Sai Kung’s best fish restaurants

Catch of the day
Kylie Chan rounds up Sai Kung’s best seafood restaurants

Sing Kee 

Michelin starred restaurant, Sing Kee has been offering fresh seafood from the waters of Sai Kung for the past 10 years. Customers are able to enjoy Cantonese delights, such as steamed garlic abalone, deep fried tofu and Mantis shrimp (known as the urinating shrimp) prepared by experienced chefs. A popular dish at Sing Kee is the cheesy lobster noodles with a twist, using rice vermicelli noodles instead of e-fu. 

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Chuen Kee

Located along the waterfront, Chuen Kee is an eye-catching seafood restaurant with golden decor with an alfresco seating area overlooking the water. Diners can enjoy a variety of seafood dishes made with freshly caught ingredients everyday. 

Loaf On

Established in 2006, Loaf On was honoured a Michelin Star in 2010 by the for its unique technique and home-cooking recipes with fresh seafood. The signature chilli pepper crispy skin chicken is one of the most popular dishes so be sure to pre-order it when making a reservation.

Camden Town

While this may not be the seafood you were expecting, this British style restaurant serves up classic fish and chips which has remained their best selling dish for the past 14 years. 

Thai Dao

Enjoy Northern Thai food served by skilled Thai chefs along the seaside of Tai Mong Tsai Beach. Along with classic Thai dishes including green curry and pad thai, the restaurant also has an extensive seafood menu featuring mud crab, prawns, clams and mussels. 

Big Fish Seafood and Grill

If you’re dining with non-seafood lovers, Big Fish Seafood and Grill serves a range of other dishes including ribs and salads to cater to everyone’s preferences. The restaurant also has a special oyster promotion where diners can receive two glasses of prosecco free with every dozen oysters ordered. 

Top tip

Fancy cooking some fresh seafood at home? 

Head over to the Sai Kung Public Pier and buy the catch of the sea from local fishermen on their boats.

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