Fish & Meat
Ideally located in Wyndham Street, Fish&Meat is a restaurant that is heavily focused on using fresh and fine ingredients, as they have a farm-to-table cooking philosophy. They have recently added some new dishes to their menu for the winter period, including Indian Ocean Tiger Prawns, Pan Fried Barramundi and Butter Poached Boston Lobster. However, the real highlight is the Fresh Sea Urchin and Squid Ink Linguini, which is finished off with salmon roe, chilli and roasted garlic.
Not only does the Boathouse stand out for its menu, but also its unique appearance! You won’t miss this restaurant in Stanley.It is a blue three-story house with white trimmings. The nautical theme is evident in everything, from the building itself, to the menu, to the oceanfront view. There are lots of great dishes on the menu as well. The King Prawn Jambalaya is a popular choice, as is the Black Mussels that are bathed in a Garlic Cream and White Wine Sauce.
Shun Kala Typhoon Shelter
Sun Kala Typhoon Shelter provides a unique dining experience. The floating restaurant consists of eight individual boats. Guests are picked up from the Causeway Bay pier. You will then row up to the floating kitchen. Here you will enjoy your meal, with the boat serving as your dining table. You will order from a set menu, yet there are a lot of options to choose from. The Typhoon Shelter-Styled Chilli Crab is a popular dish.
Jumbo Kingdom provides one of the most spectacular experiences for dining in Hong Kong. Situated in Aberdeen it is actually one of the largest floating restaurants in the world. From Flamed Drunken Shrimp to Fresh Lobster Salad, you can choose from over 100 Chinese dishes. The Steamed Garoupa is one of the most popular dishes.
Last on the list of places for the best seafood in Hong Kong which is located on Sok Kwu Wan’s waterfront. If you are ready for a big feast, this restaurant is an excellent option, as the portions are large. The Famous Rainbow Fish Garoupa comes highly recommended, as do the Bamboo Clams and Baked Lobsters. The restaurant actually has its own ferries and thus will shuttle guests from Tsim Sha Tsui and Central to Lamma Island.
You will certainly not be disappointed with one of the five restaurants mentioned. From Fish and Meat to Shun Kala Typhoon Shelter, enjoy what Hong Kong has to offer with delicious seafood and divine dining experiences.