Cepage 23 Wing Fung Street, Wan Chai, 2861 3130 Have Cepage sommelier John Chan personally help you to select the perfect wine out of the 2,400 labels to match the atmosphere and your New Year's Eve dinner at the restaurant. The six-course meal, priced at HK$1,888, starts with four delights including Alaskan crab and Osci?tre caviar, champagne-lime risotto, Le Puy lentil and smoked eel foam and C?page's signature Taiyouran organic egg confit. The main course is roasted d'Anjou pigeon breast and crispy fried leg stuffed with foie gras. D. Diamond Restaurant and Bar Civic Square, Elements Shop R001, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, 2196 8126 To accommodate your need for post-dinner activities on New Year's Eve, D. Diamond is offering an early four-course menu at HK$680 per person and a children's special menu at HK$198. Diners will be asked to start dinner at 5pm and finish by 7.30pm. Menu choices include foie gras and beef tenderloin, while children can enjoy meatball spaghetti and fish and chips. The restaurant's champagne menu is offered from 8pm to 11pm on the same night. Fire 3/F W Hotel Hong Kong, 1, Austin Road West, Kowloon Station, Kowloon, 3717 2848 'Sizzle into 2010 with Fire' is how W Hotel likes to put it. The 'grill to thrill' restaurant is offering a five-course menu on December 31 for HK$980 per adult. A complimentary glass of Perrier Jouet champagne is offered to each guest and a table of four or more will get a bottle. If guests prefer to match wines with each course of their meal, an extra HK$400 per person would do it. After dinner, Fire diners can also attend the New Year's Eve countdown DJ event. Fish Bar 6/F, JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, 2841 3858 If you are searching for top-class seafood for your New Year Eve's dinner, the Fish Bar at the JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong is the place to be. Serving up a six-course menu (HK$780), including seafood delicacies such as a garlic shrimp appetiser and a choice of either pan-seared filet mignon with shiraz, broccolini and potato latkes or Boston lobster thermidor with mashed potato and hollandaise US asparagus for your main course, people are bound to be feeling content after the meal. And another thing, the restaurant has a scenic view of the mountains and the harbour, tuning your night to perfection. Harlan's Shop 2075, Podium Level Two, IFC Mall, Central Hong Kong, 2805 0566 In memory of the King of Pop, Harlan's will moonwalk into the New Year by throwing a Michael Jackson-themed party. In addition to a live band pumping out out the hits, there will be a six-course tasting menu featuring marinated Scottish salmon with slow-cooked Italian egg and caviar, wood-stone-roasted scampi with tomato marmalade and slow-roasted 'M4' wagyu sirloin with smoked foie gras terrine, for HK$1,688 a head. Hyatt Regency 18 Chak Cheung Street, Sha Tin, New Territories Cafe Lobby, 3723 7952 Sha Tin 18 4/F, 3723 7932 Tin Tin Bar 4/F, 3723 1234 Get yourselves ready for the big night by heading to Hyatt Regency and have a spa treatment from the Melo Winter Sparkle package at HK$988. And after having the Caf?'s buffet dinner (HK$598 for adults and HK$299 for children) or Sha Tin 18 (a set dinner for HK$500 or HK$600 per person), pop by the Regency Ballroom for the countdown party exclusively for diners and in-house guests from 9pm to 1am. Live music, a magic show and a lucky draw will be held. Tin Tin Bar will also be open from 5pm for those who want to have a drink before dinner. From 8pm, there will be a charge of HK$120 per person that includes one celebration cocktail. Main St Deli Lower lobby, The Langham Hong Kong, 8 Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, 2375 1133 With every restaurant bumping up prices for New Year's Eve, you may want a dinner that you can actually afford. The Main St Deli is offering a reasonably priced dinner at HK$388 per person. The three-course dinner offers a choice of pan-fried Australian double lamb chops, lobster-stuffed crispy chicken medallions or walnut butter crust salmon for the main course. The Mira Hong Kong 118 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon Cuisine Cuisine at The Mira Level 3, 2315 5222 Room One Lobby level, 2315 5888 Yamm Lobby Level, 2315 5111 Enjoy your New Year Eve's dinner at the newly renovated hotel. With a dinner buffet at Yamm, including a free flow of festive drinks, a Cantonese Christmas set dinner