Being one of the most luxurious French restaurants in Asia Pacific, a symbol of East-meets-West itself, the aesthetic style of these more than 100 pieces of art, such as 19th century Art Nouveau & China Trade paintings; 19th century European lithograph which turned into “Lalique” style mirrors; Mammoth ivory with ten to forty thousand years of age with an exquisite museum quality Chinese carving; Larger-than-scaled sandal wood carvings, inspired by Japanese “netsuke”; Huge traditional Chinese garden stones turned into mini sculpture with silvery finish; Wooden treasure boxes with delicate hand-paintings originated from Canton exported to Europe during 19th century; Abstract bronze figurines composed of letters of “Caprice”; Traditional Chinese ink stones illustrated legendary Chinese stories, surprising became unusual display.
These art collections come from different parts of the world. Some of them are authentic antiques brought from London and Japan. While others are specially tailor-made to match the ambiance of the restaurant. They all demonstrate a broad range of artistic aura span more than a century and cover the essence of East-meets-West art triumphed at the turn of century with contemporary treatment.
In the Pearl of the Orient which inherits a unique East-meets-West history and culture, the fusion and contemporary image of Caprice sets a new vision on how a top-notch French dining environment can be embraced by Eastern sensitivity. The range of art pieces with rich variety of artistic styles & backgrounds also revive the legacy of the Chinoiserie under a contemporary treatment.