6 Delicious Dining Options in Surrey this Valentine’s Day
Love is in the air.. or is that just the smell of food?
It’s February and love is in the air…or is that just the smell of delicious food? When it comes to Valentine’s Day, there are so many places for food options to choose from that it’s hard to decide, so here are just a few that you should check out right here in Surrey.
Old Surrey Restaurant
If you’re looking for a classic way to spend Valentine’s Day with that special someone look no further than recently named one of Canada’s 100 most Romantic Restaurants, the Old Surrey Restaurant. The restaurant was founded in 1975 by Spain native Valentine Aguirre, who brings you classic French dishes made with local ingredients including lamb and veal from the family farm in Chilliwack. This year for Valentine’s Day, dinner is $85 per person, which includes an appetizer, first course, second course and dessert. You will experience classic French dining at its finest and will have many menu options to choose from including Abbotsford Chicken Oscar, breast of chicken stuffed with cream cheese & spinach topped with Dungeness crab and rich béarnaise or Prawns Amoureuse, jumbo prawn’s sautéed with Sambuca and cream, served in a baked puff pastry shell as your main course. To make reservations and see the Valentine’s Day menu visit:
Date and Time: Wed, Feb 14 2018 @ 5pm- 9pm | Location: 13483 72 Ave, Surrey
Central City Brewing
If you want a little twist to your Valentine’s Day, check out Central City Brewing’s Pro or Anti Valentine Party. The restaurant will be divided into a Pro and Anti Valentine’s Day section. There will be dinner for 2 specials (pro section) and dinner for one specials (anti-section). Pairing craft beer with the best food in town is what Central City Brewers & Distillers does best. Since they first opened in 2003, countless awards have been won for their great tasting beer so you can’t forget the drinks. The featured cocktails of the night are the Rusty Nail and Sour Kiss, plus all wine bottles will be 25% off. Can’t go wrong with this night filled with fun and romance. For tickets visit:
Date and Time: Wed, Feb 14 2018 @ 5:00pm – 11:00pm | Location: 13450 102 Avenue, Surrey
If you’re looking for authentic Mexican cuisine, you have to check out Taqueria Jalisco. This hole in the wall treasure within Surrey serves up some fresh Mexican dishes such Tamales, Carnitas Tacos and Torta Ahogada. Don’t forget tacos, cause you can never go wrong with a delicious homemade taco. If you’re unable to dine at the Grosvenor location, you’re in luck because there’s another location on Industrial Road. For the menu visit:
Location: 13646 Grosvenor Road, Surrey
New Amsterdam Bakery
Looking to treat your sweets to a sweet treat? Check out New Amsterdam Bakery, locally famous for their pies and eclairs. With a wide range of goodies from Truffle Mouse cake to Triple Berry squares, you’re sure to find something that you will want to come back for seconds. If you’re interested in getting more of a cake for that special someone, then this is place to come. Custom cakes at great prices and you get to choose from a wide range of filling options and icing options. For a list of all of all their goodies visit:
Location: 12892 96 Avenue, Surrey
Brown’s Social House
You can never go wrong with Brown’s Social House. Since 2004, they have had “a no limits approach to their food and design styles.” They have several food options including a delicious of steak and sushi. Their bellinis have the added touch of a fuzzy peach on the rim, yummy. To make reservations or see their menu visit:
Location: #A1 9666 King George Blvd, Surrey
If you’re looking for affordable Chinese cuisine, check out Saison located at Surrey Central right beside T&T Market. Opened in February of last year, they have a wide range of food options including Spicy Pot series, Pineapple Fried Rice to Calpis, even vegetarian dishes. For full menu check out their website:
Location: 10153 King George Boulevard, Suite 3000, Surrey
What are your favourite places to dine in Surrey?