Caprice Bar

Hong Kong Tatler Best Restaurants (Hong Kong / Macau) - - Bar review -

Caprice might be one of Hong Kong’s most lauded restau­rants, but many peo­ple are unaware that it also houses a gem of a bar. Set to the right as you en­ter, the bar is clubby, dis­creet and com­fort­able, with plush arm­chairs and the same great views of Vic­to­ria Har­bour as the main din­ing room. It’s not the place for a rowdy get-to­gether—that would be more suited to the Blue Bar down­stairs. Here, you have ac­cess to cheeses (in­clud­ing four-year-old Comté) that are the envy of other restau­rants. A hand­ful of hot dishes are avail­able, though we sug­gest some char­cu­terie in­stead; the but­tery Big­orre black ham is es­pe­cially de­li­cious. Wines are equally good, with a care­fully cu­rated list of pri­mar­ily French op­tions avail­able by the glass or bot­tle. Clas­sic cock­tails are also ter­rific and rea­son­ably priced at HK$135, which is a bet­ter value than numer­ous venues in town.

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