- Cuisines: Indian, European, International, Fusion
Although it's on the Peak, located across the street from the Peak Tram terminus, the Peak Lookout's terrace has only limited views of the South China Sea. And yet, it has long been a Hong Kong favorite. A former tram station, it's a delightful, rustic place for a meal, with exposed stone walls, tall timber-trussed ceiling, open fireplace, wooden floor, and a greenhouse-like room that extends into the garden. You can also sit outdoors amid the lush growth where you can actually hear birds singing -- one of the best outdoor dining opportunities in Hong Kong on a glorious day (be sure to request a table outdoors if that's what you want). Musicians entertain nightly with oldies but goldies. The menu is eclectic, offering soups (from minestrone to the classic Thai seafood soup Tom Yam Goong), sandwiches, great burgers, and a combination of American, Chinese, Indian, and Southeast Asian dishes, including tandoori chicken tikka, pad Thai noodles, penne with prawns, grilled steaks and salmon, and curries like Thai green chicken curry with coconut milk.
- © Frommer's 2013
- Highly Recommended 2009
- Highly Recommended 2010