Romantic Restaurants in the City

A new girl friend, first date, wedding anniversary or just want to feel special? A cosy romantic outing is must for every couple. Candles, flowers, romantic setting, and good food make for a perfect evening. Asklaila gives you a few pointers on where to take that special someone.

Topaz near Panjrapole is a well-established restaurant and is the place one of the few places for arranging special atmosphere for that perfect evening. It is a warm and a cosy place with dim lights. Very much in the heart of the city, this place is booked in advance for Thursdays as they arrange special candle light dinners in the evening. The light music, delicious food, and the table decorated with a rose and the candle become a reason never to forget the date and the dinner.  

Shocolatery with two branches in the city, is a hot favourite with young couples. The serene ambiance is just magical and takes you out of this world. The menu card might seem a little confusing, but order the pastries and mocktails and you can't go wrong. The staff is very efficient and ensures that you and your date have a magical time.  
Rajwadu near Jivraj Park is all about Gujarati cuisine, traditional set up and exclusive experience right in the centre of the city. The huts are made in a traditional village style. Candle light dinners of elite restaurants will pale in comparison with the lovely lantern light here. While you savour the Gujarati food in the sparkling silver plates, the traditionally dressed staff make it sure that you have an experience with remembering.  

A prefect place to take someone out for dinner, Khyber at Fortune Landmark on Ashram Road is worth an experience. The classy interiors, romantic music, delicious kebabs and Tandoor dishes provide the perfect combination. It is one of the best Indian restaurants both vegetarian & non-vegetarian food. Even if you're not out for a celebration, the place makes it an occasion to remember.  

Valentine Restaurant on the outskirts of the city is a perfect option for a romantic date. Far from the city, it calls for a lovely long drive, ensuring you spend more quality time with each other. The place looks typically like some ranch, but the menu is totally Punjabi. The paneer pasanda and the cheese nan are finger licking delicious.  

So go ahead and enjoy that romantic meal.
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