If you’re looking for the best vantage point to catch the National Day fireworks, look no further. Ideally situated right on the waterfront, the InterContinental Hong Kong’s dining outlets are all offering specially curated menus for you to munch on as you take in the show.
At the aptly named Harbourside restaurant, you can enjoy an unlimited seafood and sushi dinner buffet with free-flowing house wine, beer, juices and soft drinks. There are two seating times, one in the evening and another later at night at different price ranges.
Meat lovers can head to The Steak House winebar + grill for a specially prepared three-course meal. With appetisers like fois gras terrine and main courses like sirloin or rib-eye steaks on offer, the menu does look quite wholesome.
Or if French cuisine is more your style, check out the five-course menu at Rech by Alain Ducasse which boasts lobsters, squid-ink pasta, sole fillet and many more such mouth-watering dishes.
Asian foodies might try the two-Michelin star Yan Toh Heen’s eight-course Chinese feast. Carefully curated by executive chef Lau Yiu Fai, the menu offers the very best of Cantonese cuisine.
For Japanese food lovers, there’s also an eight-course omakase menu on offer at the famous Nobu Japanese restaurant.
Or you could head to the Lobby Lounge to get a panoramic bird’s eye view of the Fireworks. Sipping into their signature cocktails and listening to jazz by Kathleen Leslie, while watching fireworks, will be an exquisite multisensory experience.
All you have to do is make a booking. Then just relax, enjoy the fantastic food and catch the fireworks from one of the best viewpoints in the city!
First seating (6:30pm – 9:00pm): HK$1,288 per adult
Second seating (9:00pm – 11:30pm): HK$888 per adult
The Steak House winebar + grill: HK$1,288 per adult
Rech by Alain Ducasse: HK$1,588 per adult
Yan Toh Heen: HK$1,888 per adult
NOBU: HK$1,588 per adult
Lobby Lounge: minimum charge of HK$788 per person