Inox Dine to Intoxicate Lovers with Valentine's Menu

Find out about the science of love this Valentine's Day with Inox Dine's intriguing menu.

 

Sheffield’s Inox Dine restaurant is putting science to the test with its upcoming Valentine's weekend menu. With melted chocolate proven to have a more sensual effect than kissing, head chef Joe Berry has opted to put an orange chocolate delice as the main dessert.

 

He commented: “Armed with the research, I’ve gone all out to create a dessert that will set the stage for romance”. He then credited previous research done on chocolate by Sussex University’s Dr Lewis in 2007. He continued: “Bearing in mind that research boffins revealed the texture of melted chocolate on the tongue to be better than a kiss, diners will enjoy a rich chocolate delice which incorporates the flavour of orange. Layers of delicious chocolate in the delice are designed to set pulses racing and hopefully romance will blossom as a result”.

 

Elsewhere on the menu, canapés, miso broth, sushi and gyoza will play their part alongside a starter of gin cured salmon or old Winchester custard. For the main course a choice of fillet of Yorkshire beef or mille feuille of pumpkin and beetroot is on offer.

 

The food will be accompanied by a relaxing stylish setting, complemented by the romantic tones of a pianist in the background. The special Valentines menu is available on February 13 and 14 from £36 per head.

 

Head here to view the full menu and book your table.

 

For more what's on Valentines Day Sheffield, including places to go and gift ideas, head here.




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