Love is in the Air at InterContinental Hong Kong
Coming up with something special on the most romantic day of the year is no easy task. And planning a special night out in romantic surroundings can be difficult. So as we count down to Valentine’s Day, you’ll be relieved to know that help is at hand. InterContinental Hong Kong can provide an electrifying venue to ignite romance in every couple. Everything’s laid out on a plate—literally.
On Sunday, February 14, the hotel’s restaurants are featuring special Valentine’s menus which highlight superb cuisine, attentive yet discreet service and dramatic views over Victoria Harbour. Together they make the perfect combination on this special day. Choose from an enticing selection of romantic set dinners for two:
SPOON by Alain Ducasse features contemporary French cuisine. For the occasion Executive Chef Stéphane Gortina is creating a six-course dinner for $5,888 for two. The special menu starts with marinated sea bream and golden caviar, moving on to steamed duck foie gras with pumpkin-chestnut and blue lobster with Monalisa potato gnocchi. Roasted veal fillet with artichoke and black truffle precedes a tempting chocolate-raspberry dessert.
NOBU InterContinental Hong Kong offers a traditional Japanese omakase option, featuring Executive Chef Sean Mell’s special eight-course Valentine’s menu at $3,988 for two.
For something a little different, THE STEAK HOUSE winebar + grill presents a hearty four-course dinner at $4,788 for two with “For Her” and “For Him” dishes. The special menu by Chef Chan Chui-ming starts with the appropriately named “Lovers’ Salad Bar.”
With a spectacular panoramic harbor backdrop, the Lobby Lounge offers a romantic option for a Valentine’s Day dinner. You can enjoy the delights of a three-course menu for just $2,280 for two.
If you’re after a fine Cantonese experience, the Michelin two-starred Yan Toh Heen will be open for both lunch and dinner on Valentine’s Day. In the evening, the exquisite Cantonese restaurant offers an eight-course set menu, presented by Executive Chef Lau Yiu-fai, at $3,288 for two.
Those looking for an alternative to an intimate Valentine’s Dinner may prefer to visit Harbourside, where loved ones and friends can help themselves to the elaborate Seafood & Sushi Buffet Dinner, with live food stations. The price is just $1,238 per adult.
But before the most romantic day of the year, we mark the arrival of the Year of the Monkey. InterContinental Hong Kong’s restaurants offer dining options at their best, along with a waterfront location affording the ultimate front-row views of the spectacular Chinese New Year fireworks display over Victoria Harbour. For a night to remember on
February 9, book now.