There’s no shortage of good food in Hong Kong. From Michelin-starred restaurants to local gems and must-eats, this city is a dining paradise filled with eateries from every cuisine imaginable. Since the pandemic, however, many are looking for new and exciting experiences to try. With this in mind, we’ve found the most unique dining experiences to try in Hong Kong.
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Sampan Seafood Dinner
One of the last remaining floating restaurants: Shun Kee Typhoon Shelter is a traditional sampan dining experience in Causeway Bay. The seafood restaurant was featured on Anthony Bourdain’s No Reservations, in which the chef spoke highly of the spicy typhoon shelter crab, however, expect other seafood dishes such as clams in black bean sauce and the signature crab oil stir-fried noodles in the six-course dinner.
Humid with a Chance of Fishballs also holds guided tours to Causeway Bay’s typhoon shelter, while Saffron Cruises organise fine-dining sampan tours with a three-course meal that starts from the Aberdeen Boat Club.