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Hong Kong’s top tables help you make the most of a working lunch with set menus, private rooms, and discreet service. Even if your meal is all business, lunching at one of these restaurants is always a pleasure.
For contemporary glamour and and hyper-modern French cuisine, try Amber, located in the Landmark Mandarin Oriental.
The truffles and super Tuscans are sure to impress at Otto e Mezzo, which offers two separate A/V-equipped private rooms that seat up to twelve people. It’s power dining, Italian style.
If your business is in Wan Chai, consider pan-European player The Principal. Tables in the airy, modern dining room are well-spaced, and two private rooms are available for bigger meetings.
The Four Seasons has two good options for a business lunch: Make the deal over dim sum at Lung King Heen, or stick with classic French at Caprice.
On the Kowloon side, T’ang Court, located in the Langham Hotel, gets high marks for superb Cantonese cooking and a plush, quiet room that’s conducive to conversation.