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Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong is a large hotel, with 399 guest rooms, and so it has several restaurants to feed all its hungry guests. Besides two onsite fine dining restaurants, there’s also a poolside restaurant and bar, a lounge in the lobby and a Japanese restaurant in the connecting IFC building. The restaurants at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel include:
1. Caprice. The hotel’s fine-dining French restaurant was originally conceived as an open kitchen café, but now it’s serving some of the best modern French cuisine available in a city filled with competition. The romantic, elegant restaurant has a cheese cellar with Hong Kong’s biggest selection of French cheeses.
2. Lung King Heen. This is one of those restaurants that needs to make your must-try list while you’re in Hong Kong. The contemporary Cantonese restaurant is well known throughout town for the masterfully crafted local cuisine, all created under the direction of executive chef Chan Yan Tak.
3. The Lounge. Off of the lobby, The Lounge is an option for a relaxed coffee, breakfast, lunch or dinner. The bright and sunny space features piano music during the day and a jazz trio at night.
4. The Pool Terrace. This outdoor café restaurant offering salads, smoothies and frozen cocktails next to the hotel’s unparalleled harbor-front pool. Breakfast is from 7 to 11 a.m. and lunch from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.; the restaurant is open to hotel guests only.
5. Inagiku. Inagiku at IFC is run by chef Shigeru, who is famous for his kaiseki, a Japanese specialty of multiple, intricate courses. The restaurant has a special tempura that uses a top-secret sesame oil imported from Japan.