Spring Buffet Ideas for Seafood Lovers
Ultimate seafood lovers could consume seafood in every season. It is a good suggestion for them to have seafood buffet so that they can enjoy a variety of seafood selections including lobsters, crab legs, oysters, Sashimi and scallops in one meal. Here is the editor’s pick for the newly introduced seafood buffet menus.

The Saturday-exclusive seafood buffet The Habourside

The 5-star Harbourside restaurant is well-known for value-for-money buffets. Since March, it launches the special seafood dinner buffet called the Seafood Extravangaza on every Saturday. The restaurant provides huge supply of fresh scallops, red crabs, octopuses, Spanner crabs, shrimps, lobsters, Brown crabs, Boston lobsters, Alaska Red Wing crab legs, mussels and Crystal Whelks in both hot and cold servings. It also has more expensive choices like uni, abalones, oysters, Spain red shrimps, tunas and Chinese Zebra shrimps. There’s free geoduck clam sashimi for each customers. Although it costs nearly $900 per person, it’s still worth it because of the seafood quality.

Available time: 1st round (5:00p.m.-8:00p.m.); 2nd round (8:30p.m.-11:00p.m.)
Price: $898/1 (adult); $628/1 (children in age 3-11)
Tel:2313 2323

Caribbean seafood buffet The Chef's Table

Although the Chef’s Table is not the most popular buffet restaurant in town, its buffet is well-known for high quality among people living nearby. The restaurant has launched the Caribbean seafood buffet starting from April. Apart from South American style appetizer and main course, the cold seafood serving will have special sauce for each kind of seafood. For instance, lobster served cold with an exotic chili sauce and blue mussels with caper lemon sauce. It brings out the freshness of seafood.

Available time: 1 April – 30 June (6:00p.m.-9:30p.m.)
Price: $498/1 (adult); $358/1 (children)
Tel:3983 0688

The crab buffet Cafe Marco

Good news for crab lovers! The crab buffet from Cafe Marco is now available until end of May. You can choose the appetizer among different types of crabs, including , Red Wing crab from Alaska, Queen crab from Japan, Brown crab rom France, Mud crab from Vietnam, soft-shell crab and stone crab. Crab lovers will definitely love this opportunity to taste 7 types of crabs in buffet. Indeed, the buffet also provides crabs cooked in traditional Asian style. It includes fried crabs with ginger and scallion; fried crabs with black bean sauce, fried crabs in Singaporean style and fried crabs with X.O. sauce.

Available time: 6:30p.m. – 10:00p.m.
Price: $528/1 (adult) ; $298/1 (children)
Tel:2113 3912

Grilled 10-inch jumbo shrimp LIS Café

Lis Cafe, located at Wong Chuk Hang, is a popular place for buffet despite its inconvenient location. The dinner buffet has more than 60 dishes to choose. The seafood appetizer has Red Wing crabs from Alaska and jumbo shrimps from Iceland. Although it has little variety of seafood choices compared to other restaurants mentioned, both belong to high price seafood. Customers can have grilled 10-inch jumbo shrimp for free and can choose the cooking method. It can either be cooked in Chinese style or baked with black truffle pate. You can also enjoy half-price discount for two people during promotion period and it has the cheapest price for buffet among the 4 restaurants mentioned.

Avaiable Time:1 April – 30 May (6:30p.m.-9:30p.m)
Tel:3938 8833

Translation: Natalie

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