According to an article published on BBC.com this Valentine’s Day, “No evidence has been found proving that any one food heightens sexual arousal or desire.” However, the article goes on to talk about red wine:
Wine’s reputation as an aphrodisiac also may come from the fact that it’s part of the Mediterranean diet, defined as consisting primarily of plant-based foods such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes and nuts, fish and olive oil and being relatively low in sugar, cheese and meat. More of a lifestyle than a single food, the Mediterranean diet may have aphrodisiac qualities.
The article goes on to explain:
One study involving 600 women with type two diabetes found that the Mediterranean diet was linked to lower levels of sexual dysfunction, while another study concluded the diet may also be associated with an improvement of erectile dysfunction.
You can read the full article over at http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20190211-do-aphrodisiacs-really-work