I will be in Hong Kong for business for a few days in December for the first time. Being from New York City I've been to many world-class restaurants like Le Bernardin, WD-50, and Jean Georges, Nobu and Daniel. I would like to experience the best of the culinary world in Hong Kong, I definitely would like to try Zuma and Caprice -- as well as local Hong Kong cuisine. I've read mixed reviews about Amber and Pierre Gagnaire. There is a L'Atelier in NY, so I may pass on that unless it is highly recommended by someone. Would like to also go to Macau for a day.
I will be traveling solo, am open to meet fellow chow-hounders for dinner on Sunday. Looking forward to a culinary adventure :)
In town Sunday - Friday, with a day reserved for Macau. What do you think of Zuma and Caprice as my top picks? What are the top 3 restaurants or culinary experiences, in your opinion, that shouldn't be missed on a first trip to Hong Kong?