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We took the ding ding tram to 93E and walked 10 mins to the Sai Wan Ho ferry pier. From there we took the Sam Ka Tsuen ferry (there are two going to different destinations so be careful). The market is a maze of winding...More
I love Hong Kong and always looking for new adventures. I made friends to to Lei Yue Wan for an evening of fresh seafood and it was a blast. None of them (all from HK) had ever been so it was an experience for all....More
Initially me and my friend thought of going Sha Tin for seafood but the grab driver recommended Lei Yue Mun.there are lots of fresh seafood where we pick our own seafood and the restaurant will help to cook it. We prefered to just ordered from...More
Lei Yue Mun is famous for their seafood and the experience is as good as the food. There are restaurants in Lei Yue Mun that cooks the seafood that you select. For the regulars, we have a restaurant that we go to and we tell...More
After enjoying the famous seafood restaurant, just take few mins walk to the harbour side, you will see lot of old wooden resident building and local food store. I love the sea side, you can see the beautiful Hong Kong Island East, and some local...More
Lei Yue Mun is a place or area well known for the seafood restaurants.
Seafood shops and restaurants are all over the place. From the selection of seafood, cooking style to the way the dishes are served, they are 100% local local. To be exact,...More
This is a nice place to take a walk in the late afternoon. There are old style provision shops and many stalls selling a wide array of live seafood kept in tanks where one can buy seafood and have it cooked at the restaurants in...More
Even in fancy restaurants, most food are not live but not in Hong Kong Lei Yue Mun. One walks onto rows of sea food stalls selling not only fish and prawns live but also octopus and geoduck as well. These are swimming in tanks and...More
I go to the seafood restaurant several times a year. The prices have been up over the years. But the quality never disappoints me. When my overseas come to Hong Kong, I will take them here for dinner. We always have good time here.