Hotels, huh? Most hotel dining can be mediocre-OK, but mostly, unremarkable. Tried quite a few all over HK over the yrs so am a little reluctant to go all out to recommend one particular one; especially as I'm more into Japanese, general Asian food rather than red meat. And if looking for a decent-sized, juicy, quality steak plus entree and little extras, HK$500 a head WITH wine might not quite cover it.
You mentioned Kowloon side, AND something 'bout 'romance' (?)...
Well, I've been pretty impressed by 'Aqua' inside the tall One Peking Road Building on the 29th (TST).
Memorable snazzy, dimly-lit, ultra-kool interior. While the food's a little TOO 'haute cuisine' for me (min. spend is $380 a head, without drks)... and yeah, served on wide-brimmed, flying-saucer dishes, for a 'special treat' - eye-candy tasty. Vibe: classy, elegant, and on most non-holiday evenings, discreet enough.
And, for a midnight encore, pop up one floor (30th) to 'Aqua Spirit' - a high-ceilinged bar with Big City sophistication, known for stunning views, spanning a good portion of the harbour.
The lighting is rather cleverly thought out, with couples in mind - 2-3 cosy, intimate corners / spaces. And after some (rather pricey!) mouthfuls of wine, leisurely, exploratory chat, warm & fuzzy feelings will certainly stir