LOCATION: The Intercontinental
I’ve been to a few buffets in my life and let’s just say they all paled in comparison compared to Harbourside. If you are a lover of seafood, this place is a MUST. Fresh lobster, crabs, scallops and prawn, just to name a few of the seafood options. Being allergic to shellfish (just the shell) I only chanced eating half a lobster and some scallops and they were delicious! There were plenty of other non-seafood options though. Roast meats, Indian, salads and boy oh boy was the dessert section amazing!! I also appreciated that all items were labelled if they contained nuts, super helpful! The view was breathtaking too, looking out over Victoria Harbour.
TYPE: Cantonese Dim Sum
LOCATION: The Mira Hotel
Oh my gosh, Cuisine Cuisine was
Temple Street Spicy Crabs
TYPE: Street food? Chinese, Seafood.
LOCATION: The heart of Temple Street Night Markets.
Spicy Crab was a fun surprise. Whilst out at the Night Markets, we were getting hungry and came across Spicy Crab. It was packed with locals and tourists! They have four or five stores all around each other, some with tanks of live seafood. We enjoyed ourself so much we went back a second time!
The first night I wasn’t feeling 100% so I stuck with chicken wings and spring rolls. They were delicious! My travel buddy went with mantis shrimp and garlic scallops. The second time I tried the garlic scallops (pictured in the header image) and by golly were they amazing! The menu is packed full of dishes, I’m talking around 60 different dishes, most have pictures.
This isn’t some fine dining restaurant, its basically street food but with a place to sit. It was tasty and I really enjoyed it, but be aware that it’s all a bit crazy. You’re pushed in to eat and you will have a bit of a wait for food, it might not all come out at once. Also when it comes to seating, the stools aren’t the sturdiest. I found getting