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There’s so much delicious cuisine to choose from when staying at InterContinental Hong Kong that it’s hard to put together a short list. But here’s our go at it — the best things to eat and drink at this Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel:
1. Nobu InterContinental Hong Kong. This gem of a restaurant is one of chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa’s popular outposts and the first to be opened in Asia (in late 2006) beyond Japan. Anything here is delicious, but to sample it all, get the Nobu signature tasting menu or omakase menu. Or just order an appetizer such as the yellowtail sashimi with jalapeño to pair with a cocktail and call it a night.
2. ihealth menu for in-room dining. It’s refreshing to see a health-conscious menu in a larger hotel — so if you’re ordering room service, we suggest you try one of the tasty items on the ihealth menu (it's also available at Harbourside restaurant). We loved the risotto with fresh vegetables.
3. Buffet at Harbourside. The large breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets at Harbourside provide an international array of items that will suit any palate. With traditional Chinese and Japanese items as well as American dishes and more, you can fill up your plate with a ton of delicious food, while enjoying the amazing view of Victoria Harbour through the expansive windows.
4. Cantonese cuisine. The well-known and highly acclaimed Yan Toh Heen serves up traditional Cantonese cuisine, and the set menu here is a great way to get a taste of it all.
5. Rech by Alain Ducasse. You’ll find decadent French cuisine at Rech, and we recommend that you order the experience menu to get an overview of the best it has to offer.