The Tsim Sha Tsui outlet of the international Cafe Deco Group is quite appropriately situated in The ONE, a classic Hong Kong skyscraper that offers superlative dining in the very heart of one of Hong Kong’s great dining areas. From the heights of the elevated outdoor terrace to the well-stocked wine cellar, one can really experience the pinnacle of Hong Kong cuisine: from Canadian lobster – picked live from the tank – to Indian thalis and plenty of meat and seafood, straight off the grill, such as United States and Australian Black Angus beef. Certainly some of the exclusivity remains, but Cafe Deco is a dining experience everyone – the whole family – can enjoy, with Western and Asian dishes, fusion food, steaks and grills, and sustainable seafood all on the cards. Come to enjoy their menu – or their high-end cocktail bar – and to drink in the views out all over Hong Kong.
I have been here for a few occasions and the experience have so far been good, the atmosphere and deco is very nice, food are good though being here a few times I have tried most dishes of the menu already, would b good if from time to time they have some changes.
Good: There was happy hour on weekday evening with drinks buy-one-get-one-free and selected oysters at half price. The service, ambience, and view were excellent. Not so nice: The dinner food menu did not have much choices and the prices were proportional to their building floor level. There was not many "wow" specialties or vegetarian food.
The staff were not providing satisfying service. We had wait for around 30mins to be served the appetizer, our first dish after the soup. I requested the staff to write message in Chinese on the dessert plate in the afternoon of the dining date. The staff responsible for marking down my message was not polite at all. The steak, the scallop and the lobster soup are good.