Europe is a great place to travel to. Not only is it rich in culture, it also boasts some of the most romantic places to eat for foodies.
Isabel, Mayfair, London
In the heart of Mayfair, this grand and charming restaurant boasts the type of romance that will take you back in time. The golden bar stools in the square serving bar is an ideal place to have a drink and watch over the Mayfair crowds with a glass of cold champagne. Isabel caters for couples, offering small exotic plates to share such as nduja, prawn and beef short-rib ravioli with truffle. In the silk walled Dragon Room you will find signature Copper Martinis and other luxuries whilst the beat of a 70s soul anthem floods the room.
Vintage Garden, Zsidónegyed, Budapest
An incredibly chic, old school interior featuring a bright and colorful theme, the Vintage Garden is one of the busiest and vibrant restaurants in Budapest's Jewish Quarter. Approaching Budapest Michelin-star standards, Vintage Garden hosts mainly couples. This place is perfect for those who are looking for romance particularly due to its use of blossom and beautiful flowers amongst the outdoor garden. Open until midnight, the food served ranges from homemade pasta, fish, meat and burgers, not to mention they also serve Hungarian specialties.
De Kas, Watergraafsmeer, Amsterdam
The unique restaurant of De Kas is located in the heart of Amsterdam in a set of greenhouses which date back to 100 years old. These greenhouses belonged to Municipal Nursery and still use locally sourced produce to complement their foods. This restaurant is like no other and has a main dining room, a conservatory, a business table, bar table, garden room and an outdoor patio to have a wander. It creates a new meal every day depending on the resourced produce where the flavors are light and exciting.
Le Train Bleu, 11th arrondissement, Paris
The Blue Train has a great dining hall like no other. With large golden chandeliers which sit on the backdrop of authentic French portraits and art painted onto the ceiling, this dining experience is sure to be like no other. The incredible vintage frescoes and big oak benches which flood the hall will be the template for your delightful French cuisine. The stunning ambiance will have you gazing for so long that you will not want your food to arrive! The museum-like setting is filled with statues and original décor, guaranteeing a pleasant visit. The starters are generous and consist of lobster served on walnut oil-dressed salad leaves whilst the mains are just as flattering and varied.
Indochine Ly Leap, Eixample, Barcelona
Indochine is a shrine of Asian culture and cuisine. This Cambodian restaurant has the setting of an exotic landscape of South-East Asia to immerse you in your experience. The layout of the restaurant includes indoor lakes, tables in the form of sawn-off trees, floor-level dining and palm trees which overhang the table. This beautiful romance filled restaurant produces food which fits the ambiance with authentic cuisines and dishes ranging from clam soup, ginger and toasted coconut. Other plates include lamb, duck, pork and other delicious sea foods.