Romantic couples will have a serious case of ‘menu envy’ this February 14, at Trishna in London, as the contemporary Indian restaurant marks the big day with a quirky twist: ‘His’ and ‘Hers’ menus.

Trishna’s chef Ravi Deulkar has created not one but two dazzling menus for the big day, featuring some of the restaurant’s signature dishes as well as some exciting new creations for the evening. The menus cost an extremely reasonable £42 per person.

Trishna’s Valentine’s menu ‘for him’

Tomato and Seafood Rasam served with a Ffennel and Lentil Tikki

Aylesbury Duck Salad, whole Masoor Lentils, sautéed Wild Mushrooms

Cornish Brown Crab cooked with Green Chillies and Butter, Lacha Paratha

Best end of Masala Lamb Chops, Keema and Quail Egg Pilau, sautéed Spinach and fresh Mint

Masala Tea Semifreddo, Cinnamon Sugar Doughnuts

Trishna’s Valentine’s menu ‘for her’

Tomato and Seafood Rasam served with a Fennel and Lentil Tikki

Chargrilled Cornish Squid and Dver caught Scallop Salad with South Indian White Beans and Smoked Aubergine Mash

Native Lobster, charcoal-grilled with Black Pepper and Dill, Fennel Raita

Goan wild Prawn Curry, Lime Rice, stir-fried French Beans with Fresh Coconut

Warm Chocolate and Walnut Cake, Ginger Ice Cream

Trishna in Marylebone Village is the London outpost of the iconic seafood restaurant of the same name in Mumbai, a legendary destination restaurant favoured by Bollywood stars, India’s national cricket team and international A-listers such as Liz Hurley and her husband Arun Nayar. The London restaurant opened in November to considerable acclaim, with reviewers raving about the kitchen’s exciting take on the coastal cuisine of south west India and the fine quality of the seafood. Trishna has a chic, contemporary interior featuring smoked oak flooring, tumbled marble and sandblasted brickwork.