Freshness is the key to all seafood restaurant since some are quick allergic with seafood. The food chosen here are made freshly from water tank directly to kitchen. You can choose how to cook and what to cook with. Besides, the place itself locates next to the sea; inside, owner try to decorate this place with Chinese calligraphy. To sum up, it's a clean place to go. At the first floor, you can choose to sit outdoors.
Favorite Dish: Lobster noodles of course. This is not really a Chinese dish since they add cream or something dairy, but it's the way Hong Kong food fascinates gluttons, mixing the East and the West hamoniously. Fried crispy crab is another must-try. You can eat with or without the shell, but I always eat the soft shell since it's quite crispy. Steamed abalone is nice and simple, just a little bit soy sauce, you can feel the juciy abalone.
Above all, why I want to go far far away just for a meal, it's cheap!!! We pay HKD 1044 (USD 150-) for six of us and could not finish it.
Chuen Kee Seafood Restaurant is celebrating their 15th anniversary this year, in 2003. It's a restaurant that's been around for a while and they have even opened a second restaurant on Hoi Pong Street (this one), facing the sea.
It's one of the biggest restaurants of seafood on Hoi Pong Street. We can see the many aquariums with fresh seafood in it. We first get a table then we go choose our seafood.
Their menu is translated into Japanese and English.
Favorite Dish: The service is quite efficient and good. The waiters often come to change our plates.
We had several seafood dishes and the best one was the "couteau" steamed with garlic. The couteau was very fresh and "fat". The abalones were from Taiwan but pretty small.
This restaurant has a large variety of seafood compared to other ones.
A lot a lot of seafood to choose
Favorite Dish: We try soya sauce prawn (Si Yao Wong Chau Har), Lobster Sashimi.. Steam abalone..