Valentine’s Day, February 14, is undoubtedly the most romantic day of the year. Of course, it doesn’t mean that it is the only day of love, but it is about showing that little bitof extra love and adoration!
All the little hearts, sparkling cards, red roses and heart-shaped treats may seem quite dull and therefore make the whole occasion appear slightly over-rated or foolish. So celebrate the occasion with something really meaningful and memorable, for those close to your heart.
There is nothing more important than spending quality time with loved ones: nothing can replace the experiences you share. The moments spent together are the most signifi cant because they strengthen the relationship and jolly up the daily routine. The experience is even stronger if it involves delicious food. The good old saying doesn’t lie: the way to a heart is through the stomach…
To ease the task of finding the perfect romantic spot to dine out with your loved one this Valentine’s Day, here are the Valley News recommendations for a meal that will win your darling’s heart, from a traditional Italian to a fiery curry on the Valentine’s menu – and a good curry never fails to stir the blood!
If you require great quality Indian cuisine, head to CAFÉ DIWALI. It has taken Salisbury by storm, currently trending No.1 on Tripadvisor for the Salisbury area. Their whole new dining experience has brought a real twist to dining in the city. Recently voted as best newcomer in the British Curry awards you can see why booking Valentine’s in advance is a must at Cafe Diwali.
For your romantic Italian desires, head to LA DOLCE VITA – a traditional Italian restaurant with an Italian owner serving authentic freshly-cooked food to order. La Dolce Vita comes highly recommended on Trip-advisor with comparisons to Jamie Oliver’s in Bath, and the best Italian in the town. La Dolce Vita is a must for booking in advance with limited availability, especially
Perhaps you would like to share your Valentine’s through puppy love at MONTY AND MABELS – the only completely-friendly dog café in Wiltshire and Dorset and for many more
miles away, as far we know. Founded by Corinne Roberts just a year ago, a dog owner herself. Whether dog owner or dog friendly, you will find yourself completely at home here. It’s the perfect place to meet like-minded pooch friend singletons.
Once you have explored special offers and celebratory menus, choose the venue for the evening you will never forget and make sure to book early!