Seafood Dishes Hong Kong Travel Guide / October 17, 2016
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One of the best dishes in Hong Kong definitely has to be seafood.
Being one of the biggest ports in the country, Hong Kong is guaranteed to give you the freshest, biggest and tastiest catch. A lot of restaurants here are well renowned for serving world-class seafood fare.
You can have them steamed, baked, fried or roasted. No matter what cooking style you go with, eating their seafood dishes will give you a magnificent dining experience that is fit for a king. We all deserve a luxurious treat every once in a while, so give in.
Among the seafood dishes that you should try are their steamed fish, drunken shrimp, baked lobster and stir-fried crabs. Seafood can a bit pricey, but with star quality dishes, it’s worth every penny.
Here are the best places to get the freshest seafood dishes in Hong Kong.
- MING COURT | Mong Kok
For a huge selection of gourmet seafood in a Michelin-Star restaurant
What to order: Fresh seafood, Peking duck, Roast meats, Chinese barbecue, Spanish Iberico pork loin
Price range: HK$400 to $800 ($51.57 to $103.14)
When: 11:00 – 14:30, 18:00 – 22:30 daily
Where: 6th Floor, Langham Place Hotel, 555 Shanghai Street, Mong Kok, Hong Kong
- JUMBO FLOATING SEAFOOD RESTAURANT | Aberdeen
For exquisite seafood with a stunning view
What to order: Drunken shrimp, Stir-fried crabs, Shark’s fin soup with lobster and cognac
Price range: HK$90 to $1000 for seafood dishes ($11.60 to $129.82); HK$30 to $50 for dim sum ($3.87 to $6.45)
When: 11:00 - 23:30 Mon to Sat, 09:00 - 23:30 Suns and Holidays
Where: Shum Wan Pier Drive, Wong Chuk Hang, Aberdeen, Hong Kong
- RAINBOW SEAFOOD RESTAURANT | Lamma Island
For cheap and lip-smacking seafood, eatery-style
What to order: Baked lobster with butter sauce, Fried crab with honey and pepper, Stir-fried scallops with broccoli
Price range: HK$60 to $300 ($7.73 to $38.67)
When: 10:00-23:00 daily
Where: Ground Floor, 1A-1B, 5, 16-20, 23-24, First Street, Sok Kwu Wan, Lamma Island, Hong Kong