The Sunday lunch menu came with free-flow of wines, juices and mocktails. Though I would describe the wine choices as "interesting" with some bottles coming from places off the beaten track (fancy a Corsica white anyone?), I expected a slightly finer selection from a restaurant of this caliber. Well at least the champagne was consistently good, and so was the mocktail of apple and mixed berries juice, I was told. Perhaps they should consider adding a few cocktails to spike up the options too?
Overall I think this is a no-brainer choice for an easy, relaxing Sunday lunch with solid, excellent cooking especially at this side of town.
More photos can be found in my Flickr album: https://www.flickr.com/photos/g4gary/albums/72157666719000295
(The brunch was by invitation and courtesy of InterContinental Hong Kong)
When? April 3 2016
Where? Spoon by Alain Ducasse, Inter-continental Hong Kong
Menu Highlights? Cookpot of Quinoa and Vegetables
Champagne Selection Alain Ducasse Brut NV
Domaine Terra Vecchia Clos Poggiale Vin de Corse Blanc 2013
Les Jamelles Merlot Vin de Pays d'Oc 2014