Up in the air without a paddle

Pearl on the Peak, the stylish Australian restaurant that opened last December, has a star chef, attractive décor, some of the most spectacular views in Hong Kong, and a relatively sparse clientele, which is strange to say the least since it lies athwart the migration path of a river of tourists making their way up the hill from Central. Pearl on the Peak is two flights directly up the Peak Tower from where the tram arrives every seven minutes, bearing 150 or so tourists who stop, get their picture snapped with a waxworks figure of Bruce Lee, browse the trinkets and apparently head directly for Burger King.

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