The countdown to Valentine's Day has begun, so for all you lonely souls the time to woo is now. Return to the good old-fashioned courting, and plan a spectacular night of seduction. The event: Bollywood Nights. Beaming ourselves from Himalayan mountains to the golden sands of Goa may not come as easily for us mere mortals as for the stars of Bollywood, but that doesn't mean we can't inject a bit of subcontinental rhythm and romance into our lives. And don't forget the anticipation of a kiss, which most Indian movie fans know well with screen protagonists (such as the stars of Lagaan, right) having perfected the moves to dodge eager lips. Practise playing hard to get at the Music Room tomorrow night as it pumps out Bollywood's best beats. 2/F, California Entertainment Building, D'Aguilar St, Central. Tel: 2845 8477. 10pm-late. Free. Meeting up: Set the scene with the first surprise of the night. A sexy bar has opened in Central. At the end of Wo On Lane (that cul de sac near Lan Kwai Fong with the shrine at the end) simmers Baby B, which was known as Baby Buddha for a nanosecond before the name caused some offence and was changed. Bench-like seating traces a wall covered in red fairy lights and glamorous red tiles glint from the curvy walls. It's half alfresco, half bar. It also has huge heaters and fine music: ambient soundscapes with groovy bongo beats and Eastern twangs. Another highlight is Phil Murphy, the charismatic part-owner who used to manage Phi-b. He's a wizard at shaking cocktails. 18 Wo On Lane, Central. Tel: 2167 7244 Dinner: Head up the hill to Arbuthnot Road to feast on the delicacies of a great double act. Chez Moi is an authentic French restaurant that last August welcomed husband-and-wife team Patrick Goubier and Dothi Xuyen. The couple met while Goubier was working at Hanoi's famous Gustave's restaurant. The chef fell in love with the pastry chef and since then they have travelled to the Caribbean and Europe, working as a team. They present a fusion of Lyon/Burgundy and Provencal cuisines with a few subtle Asian influences. Guests pay for either three courses ($495) or four ($595). Highlights include the foie gras terrine made with pig trotters and porcini mushrooms and the deer carpaccio in lemon juice with black truffles from Perigord. The chef says it is the perfect romantic getaway: 'It's a small place with dim lighting, the right music and plenty of fresh flowers. When the guests come I am the one who welcomes them, and explains the menu.' Chez Moi, 10 Arbuthnot Rd, Central. Open daily 12pm-2am. Reservations: 2801 6768.