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The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, has several restaurants that are certain to whet your appetite. You can get Cantonese cuisine without leaving the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel at Tin Lung Heen, which serves up items like dim sum and tea, and is open daily for lunch and dinner. For Western world delicacies, Tosca serves up Italian food from an open kitchen daily for lunch and dinner, plus Sunday brunch. Pastry Gems serves coffee, pastries and light meals; sit down here or grab something to-go. And then there’s Café 103, which serves a lunch and dinner buffet and chocolate afternoon tea. Keep in mind that all restaurants at The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, ban flip-flops and beach sandals, and men are forbidden from wearing sleeveless shirts and shorts.