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“classic french cuisine with the million dollar view.”

SPOON by Alain Ducasse (InterContinental Hong Kong)
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $80 - $250
Cuisines: French
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Restaurant details
Dining options: Late Night, Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast, Reservations
Neighborhood: Tsim Sha Tsui
Description: With its contemporary French cuisine and stunning harbour views, the 1-Michelin star and Forbes Travel Guide Five-star SPOON by Alain Ducasse is one of Hong Kong and Asia's most sought-after dining experiences. SPOON showcases a seductive menu and wine list --- all with French nuances inspired by world famous chef Alain Ducasse. Designed by Tony Chi, SPOON has a contemporary decor with subdued earth tones and stunning views of Hong Kong Island and Victoria Harbour. Of particular note is the ceiling, which is adorned with 550 hand-blown Murano mercury glass spoons. A unique blend of textures are incorporated into the decor with a rust-coloured leather Bar, modern French provencial chairs covered in eel skin fabric at the SPOON Bar and real mink cushions adorning the banquettes . Meanwhile, soft touches in the restaurant, including the uniforms and tabletops, reflect a style which perfectly personifies French elegance. The SPOON Private Dining Room offers an ideal setting for dinner parties for up to 14 guests. SPOON's exclusive Chef's Table, with its bird's eye view of the open kitchen in action, provides the ultimate in private dining for up to 6 guests --- with a tailor-made menu created and presented personally by SPOON Executive Chef Stephane Gortina. Open Tuesday - Sunday for dinner and on Sundays for lunch.
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common_n_restaurant_reviews_1bd8 65 helpful votes
“classic french cuisine with the million dollar view.”
Reviewed July 17, 2013

My second visit to this restaurant. 20% discount via Internet booking. Many staffs with good at introduction of their product. In July, Australian black truffle was also available. Again, the best dish of vegetable by Alain ducasse. The tomato was very fresh and sour. the side dishes of lobster and veal were very delicious. A half of Lobster , veal chop are classic manner.

My table was facing to Hong Kong skyline view. it was such exuberant experience.

  • Visited July 2013
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1 Thank oncati
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Hong Kong, China
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“A great dining experience”
Reviewed June 30, 2013 via mobile

We ended up at Spoon without reservations recently and were happy to be seated immediately. We opted for the seasonal "experience" menu at HK $1,588. Bread selection excellent served with delicious French butter. Complimentary canapés, excellent.
The food was very good throughout perhaps with the exception of the cold consommé. My favorite was the tomato composition, which was superb. The lobster dish was exquisite and the jus with the veal truly memorable - rich classic stock based.
The dessert selection was excellent too - chocolate.
The service was attentive throughout. Professional and friendly. The meal was timed well. Overall a great dining experience. 4.5 stars.

  • Visited June 2013
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Thank Bart B
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Hong Kong, China
Level 5 Contributor
47 reviews
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“Bday treat”
Reviewed May 23, 2013

It was nice, fancy, expensive - great views - but, uhhhhh You need to be in the mood for wining and dining and I guess I was not.

Thank RJWCHongKong
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Stockholm, Sweden
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“peter & marie”
Reviewed May 19, 2013

The personal at the restaurant made us feel special.
Food was excellent, service and wine-knowledge too.

  • Visited May 2013
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Thank peter1951
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Hong Kong
Level 5 Contributor
53 reviews
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common_n_restaurant_reviews_1bd8 56 helpful votes
“Near Perfection”
Reviewed May 5, 2013

Spoon really gets it right... Three of us had dinner the other night, choosing the degustation menu in celebration of French May (an annual event in Hong Kong). Service is elegant but friendly. Our friend arrived early (well actually we were caught in traffic and were quite late!) but was treated to a delicious platter of canapes while he waited in the bar.

The degustation called to us from the page, Bresse chicken and foie gras pate, snails, yabbies, Charolais beef tenderloin, wild strawberries and to finish a heavenly baba. Oh yes, and a platter of delicious chocolates and sweet treats. Unusually for us we all chose to go with the degustation.

Did I mention the breads and butter? If you want to have room for your meal you'd better close your eyes when the freshly baked treats are brought to you! Both the sweet and salted French butter is to die for. Pair that with Kalamata fougasse, miniature baguettes and cheese rolls and you'll need a strong will to resist!

I was a little sorry that the snails were cooked as fritters, little round crispy balls containing garlic butter, served on lettuce cream. I should have looked carefully at the method of presentation. They were delicious but since the amuse bouche was similarly prepared frogs' legs I would have preferred a different method.

Of course the view is wonderful, the setting serene and the staff superbly trained. How do professional restaurant staff learn to walk like that? Perhaps they're selected for their innate poise and carriage, just like dancers!

Thanks again Spoon!

  • Visited May 2013
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Thank ustaza
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