Po Toi is one of the more difficult islands to get to in Islands District, but it’s worth the effort for the joy of dining at 30-year-old Ming Kee Seafood Restaurant. Occasional ferries depart from Aberdeen and Stanley on Hong Kong Island’s south side, or arrive by private or chartered junk. Once there, feast on seaweed soup with egg and dried shrimp, deep-fried freshly caught squid with salt, pepper and garlic, and other Chinese dishes at affordable prices while relaxing on the restaurant's rustic wooden deck. Wash it all down with a bottle of beer or two. Remember to book your table in advance.