Sai Kung Promenade and Seafood Street, Hong Kong

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  • i saw some boat park at the port and sell their seafood,fresh seafood, lot of restaurant to choose,you can buy the seafood and give to the restaurant to cook for you  more »
  • Minibus ride from Mong Kok 40-entire seaside resort city in about 50 minutes to arrive are resorts in scenic spots, but we do not know non-seafood dishes. Go to here in a large group of people can be at seafood Cup. Combination of ingredients in seasoning, not above or below. Say too much food, too much ask for always eating the luxury! It was flagrantly even abalone. But on the way back with a full stomach is overcome with drowsiness. Speed when descending the mountain path that a minibus and G is also one specialty may ^ ^
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  • Hong Kong Island Railway to the North Point station to the Hang Hau Station and then transfer to the 101M west of the dedicated light bus no more than 20 minutes to the west of the pier to park a lot of selling seafood boat live chaos the jumping stone class big lobster dragon Lobster Bob fish to buy namely takes to the nearby wine floor processing on the sea seat face to the sunset slanting sun to sail a little seafood meal to be easy to walk the life happy matter
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  • Definitely a tourist attraction. If you go to any restaurants by the pier, you can enjoy a nice and relaxing view. The food quality depends, but you can enjoy a large variety of seafood, which is cooked in Chinese style. I guess visiting the "comprehensive" seafood restaurants in Sai Kung, you are seeing (or eating) most of the precious seafood in the world. There are other interesting local restaurants not serving seafood, and they are actually also present in the same street or street corners around it.
  • The last time I visited was a big disappointment. They used to be very good. The famous deep fried urine shrimp was very famous and very good. But no good this time. No wonder there were so many empty tables there.
  • Sai Kung is probably one of the nicest destination to be for dining plenty of them with the freshest seafood. As well has lots of little alleys with shops and little eateries, cozy to walk around. What makes Sai Kung so special well it is the most dog friendly destination within Hong Kong. Must go not only over the weekends
  • Sai kung Seafood Street is just next to the sea, Which if you choose to eat seafood in those restaurants along the harbour it will be really relaxing. These Seafood restaurants sell nearly all kinds of common seafood in Hong Kong including Clams, Shrimps, Fishes, Squid. If you don't really fancy seafood, you can also order other kinds of dishes in those restaurants as their food quality is high. Try to go there during the weekdays as Sai Kung is very popular with tourists and you may not be able to grab a seat in those budy seafood restaurants.
  • You may find a lot of options for seafood meals here. Most of the seafood served are fresh and local with a wide range of choices, from large gropers to mantis shrimps. The average spending per head is HKD200 to HKD300. Cash and credit cards are accepted for payment. The staff can communicate fluently in Cantonese and Mandarin, but possess limited English speaking skills.

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