F for Fishteria

Restaurant number two to be ticked off the list was Fishteria in Wan Chai.

Despite the fabulous weather brought on by a slightly late-in-the-season T3, most of us made it to the restaurant without being drenched.

The food more than made up for the weather, and it was rather a treat to be served by staff with very strong opinions around the best dishes on the menu (and they never steered us wrong!).

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Two members of the group joined in to order the grilled seafood platter for two (that did it’s job and then some), while a third when for the highly-recommended sea bass cooked in salt.

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Lots of salt!

Desserts were also a hit, the coconut tart with chocolate icecream set off a rather amusing discussion on the various ‘Bounty’ chocolate bar adverts people had grown up with, while the fruit and nuts provided a delicious hit of Frangelico and berries in a post-dinner cocktail.

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Weather luck ran out as we were leaving, the heavens opened…

Overall verdict, well worth the rain, we’ll be going back!

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A-Z of Restaurants – The Proposed List

So, here’s our first A-Z, Hong Kong restaurants to try out, no real time frame, we’ll just get to them when we can so this could take a while…

Akari – Sushi
Belgica – Seafood
Clipper Lounge – Moët Rosé Sunday Brunch first weekend of every month
Drunken Duck – British / Asian Fusion
El Mercado – Peruvian / Japanese Fusion
Fishteria – Fish & Seafood
Grassroots Pantry – Vegetarian
Hello Kitty – Dim Sum
Issaya Siamese Club – Thai
Jrink – Tea House
Kinsale – Comfort Food
La Paloma – Spanish
Momojein – Korean
Noodlemi – Vietnamese Noodle Bar
The Optimist – Spanish
Plat du Jour – French Bistro
Quayside – International / Bistro
Restoration – Creole
Soland – Vegan / Vegetarian
TRi – Balinese
URA – Japanese
Viet Kitchen – Vietnamese
Wooloomooloo Steakhouse – Steakhouse
Xia Fei Society – Shanghaiese
YunYan Sichuan – Sichuan
Zuma – Japanese / Champagne Brunch