In Shaun of the Dead, Shaun forgets to book a table for a special meal with his girlfriend and gets dumped – and then a zombie apocalypse begins. So – in order to avoid having to spend February 14th surrounded by the drunken zombies at the pub. Foodpanda is here to make sure you select the right restaurant with a romantic view for you and your date, and to make sure the menu matches your tastes. Follow our links to the eateries with the most spectacular panoramas in Hong Kong and get booking.
Valentine’s Day is a few weeks back but you do not actually need a reason to take your beloved to a restaurant with a romantic view. You do not know where to go to? Just leave it up to us, read below where you can take your darling out and see if cupid’s golden arrow hits the mark and enflames their passions. However, whether you are a cynic or a romantic – there is no excuse not to take the time to stress how much you care for your significant other (or others? – pandas don’t judge). After all, nobody loves Scrooge, at least not until he crowbars open his gilded wallet.
Glam up and join the smart set at Sevva. Located on 25th Floor of Prince’s Building in Central, Sevva is an elegant lounge/restaurant which oozes class. Enjoy a cocktail on their terrace with its overview of Central under the city lights. Spice up your date with their Spice Kitchen Platter, a mix of chicken malai tikka, salmon tikka, prawn curry, okra, cauliflower and haricot. Dress code: smart casual. Keep your onesie in the closet. .
Address: 25/F, Prince’s Building,10 Chater Road, Central, Hong Kong
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: (852) 2537 1388
Restaurant with a Romantic View n°2 – Wooloomooloo Prime
You and your date will feel the intimacy of this restaurant with a romantic view as soon as you walk in the door. Wooloomooloo Prime offers a cozy yet sophisticated atmosphere for you to wind down and wind each other in. Watch the boats and ferries go by Victoria Harbor while sipping a glass of finest from Wooloomooloo’s cellar selection of showcase wines. Indulge yourself in their deluxe chilled seafood plateau for 2 with a selection of freshest lobsters, oysters, crabmeat, scampi, green lip mussels, jumbo prawns and scallops served with various dipping sauces. Be sure to ask for the terrace seat to get your picture perfect moment.
Address: Level 21, The ONE, 100 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2771 3600
Restaurant with a Romantic View n°3 – Sugar
Be like Ash and get yourself some sugar. Tucked away in Taikoo Shing, and away from the crowds, Sugar has a slinky rooftop deck which offers an amazing view of Hong Kong Victoria Harbor. Cozy up as the sun goes down. You and your loved one can Rum-Around, which is one of their signature cocktails, made of Havana 3 years rum, strawberries with a dash of lemon and lime and mint. Enjoy some italian delight under the moonlight with their cured meat platter which also features pickles and figs. No admittance for those under 18, so no babies crying or teenage tantrums to disturb your romantic vibe.
Address: 32/F, 29 Taikoo Shing Road, Tai Koo, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 3968 3738
Restaurant with a Romantic View n°4 – Hooray
Reminiscent of snuggling up by the fireplace in a lake house, Hooray is the ideal restaurant with a romantic view to tinder your love. Located in the World Trade Center in Causeway Bay, Hooray is a an Italian alfresco dining spot that offers a spectacular cross-harbor view. Up close to the water, this restaurant with a romantic view is perfect for brooding seductively while your date instagrams his or her food pics and within phone-throwing distance of the sea if your date won’t stop. Hooray definitely makes the top of my list of favorite panoramic places to dine in Hong Kong. Sip on some Moscato under the stars and enjoy a fresh oceanic selection of oysters, robatayaki and okonomiyaki on their cooking trolleys by the terrace. While you are set for success, why not warm up your date and get creative by offering her The Rose, a hot cocktail of apple Juice, rosemary and frangelico? It’s like a cuddle in a glass!
Address: P502, World Trade Centre, 280 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2895 0885