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The Final Valentine’s Day Eating Spherical-up

The Final Valentine’s Day Eating Spherical-up

They say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. If you’re still stuck looking for dining options to bring your date on Valentine’s Day, here are just a few of the best deals to get you going.

French finesse at Amber

Amber Valentine's Day menu

Chef Richard Ekkebus of two-Michelin-starred and green-starred French fine dining restaurant Amber has designed a beautiful menu of seasonal highlights to wow you and your loved ones this Valentine’s Day. Expect foie gras, ginseng, yellow wine and Nashi pear on the menu, and wrap up with a sweet treat from Executive Pastry Chef Carles Codina. All menus come with a complimentary glass of Dom Perignon 2013 to elevate the experience. The six-course Full Amber Lunch Experience (seating between 12:00noon and 1:30pm) is priced at HKD2,988+ per person; while the eight-course Amber Dinner Experience (seating between 6pm and 9:15pm) is priced at HKD4,488+ per person.

Amber, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central. Reservations here.


Majestic views at Nobu Hong Kong

Valentine's Day menu at Nobu

Few places in Hong Kong can offer the same setting as Nobu at the Regen Hotel, which offers sweeping floor to ceiling views of the iconic Victoria Harbour. Drink in the view and dig into a seven-course Omakase dinner menu that includes exquisite dishes including black code, roasted lobster with uni sauce, grilled Wagyu Striploin with Wasabi Salsa, and a special Love Shadow Cheesecake.

Nobu’s Valentine’s Day dinner Menu is priced at $3,288 for two persons, excluding service charge. Reservations here.


Divine play at Leela

Valentine's Day menu at Leela

Helmed by executive chef Manav Tuli, Leela showcases the rich and diverse regional cuisine of India, tantalising our tastebuds with aromatic dishes that marry tradition with the chef’s bold creativity. On the Valentine’s Day menu is Oyster Varathiathu served on Iddiappam, a traditional South Indian steamed rice noodle, Lehsuni Guinea Fowl Seekh Kebab that features black garlic, coriander and Kashmiri Chilli, and crowd favourite Crab Xee Xee, a famous Goan crab curry that’s simmered with a roasted spice coconut paste-based curry. All couples will be treated to a glass of complimentary Rosé champagne to kick off the evening.

Shop 301-310, Lee Garden Three, 1 Sunning Road Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. Leela’s Valentine’s Day menu is priced at $1,488 per guest, excluding service charge. Reservations here.


Classic Italian-American fare at Carbone

Carbone Valentine's Day menu

An oldie but a goodie, Carbone is a failsafe choice for the classic couple who just want great food, great ambiance and great hospitality for a great night. You can’t go wrong with an evening at the New York-Italian stable. The five-course Valentine’s Day menu includes a choice of antipasti, the famous Spicy Rigatoni Vodka, main plates such as Ribeye Diana, Whole Branzino or Chicken Parmesan, and the final showdown, the dessert trolley.

Carbone’s Valentine’s Day menu is available on 14 February for $958 per guest plus 10 per cent. Reservations here. Full menu here. 


Share the love at Uma Nota

Valentine's Day menu at Uma Nota

The sharing-style menus of delicious Brazilian-Japanese fare include Tartar de Vieira with fresh scallops, Tataki de Atum with tuna dressed with black tucupi mayonnaise, tapioca furikake, and served in a bowl of refreshing ponzu sauce; Roasted Cauliflower with Amazon spice rub and vegan herb mayonnaise; and Abóbora com Camarão, whole baby pumpkin stuffed with prawns and served in a creamy sauce. After a filet mignon main course, finish off with two enticing desserts: Amor de Chocolate, a mousse with Brazil nuts, chocolate crumble and wild berries coulis, and Conspiracy Chocolate, with matcha, mango and passion fruit.

Uma Nota’s Valentine’s Day dinner menu is available on 14 February 2024 and is priced at HK$688 per person. Guests will receive an exclusive Therapeautic gift set worth HK$175 to take home (one set for every two guests) while supplies last. Reservations here. Full menu here.


Delight in a Kappo-style meal at Teppanyaki Mihara Goten

Teppanyaki Mihara Goten Valentine's Day menu

Teppanyaki Mihara Goten brings the glutton out of us with their decadent 9-course Valentine’s Day Menu, which includes extravagant dishes such as Lobster Cocktail with Caviar, Pan-roasted A5 Kumamoto Wagyu Beef Tenderloin with Truffle Sauce that’s expertly prepared on the teppan grill. Famed for its Kappo concept, where the freshest seasonal ingredients are used, the menu also comes with Sautéed Chu Toro with Grated Yam and Broiled Ezo Abalone among other exquisite dishes. It’s time to loosen that belt … for food, that is.

Teppanyaki Mihara Goten, 3/F, CUBUS, 1 Hoi Ping Rd, Causeway Bay. The Valentine’s Day menu is available from 15-19 February for $2,080, excluding service charge.

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South Italian delight at Perla

Perla Valentine's Day menu

Delight in all of Perla’s signature dishes this special Valentine’s Day. The six-course menu, available on 14 February, starts with bits of fresh seafood, Wagyu and Caviar. For the pasta course, choose between the sea urchin-based Chittara, or a spicy Ravioli, or Papparadella with Alaska king crab, while there’s a choice between a stuffed Dover Sole or charcoal-grilled Yui A5 Wagyu. To finish, Red Moon is the restaurant’s signature dessert specially crafted for this romantic occasion.

Perla’s St Valentine’s Day menu starts at $1,880 per person plus 10 percent, with the option for Champagne pairing for an additional $980. Reservations here. Full menu here.


Choices, choices at Auor

Auor Valentine's Day menu

An unforgettable culinary experience is to be had at Auor by Chef Edward Voon, who has curated a selection of dishes that promise to sweep you and your loved one off your feet on both 13 and 14 February. The six-course menus on both days offer a different selection, both equally tantalising with dishes such as Kamchatka king crab chawanmushi (on the 13th) and a Carabinero prawn ‘Fujian noodles’ (on the 14th). For an additional price, diners can also enjoy an excellent selection of wines to complement the dinner.

The two Valentine’s Day menus on 13 and 14 February are priced at $1,380 and $1,680 per person respectively, with an optional wine pairing for $880 per person, excluding service charge. Reservations here.


Read more: 7 Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day in Hong Kong From Hotel Stays to Wine Pairings

Source: Prestige Online

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