Win a Romantic Meal for Two at Formans Restaurant in London

During the lead up to Christmas and the festive season itself, there is always so much to do, leaving us feeling tired, stressed and probably fairly overwhelmed. So, wouldn’t it be nice to win and look forward to a lovely romantic meal for two at the stunning Formans Restaurant in London, close to the Olympic Stadium?

Formans Restaurant London

On Wednesday, I mentioned an exciting Christmas giveaway that I’d be running together with Forman & Field, who sent me a wonderfully romantic hamper for two to try. The giveaway itself launches here today and I’m finishing off the chicken liver and brandy parfait with some fresh bread for lunch as I type!

You could win a romantic meal for two at the Formans Restaurant in London, established in 1905 and very highly regarded within in the industry. The restaurant serves British food, award-winning English wines and Forman & Sons’ famous London Cure Smoked Salmon all from within modern surroundings with a riverside view.

Your romantic meal for two will include two starters, two main courses, two puddings, two coffees and a bottle of wine, too. One of your choices might include a Lake District Fillet of Beef, served with truffled Dauphinoise and a roasted root vegetable puree, or perhaps a selection of British cheeses.

There’s no maximum spend, but you must have your meal by the end of March 2014 and you must be able to arrange your own travel to London.

Wishing you all the best of luck with this one, it’s a lovely prize which I’m sure will make one couple very happy!

The giveaway closes on Monday 23rd December 2013.

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Linked post – Review: Forman & Field Hamper for Two

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109 Comments

  1. Luke Bowes says:

    Steak and chunky chips!

  2. Fillet of beef sounds wonderful….

  3. Anything fish based!!….Sea food pasta for example….

  4. Amy Beckett says:

    Starter – Garlic and Chilli Prawns
    Main – Parmesan Breaded Pork Steaks with macaroni cheese and green beans with bacon and onions – Bit fo chutney on the side
    Afters – Chocolate Fudge Sundae

  5. Warm Smoked Eel Fillets to start – not sure how romantic that might be though

  6. dylan leigh says:

    scallops starter / fillet steak main

  7. juliette morrison says:

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    1. juliette morrison says:

      Asparagus and broad bean risotto – with champagne

  8. Stewart Biddle says:

    a nice big bit of steak each 🙂

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  10. Romana Richards says:

    Anything with scallops, samphire and tiny new potatoes

  11. Romana Richards says:

    Anything with scallops and pice.

  12. We like beef wellington on a cruise

  13. Kel E Hirst says:

    As a meat lover, it has to be steak!

  14. A gorgeous chocolaty dessert to share!

  15. Something light and fragrant like Thai food, followed by chocolate mousse, or chocolate roulade, or chocolate fondue. In fact, anything containing large amounts of chocolate!
    x

  16. Ellen Griffin says:

    A giant steak in garlic butter… nothing says romance more to me then steak and garlic. I might be just odd though!

  17. Mandy Edkins says:

    Duck with passion fruit sauce

  18. Sheri Darby says:

    Moussaka with red wine

  19. Jodie Smith says:

    Turbot and a light fluffy mashed potato.

  20. Salmon and champagne

  21. Clare Wilson says:

    Paella – I’m delighted if anyone takes the time to make it properly, from scratch, for me!

  22. Joanna Sawka says:

    Filet Mignon with Mushroom-Wine Sauce – quick and easy to prepare

  23. Deborah Bailey says:

    Chocolate Profiteroles to share of course

  24. Sarah Parker says:

    I love steak 🙂

  25. Deborah Nicholas says:

    Tapenyaki – nothing like seeing what you are going to eat being cooked in front of you to warm the heart.

  26. Jennifer Rhymer says:

    A huge steak to share followed by strawberries & melted chocolate & champagne

  27. angela sandhu says:

    steak and chips!

  28. I love a good seafood ravioli 🙂 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

  29. Marc Jackson says:

    Always lobster!

