Dining Dine and Travel with Four Seasons Asia

Dine and Travel with Four Seasons Asia

Four Seasons is turning hotels into go-to dining destinations with an unending lineup of stellar restaurants and intriguing bars.


By T+L SEA Staff Published on Dec 14, 2023, 03:00 PM

Dine and Travel with Four Seasons Asia

THINK OF FOUR SEASONS and think sumptuous hotels, but equally worthy of planning trips around: the folks who make the tastes we crave. Working with some of the best chefs, mixologists and designers in the world, Four Seasons in Asia have set as their main goal bowling us over with amazing food and drinks.

From Bangkok and Hong Kong to Tokyo and Hangzhou, travelers have their pick of 10 Michelin-starred restaurants in 8 hotels. Complementing the dining offerings are compelling bars—six on the Asia’s 50 Best list—shaking up innovative craft cocktails in immersive surrounds.

BKK Social Club at Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya

The unrivaled jewel in the brand’s culinary crown is the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, which, with seven Michelin stars, houses the most stars under one roof in the region. Leading the charge is three Michelin-starred Caprice, the monument of French fine-dining helmed by chef Guillaume Gaillot that pairs refined menus with a palatial dining room and Victoria Harbour views. Also among the hotel’s multi-award-winning eateries are Lung King Heen—in 2018 it became the first Chinese restaurant in the world to receive three Michelin stars—and Sushi Saito, the one-starred concept by legendary Tokyo-based sushi master Takashi Saito. Spend some chill time at futuristic ARGO, whose acclaimed mixology nabbed it 34th in the most recent World’s 50 Best Bars awards.

Sip on more award-winning cocktails in Japan, where Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi’s VIRTÙ serves cocktails that fuse Japanese ingredients and French flavors. Signature restaurant SÉZANNE has earned Michelin stars and a World’s 50 Best Restaurants ranking. In the show kitchen, chef Daniel Calvert meticulously plates up modern French cuisine that match with lovely interiors by designer André Fu and an eclectic collection of Champagne, wine and sake.

Continue the culinary journey at the Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River. It might be one of the newest hotels in the city, but it’s already shining bright as a culinary go-to. The hotel’s Cantonese restaurant Yu Ting Yuan is oh-so-hard-to-book thanks to its refined, detail-oriented dishes, handcrafted dim sum, and opulent setting inspired by traditional Chinese architecture. Next door, celebrate Argentina’s golden age at BKK Social Club, this year No. 13 on World’s 50 Best Bars list. Look out for transportive bespoke cocktails served in glam booths, to an upbeat, globally inspired soundtrack.

Jin Sha at Four Seasons Hotel Hangzhou at West Lake
Jin Sha at Four Seasons Hotel Hangzhou at West Lake

Those seeking an immersive journey through Chinese cuisine should book at Jin Sha at Four Seasons Hotel Hangzhou at West Lake. The restaurant landed a star this year in Hangzhou’s first Michelin Guide for its neoclassical approach to Zhejiang cuisine, amid some of China’s most enthralling scenery and gardens designed by Bill Bensley. The 11 private dining rooms boast outdoor terraces.

FROM LEFT: The classic Caipirinha at BKK Social Club; SINGLE ORIGIN NEGRONI by ARGO.

With an ever-growing collection of exciting concepts, Four Seasons is redefining what hotel restaurants and bars look like, taking us on grand culinary adventures, and we are totally here for it.


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Images courtesy of Four Seasons.

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T+L SEA Staff

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