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IN THE MOOD FOR ROMANCE

W Goa The seven-course Starlit Dinner at Spice Traders, the pan-Asian restaurant here, will set the mood for your special evening. Whether you are looking to pop the question or just have a romantic meal under the stars, the curated menu made of aphrodisiacs such as oysters, chillies, red wine, maca and cocoa all set the tone for the perfect meal. (marriott.com; doubles from ₹ 16,580)

Andaz Delhi The sweet and spicy raw mango prawn curry served with Kerala-style red rice is the romantic meal ticket at AnnaMaya, the food hall at this fun, quirky property in the capital. Also, stick two straws into one of the fun-flavoured monster shakes here, which come with a variety of toppings such as red velvet, doughnut and cheesecake, and share it with your special someone. (hyatt.com; doubles from ₹ 14,800)

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