The Four Seasons spared no expense in creating this space, bringing in well-known designers and feng shui masters, and the result is a private dining room that might be one of the most spectacular in the world. Guests can see into the entire open kitchen, while floor-to-ceiling windows offer stunning views of Victoria Harbour and beyond. Executive chef Fabrice Vulin hails from France but worked in Geneva and Morocco, and dishes such as the caramelized pigeon breast with
North African spices reflect his multicultural influences. The restaurant also boasts an excellent cheese cellar. Even if you’re not having a full sit-down meal, you can still enjoy some fromage and wine at the adjoining bar and lounge.