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12 Best Valentine’s Day Dinners in Toronto

12 Best Valentine’s Day Dinners in Toronto

Searching for the best Valentine’s Day dinner options in Toronto?

Romance is in the air, and it’s time to start thinkin’ about Valentine’s Day!

While you should be celebrating your loved ones everyday, Valentine’s Day is an excuse to do something a little more special.

Whether you’re spending it with your significant other, friends, family, or just yourself, these Valentine’s Day dinners are the perfect way to celebrate the occasion.

Here are some of the best Valentine’s Day dinner options to order from Toronto restaurants!

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Best Valentine’s Day dinner options in Toronto

Kinka Izakaya, Toronto

Kinka Izakaya

While you might not be able to get the full izakaya experience at home, you can at least experience the flavours of it for a Valentine’s date night.

Kinka is one of my absolute fave restaurants in Toronto, and they’ve got several locations across the city.

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You can grab the Meal for Two, which comes with 2 miso soups, 2 noodle or torched sushi options, and 2 matcha cheesecakes for $45.

For a Valentine’s Day dinner, that’s quite affordable!

And if you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day solo, treat yourself to the Meal for One ($23), which includes 1 each of the dishes mentioned above.

LOCATION: Various locations


JaBistro is another restaurant behind the Kinka family, and they’re doing a special Valentine’s Omakase Platter for takeout.

You can preorder it from February 7th through 11th for pickup on February 13th or 14th.

It includes a chef’s selection of 16 pieces of nigiri, 8 pieces of aburi sushi, and 22 pieces of sashimi (including lobster) for $250, and it serves two people.

LOCATION: 222 Richmond St. West, Toronto, ON

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Miku Toronto

Sushi is the perfect date night meal, especially if you’re looking to enjoy a special Valentine’s Day treat.

Miku is one of the best sushi restaurants in Toronto, and it’s a fantastic spot to take your date.

If you’re dining in, you can enjoy their Kaiseki for $135 per person – it’s a traditional Japanese dining experience where you get to have a bunch of small dishes on handcrafted Japanese plateware.

They’ve also got some great platters like their Sazanka Platter ($69), which comes with 56 pieces of sushi, or their Sumire Platter ($92), which comes with 46 pieces of sushi.

Both platters come with various aburi oshi sushi rolls and other sushi rolls, but the Sumire Platter has a larger selection of aburi oshi, which is why there are less pieces and it’s more expensive.

There’s also a Vegetarian Platter ($65) with 52 pieces of various vegetarian sushi rolls.

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For dessert, order their Assorted Dessert Tier ($30), which comes with a variety of different Japanese-European inspired desserts!

LOCATION: 10 Bay St. #105, Toronto, ON

Yuzu No Hana

Yuzu No Hana is another upscale sushi restaurant in Toronto, and they have some set menus that are exclusively on DoorDash (get $15 off each of your first 3 orders over $20).

Order their Dinner for 2 ($95), which comes with a chef’s selection of 12 pieces of sushi and 3 pieces of Futomaki, wafu steak, gyoza, edamame, and 2 miso soups.

They also have a Dinner for 4 ($120) and Deluxe Dinner for 4 ($220) if you’re doing a larger Valentine’s party!

They don’t specifically have a Valentine’s Day menu, but Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to splurge on some of the best sushi in Toronto.

LOCATION: 236 Adelaide St. West, Toronto, ON


I visited Lamesa a bajillion years ago for their brunch, and it was amaze.

They serve up incredible Filipino cuisine at their restaurant near Bathurst & St. Clair.

They’ve got a Valentine’s Day prix fixe menu for $60 per person, and you have to pre-order it for pickup between February 11th to 14th.

It comes with an amuse-bouche, appetizer, main, and dessert of your choice, including dishes like their Adobo Duxelle, Milkfish Rillette, and Spicy Kare Kare Pancit.

LOCATION: 634 St. Clair Ave. West, Toronto, ON

DaiLo Restaurant in Toronto


DaiLo serves up Chinese dishes with French techniques, and their food is absolutely incredible.

