Guests looking for different ways to enjoy the romance of Valentine’s Day with loved ones can now celebrate and cherish memorable moments at Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong on 14 February 2014 with a range of specially created menus.
To impress loved ones, guests can choose the exquisite White Chocolate Heart in Box from Déli Kool on the mezzanine level. Pastry Chef Wins Hung has added almond “pearls” on the side to give this creation an extra touch of glamour and elegance. Each box is priced at only HK$188. One-pound Chocolate Truffle Brownie Cake as well as Lavender White Chocolate Mousse Cake are also on offer for only HK$220 each.
With views of Victoria Harbour, Angelini is renowned for its elegant splendour, contemporary Italian cuisine with an authentic taste and its unrivalled service in a modern and relaxing ambience. It is an ideal venue for this romantic occasion. Guests can enjoy a five-course dinner with two complimentary glasses of Taittinger Prestige Rosé Brut NV for HK$2,988 for two people or with four glasses of paired wine for HK$3,988 for two people. The set dinner features Raw Sicilian Red Prawn Marinated with Ginger and Citrus Extra Virgin Olive Oil; Spelt Soup with Fresh Cod; Risotto with Strawberries and Champagne; Roasted Turbot Fish with Scampi, Foie Gras, Baby Spinach and Jerusalem Artichoke Purée or Reinterpretation of Lamb Skewer with Friggitelli Sauce and Extra Virgin Olive Oil Powder; and White Chocolate Mousse with Rosemary Sponge Cake and Marinated Strawberries.
Renowned for its traditional kaiseki, Nadaman offers couples a relaxed evening and luxurious Japanese dining. Chef Kojima and his team have taken great care to create a special Valentine’s Day eight-course kaiseki set dinner with two complimentary glasses of Taittinger Brut Réserve NV priced at only HK$2,388 for two people.
A Valentine’s Day set menu at the Michelin two-star Shang Palace is perfect for couples looking for a meal with a tempting oriental touch. Priced at only HK$1,388 for two people, the highlights of the menu include Chilled Baby Lobster with Passion Fruit Sauce; Double-Boiled Chicken and Silky Fowl Broth with Sea Conch served in a Mini Coconut; Baked Pigeon filled with Foie Gras Paste; Baked Cod Fillet and Bamboo Charcoal Noodles with Sea Urchin Sauce; and the Shang Palace Trio of Desserts that includes Plum Wine Jelly with Chrysanthemum and Mozuku, Bean Curd Mousse with Bird’s Nest and Baked Custard Pastry. The special menu is available on 13 and 14 February 2014.
For a family affair, diners might regard Café Kool’sValentine’s Day themedinternational buffet as the ideal choice. Between 3 and 16 February 2014, the restaurant’s international team of chefs will prepare flower-infused cuisines, such as Rose Custard, Osmanthus Braised Beef Brisket, Potato Lavender Au Gratin and Amaranth Aromatic Baked Pumpkin in its six open kitchens. An array of chocolate-made desserts, including Freshly Baked Chocolate Fondant, and Crepe Suzette Filled with Berry and Chocolate Sauce, is also on offer to delight children and grown-ups alike. Regular buffet times and prices apply, except on 14 February 2014, when the following times and prices apply:
First seating 5:30 to 8 p.m. Adult: HK$598 Child: HK$488
Second seating 8:30 to 11 p.m. Adult: HK$628 Child: HK$508
All dinner buffet guests can enjoy a complimentary soft drink.
With views of Victoria Harbour and the Hong Kong Island skyline, the Lobby Lounge provides an ideal place for guests to relax comfortably and enjoy live music in a classic and elegant setting on Valentine’s Day with their special ones. On 14 February 2014, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., guests can indulge in a lavish Valentine’s dinner buffet spread with a Valentine’s special drink at HK$398 per person.
For restaurant reservations, please call (852) 2733 8988. All prices are subject to a 10 per cent service charge, except those for goodies.