Four unique Valentine’s Day dinner-date ideas for Kochiites

From aphrodisiac oriented candlelit dinners to an intimate chocolate-making workshop, here’s  our round-up for V-Day events

Anoop Menon Published :  09th February 2018 07:00 AM   |   Published :   |  09th February 2018 07:00 AM

Chocolate making workshop

Rohini’s Tasty Treats
Gifting expensive chocolates on V-Day has turned into something of a tradition. Probably because it’s akin to an edible declaration of love. Sign up with your significant other for a hands-on chocolate-making workshop. This session—organised by patissiere Kavitha R K—is perfect for beginners and it teaches couples to make 20 different variants of treats including hard-filling, soft-filling, and flavoured chocolates. 10 am-2 pm. `2,000 per head

Ramada Resort
Treat your loved one to a romantic meal under the stars at Ramada. Dip your toes in their vast infinity pool while sampling a wide variety of specials including lobster exotica ala newberg sauce and French lip-lock cake, presented during their five-course feast. If none of this does it for you, then let your hair down on the dancefloor at Club 1100. Pre-booking required. `6,000 plus tax

Radisson Blu
Can good food put you in the mood? The culinary squad at this luxury property puts that question to the test with a delightful UnDiet-approved spread at their roof-top high bar. The prime focus of this dinner are aphrodisiacs with health benefits. These include oyster alongside malta salsa, grilled asparagus served with romaine leaves, and roasted duck with a pomegranate reduction. 7-11 pm. `999

Crowne Plaza
Valentine’s Day dinner doesn’t have to be all about exotic cuisine and aphrodisiacs. Opt for a simple yet intimate candlelit experience, complete with scented candles, rose petals, slow music, and a wide range of naadan delicacies. Bird’s eye chilli (kaanthari) infused chicken marinated with herbs and paired with a lush red wine, anyone? 7-11 pm. `3,000 plus tax