Lunch at Caprice Hong Kong – 3 Michelin Star Restaurant in the Four Seasons


Caprice Hong Kong is a French restaurant in the Four Seasons Hotel in Central Hong Kong. Located within the International Finance Centre (IFC) Complex, it is situated at the edge of water on Hong Kong Island and has a clear view of Kowloon on the other side. Caprice HK is one of seven 3-star Michelin restaurants in Hong Kong listed in the 2019 Michelin Guide. Of these, only two are French restaurants. The other one is L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon. We had lunch at Caprice Hong Kong during our recent trip to the Fragrant Harbour.

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SKAI Restaurant – Exciting new restaurant at Swisshotel The Stamford (Level 70)

SKAI

SKAI Restaurant is the new restaurant that replaces the Equinox at the top of Swisshotel The Stamford Hotel. SKAI Restaurant, described as a lively contemporary grill, is a new place with a fresh concept that opened only last week. We are glad that they have made the change. If you have $45++ and two hours to spend, we can’t think of a better way to spend it than to try the 3-course lunch menu at SKAI Restaurant.

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The Spot Singapore – Trendy New Restaurant at Marina One

The Spot - TOP new places to eat

Some projects get deferred but some do get successfully completed.  One example of the latter is the Marina One development at Marina Bay Singapore.  For an overview of the f & b outlets there, please read our post Restaurants and Places to eat at Marina One Singapore. Today’s story is about our lunch at one of the nicest restaurants at Marina One – The Spot Singapore.

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Paul Westgate weekday all day set menu and dinner promotion


Paul Westgate is the Jurong East outlet of Paul bakery and cafe.  This ground floor cafe one of the better looking eateries at the Westgate mall and has a distinct French cafe look. They seem to have made some changes to their decor and replaced their cushy chairs with more practical wooden ones, but the place has remained largely the same.  On weekdays, they make it more enticing to dine there with a dinner promotion of a 40% discount on selected dishes and a $15.80 all day set menu.

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Mitzo Set Lunch – at Singapore’s most colourful Chinese restaurant


We were back again at Singapore’s most colourful Chinese restaurant – this time to try the Mitzo set lunch.  Even though we have been there before, the Mitzo restaurant in Grand Park Orchard (the hotel opposite Orchard Paragon) never fails to amaze us. We spent a disproportionate amount of time staring at the live jellyfish swimming in the aquarium at the bar. I suppose part of the reason for the disco decor is that a new persona emerges at night.  According to the Mitzo website, “When night falls, like a true chameleon, Mitzo takes on the persona of a modern supper club, blurring the lines between restaurant, cocktail bar and club”.

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