The Peak’s Iconic Cafe Deco Con­tin­ues its Legacy in Tsim Sha Tsui

HK Magazine - - SPOTLIGHT -

A main­stay of Vic­to­ria Peak for more than two decades, Cafe Deco has ar­rived at its brand new lo­ca­tion in Tsim Sha Tsui, mov­ing from one side of the har­bor to the other. Tak­ing over the en­tire 20th floor of The One, the restau­rant con­tin­ues to of­fer panoramic views of the world-fa­mous Hong Kong sky­line, as well as de­lec­ta­ble in­ter­na­tional cui­sine.

The restau­rant has kept its art deco her­itage, with an am­bi­ence taken straight from that golden era of de­sign. Even some of the orig­i­nal dec­o­ra­tive el­e­ments have been re­lo­cated to the new venue.

Back with the restau­rant is vet­eran ex­ec­u­tive chef Martin Kniss, who’s been helm­ing the kitchen since the first day of busi­ness 22 years ago. He and his team have brought with them some much-loved sig­na­ture dishes from the Peak, in­clud­ing the clas­sic Cafe Deco tapas, tan­doori Hi­malayan chicken, and an enor­mous oys­ter se­lec­tion.

But of course, a new lo­ca­tion calls for new dishes, so Cafe Deco is pre­sent­ing a range of new culi­nary treats, in­clud­ing a suc­cu­lent whole Cana­dian lob­ster, taken straight from the tank and cooked in the method of your choos­ing. There’s also the au­then­tic In­dian Thali plat­ter, of­fer­ing five dif­fer­ent fla­vors in one sin­gle plate.

The restau­rant’s leg­endary Sun­day brunch is also back by pop­u­lar de­mand; a semi-buf­fet meal with live en­ter­tain­ment for din­ers look­ing for a laid-back week­end with friends and fam­ily.

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