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Where to celebrate Valentine’s Day in Sydney

Valentine’s Day is not just a day, it’s a celebration of love, a time when romance weaves itself into the tapestry of our daily lives with a touch more elegance and fervour. Allow us to be your culinary Cupid, guiding your taste buds on a love-infused journey through the most charming and delightful dining experiences our city has to offer.

Whether it’s a candlelit dinner, a cosy bistro with ambient melodies, or a rooftop setting under the stars, our Valentine’s Day restaurant guide for Sydney is your gateway to creating unforgettable moments with your beloved. So, reserve your table, and let the magic unfold in a symphony of flavours and heartfelt conversations.

NOMAD Sydney

Hommous plate food

Indulge in a taste of the Mediterranean at NOMAD, set in a chic converted warehouse in Surry Hills. The share style set menus, inspired by travels through Spain, Morocco, and the Middle East, are sure to tantalise your taste buds, especially with a glass of champagne upon arrival.

Book your experience here $185pp

Novotel Sydney Parramatta

People wine dinner hotel

Spread the love with Novotel Sydney Parramatta’s Valentine’s Day Degustation Dinner at 350 Restaurant & Lounge. Featuring a 6-course degustation menu with mouth-watering flavours, Novotel Parramatta it promises a romantic, Australian fusion dining experience for you and your loved one. From tartare and succulent oysters, to snapper and ravioli, connect with your partner over some divine food this V-day.  Inclusions 6-course degustation menu for $95pp. Add matching wines $45pp. All from 6pm.

Book the 6-Course degustation menu

Fratelli Fresh

Pizza

Enjoy some flirtatious feasting at Fratelli Fresh with a five-course set menu. Fratelli Fresh offers a range of romantic dining experiences across Sydney: including the sassy interior of Fratelli at Westfield Sydney, the lively and bustling emporium of Darling Harbour, the bright and light-filled beachside site at Manly, the charming and spacious rooftop restaurant at Westfield Miranda, and the vibey indoors-outdoors feel at Fratelli Fresh Entertainment Quarter. On Valentine’s Day, couples can dine from an extensive àla carte menu, or choose the set menu below. 

Booking the experience here – $79 per person

Beau

People chef table couple

Discover contemporary Australian cuisine in an intimate ambience at Beau. The share style set menu includes a glass of champagne on arrival, all masterfully crafted by Chef Troy Spencer and Group Executive Chef Jacqui Challinor.

Reserve your table now$150pp

Bistro George

Bistro George SYdney

Set on the sophisticated level one of Jacksons on George, Bistro George offers an aphrodisiac menu to enhance your romantic evening. The Piano Man sets the mood while you enjoy the four-course culinary delight.

Secure your spot here$180pp

BrewDog Anti-Valentine’s Day Pity Pizza Party

Brewdog Sydney

Embrace the anti-Valentine spirit with a week-long Pity Pizza Party at BrewDog, featuring bottomless pizza and a refreshing schooner of Anti-Valentine’s beer rounded off with an ice cream dessert.

Join the party here$35pp

a’Mare

Amare Sydney

Experience Italian luxury with a Sydney twist at a’Mare. The stunning harbour setting complements the authentic, tableside served Italian cuisine, culminating in the irresistible signature tiramisu.

Enjoy Italian elegance here$160pp to $215pp

Three Blue Ducks Rosebery

Meaty steak

Relish in a sustainable and casual Valentine’s Day dinner at Three Blue Ducks with a special 3-course menu that celebrates the joy of sharing a meal — all beginning with a sparkling glass of bubbles.

Book your sustainable dining here $95pp

Aria

Aria Sydney

Savour the unrivalled panoramic views of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House at Aria while enjoying a sumptuous six-course tasting menu curated by Executive Chef Tom Gorringe.

Reserve a dinner to remember here $350pp

Chiswick

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The lush gardens of Chiswick provide a tranquil setting for a 4-course Valentine’s menu created by Head Chef Daniel Cooper. The charm of the garden adds to the romance of the evening.

Experience Chiswick charm here$175pp

North Bondi Fish

Bondi Beach NBF Fish

North Bondi Fish offers the quintessential Bondi experience with a Valentine’s Day 3-course seafood set menu, complete with Champagne on arrival and iconic beachside views.

Catch your Valentine’s Day dinner here$140pp

Maydanoz

Green tacos

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with a Turkish twist at Maydanoz, offering a dinner feast that emphasizes vegetarian and olive oil-driven meze dishes for a flavorful and rich dining experience.

Book your Turkish delight here$125pp

Anason

Anason table

Renowned chef and cookbook author Somer Sivrioglu, alongside Executive Chef Arman Uz, crafts seasonal, modern Turkish menus at Anason. Established in 2016, this Barangaroo waterfront gem exemplifies the meyhane experience, reminiscent of the vibrant eateries in Istanbul. For Valentine’s Day, embark on a culinary adventure steeped in Turkish tradition, featuring seafood centrepieces and dishes enlivened with vibrant spices and aromatics, skillfully paired with traditional Turkish Raki, fine wines, or expertly mixed signature cocktails.

Book Anason

Franca

Franca Potts

Embrace the allure of Paris at Franca, where the romance of the French Riviera is recreated with boundary-pushing plates. This Valentine’s Day, treat your significant other to a classic yet innovative dining experience embodying the spirit and passion of Mediterranean France. From exquisite entrees to the indulgent Valrhona chocolate bar, Franca sweetens the occasion with its inimitable chic charm and a touch of champagne.

Savour French elegance at Franca here$165pp including champagne on arrival

Your Valentine’s Day in Sydney is set to be an unforgettable symphony of flavors and settings. Choose your enchanting evening, from the meyhane vibes on the Barangaroo waterfront to the romantic French accents in Potts Point. It’s time to create those perfect moments with the ones who matter most.

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