LONDON, February 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- As the saying goes, food is the way to a man's (and indeed, a woman's) heart and restaurant review site Square Meal offers a helping hand to those frantically looking for the perfect place to take their loved one this Valentine's Day. Thanks to the 'mush' involved with Valentine's Day, many feel that the concept has become somewhat overrated. February 14 th is one of the most anticipated days in the year for many women and men and thus, it is important to take time to choose a restaurant carefully. Forget the flowers and chocolate and instead, take the other half for a meal they will remember. Those Michelin star restaurants may be assumed to be the ideal place to spend Valentine's evening but any fool can Google a postcode. Restaurant review site http://www.squaremeal.co.uk offers assistance to those looking to impress with their 'Tree of Love' graphical decision tree, endeavouring to propose a restaurant for almost every scenario imaginable - taking budget and date status into consideration. The Square Meal decision tree can be viewed at http://www.squaremeal.co.uk/valentines. Looking to impress? Then there a number of uber-classy restaurant selections that will earn even the most hopeless of romantics serious brownie points. Happily single? There are restaurant selections available to visit with friends and avoid the lovey-dovey couples. There are even more discreet restaurant selections for those looking to take a secret lover out for the evening - and keep it a secret! Love doesn't need to be buoyed up by the pressures of choosing a restaurant and getting it right. Let Square Meal do the hard work and take the time to chill out, chat and enjoy your other half's company. Note to editors: The restaurant finder graphic is free to re-publish. The embed code is provided below: <a href=" http://www.squaremeal.co.uk/valentines" target="_blank"><img src=" http://c.squaremeal.co.uk/include/images/vday-info-v2.png" border="0" width="1020" /></a> Square Meal 2013, the 24th edition of Square Meal's annual restaurant and bar guide, was published in January 2013. It has an ABC-audited circulation of 102,000 and is distributed on a pre-requested basis to business executives with offices in the City and central London. It features more than 2,000 independent restaurant reviews. Copies are available upon request. Square Meal's magazines, Square Meal Lifestyle and Venues & Events, are published each year in spring, summer and autumn. Copies are available upon request.