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Went there for fun . The variety of seafood is amazing. We are just not sure the right price to pay but in the end, the cost is a lot cheaper than having seafood in hk. The cooking style is not bad. Some dishes are...More
So we went on boxing day 2018, we didn't do any research before hitting the market so we just asked the taxi driver to drop us off at the most popular restaurant in the area. We went into the restaurant and the staff were arranging...More
There are many good seafood restaurants here. We come here whenever a group of friends feel like having a feast. We used to pick the seafood at the adjacent seafood stalls and bring them to the restaurant to cook. Now we trust a good manager...More
A wide selection of fresh seafood to choose. Need to bargain for good prices . Stall owners can be very aggressive . Suggest to walk and choose the best one . Brought the fresh seafood to one of the restaurant to cook . The food...More
Its okay for experience purpose as it is so expensive and got to go through bargaining purpose. I mean really bargain and after all when you pay, you actually don't know how much for each item. The second headache is how much will the restaurant...More
Seafood market with restaurants to prepare the seafood you select. There is a row of restaurants and behind the restaurant are the seafood vendors. The restaurant will help manage the seafood. You can bargain with the vendors on the price. All the seafood is live...More
This place has three components:
- Seafood market with a variety of species. I pictures some nice shots here.
- The restaurants, mostly of the same seafood. I did not try them.
- A roofed market of dried seafood. Nothing to do there, unless you...More
Very interesting place for visiting, never have seen anything like this. But mind the quality of the fish and your knowledge and experience choosing them alive as you might catch any local fish disease... Better ask the locals, do not trust the sellers.