Answers from Our Experts (1)
Considering Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong offers a slew of fantastic restaurants, naming just a handful of things as the best onsite dishes or drinks feels almost criminal. Still, if we must choose, we promise to do so wisely.
1. Start your day by indulging a fresh-baked pastry or three. Our mouths are watering just thinking about the buttery croissants and a refreshing fig Danish.
2. Turophiles should be sure to make reservations for Caprice, a French restaurant. You’ll likely be tempted to return for a set lunch or dinner, but at a minimum we highly recommend creating a plate of artisanal French cheeses from Caprice’s vast cheese cellar.
3. While Caprice enjoys premier distinction in Hong Kong’s world of French cuisine, executive chef Chan Yan Tak’s Lung King Heen is similarly well decorated; the Chinese restaurant is a favorite of locals and critics. The appetizer combination, which includes savory suckling pig, barbecued pork and roasted goose, is an excellent gateway dish into the rest of the menu.
4. One more from this Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel’s Lung King Heen: the seasonal dim sum lunch, which includes lobster and scallop dumplings, crab meat dumplings with asparagus and a huge assortment of other pork, beef and seafood dumplings, is a weekend dining institution.
5. Finally, kick your evening off in style with one of 88 signature cocktails at the sleek Blue Bar, which offers a happy hour with free snacks from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. daily.