The way to a Valentine's heart is through St Betty's chocolate cherry mousse …

PUBLISHED : Thursday, 14 February, 2013, 12:00am
UPDATED : Thursday, 14 February, 2013, 2:38am

In Hong Kong, lovers tend to celebrate Valentine's Day by eating. In response, restaurants across town roll out special romantic set meals for two. These range from boozy brunches to over-the-top love fests - think pink candles and heart-shaped slabs of foie gras.

This year one of the city's coolest restaurants is getting in on the action. St Betty in Central is offering up a set dinner for HK$788 per person.

In true St Betty fashion, don't expect pink lace and cloying sentimentality, but that doesn't mean your date will have any trouble knowing that it's a special occasion. Not every date night involves lobster carpaccio with black truffle wagyu beef cheek or dark chocolate mousse with cherries.

Whoever you take along is sure to feel loved; Michelin-starred chef Shane Osborn will make sure of that.


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