Join Pirata Group for V-Day's 'Love Me Tender' Special Menus

Join Pirata Group for V-Day's 'Love Me Tender' Special Menus

Lovers’ special moment is on the way for Valentine’s Day and Hong Kong’s Pirata Group is rolling out a heartful collection of romantic menus and aphrodisiac treats available at select Pirata venues during the three-day period.

Lovebirds and couples can come down to Pirata’s litany of scrumptious restaurants during the Feb. 12-13 weekend to enjoy Valentine’s Brunch all day, and an exclusive Valentine’s Lovers Menu served on Feb. 14 at select restaurants.

At The Optimist, tuck into a delightful Northern Spanish sharing-style menu (HK$398) for a Valentine’s Brunch savouring entrants such as Gambas “al Ajilo” and Summer Salad, Broken Eggs, main courses of Grilled Pork Ribs and Red Snapper, and topping off the soppy day with Basque Cheesecake.

Pirata’s signature Indian diner, Chaiwala, brings South Asia’s delights and signatures to their brunch and tasting menu, including Pani Puri, Aloo Tikki Chaat, Tandoori Lamb Chops, Dal Maharani with Garlic Naan, and Jamun-stuffed Panna Cotta.

With a classic Italian romantic twist, Pici and The Pizza Project will introduce exclusive menu items enjoyed just for Feb. 14. Pici will be presenting Cupido’s Ravioli (HK$180), a heart-shaped ravioli with chilli, served with smoked mozzarella and lamb ragu. The Ducking Valentine’s Pizza (HK$100/69) will be coming to The Pizza Project, topped with arrabiata sauce, smoked mozzarella, and cured duck breast.

If you are feeling really lucky on the calendar’s most romantic and beautiful day, head to Pane e Latte, Pirata’s Italian bakery on the Stanley Coast, on Feb. 14 for your chance to win an 18K White Gold Diamond Ring inside an ordered Lover’s Croissant Bomboloni, worth HK$14,000.

To find out more about each Valentine’s Day menu at Pirata’s restaurants, head to their website.

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