Valentine’s Day Dining Guide 2019

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Looking for somewhere special to take your other half for Valentine’s Day this year? Here are some of our hot picks for a night your won’t forget! #valentinesday2019 #hkig


The Valentine’s Day set menu at MEATS will feature three starters, two mains, a side and dessert. Start with Galician Octopus with bagna cauda and smoked paprika and Beef Tataki served on a bed of creamy avocado puree with a side of crunchy salad and coriander lime soy sauce dressing. Choose from two mains: the succulent Duck Breast served with a sweet potato puree and fig compote or the Beef fillet topped with a red wine sauce. For dessert, indulge in Rose and White Chocolate Parfait served with sweet strawberry sorbet.

Menu price: HK$380 per person


TATE Dining Room & Bar

TATE presents a unique culinary interpretation of LOVE by Chef Vicky Lau. Sure to bring out the romantic in all of us, each course of the French x Chinese menu is an ode to an exquisite seasonal creation. Coupling premium Chinese ingredients with intricate French cooking and plating techniques, TATE Dining Room offers guests an unforgettable gastronomic experience with a feminine touch this Valentine’s Day. Chef Vicky has designed a nine part menu priced at HK$1,980 per guest with the option of wine pairing at an additional HK$530 for three glasses, and HK$880 for six glasses.


For a lively and vibrant night out, whisk your loved one to Chaiwala. The Valentine’s Day menu features a number of favourites such as Chaiwala’s signature Pani Puri served with a refreshing jal-jeera sauce and Aloo Tikka Chaat, spiced potato patties served with chutney and honey yoghurt. Brought to the table straight from the hearth of the tandoors is the Tandoori Plate featuring chicken, lamb and prawns. Served with sides such as naan and rice is the Old Delhi Butter Chicken curry, bound keep anyone happy on this romantic evening. To finish the evening on a high, the Panna Cotta is served heart shaped. The Lover’s cocktail is available throughout the night and is a twist on a Gin and Tonic featuring Chambord and lime juice with an egg white topping.

Menu price: HK$520 per person

Cocktail price: HK$120


For an intimate Valentine’s day, look to Carpaccio for some heart-shaped pizzas (HK$188) at lunch and dinner. The dinner option includes a mini à la carte and four-course menu with choice of pasta or surf and turf mains for HK$468 and HK$588. The four-course menu starts with an antipasto of sustainable Norwegian salmon terrine, bouquet of mâche salad, and light avocado and lime cream. To follow is a bisque of lobster and X.O sauce followed by the main of Artisanal heart-shaped tomato ravioli “alla caprese” filled with buffalo mozzarella and tomato and light basil sauce or Lovers surf and turf – a duo of U.S. Angus beef striploin tagliata and King prawns served with two sauces of Merlot reduction and lobster emulsion. The Tiramisu’ alle fragole served in jar with layers of mascarpone cream, soft vanilla sponge, fresh strawberries and strawberry purée provides the sweetest finish to your meal. This menu will be served from 14-16 February. A professional caricaturist will also capture comedic mementos of the couples in five-minute sessions over dinner.

Tea WG

Love is in the air at Tea WG! Set amidst an elegant yet stylishly chic setting, indulge in an exquisite tea-infused Valentine’s Day menu that will certainly impress and enlighten your Valentine on this special day.

Madame Ching

Couples can cosy up at Madame Ching this Valentine’s Day. With an eight-course sharing menu featuring a selection of favourites, no one will be going home hungry. Starters include Hamachi Crudo with tare, yukari and red shiso for that perfect umami flavour, Kuruma Prawn Salad topped with shaved fennel and sliced oranges. Mains include the Half Roast Chicken prepared in a Thai Nam Prik sauce with fresh herbs and Amadai fish with simmered eggplant in a black bean sauce. Sides include the chef’s special Long Beans tossed in a housemade XO sauce and Ching’s Fried Rice with roast meat burnt ends. Lovers can end the meal with the Ovaltine Sponge Cake, a twist on the Hong Kong delicacy. To keep the love fresh, Ching’s Love Valentine’s cocktail is a refreshing mix of watermelon juice, vodka, umeshu and rose lemonade.

