Sustainable seafood at Big Bay Cafe
Time Out says
The Kerry Hotel Hong Kong stays sustainable all summer, even for its Father's Day feasts
Sustainability is at the forefront of the menu at Big Bay Café this summer. From now until the end of July, the restaurant is turning out a sustainable seafood buffet every night from 6pm to 9:30pm. As soon as guests arrive, they get a selection of sustainably sourced oysters, procured from the clean waters off Australia's Coffin Bay. Beyond the oysters, there's a huge variety of seafood to enjoy here, including ocean trout, tiger prawns, lobster and mussels – ideal treats for the sweltering Hong Kong summer – in dishes like ocean trout carpaccio and tiger prawn mango salad. Outside, chefs take to the grill, using applewood and cherry wood chips to impart the seafood with some smokiness, while inside the kitchen team offers sustainable seafood in a medley of pan-Asian flavours, from Indian curries to Thai-style baked fish and Chinese soy-glazed and wok-fried clams. On Father's Day, the café offers all dads a pint of Peroni on the house before the lunch and dinner feasts, too.