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If you want special views along with your meal, Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong's Caprice is a great spot. As you nosh on Brittany lobster with candied fennel and carrot purée in black Thai tea sauce, you’ll get to peer out of floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Victoria Harbour, and clear over to the International Commerce Centre, Hong Kong’s tallest building. Across the harbor, the skyrise residential towers reach into the firmament around the ICC.
The harbor itself is always a flurry of activity, with the traditional green-and-white Star Ferry plying its emerald waters, as well as the hydrofoil ferries departing for Macau. The occasional Macau-bound helicopter flies out low over the water from the launch pad at the Sheung Tak Centre.
During the day, tugboats shepherd ships in and out of the harbor, which gets ever-narrower as more and more of it is reclaimed. Outer-island ferries churn through the waters, heading for Lamma, Cheung Chau and Lantau islands. Needless to say, your eyes won’t be fixed on your plate during your meal at the Hong Kong restaurant.