When diners want a sunset alternative to Lantau’s over-populated The Stoep or the super-remote One-Thirty-One in Sai Kung, The Bay restaurant in Mo Tat Wan on Lamma Island is a good one to explore. The only way to get there is by ferry from Aberdeen’s Fish Market, sampan, or a 20-minute hike in. Once there, take in the gorgeous water views and warm sunsets at one of their family-sized tables. The bi-lingual menu features fresh-fresh seafood Mediterranean style. Fresh mussels steamed in white wine shallots sauce, bouillabaisse, grilled prawns with cherry tomatoes, sardines with pine nuts and parsley to name just a few dishes to look forward to. Great chops as well. There’s a private beach (golden and clean) right outside the back deck to frolic around. And if you go during the daytime, take a stroll to nearby Tung O, the tiny village where Chow Yun-Fat comes from.
|Venue name:||The Bay||Contact:|
7 Beach Front, Mo Tat Wan
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sun 11am-10pm|
|Price:||Meal for two: around $600|