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InterContinental Hong Kong boasts several restaurants where you can get a quick bite or a decadent meal. Rech from Alain Ducasse features the famous chef’s beloved contemporary French cuisine, such as a roasted rack of lamb (open Tuesday to Sunday for dinner and for lunch on Sundays). Nobu InterContinental Hong Kong is named after famous Japanese chef Nobu Matushisa and turns out upscale dishes inspired by his homeland (open daily for lunch and dinner). If you prefer Cantonese cuisine, Yan Toh Heen serves it up with sophistication — and it’s even considered one of the world’s finest Chinese restaurants (open daily for lunch and dinner). All three of the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel's restaurants offer panoramic views of Hong Kong Island and private dining. There’s also The Steak House Winebar + Grill, which offers the city’s only charcoal grill, an extensive salad bar and, naturally, steak (open daily for dinner and on Sundays for lunch); and Harbourside, which hosts a lavish buffet (open daily from 6 a.m. until 12:30 a.m.).