Score some brownie points with your date when you introduce these dining options.
Foo Foo Fine Desserts
Two culinary sex symbols – chocolate and cherries – flirt deliciously in the chocolate mascarpone sour cherry trifle, making the bittersweet bite a fitting prelude to more ‘desserts’ – the kind served in the bedroom.
The titillating texture of freshly shucked David Hervé oysters is best served with the rooftop view of Bangkok’s twinkling skyline.
Royal Thai flavours conjured from environmentally-sourced ingredients in this Michelin-starred restaurant turns up the heat with aphrodisiac ingredients like aubergines, galangal and the pulse-quickening essential: chilli.
Uni (sea urchin), with its luxurious buttery texture, is a famous Japanese aphrodisiac. Savour it with other sexy delicacies like caviar, wagyu steak and foie gras in for a potent lift.
From fig pistachio to truffle eggs, symbols of virility look almost too good to eat in Jaan.
Rice can be racy – it has long been associated with fertility and love. Load up on the carbs with some blood-pumping spicy dishes for the vigorous ‘after-party’ under the sheets.
As we have established, shape matters in aphrodisiac food. By that logic, it’s hard to go wrong with sausages, especially traditionally handmade and slow-smoked sausages in this lauded gastropub.
Cuisine: French Mediterranean
An elegant and peaceful oasis in the middle of fast-paced Manila, Lemuria serves dainty dishes infused with arousing flavours of saffron and truffle.
Barbara’s Heritage Restaurant
If fine dining is too stuffy, let loose with a hearty Pinoy buffet dinner and, if you’re lucky, a cultural show! The old Spanish-era ambience in the historic district is sure to elicit some romantic tingles too.