You can now buy a Valentine's fish and chip bouquet to share with your loved one
Valentine’s Day was worth 1 Billion to the UK economy last year, making the romantic holiday a key opportunity to lure loved up shoppers into trying new products and splashing their cash. Typical gifts on the day vary from lingerie to chocolate and perfume to flowers but forget buying your lover a bouquet of roses or carnations as an award-winning restaurant in Cheltenham will be serving up a bespoke fish and chips bouquet to happy couples this year. Simpsons, on Priors Road, launched the special meal last year and the British themed Valentine’s Day treat will r
eturn again this February thanks to popular demand from loved up customers. Yummy! Read MoreRelated ArticlesMo
bring back 15 Valentines Day meal deal - and it includes steak and wine Read MoreRelated ArticlesMS is bringing back its 20 Valentines Day meal deal Served exclusively on Friday 14 February, the bouquet is made of a dozen potato roses and fish goujons in the place of petals. The meal is served in a newspaper and everything is hand-tied together to form the shape of a traditional flower bouquet. The culinary piece of art is the work of Bonny Ritche, Simpson’s founder a
nd development chef. Bonny says: “Everyone knows the real way to a person’s heart is through their stomach, so we’re bringing back our twist on t
he traditional bouquet of a dozen red roses with our entirely edible offering. What better way to reel in your Valentine than with this tasty treat?” Read MoreGet ready for Valentines DayWhat to wear for Valentines DayValentines Day poems for him and herNatural aphrodisiacs to boost sex driveWhat to do if youre singleBest lingerie to treat yourself toLast minute Valentines giftsValentines Day menu ideasBest dine in for two Valentines dinner Priced at 15, the fish and chip flowers are a bargain and a cheaper romantic gesture than a bunch of roses which can cost up to 40. With this fun fo
od alternative, your Valentine’s Day gift and your me
al are sorted for one price. Much like Simpsons who are offering this fish and chip bouquet as a Valentine’s Day exclusive, big supermarkets like Asda will also join in on the affair. Asda have launched a limited edition pink gin liqueur which is flavoured with cherry blossom and has been designed with romance and the aromas of Japan in mind.