to nail it first time.


Valentine’s Day Desserts

Delicious Cheesecake Valentine’s Day Dessert with Raspberries

The Any Cake

Just as things appear to start winding down, you can bring out the show stopper. Cheesecake, cupcakes, layer cake – cakes of any kind are always well received after a delicious few courses, and February 14th is no different. Homemade is always best if you can, so put your skills to the test and bake them something they’ll remember. If you want to try something that will really leave a lasting impression, why not add their favourite confectionery for a personalised twist?

Valentine’s Day Dessert with a Chocolate Fountain

The Luxury Fruit Salad

For the lazy chef who wants to make just as good an impression, a fruit salad might sound easy. But in the spirit of romance, there’s no better way to invite indulgence to your Valentines meal than to introduce a chocolate fountain to your dessert. Dip strawberries, cherries, pineapple, apple and more in the chocolate mix and share together.

Choose Strawberry Trifle for your Valentine’s Day Dessert

The Custom Trifle

As customisable as they come, a trifle is a quick fix for a Valentine’s Day dessert. For those who don’t quite fancy tackling a bake, trifles are the perfect solution. Fill a cup with chocolate, cake, sweets and fruit as well as a custard, sauce or cream of your choice. The best part is, you can’t go wrong! Just mix, match and serve.


When it comes to Valentine’s Day meal ideas, there’s no real right or wrong. Simply take to the kitchen and whip up anything you know your Valentine will enjoy. Already booked a table somewhere this year? Surprise them with a Valentine’s Day breakfast instead.


Prepared your Valentine’s Day menu and ready to start? Pick up everything you need to bring these romantic dinner ideas to life at your local convenience store. Or if you’ve run out of time, why not cheat a little just this once with one of our Deliciously Easy Meals? Impress all year round by signing up to our E-newsletter to stay up to date with all seasonal recipes, guides and more.