Menu price: HK$380 per person

Cocktail price: HK$95

Rech by Alain Ducasse

Executive Chef Stéphane Gortina has created a 6-course Valentine’s Day menu priced at HK$2,988 for 2 persons, with wine-pairing for an additional HK$688 per person. The menu begins with a Seafood platter to share featuring Langoustine, pink shrimp, Fine de Claire n°2 and Creuse spéciale n°2 oysters, hard clams and whelks. Next is Blue Lobster Consommé, Kristal Caviar and Samphire. This is followed by Sea Scallops in their shell, with Salsify/Chestnut/Black Truffle, and then Veal Fillet with Baby Carrots, Parsley and Lemon. Next, indulge in ‘Coeur de Saint-Félix-Lauragais’ Goat Cheese. Don’t forget to save room for the special dessert of Chocolate/Passion Fruit, with passion fruit cream and chocolate mousse made with chocolate from Mr. Ducasse’s Manufacture in Paris.


TokyoLima is offering a Valentine’s Day Menu perfect for couples as each dish has been designed to share with that special someone. There are four Small Plates including For Lovers, a maguro tiradito served with refreshing raspberry tiger’s milk, pink gari and shiso dust, and Salmon Maki featuring green sushi rice wrapped around salmon and avocado drizzled with a sweet yuzu dressing. Three Hot Plates include LL Stick of grilled lamb loin with apple puree, mint salad and pickled onion, Tacu Tacu, a traditional Peruvian rice dish and Secreto Pork combining slow cooked Iberian pork with aji panca demi-glace and crispy sweet potato. Then two desserts to finish including The Half Orange which is a moist orange cake featuring creamy vanilla frosting, candied orange and a scoop of rum raisin ice-cream. The Oye Papi XO…! is for chocolate lovers featuring chocolate cookie, chocolate mousse, chocolate sauce, caramelised almonds and coconut sorbet. Concocted by Bar Manager Allison Acuna, For His Names Sake is a special drink for the romantic evening, featuring a lilac cocktail shaken up with butterfly pea flower, rose liqueur and gummy hearts.

Menu price: HK$520 per person

Cocktail price: HK$120


Bibo by Nicholas Chew

This Valentine’s Day, Chef Nicholas harnesses his four signature pillars of simplicity, agility, precision and composure to design a special menu that perfectly marries French flair with Japanese exactitude. Priced at HK1,288 per person, the five course menu spans elegant seasonal creations such as the oyster frit with tomato, brioche and raspberry, celeriac with squid ink and lardo, wagyu mayura and cacao ‘trio’ with Japanese strawberries for a delectable sweet ending.


NOBU InterContinental will celebrate Valentine’s Day with a special 8-course Omakase Valentine’s Day Dinner at HK$3,288 for 2 persons. The menu starts with dishes including Botan Ebi and Taragai Sashimi with Fig Dressing. This is followed by Awabi, Toro, Uni & Kinmedai Sashimi with Beetroot and Truffle Cauliflower Purée. After a Deluxe Sushi Assortment, enjoy Spanish Red Prawn Nitenmori Dumpling with Chili Amazu and Tempura Garlic Cilantro Aioli. Next is Steamed Sea Bass Fillet with Black Bean Sauce, followed by A5 Miyazaki Wagyu with Anticucho Miso and then Akadashi (Red Miso Soup). Finish off your meal with Rose Lychee Mousse with Pear Jelly and Lychee Sorbet.

The Peninsula

This year, the iconic hotel is bringing an extra dash of magic to the occasion with a tempting array of delectable set menus and intriguing promotions that offer the perfect way to celebrate in style with your loved one. For those who want to go all out for their loved one, the Cruise in Love package – an exclusive private charter of The Peninsula Yacht – is the perfect way to celebrate St Valentine’s Day. Setting sail at 6:30 pm for three hours, guests can enjoy a private four-course dinner menu curated by the hotel’s talented chefs along with snacks and free-flow of house wine, soft drinks and juices. There is also the once-in-a-year opportunity to dine at The Pool. Offering spectacular views of Victoria Harbour, the Roman-style swimming pool is one of the city’s most romantic spots and a magical setting for a Valentine’s Day meal. In addition, guests can enjoy seasonal cocktails at a special price on the 7th-floor Sun Terrace with the enchanting backdrop of Hong Kong’s cityscape and views of Victoria Harbour.


