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Plan on making reservations at Caprice and Lung King Heen as far in advance as possible if you hope to indulge in the acclaimed cuisine served by Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong’s two renowned chefs.
At the elegant fine-dining French restaurant Caprice, executive chef Fabrice Vulin draws on his past experiences at respected spots such as Château de la Chèvre d’Or in Eze in the South of France to create inventive dishes highlighted as much by their artistic presentation as they are by their complex, robust flavors. In addition to Hong Kong’s first artisanal French cheese cellar, you’ll also find fresh seafood, suckling pig and Japanese wagyu strip loin on the menu, though we think no meal is complete without a taste of the langoustine ravioli with fresh mushrooms and veal sweetbreads.
At Lung King Heen, a gourmet Cantonese restaurant located on the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star’s fourth floor, executive chef Chan Yan Tak is the mastermind behind one of Hong Kong’s most sought-after dim sum experiences. With a focus on seasonal, locally sourced ingredients, Yan Tak puts a seasoned chef’s spin on classic dim sum standards such as steamed pork dumplings with crab meat and baked barbecued pork buns, though the seven-course chef’s tasting menu might be the best way to get a full taste of Yan Tak’s latest culinary creations.