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What's OnDine in style this Valentine’s Day at Hotel Indigo, 1 Leicester Square

Celebrate your special occasion at the only panoramic rooftop restaurant and bar in Leicester Square!
  • Dates 14/02/2019 - 14/02/2019
  • Location 1 Leicester Square, WC2H 7NA
  • Price ££
A dreamy date-night for Valentine's DayDine with a delectable three-course menu specially for this Valentine’s Day at Hotel Indigo, 1 Leicester Square.Experience a sweeping panoramic London landscape view from the only rooftop bar in Leicester Square. Overlooking the bustling streets below, Hotel Indigo is the ideal date night location.Mirroring the 1920s glamour of its theatrical surroundings, the hidden treasure draws guests in to an art deco, glass-and-marble haven. The rooftop bar is not just for hotel guests. Anyone can visit. Simply turn up on the day and take the lift to the ninth floor.If you're more of the type to plan ahead, you can book your table online here. Or, using the details below:T: +44 020 3953 4200E: info@in1lslondon.comA romantic menu for your special eveningSip on a special Valentine’s cocktail followed by a scrumptious three-course menu to ignite your taste buds.The mixologists have been very busy this winter and are ready to serve up their cocktail creations, including Kiss of Passion, a Flirtini or a Pucker Up. If you prefer a classic concoction, Hotel Indigo have these too!It’s not only the bartenders who’ve been busy. The chef’s have too.To start, sample a sharing platter while enjoying the panoramic view. Then, move on to romantic roasted specials, served with all the trimmings. Finally, end your evening on a dessert of dreams to cleanse your palette.View more online here.

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