Rating: 4.5/5 ( well worth the trip)
Atmosphere: We had lunch near the kitchen. It was a big table and we have all the space to ourselves. It probably wasn’t a good judge of the entire restaurant as they had an entire upper floor that we did not get to view it.
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Menu: Available in English. You can also buy your catch from the fishermen by the seaside and bring for them to cook. But I just ordered directly from the restaurant.
Average Price: HKD 300
Service: Quite average. Not particularly impressionable.
What to order: Their scallops with garlic. The best!
They are usually crowded, so I advise making a booking before going down. You can find their number on open rice link below.
Restaurant opening hours/address:
49 Market Street, Sai Kung, they close at 4pm for lunch and reopen for dinner again. So don’t miss their lunch service.
Link to Openrice
**Always check for the latest restaurant address as they tend to relocate often.**
Its not that easy to spot this little find, you will need to walk a bit. Its nested among other restaurants at the back alley of all the other big players that side by sea.
Their fish soup is delicious. You can’t taste the fish bits as its all puree into the soup. The soup is also very sweet.
The scallops are so sweet, so light, so fresh. This is my best dish of the meal.
I find the cheese lobster average.
And the noodles not bad but quite average.
Definitely seafood is their strength. Scallops and fish soup is recommended.
The difference between Singapore and HK seafood cuisine is quite big. Singapore style is packed with flavors and spices and chili. Hong Kong style of cooking seafood is simple, subtle and fresh flavors.