Celebrate love with your significant other as you whisk them off for a romantic weekend at Ramee Grand Hotel and Spa, where love is celebrated not just for a day, but throughout February.
They say the way to a loved one’s heart is through food, and nothing will get those taste buds flirting quite like Ruka, the rooftop lounge and restaurant on the 24th floor of the towering premises. Chef Raman will cook up a sumptuous feast that couples can enjoy sharing, along with stunning evening views of the city. Amidst candles that will set the mood for the evening, couples can raise a toast to their togetherness with a bottle of sparkling grape or soft beverages. Strengthen your bond over Ruka’s special sharing menu priced at BD38, inclusive of a bottle of sparkling grape, or BD34 inclusive of soft beverages. There’s no better way to unveil your deepest affection in the most romantic atmosphere, way above everyone else. It’ll be an evening to remember forever.
Aashiqui (which translates to romantic love) will be on at Tanatan, the hotel’s Indian restaurant which is known to provide a contemporary fine-dining experience. The concept promises a hot and spicy Valentine’s Day with delicious food, an intimate ambience, melodic live music from a ghazal ensemble and a special set menu. The evening costs BD24, inclusive of sparkling grape, or BD19 with soft beverages. Prices are per couple.
If it’s a laidback brunch experience you are out to savour, treat a loved one to Lemon Tree’s Valentine’s-themed Friday brunch. This food fair is loaded with appealing appetisers, live cooking stations, smoky grills, fresh sushi, a dedicated carvery and, of course, delicious desserts for BD22 per person, including house beverages, or BD16 including soft beverages.
Call 36 897-377 or 33 244-290