at Cuisine Cuisine and a six-course dinner at Whisk, you have plenty of options before heading to where the party is at Room One. A DJ will be playing the tunes at the countdown party, priced at HK$488 per person, with VIP tables for four at HK$2,800, including two bottles of Louis Roederer Brut champagne and festive drinks. The VIP room at Room One can also be booked to hold a private party of up to 20 people at HK$14,000, with 10 bottles of premium Louis Roederer Brut included. Nobu 2/F, InterContinental Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Kowloon, 2313 2340 The Japanese restaurant is famed for its small but heavenly dishes. For New Year's Eve, Nobu InterContinental Hong Kong doesn't disappoint. Especially for the occasion, chef Oyvind Naesheim has created The Nobu Osechi - a three-layered boxful of traditional Japanese food eaten at New Year. It is priced at HK$3,880 and designed for you to take home and enjoy. The numerous delicacies include the likes of baked king crab, grilled kuruma prawns and oyster fillo with caviar. Island Shangri-La Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road, Central Restaurant Petrus 56/F, 2820 8590 cafe TOO 7/F, 2820 8571 Themed parties are always an excellent option for seeing a new year in with a bang. This New Year's Eve, Restaurant Petrus will be holding a French baroque-style eight-course dinner served by chef Frederic Chabbert in front of a Chateau de Versailles backdrop at HK$3,688 per head. Also, cafe TOO is offering a 1980s groovy disco dinner buffet. Costing HK$688 for adults and HK$488 for children for the first sitting from 6pm to 8.30pm and HK$848 for adults for the second sitting from 9pm to 12.30am, diners can move to the beat after dinner and work off the food under the disco ball on the dance floor. Va Bene 17-22 Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong, 2845 5577 A live DJ and a seafood fiesta is the way to go to welcome the New Year. Va Bene has created a 'cenone di fine anno' five-course dinner featuring steamed lobster, pumpkin gnocchi with scallops, pan-fried salmon trout and baked veal loin, winding up with puff pastry filled with apple and dried nuts served with cinnamon ice cream and vanilla sauce. Mandarin Oriental 5 Connaught Rd, Central Partygoers wary of all the inevitable pushing and shoving in Lan Kwai Fong are invited to the Mandarin Oriental fiesta to party it up with class. For the last meal of the year, executive chef Uwe Opocensky has created a special selection of menus for every restaurant in the hotel, accommodating both intimate and family group diners. The Mandarin Grill will be serving a six-course dinner accompanied by a live band at HK$2,988 per person, with a complimentary glass of champagne, while Pierre's eight-course dinner will begin with canap?s and champagne at M Bar at HK$2,988 per head. Man Wah will be serving up its renowned ? la carte menu at a minimum of HK$1,988 per person. For families looking to see off 2009 together, the traditional family seafood buffet in the Clipper Lounge will be served with a glass of champagne at HK$988 for adults and HK$498 for children, at the 6.30pm sitting, and HK$1,488 and HK$748 respectively for the 9pm sitting. Party people with the midnight munchies will be glad to know that the overnight breakfast at Caf? Causette will run from 2am until 11am on New Year's Day. After a scrumptious meal and a midnight countdown, led by the jazz band in the hotel lobby, make your way to the Captain's Bar for some relaxing jazz and blues-inspired music by the Ptah Brown trio. Restless? Hop into M Bar and bop to DJ Bean Toxx's beats for HK$388 each, including a glass of champagne. And the fun doesn't stop there. For those who are still up and at it, Mandarin Oriental keeps the party going throughout New Year's Day, offering a champagne brunch, seafood buffet and traditional Chinese dim sum to choose from at the hotel's various restaurants. Thirsting for bubbly? The Mandarin Grill's champagne brunch (HK$888/adults, HK$448/child) offers an unlimited flow of champagne and serves a range of seafood delicacies, breakfast items, roast meats and desserts from 11am to 3pm. Meanwhile, those who have had enough of drinking can treat their growling stomachs to dim sum or ? la carte menu items at Man Wah or the seafood buffet in the Clipper Lounge. The buffet costs HK$388 for adults and HK$198 for children at lunch time and HK$358 and HK$178 respectively at dinner time.