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Impress your beloved over Valentine’s Weekend with a date in The Blue Orchid Restaurant
4 course meal for two with prosecco for just €60, book in advance, mention Valentines and pay just €50!
Envelop yourselves in the charming ambience, tinged with exotic influences, to set the perfect mood for an evening of Valentine’s Day surprises and romance. A warm welcome and a glass of bubbly are sure to awaken your taste buds for the experience to come. Executive Chef Saki and his team have carefully concocted a special Valentine’s menu – absolutely true to the saying that a way to someone’s heart is through their stomach. The Valentine’s Day menu will be offered exclusively throughout the weekend and features a mouthwatering selection of mixed starters, a choice of mains, some of which are purported to have aphrodisiac properties, including sizzling seafood Thai-style. And as it is Valentine’s Day we are talking about – there must be a sweet pinnacle to the evening – so main course will be followed by a decadent dessert and your choice of tea or coffee.
Or why not experience Valentine’s Day with a group of friends and book the *Teppanyaki table in Blue Orchid Ballinteer, which comfortably seats up to fourteen people. Watch as the experienced Teppanyaki chef turns into a performer as he cooks a tasty variety of meats, fish, vegetables and rice right in front of you. For a fun night out, it’s hard to beat!
Established in South County Dublin twelve years ago, The Blue Orchid boasts three upscale casual restaurants specialising in authentic Thai Cuisine. Quality and value are paramount and great pride is attributed to using only the very best of local produce. Each location offers an excellent delivery service if you prefer a cosy night in. Reservations are highly recommended and can be made by calling 01 283 6601 for Blackrock, 01 294 8000 for Stepaside and 01 296 6113 for Ballinteer. For further information and other special offers, visit www.blueorchid.ie (http://www.blueorchid.ie/
* The word ‘teppanyaki’
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