For Valentine's Day this year, each of The Langham, Hong Kong’s 5 famed restaurants will be offering their own unique take on a Valentine’s-inspired menu. Whether you’re after a setting to ignite the romance in your life or simply wish to celebrate with friends and family, you are spoiled for choice during the season of love.
Setting the mood with dimmed lighting, candle light, richly decorated interior and lively jazz trio, the stage is set for an affair to remember. Executive Chef Mark Bannon continues the romance with a 6-course menu that promises to indulge and ignite passions. Savour gourmet delights with a romantic flourish, such as foie gras, pistachio and trumpet mushroom terrine, Boston lobster with truffle asparagus fondue and champagne-vanilla cream and more. The epicurean voyage has been designed using the finest aphrodisiacal ingredients such as caviar, lobster, foie gras, champagne and chocolate, leaving couples satisfied and smitten.
For a sweet finish, the chef's specially crafted ‘Chocolate Chili Molten’ dessert served with strawberry chips and vanilla bean ice cream will set hearts aflutter with its play of chocolate and chili.
Priced at HK$988* per person including 2 glasses of house champagne or HK$1,038* per person (min. 2 person) with a half bottle of champagne, the Valentines’ Day dinner menu is available on 13 – 14 February. Advanced booking is required.
Everlasting love may be another wish of yours this Valentines’ Day and Michelin-starred T’ang Court restaurant manager of 24 years, Danny Chan, is the veteran. He and his wife have celebrated nearly 30 Valentine’s Day together.
Chinese Executive Chef Kwong Wai Keung’s 8-course Valentine's Day set menu is the ultimate in stylish and sophisticated dining featuring dishes such as fresh South Australian lobster and fruit salad, slow braised whole abalone and fish maw with black mushrooms, as well as Tang Court’s famous Peking duck.
The Valentine’s Day menu is available exclusively on 14 February (dinner time only) and priced at HK$1,280* per person. For an extra HK$388*, our resident Sommelier will pair fine wines with each course.
The city’s favourite buffet restaurant, L’Eclipse, will offer their usual extensive selection with a few Valentine-themed culinary creations including a delightful heart-shaped foie gras and blue lump crab timbale with shiso cress and pink rose champagne aioli.
To complete your dining experience, head to the dessert bar and treat yourself to custom-crafted chocolate desserts and other sweet temptations.
Valentine’s Day dinner buffet is available on 13 – 14 February from 6:30pm – 10:30pm. Priced at HK$ 598* per adult and HK$308* per child. Guests can add an additional HK$ 178* for a champagne cocktail.
There is always magic in the air when it comes to dessert at Palm Court! Our talented pastry chefs have designed a special Valentine’s Day Tiffin Afternoon Tea menu for couples who simply can’t say “no” to sweetness. Indulge in crisp profiteroles with green apple, fluffy strawberry chiffon cake and delicate lemon “Marshmallow” macaroons.
To make things even more irresistible, couples will be offered a choice of complimentary freshly-bakes soufflés with their afternoon tea set on 13 – 14 February from 3pm to 5:30pm. Priced at HK$398* per couple. You can further add to your enjoyment by ordering 2 glasses of sparkling wine for just HK$138*
With cupid bypassing Main St. Deli this year, experience an upbeat Valentine’s Day with your friends and enjoy a wide selection of comfort food such as curly fries, burgers, quesadillas and cupcakes. There will be no romantic decorations, no love songs, no roses… what we bring is an evening of fun and laughter New York style!
To add an extra kick to your evening, Main Street Deli staff will be whipping up pitchers of margaritas, cosmopolitans and other amazing cocktails. Want to make a real night of it by throwing a party? Group bookings are also warmly welcome.
Main Street Deli’s “Friend-lentine’s Night” is available on 14 February from 6:30pm- 10:00pm. Priced at HK$368* per person (min 2 person) or add HK$180* for cocktails.