A gorgeous venue with a massive open kitchen, rare for a French restaurant this size and scale, Caprice is an attractive space with superb views of Victoria Harbour. The décor takes its cues from 1930s-era Shanghai, from the small bar that serves fine wines from the vast cellar, to the wood-paneled cheese room, the only one of its kind in a city just acquainting itself with the pleasures of European-style cheese courses. Regulars return for Caprice's show-stopping lobster carpaccio appetizer, served with whipped yuzu and caviar, or to discover dishes such as sautéed wagyu filet with charlotte potato dauphinois.

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