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.