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Lei Yu Mun Fish Market, Hong Kong

(3.7/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web)
For a glimpse of the traditions of ordinary fishing villagers, and to sample some fresh and delicious seafood, head to Lei Yu Mun Fish Market. Since the 1960s, locals and tourists have flocked here due to its reputation for alfresco seafood dining. Select a fresh fish of your choice from one of the many market stalls here, then simply take it to a local restaurant, where they will cook it for you in a traditional style, to be eaten outside while watching the harbor. Use our Hong Kong vacation planner to visit Lei Yu Mun Fish Market on your trip to Hong Kong, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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TripAdvisor
  • Is the place to get food in the dining room near the ingredients you want to buy, on both sides of the little side streets lined with the seafood Shoppe (carry-on). Is recommended for those who enjoy seafood cuisine by taxi or MRT transfer wherever possible, so in a few friends and family rooms are very comfortable. In plain English, even those who speak Chinese would understand, I was allowed to cook.
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  • It is an experience for a gourmet in any case. Shortcoming is that better takes a local specialist. A fish can cost $500 or even, but then this is a market price or the Chinese have left so. I had chosen thank God 8 courses in the aquariums a helper while and me, then big-time has prepared an opposite restaurant.
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  • I couldn't recommend this place. Dishonest and couldn't get a straight answer on price of seafood. They changed scales and made every excuse possible. The sweet and sour pork had practically NO pork i...  more »
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  • Similar to Sai Kung, this fishing village is notorious for its seafood. Take a walk around the lake at night, experience the city of lights.
  • its a good place for seafood
  • Seafood is delicious if you find the right restaurant
  • Too expensive for fair quality seafood
  • Great place for seafood