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Four Seasons Hotel Guangzhou has restaurants for every mood and taste. Caffe Mondo is open all day for casual dining in a cool white, modernist dining room. Food here is mainly western — and mostly Italian — with some Chinese specialties available as well. This is the place for kids. You won’t want to miss the dim sum at Yu Yue Heen, a chic, black and red lacquered Cantonese restaurant. Noted chef Kazumi Sawada was lured from Tokyo to helm Kumoi, a superb spot for sushi, grilled items and tempura in a beautifully modern Japanese setting. If you’re in the mood for fresh seafood from around the world, it is showcased at Catch, a sleek gold, gray and purple dining room with a spectacular view from the 100th floor. Carnivores, fear not: Non-pescatarians are catered here to, too. Drinks, coffee and afternoon tea are available at The Atrium lounge on the Guangzhou hotel’s 70th floor, while Tian Bar is a stylish hideaway in the sky — on the 99th floor — that serves a menu of cold and warm tapas, though most guests come here to drink and gawk at the scenery.