Peak Café, Hong Kong

A purpose-built Endura oven is featured at the heart of one of Hong Kong’s most fashionable eating places. The eaterie is located at the end of a funicular railway which carries visitors to the Victoria Peak, one of the highest vantage points on Hong Kong Island. The 500-seat restaurant is part of the £2.1m development known as the Peak Galleria, which recreates the Art deco style of the 1930’s.

The Endura’s olde worlde styling which includes cast iron doors and brass hinges and fittings, is designed to reflect the character of one of the very first solid fuel ovens, behind which lies the latest in modern oven technology. The Peak Café chose a two tray, two-deck double oven that incorporated a mock fire-box, fronting the electronic solid state controls that offer independent temperature control of each deck.