The views from the Peak are breathtaking if the skies are clear. So if you’re lucky to get both a window table at Lú Fēng, a new two-story restaurant atop the Peak, and a clear day, count your blessings and dig in. To-die-for dishes include the sweet and sour pork and the crispy rice with seafood, which involves the server upending a bowl of piping hot rice into a delicious seafood soup. The tasty all-day dim sum will be a real problem consuming in moderation, from char siu rice rolls to ha gaw shrimp dumplings with bamboo shoots and the classic roasted goose. If you can manage to look up from the array of dim sum baskets on your table or the view of the harbor below, you’ll notice Lú Fēng is decorated in the current favorite Hong Kong restaurant style with retro neon signs, tiled floors, and panels of corrugated metal roofing.