Monday, August 6, 2012

Five Romantic Foods

If you’re preparing for a dinner date with your significant other, some foods are definitely more romantic than others. Whether you’re going out to a fancy restaurant or cosying up at home, any occasion can be made special with the right flavours. Why not try some of these romantic foods when planning your next meal?
A steak dinner for two is the perfect romantic meal. Luxurious and hearty, a steak dinner is actually very simple to make, leaving you more time to spend with your loved one. Crushed peppercorns can bring a unique flair to buttery, tender steak served with traditional steakhouse sides. Try a romantic red wine to round off this popular dish.
Best steak accompaniments

·                     Creamy spinach
·                     Slow-roasted tomatoes
·                     Pan-fried potatoes

Pasta is a simple yet elegant food that can be used to create any number of fantastic dishes. Unpretentious and delicious, pasta dishes don’t take long to make and are easy to combine with healthy, fresh ingredients.

A pasta meal can be made romantic instantly by sharing off the same plate – any food that can be shared creates a special, intimate atmosphere.

Most romantic pasta dishes
·                     Fettuccine with chicken, sun-dried tomato and roasted red pepper
·                     Linguine with calamari in a creamy white-wine sauce
·                     Salmon and spinach ravioli

There are so many ways to enjoy strawberries as part of a romantic meal. Traditionally linked with romance, strawberries are succulent and flavourful – the perfect way to end a special dinner. The heart-shaped form of the fruit, along with its sweetness and vivid red colour has made it famous as the fruit of love.

Romantic strawberry dishes

·                     Chocolate-covered strawberries
·                     Strawberry pavlova
·                     Strawberry cheesecake with vanilla ice cream

Chocolate has always been considered to be a romantic food, with a rich, creamy texture that many people simply cannot resist. Whether you have oysters, lobster or steak for your first course, there’s always room for a delicious chocolate dessert.

Chocolate is known to release endorphins in the brain, a good explanation for its feel-good factor, making it the perfect food to eat on a date.

Best chocolate desserts

·                     Milk chocolate and mango mousse
·                     Warm chocolate pudding
·                     Chocolate mocha pots

Oysters have earned their romantic reputation from years of history. In Ancient Greece the goddess Aphrodite was even said to have risen from the sea on an oyster shell. 

The unique taste of this aphrodisiac shellfish is perfectly accompanied by a squeeze of lemon juice and great to share on a first date. The fresh, salty fish is also laden with vitamins and minerals, and fairly low in calories.

Best oyster accompaniments

·                     Small squeeze of lemon or tabasco sauce
·                     Stewed white beans and pancetta
·                     Bacon, brie cheese and shallots

Sharing food is one of the best things about dating, so if you’re looking for romantic foods, try some of the above ideas for a truly special evening. And if you’re currently searching for someone to enjoy these foods with, dating websites such as can help you find that special someone to impress with a delicious meal.


  1. romantic or not i just love it all haha

  2. romantic or not i just love it all haha


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