Despite the multitude of restaurants participating in the Kin Hong Seafood Festival located in Hong Kong Island, there‘s also a huge range of options available to those further afield. Each of these restaurants will be serving a few sustainable seafood dishes throughout the month of September as a way to promote the health of our oceans.
These famous Cali-style Mexican fast-food restaurants are located all over Hong Kong, from Central to Sai Kung. Their Baja fish taco, made specially with responsibly sourced seafood for the Kin Hong Seafood Festival, can be enjoyed in either one of three spice levels, with a side of freshly made guac to go with it.
Hong Kong Disneyland Resort continues to make the world a happier place by doing its part on sustainability and having some of its restaurants participate in the festival this year. If you fancy grabbing a nice seafood meal whilst walking through the magical streets of Disneyland, direct yourselves towards these sustainably sourced seafood restaurants.
A tribute to the man himself, Walt’s Cafe is set up with an elegant Victorian interior, displaying an impressive collection of Walt Disney images. With a design that pays homage to Walt Disney’s favourite style of decor, the restaurant has chandeliers and Victorian furniture and takes you back in time to those classic Disney movies from your childhood.
Channelling the Hollywood golden era with an artsy and vibrant interior, Studio Lounge features a bar to go with its casual seating and is ideal for a well-deserved snack during the day if you‘re looking for something laid-back and relaxing.
Leaning towards the fine dining side, Crystal Lotus is located in Disney’s first and foremost hotel resort. The award-winning restaurant serves authentic Chinese food from some of our favourite regional cuisines, including Sichuan, Beijing, Guangdong and Shanghai. Let’s not forget that since this is Disneyland, the dim sum here is themed, from the Baymax bun to Mickey‘s seafood glutinous pancake.
The two dining options at Disney Explorer Lodge are filled with sustainable seafood, so if you end up staying at Disney, this is a good opportunity to try what they have to offer. With a mix of both Chinese and Western food in the restaurant and café, the hotel is ideal for family meals in a welcoming atmosphere.
Located on Disneyland‘s Main Street area, the restaurant features American comfort food that hits the spot after walking around for hours. Being in association with Coca-Cola®, the eatery has a number of speciality drinks, plus casual decor with a touch of history to it. They even have an afternoon tea set as an option and, of course, a kids‘ menu that features fun meal options such as Goofy‘s fish fillet.
With a well-deserved two-Michelin-star title, Shang Palace, located in the Kowloon Shangri-La in TST East, is known for its Cantonese food. Embracing an authentic Chinese interior, with its traditional lanterns, dark wooden furniture and patterned cutlery, the restaurant serves Chinese delicacies crafted with care and precision to bring out a modern and artistic appeal.
Another highly reputed restaurant at the Kowloon Shangri-La in TST East, Angelini serves freshly made Italian food using seasonal ingredients. Native Italian chef Alessandro Angelini puts an emphasis on the simplicity and minimalism of the dishes whilst bringing out the natural flavours. The restaurant also lets you select from their impressive collection of European wines to pair with the sustainable seafood dishes and handmade pastas.
With stunning views of Victoria Harbour from the InterContinental Hong Kong hotel in TST, Rech by Alain Ducasse is praised for its seafood. The first outpost outside Paris, Rech has made its way to Hong Kong in order to serve some of the finest French seafood, including lobster, oysters and a variety of seasonal fish.
For those of us buying our seafood at city‘super, you’ll be glad to know that the supermarket will be sourcing their seafood sustainably for the Kin Hong Seafood Festival so that you can be involved and do your part in helping the ocean when making your own home-cooked meals.
Apart from being everyone’s go-to store for furniture and everything home related, IKEA also has its own restaurants in the Kowloon Bay and Sha Tin locations. Unlike the quick grab-and-go food counters at IKEA in Causeway Bay, the IKEA restaurants let you select your food on a tray and then take it to the large sit-down areas for the whole family to enjoy. A popular location to dine with the kids on a weekend, IKEA serves a range of comfort food from its home country of Sweden, including salmon and, on occasion, fillet fish as a meal option (since Nordic seafood is a really big deal).
Located in The Luxe Manor hotel in TST, FINDS is Hong Kong’s first Scandinavian restaurant, serving signature seafood dishes from the Nordic countries in a number of styles. With Scandinavia well known for the top-quality seafood on offer, the award-winning restaurant makes sure to import all the ingredients from Northern Europe.
Cafe at Hyatt Regency in TST offers a wide range of cuisines consisting of salads, a pasta and pizza bar, wok dishes, seafood and more. Despite being a popular choice for its buffet option, the Cafe also offers à la carte dining – although we highly recommend taking advantage of the seafood on ice at the buffet (as well as the dessert counter!).
The luxurious Langham hotel in TST is home to Bostonian Seafood and Grill, known for its menu showcasing lobster and fresh oysters. Seafood Fridays is one of their themed semi-buffet lunches, with fresh seafood served on an ice bar, whilst their Sunday brunch also features imported lobster and chargrilled abalone.
Images are only for reference and do not represent dishes that will be featured at the event. Please contact the restaurants about the sustainable seafood dishes offered.