Harbourside Lower Level, Hotel Intercontinental Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, 27211211 Fare All-day dining with international dishes, buffet and a la carte. The recently launched i-health menu has a good selection of Asian and western dishes. Ambience Large windows showcase the harbour view. The low-key hotel interior is happily cosy and not sterile. Cost Hotel prices; expect to spend HK$500 on average ordering a la carte. Who to bring Family, especially with kids. Turn-ons Being in a five-star hotel, the food is always reliable. The Sunday champagne brunch (HK$638 per adult with unlimited bubbly; HK$318 per child, without bubbly, of course) here is well known. The new i-health menu is a must try, with recommendations including the beetroot carpaccio with citrus fruit and rocket salad, served with creamy yoghurt sauce, which is a colourful combination of flavour and texture. We also sampled the ahi tuna kebab, nicely chargrilled on skewers, with the chunks of fish still juicy and tender and packed with that signature hearty flavour of the tropical fish. The smoked salmon pizza turned out as wholesome and pleasurable as it looked, and our leather jack fish burger, served with cannelloni of avocado, proved that a little bit of deep-frying doesn't have to be bad for you as long as it's done expertly and with good ingredients. The lean fish had a nice firm texture, and a subtle but lingering flavour. Turn-offs The Asian vegetable and mushroom chowder had a light creamy texture and tasted decent enough, but it didn't really hit any high notes. It paled against other dishes on the menu. Drinks There are hundreds of choices of wine, but if you're having i-health, you should top off the wholesome experience with one of the juice combos.