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SPOON by Alain Ducasse

18 Salisbury Rd. Send to Phone
The bar is a chic spot to have a cool cocktail before moving on to novel, palate pleasing fare.
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SPOON by Alain Ducasse, Kowloon, hong-kong

SPOON by Alain Ducasse Restaurant Review

: Located in the InterContinental Hong Kong, SPOON by Alain Ducasse is a stylish place to unwind after a long day doing business, Hong Kong’s favorite pastime. The design, by Tony Chi, is pure fun, with a leather and chrome bar counter, eel skin upholstered chairs, sofas with mink cushions and 540 hand-blown Murano glass spoons dangling from the high ceiling. The drinks menu is as creative as the décor, with standout sips like the 8 Ball martini made with balsamic vinegar and a small white onion. Oenophiles, meanwhile, can dive right into the 650-plus label selection. Contemporary French dishes will assure anyone that chef Alain Ducasse has spent quality time training his Hong Kong team in the nuances of creative starters, like the Parisian rock lobster and the steamed duck foie gras from “Les Landes” served with spicy cherry marmalade and toasted brioche. Light eaters especially will appreciate the signature cook pot of local market fruits and vegetables, and the line-caught sea bass in green shellfish sauce. Indulgent diners can't go wrong with the juicy beef tournedos in girolles and confit tomatoes topped by shallots. Alternatively, skip the protein altogether and go straight for Ducasse’s cheesecake served with red fruits marmalade and yogurt sorbet or the chocolate hazelnut bliss. Groups of up to six should consider booking the cozy kitchen-side chef's table, festooned with leather pillows in neutral hues.

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by carlos2107 on Wed Sep 05, 2012 4:16 am
I do not understand why some people find this restaurant so good but most of all, Gayot website rates this restaurant 14/20, the same rating as Grill House in the same hotel. Let me explain. I am a regular guest in the Grill House in the intercontinental hotel in Kowloon Hong Kong where service is excellent and food even better. Spoon restaurant by Alain Ducasse was one of my biggest disapointements. I have had dinner twice @ Spoon but you will never see me there again. Food is badly prepared and partly cold. Sauces are blande and tasteless. Service is amateuristic but prices are for a 3 star michelin rated restaurant , but yes, the view is nice.
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