Superb fresh seafood with a light taste. Staff are frantic but when you catch one are helpful. Very light and clean surroundings.
You may wish to take a jumper in spring/autumn.
The free ferry across (when you book in advance) is an experience.
Favorite Dish: Scallops with ginger and spring onion are to die for. Tender and tastey.
On Lamma Island, we took a boat there & had a very yummy seafood dinner. The setting is very special, for we were sitting near the ocean. There is almost any seafood you could think of, including lobster, shrimp, crab, abalone, clams, giant Thailand shrimp etc.
The food tasted really good, but I question the cleaniness of the kitchen.
There is a ferry operating from Queen's Pier that goes to Rainbow Seafood Restaurant at Lamma Island. It is free of charge. Please visit the website for more information & timetables.
Favorite Dish: The lobster was my favourite because:
1) First, it was Australian Lobster, much tastier than Boston Lobster
2 )The sauce really tickled my tastebuds
3) The lobster's meat had a distinctive freshness to it.
Other favourites include:
steamed clams, mouthwatering crab, Thai shrimp, abalone & oyster ....
What is the best way to treat your friends? "Enjoy seafood and Go cruising" can well be an illustration to the wonderful moment while they are staying in Hong Kong - the Gourmet Paradise.
Very original feel, eating fresh seafood a natural country side with a free boat ride. Good quality, moderate priced.
Rainbow Seafood Restaurant was among the first batch of restaurants to be awarded the "Quality Tourism Services Decal" in 2000. This award reconfirms our assurance both in the quality of food and service.
Favorite Dish: Steam Bamboo Clam with Garlic. Deep Fried Sliced Squids. Boiled Medium Prawns. Ice Fish Omlete. Deep Fried Saulty Bombay Duck (fish).
VTer vigi led me and my wife to this restaurant for a VT meeting.
It's located near the harbour on Lamma Island where you can go there behind Hongkong Island by the boat which is run by the restaurant from Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon.
The open-air style restaurant looked like as it was in a fish market.
Fried crubs with frizzled garlic, shrimps, fish with oyster sauce... ummmmm... yummy!