SPOON The romantic equivalent of a brownie points ATM


Saving the elderly from bingo hall fires, sponsoring Mongolian triplets, letting them give you a make over – these are all ways men can impress the fairer sex.

But a tried and tested method for instantaneous brownie point maximisation is taking her somewhere lavish for a romance-drenched meal; somewhere fancy, somewhere gourmet, somewhere that doesn’t have a single mounted television set or tap beer, a place that has the proles salivating like a Pavlovian puppy.
Devaux coupes, Ducati monsters and, of course, Alain Ducasse’ signature SPOON restaurant at the InterContinental Hong Kong Hotel – all classics guaranteed to get hearts throbbing. The introduction of a new menu at one of Hong Kong’s top eateries is just the excuse for a dynamite dinner date (and if you strike it lucky, amour is just an elevator ride away). SPOON is cool, calm and collected – there’s no snooty know-it-all waiter to make you look gastronomically retarded here – and the SPOON Experience, a six-course culinary and vocabulary adventure ($988 per person), showcases the best of the new menu without breaking the bank. You can also go the ‘Full Frenchman’, with the Tour de France lunch ($558 per person), which utilises only French produce (of course everyone has to sit on the left side of the table).
Trust us; you’ve never looked so good.
SPOON by Alain Ducasse
InterContinental Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Tel: 2313-2256
The Nuts & Bolts: Make an impression that lasts like a high school love bite with SPOON’S new-look menu.

JavaScript must be enabled in order for you to use Google Maps.
However, it seems JavaScript is either disabled or not supported by your browser.
To view Google Maps, enable JavaScript by changing your browser options, and then try again.


  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
Prev Next

22 Ships Opens, Wan Chai

Jason Atherton, the Michelin-starred British chef who traine...

The Bay Restaurant, Lamma

Lamma’s probably our favourite day trip island, but it gets ...

Flavour - Best Value HK Deli

Flavour began as a purely online deli/pre-prepared food serv...

Mido Cafe

Let me paint a picture for you. It’s the second, possibly th...

Chom Chom

Like it or not, we live in a society that likes to watch. Ou...

Renaud BBQs

Surely it’s your favourite time of the year. Cold beers, a h...


Ever get a hankering for a "real bar", one that plays Lynard...

Bones & Blades

The relationship between a man and his butcher is, in our hu...


 Hong Kong can’t seem to get enough of Spanish cuisine ...