Pirata’s special menu includes three appetisers to share including a creamy Burrata Cheese with a mixed tomato salad and a selection of Cold Cuts. Mains include the delightful Heart-shaped Parmesan Ravioli with Truffle topped with fresh shaved truffle and the tender Butcher’s cut with Roasted New Potatoes. To finish, sweet tooths can sink into the restaurant’s signature Tiramisu and Panna Cotta. To make the romantic evening even more special, the team will be serving an exclusive Valentine’s Day cocktail. The Rosa Berry features vodka, rose syrup, grapefruit juice, Chambord and prosecco.

Menu price: HK$520 per person

Cocktail price: HK$95


Écriture by Maxime Gilbert

Located within the cultural destination H Queen’s, Écriture aims to emulate Korean artist Park Seo-Bo’s bold expressionist style from the food to the striking interior design – treating diners to spectacular views of the Hong Kong skyline coupled with exquisite modern French cuisine. This Valentine’s Day, Chef Maxime has prepared an eight course set menu featuring the season’s most luxurious delicacies, including Caviar and Uni Tart, A4 Miyazaki Wagyu Beef, Kinmedai fish, the much prized Otani San Amaou Strawberry and more. The menu is priced at HK$2,888 per guest, and includes a toasting glass each of champagne Perrier Jouet Belle Epoque 2006 Rosé.

Dr. Fern’s Gin Parlour

Join Dr. Fern’s Love Potion Masterclass on 16 February, for just HK$550 per person. Dr. Paul will teach you about the wonders of gin and the world of botanicals, and carefully guide you through the flavours of four unique gins, each of which he has personally handpicked alongside the botanical garden to garnish your own gins which will enhance the flavours of love, lust and passion.

You can even upgrade your appointment and add a Valentine’s Prescription Gin Kit at HK$800 for your loved one. This set includes a bottle of the limited Gibson Edition Copperhead Gin, Fever-Tree Tonic, botanicals and tools including a special note from Dr. Fern unveiling how to make the perfect G&T (worth $880).

The Langham

Treat you and your partner to a five-star romantic getaway at The Langham. The hotel has tailored a special Valentine’s Day package for Valentine’s Day. Book the Valentine’s Day Room Package from 7 to 14 February directly through the hotel website to enjoy the following benefits; luxurious accommodation with a bottle of sparkling wine and a scented candle, romantic set dinner for two at Bostonian Seafood & Grill, daily breakfast for two in room, earning of mileage points through the frequent flyer programme partnership and much more.

Blue • Butcher and Meat SpecialistThis Valentine’s Day, Blue – Butcher & Meat Specialist and The Balvenie are bringing you an innovative sensory experience inspired by the art of whisky-making. Surprise your date by treating them to an indulgent tasting dinner featuring Balvenie-infused ingredients and specially curated pairings, parsed in four courses highlighting 35 Day Balvenie-Aged Grass Fed Australian Sirloin and other courses that come together to tell an edible story about how single malt is made.Price: HK$520


Te Quiero Mucho Te Quiero Mucho plays matchmaker this Valentine’s Day with Cupido Rapido, a fun-filled speed dating event for up to forty singles from 7-10pm. The restaurant and bar’s name translates into ‘I love you very much’, making it the perfect venue to find a mate this February 14th. For just HK$288, the evening kicks off with a casual mixer from 7pm, before speed-daters sit down to meet their potential suitors. Every single will spend two minutes getting to know each Cupido Rapido member. Free-flow wine, beer, cava, margaritas, tacos, chips and salsa promise to keep participants fuelled as they search for love, with rounds of tequila shots punctuating the evening and providing an added dose of Dutch (or Mexican) courage.


Ophelia will be hosting their 3rd annual Anti-Valentine’s Day Party with the theme of “True Romance”. Known for his unpredictable, violent, but legendary films such as Kill Bill, True Romance, Death Proof and many more, Ophelia will be returning for another immersive celebration of the existence of freedom and singletons in tribute to all things Tarantino. Doors open at 18:00, performers roaming from 21:00 through the night.

Dresscode: Smart Attire Required

Table bookings: +852 2520 1117 | RSVP for complimentary admission

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