  30. Naomi Buchan says:

    It may not sound romantic but my fiances favourite thing for me to cook is beef stew and dumplings so thats what i make if we are having a romantic night in (and to be fair to me it does take 4 hours of cooking so it is an effort)

  31. katherine b says:

    Mozzarella bruschetta with shaved fennel and courgette for starter and then Provencal beef daube for main – easy and delicious x

  32. Lake District Fillet of Beef, served with truffled Dauphinoise and a roasted root vegetable puree,

    this one sound yummy

  33. I like something that compliments a nice glass of wine, like a chicken risotto – mmm!

  34. Keith Stepney says:

    Peppercorn steak with Chips

  35. ben holding says:

    Mcdonalds, romance is overrated..

  36. Sophia Kearney says:

    champagne and scallops with bacon followed by steak with all the trimmings and a sharer pudding – chocolate based! 🙂

  37. Moules frite, with plenty of champagne. Classic French bistro food is definitely the recipe for romance!

  38. Natalia S says:

    champagne and oysters

  39. Chris Fliss says:

    Crab and smoked salmon with a mixed salad and confit lemon served with brown bread butter 🙂

  40. Melanie Edjourian says:

    Peppercorn steak with roast potatoes yum!

  41. Graeme Macmillan says:

    A surf and turf of oysters and steak with trimmings

  42. Amy Ripley says:

    Steak and chips! mm!

  43. Smoked salmon to start with – I just love the texture !

  44. faye huntington says:

    chicken in white wine sauce x

  45. Susan Seaman says:

    smoked salmon parcels filled with soft chees
    steak in diane sauce with choc pudding and cream for dessert

  46. Valerie B says:

    Nothing too messy, so my favourites of lobster and tagliatelli with smoked salmon would be out. Think I’d go for smoked salmon starter, salmon en croute main course and ice-cream for dessert.

  47. Kathryn Casbolt says:

    Easy to eat food so the conversation would flow!

    Seafood starter, fillet steak and a fruity dessert would be perfect – all washed down with some lovely bubbles 🙂

  48. Beef Carpaccio followed by Halibut or salmon with pea puree. Flavoursome but not heavy 🙂

  49. Neil Lumbers says:

    would love to take Tracey for a meal of this quailty 🙂
    after me she deserves the best!

    1. Neil Lumbers says:

      oh and the question venison with saffron mashed potato

  50. Ben Audsley says:

    Scallops with cauliflower puree and crispy bacon!

  51. A little boring but it’d be a really good quality aged beef rib steak or beef rib roast, with roast potatoes and a pile of delicious vegetables and either a fantastic rich gravy or a thick Bearnaise sauce…

  52. dorothy cavender says:

    Cottage Pie with veg.

  53. dave johnston says:

    Steak and Champers

  54. Helena Hewett says:

    scallops with a little bacon….yummmy

  55. Emily Shepperson says:

    Anything containing chocolate!

  56. Michael Clyma,a says:

    It has to be a dozen oysters, a bottle of champagne, followed by strawberries with melted chocolate 🙂

  57. Louise Hart says:

    I love tapas style dishes that you can share together

  58. Sonia Vegas says:

    Sexy Rice:
    I once cooked some left overs for a fried rice dish that my Husband was hesitant to try. Only when I named it ‘Sexy Rice’ did he decide to make it a regular romantic meal.

  59. Kay Adams says:

    Steak & Chips and a large glass of wine!

  60. Rosalind Sargent says:

    Me and my Husband celebrated our 25th wedding anniversary on an elite Thames Dinner cruise in October and the food was very posh we have never had it before and I cant remember What it was we had but it involved pork for the main course, we had a 5 course menu and it was all delicious 🙂 we are definitely going to dine posh more often

  61. Surf and turf every time. A full bodied juicy steak adorned with delicate prawns or lobster.

  62. Tracey Belcher says:

    Venison and WIne 🙂

  63. Monika Pietruch says:

    Parmigiana pasta with caprese salad as a side and some good wine

  64. christine shelley says:

    I’m very traditional and still like prawn coctail and steak. oh will have the ribeye

  65. Phil Darling says:

    Scallops with bacon and pea puree

  66. Kelly Koya says:

    Venison steak and chips!

