This place is quite busy for dinner...cuz its not only have fresh seafood with good taste... price is just right!! service is great, all staff are attentive to service and polite.
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HK relatives invited us to this restaurant. Place was very busy. First 3 dishes came fairly quickly. Thereafter, we had to keep reminding waitress about our remaining ordered dishes. The rest of the dishes finally arrived 1.5 hours later! The food was good when it...More
Came here due to a friend's recommendation. Tried to order with the chinese menu and had a few surprises. Do note that they have a english menu!! Anyway the food was good. Would recommend that you try their signature dishes.
We found this restaurant whilst walking through Kowloon and checked the TripAdvisor rating before we entered! We were not disappointed, mostly locals and staff did not speak English that well but menu had English descriptions. We had two seafood dishes and they were delicious! Prices...More
First of all, there are 2 branches, one is listed at the address column (woosung Rd), the another one is at 7F in a shopping mall at the crossroads of Nathan and Austin. We went to the one in the shopping mall, not as big...More
This is a wonderful seafood restaurant in Kowloon, a branch of the original location with the same owner for about forty years. Our friends in Hong Kong, who are true foodies, took us to this lively spot on Nathan Road for dinner. The fish was...More
We stopped here for dinner on our first night in Kowloon. Close to our hotel, this restaurant was a lot of fun. Wash your dishes with tea to start and enjoy the variety. I really liked the squid and the fish filets. The pigeon was...More
We try this out based on the hotel recommendation as a hot spot for local with great seafood. As a couple we ordered a steamed fish, 2 soy sauce prawns and a snowpeas leaves as a vegies dish with 2 steam rice. Total cost 800HKD....More
We love seafood so we were hoping that the good reviews this restaurant receives were correct. It's a BYOB old school seafood place like the No Name in Boston Mass(USA) was in the 80's. Fish so fresh it is still wriggling on the plate -...More