Fish Restaurants in Hong Kong

Hong Kong and its fish restaurants

As you'd expect from one of the world's greatest port cities, Hong Kong has fish restaurants that are second to none. This is a city where dining is an event, and where delicious, succulent fish is plated within hours of being caught. Hong Kong's fish restaurants come in all shapes and sizes, from tiny stalls to gleaming modern builds, and while there's no lack of high-class dining options, many of the best fish restaurants in Hong Kong are unassuming, down to earth places with plastic chairs or even crates to sit on. Don't be fooled by these rough exteriors though, you're in for a treat.

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Sai Kung

Cull ’N Pistol

Sai Wan Ho

Cheung Fat Seafood Restaurant - 長發海鮮酒家- 鰂魚涌店

Quarry Bay
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    Bring your own food to fish restaurants in Hong Kong

    There are numerous Hong Kong fish restaurants that favour this charming local custom of bringing your own food. First you'll want to head to one of the city's many thriving fish markets to see what's good, before buying and taking your booty to the eatery of your choice. Hand it over to the kitchen staff and they'll whip up something dazzling out of your own raw ingredients.
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    Hong Kong fish restaurants: a wealth of shellfish

    Wherever you go in Hong Kong, the mouthwatering, punchy smell of shellfish is never far away. You can count on Hong Kong's fish restaurants for some wonderful signature dishes that make use of such shellfish, whether it's black mussels in wine sauce, steamed shrimp, braised clams, deep-fried octopus or chilli crab. Many eateries even have portable grills where they'll prepare scallops and lobster at your table or give you an impromptu cooking lesson. Browse Quandoo for the best seafood in Hong Kong.
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    Dining excursions to Hong Kong fish restaurants

    If you love to eat your seafood on the water for that extra touch of authenticity then you should direct your steps to the Aberdeen fish market, where you'll find floating Hong Kong fish restaurants the size of palaces. Alternatively, catch a boat from the Causeway Bay Pier and take a trip out to an eatery anchored in the harbour. Meanwhile, some of the very best fish restaurants in Hong Kong are located just outside the city limits, like in the picturesque fishing village of Lei Yun Mun, for example, the laid-back seaside resort of Sai Kung or the villages of Lamma Island.