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The best Hong Kong Valentine's Day menus

Looking to impress the better half this year? These are the best restaurants for the perfect Hong Kong Valentine's Day.

Épure
Shop 403, 4/F, Ocean Ctr, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, 3185 8338; epure.hk. Feb 10-14. $520-$1,588. Épure has joined forces with French fashion house Lanvin to create a tasting menu inspired by the company’s Éclat de Fleurs perfume. Choose from a six or eight-course menu or opt for brunch on the afternoon of February 14.

Cafe Aficionado
G/F, Regal Airport Hotel, Hong Kong Intl Airport, 9 Cheong Tat Rd, Chek Lap Kok, 2286 6238. Feb 14. $508. Cafe Aficionado’s Valentine’s dinner buffet features fresh oysters, Alaskan king crab and lobsters to delight seafood lovers. For a sweet end to the indulgence, enjoy a wide variety of ice cream flavours by Mövenpick.

Fish & Meat
32 Wyndham St, 2565 6788; fishandmeat.hk. Feb 14. $880. Central casual dining mainstay is serving a rustic four-course menu resplendent with hearty winter warmers. Start with homemade tagliatelle with arugula pesto, salami and Parmigiano-Reggiano, then move on to a fish or meat main.

Cé La Vi
25/F, California Twr, 30-32 D’Aguilar St, Lan Kwai Fong, Central, 3700 2300; hk.celavi.com. Feb 12-14. $1,888 for two. Cé La Vi is serving a five-course Valentine’s Day dinner with dishes such as salmon sashimi served with pickled hon shimeji mushrooms and a Spanish influenced soffritto soy. Also available is a special menu for vegetarians at $718 per person.

Nicholini’s
8/F, Conrad Hong Kong, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, 2521 3838; conraddining.com. Feb 13-14. $2,588 for two. Nicholini’s specialises in northern Italian cuisine and chef Luca De Berardinis has prepared a romantic Valentine’s feast with sweeping views of Hong Kong as the backdrop. The menu features freshly caught seafood and Nicholini’s signature handmade pasta.

Grassroots Pantry
108 Hollywood Rd, Central, 2873-3353; grassrootspantry.com. Feb 14. $580. Groups of four or more can enjoy a special V-Day table games set menu. Enjoy free flow tapas – the likes of burdock fries or popcorn hedgehog mushrooms – with a complimentary bottle of organic house sparkling, red or white wine.

Hanabi
4/F, 6 Knutsford Tce, Tsim Sha Tsui, 2723 2568; hanabi.knutsfordbyprivegroup.hk. Feb 14. $1,388. Hanabi is serving up a collection of signature of dishes for its eight-course Valentine’s menu, which features grilled Kagoshima wagyu A4 and grilled Hokkaido king crab. Dessert is a palate-cleansing yuzu sorbet.

Inagiku Grande Japanese Restaurant
Four Seasons, IFC Mall, 8 Finance St, Central, 3196 8888; fourseasons.com. Feb 14. $688-$888 for two. Inagiku Grande Japanese Restaurant is serving an afternoon tea set. Japanese chef Masahiro Noda has created some seasonal dishes from his home country with optional Perrier-Jouët champagne on offer.

Tosca
102/F, The Ritz-Carlton, ICC, 1 Austin Rd W, Tsim Sha Tsui, 2263 2270; ritzcarlton.com. Feb 14. $4,988-$14,800 for two. For February 14 Tosca is offering a seven-course Italian dinner. Feeling flush? The ‘Romance in the sky’ package gets you dinner in a private dining room with free-flow Dom Pérignon 2006.

Tott’s and Roof Terrace
34/F, The Excelsior, 281 Gloucester Rd, Causeway Bay, 2894 8888; mandarinoriental.com. Feb 14. $1,188. With 270-degree views of Victoria Harbour, Tott’s is the perfect setting for a Valentine’s dinner. Choices for mains include pan-seared Holland red perch and a dark chocolate cheesecake to finish.

Tycoon Tann
74 Wellington St, Central, 3125 3228; tycoontann.com. Feb 14. $1,314. Tycoon Tann celebrates the basis of Hong Kong culture with an East meets West dining experience. The seven-course wine pairing menu features sautéed crystal king prawns with caviar and pan-fried wagyu beef cubes alongside foie gras and spring onion.

The Pool at The Peninsula
8/F, The Peninsula, Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, 2696 6863; peninsula.com. Feb 14. $3,488 for two. The Peninsula is offering a unique chance to dine at The Pool. Seize the opportunity as the exclusive space is only open to the public once a year and offers unbeatable views of Victoria Harbour.

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