Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong Regains Eight Michelin Stars

Michelin Starred food

With the publishing of the Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau 2024 on March 14, 2024, the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong regained its renowned eight Michelin star status. Caprice shines brightly in the region’s 16th edition guide, earning three Michelin stars for the sixth year in a row. Lung King Heen has received two Michelin stars, as has Noi. Furthermore, Sushi Saito has kept its one Michelin star.

Christian Poda, Regional Vice President and General Manager of Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, expressed pride in his team: “We are overjoyed to have achieved these prestigious accomplishments, which have firmly established Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong as a culinary mecca where innovation, passion, and world-class dining converge. This recognition demonstrates our brilliant chefs’ and service teams’ unrelenting commitment to constantly providing extraordinary experiences for our customers. We value variety in our teams because it fosters a collaborative spirit in which people may cross-pollinate and inspire one another.”

A star-studded lineup.

Caprice, the epitome of French fine dining, retained its three-star rating for the sixth straight year. Since 2017, Chef Guillaume Galliot and Restaurant Director Victor Petiot have taken the restaurant to new heights in terms of culinary execution and originality. In January of this year, Caprice held a unique culinary event to commemorate Chef Galliot’s 20th anniversary in Asia. The event featured 26 world-renowned chefs with a total of 30 Michelin stars presenting a variety of tasting meals. Caprice provides an outstanding dining room, legendary hospitality, and a wine selection that tells a story, all of which complement an authentic vision brought to life by the talented staff.

Joining Caprice is Lung King Heen, the world’s first Chinese restaurant to receive three Michelin stars in 2008. The team appreciates the years of recognition and the two-star rating in 2024. This is Lung King Heen’s 16th year receiving Michelin awards, and it has an exceptional record of getting three Michelin stars for 14 years in a row.

Since the restaurant’s inception, Chinese Executive Chef Chan Yan Tak, Restaurant Manager Jacky Cheung, and their crew have consistently pushed for excellence in food quality, service, and innovation. Lung King Heen’s recipes and distinctive dishes have transformed the Cantonese dining scene and inspired cooks throughout the world. Lung King Heen would like to thank its regular customers, whether local or international, for choosing to dine at the restaurant.

The third shining gem is Noi, an Italian restaurant that earned two Michelin stars this year. Chef Paulo Airaudo employs seasonal ingredients to produce unexpected flavor combinations and consistent cooking methods. His modern Italian style is evident in the way he prepares fresh fish and shellfish at Noi.

Finally, there’s Sushi Saito, a Japanese restaurant. Sushi Saito, founded in Tokyo and directed by famed sushi expert Takashi Saito, has been awarded one Michelin star for the second consecutive year. Chef Masashi Kubota leads the team in Hong Kong, carrying on Chef Saito’s commitment to the craft of Edomae-style sushi, where the precision of fish aging, rice preparation, and balance of vinegar, soy sauce, and wasabi create beautiful sensory experiences.

Celebrate with an Epicurean Journey!

To commemorate this historic event, Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong offers An Epicurean Journey room package. It includes a stay in a large suite, a HKD 1,000 dining credit at the two-Michelin-starred Lung King Heen, an inventive cocktail experience at the award-winning ARGO bar, and two guests’ entry to the Executive Club with all of its advantages. For inquiries or bookings, please call (852) 3196 8333 or email


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