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If cheese is your thing, the 3 Michelin starred Caprice at Four Seasons Hong Kong, has some of the best selection of cheeses in town Full review →Don't miss the 4 years old aged Comte, never had we had something so close to Parmeggiano, but way creamier and way more personality.
You might not want to come to Hong Kong to eat French food, but that would be a mistake, because Caprice is soooooooo good. Soooooooo good.
Service is expectedly excellent, and restaurant manager Jeremy Evrard makes the utmost effort to ensure that every guest is well taken care of. Full review →
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. Full review →
Ensconced in the sleek Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, this is one of the places to dine in Hong Kong, and deservedly so. Full review →
It is possible to be in Paris and Hong Kong at the same time when dining at Caprice. Full review →
In contrast to its rather opulent appearance, this restaurant has a straightforward menu, and the meals are masterfully created from ingredients flown in daily from France. Full review →
Dominating this glamorous room is a raised open kitchen which is framed by a jewelled canopy. Full review →
This restaurant on the sixth floor of the Four Seasons Hong Kong has established itself as a French cuisine authority in Hong Kong, earning three Michelin stars in 2011 and 2012. Full review →