Peak Galleria, 118 Peak Road, The Peak Tel: 2849-5111. Open: Monday-Thursday 11.30am-midnight, Friday 11.30am-1am, Saturday 9.30am-1am, Sunday 9.30am-midnight As one of the handful of restaurants perched on the Peak, Cafe Deco just has to be good. Although tourists might flock there just for the magnificent view of Victoria Harbour, the kitchen ensures repeat customers with the consistent quality of the food. One way to taste the chef's marvellous culinary skills is to go for the Sunday brunch, which costs $250 per person. It may not be a perfect choice for a long lunch given the excited tourists and families who swarm all over the place at weekends. And there is also a toy corner near the dessert section to keep children entertained. But one can always get a table on the balcony, which is often shunned by buffet maniacs who prefer to sit near the food. Like most lunch buffets at upmarket restaurants, Cafe Deco offers a plethora of Eastern and Western delicacies ranging from sushi to spaghetti. The choice of dishes is not unusual, but it is the quality that counts. The most tantalising for us were the littleneck clams, which were extremely fresh, meaty and tasty. From the sushi selection we couldn't get enough of the akagai (red clam), which came in a fairly generous portion and were as full of flavour as the clams. We kept going back to the pasta section, which had several dishes including a scrumptious mushroom and beef lasagna. For dessert, try the ice cream, which is easy to miss because the booth is tucked away near the entrance. The price includes one of seven made-to-order extra dishes, such as fried noodles or Thai-style spicy prawn soup. Not wanting to be wasteful, however, we decided to pass on the main course as the existing selection was more than enough to satisfy our hunger. The cost: A meal for two was $550. A glass of house wine is $46, a can of Tsing Tao beer is $48.