Planning A Romantic Dinner? Check Out These 5 Spots & Book Your Table

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There are days when you just really want to spend some quality time with your SO, make them feel special or celebrate a significant occasion, gorge on some delectable fare and soak in the lovely ambience; these places hit that sweet spot every single time! Make sure you call them in advance to prepare a seamless dining experience; the food may last for the night but you make memories for a lifetime.

San Gimignano at The Imperial { away in a charming corner of the stately Imperial hotel, this is your go-to for authentic classic Italian food; it’s also a celebrity favourite. Call in advance and reserve one of the tables in the outdoor cupola. It’s old school and really special. Risottos are a must-try here.

Le Cirque at The Leela { a slightly more modern take, head to Le Cirque at Leela. A New York classic, this one does European cuisine like no other. Begin with their freshly baked bread selection and smile your way through every course up to the petit fours. Clean and sophisticated, it’s the kind of place you’ll want to dress up for!

Akira Back at JW Marriott { only restaurant named after a Chef on the list, it’s one of the best Japanese restaurants in the city. Set in the swanky JW Marriott at Aerocity, space is trendy, and the food is no-nonsense. The tuna pizza is highly recommended.

Orient Express at The Taj { restaurant that looks like it has especially been designed for special occasions. It has the feel and vibe of an Ornate train that the restaurant has been named after and serves classic French food. The gastronomy is old school, the waiters are white-gloved, and no request is unfulfilled to make your evening as memorable as possible.

Indian Accent at The Lodhi { Manish takes you on a culinary sojourn which can last for about three hours from their tasting menu interwoven with good conversation and fine wine. I would highly recommend it for birthdays. The team goes all out in ensuring you have an amazing experience. Good luck scoring a table at the Glasshouse.

How Much Did It Cost?

INR 3,000+

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