Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong
8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong, China
Three Michelin Stars for Caprice
Caprice along with Lung King Heen at Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, are two of the four restaurants in the city to receive three Michelin stars in the prestigious guide’s Hong Kong/Macau edition.
A taste of France in the heart of Hong Kong, the restaurant imports key ingredients on a weekly basis – including artisanal cheeses and fine wines – to offer discerning diners the very finest in modern French cuisine. Along with Lung King Heen, Caprice has helped put the city on the culinary map, with Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong its preferred destination for dining.
Three Michelin Stars for Lung King Heen
Lung King Heen, along with Caprice at Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, are two of the four restaurants in the city to receive three Michelin stars. Furthermore, Executive Chinese Chef Chan Yan Tak is the only Chinese chef ever to receive three stars in the history of the prestigious guide.
An excerpt from Lung King Heen’s entry reads: “ Ingredients here are of the highest quality – particularly the seafood, which is impeccably fresh; all dishes are expertly crafted, nicely balanced and enticingly presented. The serving team is highly professional and describe dishes with great care and obvious pride.”
Pass the Cheese, Please!
Those who dine à la française know that the extended experience of sharing exquisite dishes and perfectly matched wines must include a great cheese course. Jeremy Evrard is similarly obsessed – as Restaurant Manager of Caprice at Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, he is always on the hunt for the most coveted French cheeses in the world.
His long partnership with affineur Bernard Antony in the Alsace region of France, who sources small-production cheeses from traditional fromagerie around France, means that gastronomes in Hong Kong can enjoy the authentic experience to its fullest.
A Michelin three-star restaurant, Caprice has recently added a dedicated humidified and temperature-controlled walk-in cheese fridge to house Evrard’s finds.
Affineur: One who gathers cheeses from farmers and dairies, develops and ages them, and then takes them to market.
Fromagerie: A place where cheese is made, sold or enjoyed.
On the Catwalk: East Meets West at Caprice
High fashion meets haute cuisine at Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, where entry to Caprice is via a catwalk of light, allowing guests to take in the room – and the room to cast a few admiring gazes – while on the way to their table. Classic French dining is experienced in a modern chinoiserie setting. It’s an updated interpretation of the Asian aesthetic by French artisans, inspired by Hong Kong’s history as a crossroads for sea trade between Europe and Asia. Exquisite chandeliers reveal Art Deco paintings, and rich fabrics in deep reds set off Chinese antiques in perfect harmony.
Hotel Press Contact
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Central, Hong Kong, China
Email Claire Blackshaw
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