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Restaurants in Hong Kong come in all price categories, cuisines, and ranges of quality. It is truly a world city. But if you have a special occasion you are celebrating, or this is your last night in Hong Kong and you want something to remember, dine in one of the luxury hotel restaurants that has a scenic view of the harbor. One such restaurant is Yu Restaurant in the Intercontinental Hotel Hong Kong. This menu is mostly seafood, from local waters, and from all over the world. The selection is amazing and the service is impeccable. They'll prepare things anyway you'd like. And the wine list is extensive. The views across from Kowloon to Hong Kong Island at night are incredible. Just be prepared to put out some serious cash or sign a hefty credit card bill. You can also dine at the JW Marriott and Island Shangri-La hotels on Hong Kong Island with views back across to Kowloon. These are also picturesque, especially during Chinese New Year when you can watch the fireworks show move across the harbor.
While dining in Luxury hotels such as IC, Marriot, Shangri-la can give one the satisfaction of enjoying some beautiful harbourview night views, as well as some seafood dishes, this means quite an expensive bill at the end of the meal. And the seafood served in these restaurants cannot be compared to the taste of "FRESH seafood" bought, cooked, and eaten all within the hour at places such as Lei Yue Muen, and Sai Kung City. These two areas are filled with wonderful seafood restaurants that cook seafood in any way you want, steam, fried, raw (sashimi), shabu-shabu (hotpot), stir-fried. The sweetness of the seafood can only be tasted in such ways. Hong Kong is famous for its wonderful variety of seafood.
Budget: HK$350-400 HKD per person for a VERY fullfilling meal.