Most Romantic Restaurants Around The World

Are you about to take your honeymoon or just taking a romantic getaway with your partner? You’ll want to add one of these restaurants to your itinerary.

Kanoun Restaurant, Morocco

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Morocco is brimming with vibrant colors and eclectic cuisine. The Kanoun Resturant, at the Kashbash Tamadot resort, takes both of those concepts and adds in the most breathtaking views of the Atlas Mountains. The restaurant offers traditional Moroccan wines and flavors.

The Little Door, Los Angeles

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Among the hustle and bustle of West Hollywood is the quaint Mediterranean restaurant, the Little Door. The rustic decor envelopes outdoor seating in an utterly romantic courtyard. The indoor is also just as intimate with candlelit tables amongst intimate furniture. The menu boasts seasonal and fresh ingredients.

Turtle Island, Fiji

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The Turtle Island Resort, in Fiji, offers a dining option unlike any other – the ultimate seclusion on a floating pontoon. The dinner is served via boat to your pontoon on the Blue Lagoon. The table is lit by lanterns and the twinkling night sky.

Ristorante Aroma, Rome

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When in Rome, dine at the Ristorante Aroma. This restaurant serves authentic Italian food right next to the iconic staples of Rome, the Colosseum and Emperor Nero’s Gardens. The indoor seating is lined with floor to ceiling windows so you can enjoy this dining experience year round.

Clos Maggiore, London

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Clos Maggiore has been voted London’s most romantic restaurant many times over. The dining area features a display of cherry blossoms with a low-lit atmosphere. The chef uses the freshest ingredients to create Provençal inspired dishes.

Tour d’Argent, Paris

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Founded in 1582, the Tour d’Argent is one of the most popular restaurants in France. The classic French cuisine selections and wine menu containing more than 450,000 bottles are the perfect supplement to the views of the Notre Dame Cathedral and Seine River. Fun Fact: The Tour D’Argent was the inspiration for the Pixar film Ratatouille.

One If By Land, Two If By Sea, New York City

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One If By Land, Two If By Sea is a transformed 18th-century carriage house that boasts candlelit tables, brick fireplaces, and a private garden. The restaurant has become a hot spot for weddings, anniversaries, and it has been reported more people have announced their engagement there than any other restaurant in NYC.