In Hong Kong, there are a lot of seafood restaurant. And the price of seafood will very with season, varieties, source, so general, the quotation of seafood may change sometimes. Please ask before you decide to enjoy your meal in a seafood restaurant. If you bring seafood with you to go to a restaurant, It generally charges for the "processing". Some restaurants charges according to the pax, others according to the weight of seafood. Here TCT would like to introduce some best sea food restaurants in Hong Kong for you to start your gourmet exploration in this metropolis.
Hong Kong Island
• Hang Fook Lau Seafood Restaurant
Add: 3/F, Prudential Hotel, 216-228A Nathan Road,, Tsim Sha Tsui
This restaurant offers fine seafood and it enjoy great locations in this city.
• Aberdeen Fish Market Canteen
Add: 102 Shek Pai Wan Road, Aberdeen
Aberdeen Fish Market Canteen is opened by Ar Lo, is quite a gem because of its location and opening hours. Opened at the crack of dawn, the unassuming Aberdeen Fish Market Canteen sets up shop to mostly serve the folk who work around the fish market. If you can score a table for lunch, do so because here is where you will be able to nosh on the best seafood in town, which the restaurant snags from the market, for bargain prices.
• Lobster Bar and Grill
Add: Level 6, Island Shangri-La Hong Kong, Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road, Central, Hong Kong, China
Diners enjoy savoring an evening cocktail at the Lobster Bar and Grill before sampling its delectable seafood and grill, which showcases an innovative dining menu and a vibrant social ambience. The bar features live performances every Monday to Saturday.
• Jumbo Floating Kingdom Restaurant
Add: Wong Chuk Hang - Aberdeen, Hong Kong, China
Those who visit the Aberdeen area, Hong Kong, they should not miss the massive Jumbo Kingdom Restaurant, which is one of the world's largest floating restaurants. It is refurbished to look like an imperial palace and serves a selection of more than 100 kinds of Chinese dishes. The signature food here fresh lobster salad, steamed garoupa, and flamed drunken shrimp. Be prepared to face the hustle and bustle that encapsulates Hong Kong's busy city life while dining here.
• Hee Kee Fried Crab Expert
Add: ShopA2-3,G/F,Lockhart House,441Lockhart Road, Causeway Bay
Tel: +852 2838 8565
Hee Kee is one of the most famous typhoon-sheltered seafood places that originates from the boat dwellers that used to live in Causeway Bay and are made with black beans, garlic and chili. What make this restaurant outstanding is the stately wooden furnishings and the excellent chilli crab, a favorite with local celebrities and even French culinary giant Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
Signature Dish includes Salad Spareribs, Stir fried clam, Bombay Duck with Salt and Chilli, Stir fried Crab, Noddles with Crab Oil, Mantis Prawn with Salt and Chilli.
• Lei Yue Mun Seafood Restaurant
Add: Southeast of Youtang, Kwun Tong District, Hong Kong, China
How to get there: take MTR to Tau Kong, get out of the station through Exit A2, then transfer to green minibus 24 and get off at Sam Ka Tsuen.
When most people talk about Lei Yue Mun they are thinking of the seafood restaurants on the Kowloon side and the Seafood Bazaar. Lei Yun Mun was once a small fishing village that netted a name for itself thanks to its fishing fleet and seafood markets. Locals used to arrive and pick out their favorite fish at the market, before taking the victim to a local restaurant for execution.
• Super Star Seafood Restaurant
Add: 1/F, Tsimshatsui Mansion, 83-97 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Super Star Seafood Restaurant is famous for its stonefish and royal crab specialties. This restaurant has introduced more than 10 inventive cooking ideas for this fish. Signature dishes like Fried Stonefish Ball and Stonefish in Two Styles (Fried with Egg White & Deep-fired with Garlic) along with other preparations including poached, steamed, deep-fried and stir-fried round out its extraordinary stonefish menu.
• Very Good Seafood Restaurnat
Add: 90-94 Nathan Road, Hong Kong, China
• The Luxurious Ming Court
If you would like to blow the budget and enjoy what is regarded by the majority of people to be the best seafood in the metropolis, then you can visit to the Luxurious Ming Court. This restaurant is in Cantoneses-tyle in the Langham Hotel in Mong Kok. It is famous for its wide and varied delicious seafood selection, which is regarded as the jewel in its crown. The restaurant has two coveted Michelin stars and an incredibly expensive and luxurious décor too. One could expect to pay up to HKD 900 for a dinner, depending on what you choose on the menu, but it will definitely be a meal you’ll never forget.
New Territories Island
• Chuen Kee Seafood Restaurant
Add: 87-89 Man Nin Street, Sai Kung, Hong Kong, China
How to get there: Take the MTR to Choi Hung (Kwun Tong line), exit through at Exit C2, walk a couple feet forward, and take bus 92 or 96R at the bus stop (arrives every 5 minutes), and get off at the end of the line after a 25 minute bus ride.
Chuen Kee Seafood Restaurant is a seafood restaurant sited at Sai Kung area in northern Hong Kong, about an hour subway and bus ride from tourist central Tsim Tsa Tsui. It is famous for having a multitude of seafood. If you come in the right time, you can see local fisherman return with their catch of the day and sell straight off their boats. It has enormous tanks full of exotic seafood. You can go to the tank, select your items, and they are cooked for you in the style you choose. It cannot get any fresher. You pay by the weight of the items plus a per person cooking charge.
• Sai Kung
On Sai Kung, Hong Kong, it is not only a good place to enjoy the nature scenery, but also a paradise for you to eat seafood. In Sai Kung, a quite long seafood street can be found beside the beach, very busy. And there are many seafood restaurants on the both sides of the street. Walk through the street, you will see many of tanks is full of all kinds of seafood. The benefit to enjoy your seafood feast here is that the seafood is fresh and made-to-order. The seafood can be made according to your taste. In addition, the seafood price here is much cheaper than the downtown.
Lamma Island in Hong Kong is not the collection location of seafood, and there are not as many seafood restaurant as in Sai Kung. But in Lamma Island, a restaurant named “Tian Hong Sedco Square” or “Rainbow Seafood Restaurant” is quite popular with the locals and tourists. It claims to be the largest open air restaurant in the area, making it the ideal destination for low key evening dining. There is a saying goes: there are two must eat food in Lamma Island, one is the jellied bean curd, another is seafood in “Tian Hong Sedco Square”.
The restaurant even has its own ferries to shuttle its dinner guests back and forth from Central and Tsim Sha Tsui to Lamma Island, making eating here very easy and hassle free.