28 Hotels That Serve the Most Romantic Dinners


Rekindle love amidst luxury and nature at Shillim Peak with a breathtaking breakfast date and organized romantic activities.Celebrate your special moments enjoying mountain views with the decadent breakfast that includes bakery and confectionery products, fruits and juices. The retreat offers a whole bunch of bonding activities such as hiking, biking and cooking lessons at Shillim Cooking School. Website


In the city of dreams, choose poolside dining at Trident, Nariman Point, Mumbai to seduce your partner over an al fresco meal. Ocean breezes, serene views, and an intimate setup with a curated menu all come together to celebrate your wonderful moment. Or head to India Jones for comforting pan-Asian cuisine, from savory dimsums to a delicious teppenyaki meal. Website


Choose champagne in a cabana by the landscaped pool, accompanied by an aphrodisiac-inspired menu, for a romantic getaway in town. Think figs with gorgonzola and prosciutto with shrimp and brioche toast; smoked Kumamoto oysters with garlic, chilli and peppercorn vinegar; lobster in fettuccine with garlic and lemon; avocado burrata salad with slow-roasted beets and asparagus; avocado ice cream; and Original Strawberry Dark Chocolate Pie. Website


The Cellar is JA Manafaru’s exclusive underground experience, unique to the Maldives and open by prior arrangement for a special occasion. Make your way through the heavy doors of The Cellar and descend the spiral staircase to the inner sanctum for a delicious seven-course meal paired with wine. Definitely a meal to remember, served 2.5m deep in the earth in this dining experience by Dining by Design. Website


With the Zabarwan Mountains as a backdrop and overlooking the Dal and Nigeen lakes. Rah Bagh, Srinagar offers several scenic spots to surprise your loved one with their favorite dishes, be it steamed lamb dumplings, paneer tikka, grilled freshwater trout, rogan josh from Kashmir, yakhni with lotus root or saffron rice. A candlelit dinner by the pool, a bonfire in the gardens, or a romantic picnic in the apple orchard are all great ways to celebrate togetherness. Website


If you and your loved one enjoy foodie adventures, head to Turtuk, one of India’s northernmost villages in the Leh district of the Nubra Valley. In a garden of peach and marigold flowers, savor a ten-course tasting menu of traditional Balti dishes at Turtuk Holiday Resort. Note that this cuisine has nothing to do with British Balti dishes. Savor the delicate flavors of Baltistan with its influences from Central Asia and Samarkand, prepared by chef Bilqis Bano, the first and only female chef in the Baltistan region. Try barley noodles in a lamb broth with local herbs “tumburuk” and Kisirnagrang-thur, buckwheat pancakes served with a spicy relish. Bringa, Balti’s local roti, is interwoven with waves of local white butter. A real treat for the senses. Website

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