As is often the case where there’s a captive audience, dining up at the Peak Galleria mall can be unpredictable—and this huge eatery is no exception. You’ll come mostly for the views, though the menu is eclectic enough to keep everyone happy. Menu options traverse four or five continents, and there’s also a patisserie offering house-made desserts. Oysters and seafood are the best choices. When you book (and you must), be sure to request a table with a view, as many tables in the place have none, which defeats the purpose of coming here.
Apr 30, 2010
Made a reservation yesterday (April 30th) around 5 pm for a table for 2 at the window, 7.15pm the same night. The young man on the phone confirmed that it wouldnt be a problem but only lower floor at the window would be available - which was fine. Upon arrival at 7.10 pm we learned from a very unfriendly person at the door that no reservation was made and with a tone that gave me and my friend the impression that she didnt belive us she said that
reservations are made weeks in advance. I have very little understanding for this. Obviously communication between stuff doesnt work that well at cafe deco and even though reservation was made we made the trip to the peak for nothing. My VIP membership card has made its way into the rubbish bin of course....
Jan 10, 2009
Were there over the holidays and happened on the place just as it opened, the Saturday after Christmas. We stuck to the Asian and middle-eastern foods, and all of it was delicious. Returned on January 1 with another couple; good food again! OK wine list; the Twinwoods chardonnay was a nice find. And the view -- the setting is singularly spectacular. I agree that the restaurant seems to try to serve too many different types of food, but we
can vouch for the Asian and middle eastern dishes.