If you decide to take the leisurely, 40 minute ferry ride to Lamma Island, you’ll be struck by the number of seafood restaurants as soon as you walk ashore. Managers stand as hawkers, trying to get you to sit down and order a beer, then eventually, a full meal. Avoid them. Walk about 15 stalls down the row to the Lamma Hilton. No relation to the hotel chain, this casual, seaside cafe has loads of fresh tanks up front, proffering razor clams and enormous prawns. Get them all. As many as you can eat, because seafood rarely gets fresher (and more simply cooked) than this.
26 Sok Kwu Wan Second St Lamma Island, Hong Kong; (852) 2982 8290