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Ideas for a Good Place to Eat for Valentines Day?

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I want to take my girlfriend out for a meal on me and I would love to find a really cute, relaxing romantic place to eat. Can anyone recommend any chain restaurants that are nice?

brandondh18
3 months ago
What do you think of this?
Pjran
Pjran3 months ago

I doubt chain restaurants would be intimate enough for Valentine’s Day. Why not buy one of the supermarket meal deals and dress your home up with candles, flowers and soft music. If you still live with your parents I’m sure they could go to the cinema for a couple of hours.

It might be Tesco offering a half bottle of champagne as part of their deal.

Enjoy your evening.

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BW07
BW073 months ago

What location are you in as chain restaurants are boring for quality food nowadays. Lower key chain restaurants will be better or even independents

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brandondh18
brandondh18
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3 months ago

I'm close to Bella Italia, Pizza Hut (My girlfriend love's Pizza Hut, I know it's not romantic) and quite a few Italian chain restaurants. I just don't know where to go, it's so hard to choose.

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Pjran
Pjran3 months ago

brandondh18 you’ve answered your own question go to Pizza Hut if she loves it

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zerocenturyzero
zerocenturyzero2 months ago

Ask Italian

The popular restaurant chain is celebrating the season of amore with a delicious Valentine’s menu, providing couples across the UK with three courses and coffee for just £21.95.

We recommend the indulgent Chocolate Etna dessert, which comes with a choice of salted caramel, vanilla, strawberry, or pistachio gelato, as a perfect way to round off the meal.

Hot toffee sauce is poured over a dark chocolate cup at your table, revealing a hidden scoop of ice cream on top of a heavenly hot chocolate fondant. Heavenly!

https://www.thesun.co.uk/living/2833123/here-are-eight-delicious-options-for-eating-out-on-valentines-day-for-under-25/

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ACR
ACR2 months ago

Chain restaurants aren't romantic places, nor is waiting ages to get a table or be served your meal on Valentine's day. Why not make something at home on the 14th and go out for a meal on the 13th or 15th when it's quieter.

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nicoledbradburn
nicoledbradburn2 months ago

can you cook??, cook a favourite meal at home with scented candles, romantic music, favourite flowers in favourite colours, favourite sparkly drink

If can't cook what about favourite type of food if your girlfriend favourite is pizza hut

you can go their but get a really very beautiful pretty gift romantic gift.

restaurant doesn't need to be romantic if your gift is

or go to a Italian restaurant when you get home run a hot beautiful scented bubble bath for her

let her relax as you light some scented candles in bedroom, put music on and be romantic

as she comes out.

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AgnesFaludi
AgnesFaludi2 months ago

My husband wanted to book some restaurant and I told him not to, because it will be so busy...I will make some nice dinner and that is it. We will go out in an other day...

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