Went with my parents as it was a recommendation. The restaurant is part of a so called fisher village. In true it is a concentration of fish mongers and restaurants. The concept is you buy the fish and the restaurant cooks it for you. If you go without knowing the actual fish prices you will pay a high price. (One fish,3 tiger prawns and a hand size crab 75 euro) also you should know local cooking style. We ende up with the usual fair that you can get in any chinese seafood restaurant on the planet. Best is you have a local accompany you to avoid such unhappiness. The taste and ambienture was mediocre nothing special to it. I am rather convinced you can spend a nicer seafood dinner elsewhere in Hong Kong.
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