  67. Stephanie Tsang says:

    Scallops or oysters

  68. Chocolate and raspberry pots

  69. claire nutman says:

    salmon in chilli and ginger sauce

  70. Fragrant & beautifully cooked mussels washed down with a delicious vino followed by a decadently indulgent Tiramisu!

  71. I love good meat cook simply so probably lamb chops on the bbq.

  72. Cheryl Kean says:

    My husband cooks me lamb chops with creamy mash and minted peas!! yummy

  73. emma falvi says:

    something really simple like shepards pie with a chocolate cheesecake

  74. goats cheese tarts to start, lamb shank with dauphonoise potato and sticky toffee pudding for dessert!!

  75. Angie Hoggett says:

    I love risotto, so Wild mushroom risotto for me and if I can get hold of any black truffle that would be gorgeous grated on top!

  76. Oooh, the Seared Scottish Salmon with Smashed Peas & Button Onions from Formans menu sounds VERY nice. I’m sure we could inject some romance into it too :o)

  77. Wow, thanks for the giveaway!

    The first meal I cooked for my now husband was a Pistachio Crusted Lamb Rack, so now that’s what I cook everytime we have a romantic dinner at home, it just brings back all those memories from when we were dating <3 🙂

  78. Love any main course that is based around scallops 😛 salivational!

    1. The fillet of beef sounds wonderful ! Know the Lake District well – climbed many mountains there!

  79. katrina day-reilly says:

    steak and chips

  80. LINDSEY CLARK says:

    Oysters with Lemon juice and a splash of Tabasco for the Starter. Duck breasts in Pomegranate sauce for the Main. Strawberries in Chocolate with Cream for Dessert.

  81. Russell Turner says:

    It is indeed a stunning venue and would love to return as when I went the Olympic Stadium was still a building site. Lance Forman is an extremely convivial host and even gave us a guided tour of the pink building in a vibrant artisan quarter of a resurgent East London.

  82. We tend to do some nice steaks and home made chips and a Nigel Slater scallop recipe with a small salad to start. However, we love mussels too but rarely have them, so they are such a treat.

  83. It’s quite old school, but steak diane to share. That’s always timelessly romantic.

  84. It would be lovely to have an excuse to come back to London! 🙂

  85. For me it’s a chateaubriand to share every time! I just wish the strawberries I love for dessert didn’t give me a rash!

  86. Lobster bisque, beef wellington, a trio of chocolate desserts, champagne and petit fours!

  87. Frank Field says:

    A nice breast of duck with a great salad

  88. Jennie moore says:

    Chateaubriand and champagne!

  89. Ann Cleary says:

    My ideal meal would consist of salmon ceviche to start, followed by a fabulous steak and salad and to finish a little cheese.

  90. A big bowl of mussels with bread and wine…yum!

  91. Melissa Wash says:

    Scallops is my favourite starter followed by a beautiful meduim cooked steak with peppercorn sauce! And a lovely bottle of red wine to wash it down.

  92. Katherine L says:

    For a romantic meal, I love to indulge in something rich like a half a grilled lobster with a ribeye steak 🙂

  93. A light cheese souffle and a bit of salad – tasty and rich but not heavy – last thing you want is to feel like you have to go home and unbutton your trousers to release the pressure 😉

  94. For him, a great steak and chips and for me, anything seafoody. I know it’s not your typical romantic meal but we both love our food and having what we love most gets us in the best mood!

  95. I’ve got two; it’s got to be scallops with a jerusalem artichoke puree and pancetta to start and a chocolate fondant to finish!
    Thanks for an amazing giveaway!

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