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