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6 Valentine's Day Romantic Hot Spots

11 January 20 words: Laura Phillips
illustrations: Ali Taylor-Perry

Looking for somewhere romantic to take your better half this Valentine's Day? Don't worry, we've got you covered...

Sexy Mamma Love Spaghetti
Nestled away in Hockley is this little slice of Italy. The small-but-cosy restaurant provides an intimate setting for the perfect date, serving up rustic Italian favourites that are always bursting with flavour. Make sure you book in advance because it’s permanently chock-a-block.

Petit Paris
Paris is the city of love (or so they say), so take a trip á la française to this hidden city-centre gem. Regulars claim the Parisienne-style joint serves up the best food and wine in town, so take your best company to sample the classic á la carte menu. Bon appetit, baby.

Oscar & Rosie’s
If three-course meal dates aren’t really your thing, consider laid-back pizza at Oscar & Rosie’s. Grab a slice of the action with your love, with fresh sourdough pizza that has topping options aplenty. Then when you go for the same slice at the same time… Chow it down yerself.

Coco Tang Café
Quaintly situated down the historic Byard Lane, CoCo Tang Café offers a 1950s Saigon-inspired eating experience, serving up authentic Vietnamese cuisine until 10pm daily. Complement your meal with a traditional Asian coffee by day or enjoy a unique cocktail from their signature menu at night.

The Lobster Pot
Oysters are an aphrodisiac, if you catch our drift. This family-run seafood paradise puts a Thai twist on classic seafood dishes. If oysters aren’t your thing, try the acclaimed lobster or crab dishes and chow down on some of the best seafood in the Midlands.

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This Italian-owned dessert place will make your tastebuds go ‘Mamma mia!’ There is nothing more romantic than ordering an ice cream with two spoons. The interior is also gorgeous, which means you can snap the perfect loved-up selfie. Cute.

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