Couples planning Valentine’s Day will know that Pirata is the perfect place to be spoilt with Italian goodness, served with love. Chef Stefano Rossi has prepared an amorous 6-course feast with authentic seasonal Italian ingredients and warm hearty flavours. Pirata’s atmospheric and relaxed ambience creates an intimate setting for indulgence and romance.
“Everyone knows that Italians are in love with love, and pasta of course. Chef Stefano brings back his famous heart-shaped pink amorini pasta to share with your loved one. Have a glass of vermouth, eat some delicious food and be with the person you love,” says General Manager Manuel Palacio.
Pirata invites lovers to a 6-course menu of nostalgic and rustic Italian dishes made to share and channel Lady and the Tramp spoon feeding scenes. The Valentine’s Day menu, priced at HKD588 per person, starts off with a complimentary glass of prosecco to blush the cheeks.
Start with a shared Piatti Piccoli that includes Bresaola rolls, thyme scented ricotta, tomato, rocket salad encased in cured aged beef, Warm Octopus Salad served with fresh Italian cherry tomatoes and olives, and Pumpkin Flan smothered with cheese fondue.
Next, indulge in the Valentine’s Day special Handmade Amorini that is sure to set the mood with carefully made heart-shaped pink pasta filled with roasted beetroot and ricotta cheese. The main course comes in the form of a decadent Surf and Turf which includes Pirata’s signature Butcher’s Cut steak, and Boston Lobster served with salsa verde.
To finish off, lovers can seduce over a sweet and decadent Panna Cotta topped with homemade raspberry coulis.
Take the night to the next level with after dinner sweet talk at the bar where sweet vermouth and flirtatious cocktails await. Those with lovers in city’s afar, think of them fondly with a sip of the Tokyo Secrets Door (HKD110) or San Francisco Flor de Jalisco (HKD90).