In case nothing from our previous two Valentine’s dinner rundowns stimulated you, here are even more Valentine’s dinners to ensure you end the night with a ‘bang’ (zing!).
The Oyster House: No one’s ever proven oysters to be real aphrodisiacs, but nevertheless, it’s a good excuse to chow down on some of the best shellfish in the city. They’ll be flown in fresh for Valentine’s day. All wines are 25 percent off for couples.
6pm-2am // The Oyster House // 441 Yuyuan Lu, near Wulumuqi Lu (愚园路441号, 近乌鲁木齐路).
The Grumpy Pig: The Grumpy Pig gets you in the mood for “porking” with a four-course menu set featuring salmon tartare, roasted cauliflower soup, pork loin, and more. Includes a glass of bubbly.
288RMB // 6-9:30pm // The Grumpy Pig // 65-4 Maoming Bei Lu, near Yan’an Lu
O’Yakitori: O’Yakitori, the hopping new yakitori joint by the Sushi’O guys, gives you a luscious 18-course Valentine’s Day spread of yakitori skewers andseafood. Includes two drinks. And if that’s not enough, you can head upstairs to O’Cocktail and get two fizz cocktails for 45RMB/
280RMB // 6-10:30pm // O’Yakitori // 167 Yanping Lu, near Wuding Lu (延平路167号, 近武定路).
Sushi’O: Go “raw” this Valentine’s by hitting up Sushi’O, where they’ll be servingfresh sashimi, four specialty rolls, and more. Includes two drinks.
280RMB // 6-10:30pm // Sushi’O // 155 Yanping Lu, near Wuding Lu 155 Yanping Lu, near Wuding Lu (延平路155号, 近武定路).
House of Roosevelt: A more traditional Valentine’s feast can be found at House of Roosevelt. Menu below.
Oyster with Condiments
Spanish Ibérico Bellota Ham 42 Months & Homemade Roasted Goose with Rice Cake
Boston Clam Chowder (For lady)
Oxtail Soup (For gentleman)
French Blue Lobster Ravioli & Spinach with Tomato Foam
法国蓝龙虾意饺 配菠菜 佐以番茄泡汁
Australian Wagyu Fillet & Wagyu Beef Cheek Paired with Argentina Red Prawn, Mashed Potato & Seasonal Vegetables
澳洲和牛菲力排及澳洲和牛颊肉 拼阿根廷红虾 配土豆泥及时令蔬菜
Love Sweetheart Dessert with Seasonal Fruits
Includes glass of champagne & Maxim’s Soul Mates Hearts chocolates.
1314RMB // 6-11:30pm // House of Roosevelt // 27 Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu
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Benjamin Cost is Shanghaiist’s Food Editor. Email tips, recommendations, and news updates on Shanghai’s dining scene to [email protected].