A sunny day in Mid December - where better to enjoy a spot of open air lunch iverlooking the harbour in Sai Kung! Ceasar salads were a bit on the small side but French onion soup and bbq squid were good and tasty.
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Popped in late afternoon on a lovely sunny day. We had mushroom soup followed by fish and chips. Both dishes well cooked and are reasonably priced as was the wine and beer on offer. However, our server had serious attitude problems. It appeared to us...More
This small waterfront restaurant serves a good fish & chips. The large portion has 3 pieces of fish and the standard portion has two. Both include fried chunk chips, UK style. The meal was tasty and reminded us of home. Inside the restaurant you can...More
Since our last visit, we returned and we had another great lunch. The fish and chips served, are well prepared, hot, moist, crispy, together with an awesome tartar sauce. We ordered a burger well prepared too, hot on a warm bum, with smothered onions. Service...More
Came across this place on the Sai Kung Waterfront! It really is tucked away down the back! Well worth the stroll :) Two pieces was so filling. Chips were yum and tartar was delish! Next step: would've loved a lemon slice! So much sugar in...More
Located at the water front in Sai Kung this small and well established fish & chips outlet, serves one of the most authentic version of the chippy in Hong Kong. The fish is fresh, well coated and not fat all at all, served with an...More
This is a truly local fish and chips place by Saikung harbor, next to a Michelin seafood restaurant, with seating fora dozen or so. The store opens from noon to 6 pm (basically just lunch and tea). Decor is minimal but clean. I ordered ham...More