They’re one of the best Chinese restaurants in Toronto, serving up everything from Sweet & Sour Pork Hock to Truffle Fried Rice.

You can order the DaiLo’s Choice in-person tasting menu for $88 per person, where the chef picks the entire meal.

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If you’re ordering takeout, you can choose between their At Home Tasting Menu ($88 per person) or Vegan Tasting Menu ($82 per person), which changes weekly and can be ordered on Tock!

LOCATION: 503 College St, Toronto, ON

Shook Kitchen

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Shook serves up vegetarian Israeli cuisine at their hip restaurant near King West, and they’ve got a special 3-course Valentine’s Day set menu for $75 per person.

You can also add wine pairings for $50 per person, or even order a fresh bouquet for $55 or $105 if you’re looking to go all out.

You can dine-in to enjoy their Valentine’s Day menu or order takeout on their website to have at home instead.

LOCATION: 77 Portland St, Toronto, ON

Aloette Restaurant

You’ve probably heard of Alo, known as one of the best fine-dining restaurants in Toronto, and Aloette is their more casual spot on Queen West by Queen & Spadina.

Aloette is offering up a Valentine’s Day prix-fixe takeout special for $80 per person, and you can order it for pickup on Tock.

It’s an 8-course meal with dishes like Tuna Tartare, Miami-cut Striploin, and Ruby Chocolate Mousse.

LOCATION: 163 Spadina Ave. 1st Floor, Toronto, ON

Café Boulud

Café Boulud is a French brasserie by Michelin Star Chef Daniel Boulud, and it’s located inside the Four Seasons Hotel.

They offer a seasonally changing menu with a mix of bistro classics and contemporary dishes, and they’ve got a 3-course dine-in Valentine’s Day menu for $145 per person.

You can choose between two options each for the appetizer, main course, and dessert, including options like King Crab & Celeriac Salad and Seared John Dory fish.

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LOCATION: 60 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, ON

Canoe Restaurant, Toronto

Canoe Restaurant

Adam and I went to Canoe for the first time on Valentine’s Day several years ago (when we were students) with a gift card and no idea about what “tasting menus” were, and we were definitely in for a shock when we got the bill lol.

Their Valentine’s Day tasting menu is $175 per person and features 7 courses, including pescatarian and meat options.

We honestly weren’t too impressed with our meals, but the experience of sitting 54 storeys high with the gorgeous skyline view was what made it worth it.

If you make reservations, be sure to ask for the view of the CN Tower!

LOCATION: 66 Wellington St. West, 54th Floor, Toronto, ON

Richmond Station

Richmond Station is a fancy spot near Yonge & Richmond with incredible and seasonal dishes.

They’ve got a 6-course Valentine’s Dinner for Two for $199, and you can either order it for pickup or delivery.

The kit also includes a bottle of Sparkling Pinot Meunier from local Ontario winery Kew Vineyards, as well as chocolates by their very own chocolatier, and Canada’s National World Chocolate Master, Nishant Amin.

LOCATION: 1 Richmond St. West, Toronto, ON

George Restaurant

George Restaurant is a popular spot for their tasting menus, and Valentine’s Day is the perfect excuse to order.

They don’t actually have a Valentine’s Day tasting menu, but they do have their regular tasting menus!

You can choose between 5 courses ($130 per person), 7 courses ($150), or 10 courses ($175).

They also have vegetarian tasting menus with 5 courses ($90), 7 courses ($105), or 10 courses ($125).

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You can also add wine pairings for the 5 or 7 course menus for $95, or $115 for the 10 course menu.

They use local and seasonal ingredients for their dishes, and their seafood is responsibly harvested!

LOCATION: 111C Queen St. East, Toronto, ON

Valentine’s Day dinner menus from Toronto restaurants:

  1. Kinka Izakaya
  2. JaBistro
  3. Miku Toronto
  4. Yuzu No Hana
  5. Lamesa
  6. DaiLo
  7. Shook Kitchen
  8. Aloette Restaurant
  9. Café Boulud
  10. Canoe Restaurant
  11. Richmond Station
  12. George Restaurant

These were some of the best dinners to order from Toronto restaurants this Valentine’s Day!

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