Make Valentine’s Day a Westside date to remember with great food

Love will be well and truly in the air on Westside next week. And with the way to a person’s heart being through their stomach, as the saying goes, what better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than a meal at one of Westside’s superb restaurants.

Visitors to the Broad Street and Brindleyplace areas will have plenty of choice to wine and dine their loved ones on Wednesday 14 February.

Siamais. If you’re in the mood for some authentic Thai dishes, washed down with the very best cocktails, then Siamais is the place for you. The restaurant has also decorated its floral arch and swing feature with a Valentine’s twist, so diners are urged to grab a photo for Instagram whilst they are there. More information here.

Bank Restaurant. Experience the taste of finer things at Bank Restaurant Bar and Grill this Valentine’s Day. Treat your loved one to the ‘Saddleback pork chop’ or the ‘Sashimi sharing platter’. And, if you’ve got room, then choose from a variety of dessert options. More information here.

Barajee. If Indian food is to your taste, then spice up Valentine’s Day with a visit to Barajee on Broad Street. The restaurant delivers a classical Indian menu with exclusive lagers and wines in a lovely environment offering canal-side panoramic views. More information here.

Turtle Bay. For all the fun and flavour of the Caribbean, Turtle Bay is the place to be on Valentine’s Day. The restaurant lives by the spirit of One Love – the universal love and respect of all people – and has introduced its special Turtle Bay’s One Love Dinner, including a free cocktail, to celebrate the occasion.

Available from tomorrow (10 February) until Sunday 18 February, diners can choose from two or three courses from £25.50 per person, including a free cocktail on arrival. There’s also the option to upgrade to two hours of ‘Bottomless cocktails’ for another £25 per person. View the One Love Set Menu here or to find out more visit this page.

I-Krave. For lovers who fancy a cosy night in on Valentine’s Day, then Chinese restaurant I-Krave is the place for you. Their takeaway venue serves great food using the freshest ingredients in sustainable packaging. And if you fancy something different, why not try their Bubble and Fruit tea range served with a ‘Kung Po Chicken box’. I-Krave is available for delivery or collection. More information here.

Luisa Huggins, media and communications manager at Westside BID, said: “Westside has a diverse range of options for people to choose this Valentine’s Day, and I’m sure they won’t be disappointed with what the district has to offer. We encourage people to book early to avoid missing out, as tables go quick!”


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