Fishermen have lived in Sai Kung since the 14th century, first on vessels bobbing in sheltered inlets, and then in villages on the shore. While the district has urbanised since then, the area’s affinity for quality seafood remains strong. Some of the restaurants boast Michelin stars, and Seafood Street is a popular source of fresh seafood for many dining establishments throughout the rest of Hong Kong.
The bright crimson and gold facade of this three-storey, Michelin-starred establishment quickly catches the eye, but it’s the perfectly braised fish, sautéed clams and wide assortment of abalone that you will stay for. If you’re after a quieter meal, book a seat at its hidden alfresco area. Private dining rooms are also available.
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