Valentine’s Day 2015

Saturday 14 FebruaryWith Valentine’s Day falling on Saturday this year, there’s even more reason to make it a special occasion for your Valentine! Kopapa is perfectly placed in the heart of the West End to make it a total event. You can enjoy the wonderful boutique shopping in Seven Dials before dinner – and afterwards, some great bars where you can continue to celebrate as late as you like.Our special Valentine’s Day menu includes a glass of Cloudy Bay, Pelorus sparkling wine, 4 courses of stunning food – and is available from 5.00pm (if you’d also like to take in a show). 
View our Valentines Day menu
 Friday 6 February 2015Waitangi Day is New Zealand’s national day and this year takes place on Friday the 6th February. It celebrates the birth of a very dynamic little nation – when the British Crown signed a treaty with the Maori chiefs back in 1840 in the town of Waitangi. To mark the day, we’ve created a special dinner menu allowing you to enjoy both classic and original New Zealand fare: Paua fritters, Wagyu beef, and venison pie are just some of the stars.  Desserts include tamarillo clafoutis and a Jaffa ice cream chocolate bomb. 
We’ll also have a great selection of NZ beers and wines on the day, with NZ wine flights available to allow you to enjoy a variety of different styles. There’ll also be a play list giving us some classy kiwi beats…If you can’t join us for dinner, pop in for a fantastic Kopapa coffee during the day. We’ve teamed up with Crosstown Doughnuts who are creating special Waitangi Day flavours. In collaboration with London-based NZ Preserve Company, Newton & Pott, there’ll be doughnuts featuring tamarillo jam, feijoa & strawberry – plus chocolate & raspberry lamington rings – and for one day only, a pineapple lump flavoured doughnut! You’ll be able to buy a Waitangi Day Dozen Doughnuts from Crosstown at its Piccadilly Circus store, Dorothy the doughnut truck on Leather Lane, and also at The Providores.View the Waitangi Day menu 25th Jan, 2015 25th Jan, 2015

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