These are small and white with a faint grey tinge to them. Moderately bouncy, they also have a rather floury, cloying texture. Although they taste quite strongly of fish, it's more the dried...
3/F Century Square
1-13 D'Aguilar Street, Central
Tel: 2537 6238
Open: 11.30am-10.30pm (Friday and Saturday until 11pm)
Price: about HK$350...
The River Cottage Fish Book
By Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Nick Fisher
Fish vendors at Beijing's biggest seafood market have been using a dental treatment that is believed to have a tranquilising effect to help reduce fish deaths and injuries during transport,...
Shop C, 49 Graham Street, Central
Tel: 2526 4828
Open: Monday-Saturday noon-10.30pm
Price: about HK$400 without drinks and the service charge....
Seafood is the largest source of potentially harmful dioxin-based toxins in the diet of Hongkongers, according to a major food study conducted by the Centre for Food Safety.
3/F Parekh House, 63-65 Wyndham Street, Central
Tel: 2537 5555
Open: noon-2.30pm, 6pm-10.30pm
Price: about HK$500 without drinks and the service...
A guilt-free guide to eating from our oceans is provided on Casson Trenor's blog, Sustainable Sushi (sustainablesushi.net).
Hong Kong people sure love their seafood.
Whether it's junk parties, white sandy beaches or wilderness safaris ... time flies when you're having fun. High summer is almost at an end, but it's never too late to reminisce about the good...
What the fish?
Jonathan asks: I have a seafood allergy. What should I eat to give me the nutrients I lack?
Wynnie says: Seafood allergies are the most common type of food allergy and are usually...