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We think a little pampering is never quite complete without a satisfying meal, and luckily The Peninsula Spa Hong Kong has a few excellent options nearby. If you’re a guest of The Peninsula Hong Kong, you’d be remiss if you didn’t head up to the terrace and pool area for healthy breakfast, lunch or dinner options (especially pre- or post-treatment at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star spa). Everyone else can check out the hotel’s restaurants, where fantastic food is within easy reach. Hit up Gaddi’s for a romantic French fine dining experience, or try Spring Moon, a Cantonese restaurant that expertly turns out favorites like Peking duck and dim sum (you’ll also find more than 25 teas on the menu). The Lobby is the most casual of your choices and an excellent place for an iconic session of afternoon tea. The Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel has other options as well, including the dining at the Verandah and the Swiss eatery Chesa. If you want a little more Asian flair to your fare, head to Imasa for traditional Japanese cuisine.