At Rech by Alain Ducasse, it’s all about top-quality seafood
Lovers of fruits de mer will be spoilt for choice at this elegant French restaurant
Rech by Alain Ducasse is an elegant seafood eatery at the InterContinental Hong Kong, occupying the spot where Ducasse’s Spoon once stood. Rech originally opened as a grocery in Paris in 1925. Owned by Adrien Rech, it grew over the years into a café, famous for its oysters. In 2007, Ducasse revitalised the brand in Paris, and now in Hong Kong.
The view here is sure to impress guests. Signatures worth trying are the pan-seared line-caught sole with new potatoes and the seafood Royal Platter for two filled with oysters, crab, langoustine, clams, whelks, periwinkles and shrimp. For dessert, don’t miss the rum baba with cream. There is also a set menu with wine pairing.
Lobby Level, InterContinental
Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Kowloon
“Club” crab with mango
Wild cod aioli
XL éclair, chocolate
Semi-private room 30 ppl
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