Cafe des Artistes, ToTT's, Yu Seafood is good any time of the year, but in the summer it is even better because it tends to be light and tasty. The latest best deal in town is from Cafe des Artistes (1/F, California Tower, 30-32 D'Aguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Central, 2526 3880), where for $200 per person or $360 for two, you can feast on a platter of Australian Yabbi, Tasmanian oysters, Dutch mussels, medium-sized clams, whelks and fresh shrimps, served with the restaurant's secret tartar sauce and shallot vinegar. Seafood dinner with a view would not be a bad idea either. That is what is on offer at ToTT's Asian Grill & Bar (The Excelsior Hong Kong, 281 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, 2837 6786), where a modern Australian seafood menu is on this month and next. It includes dishes such as prawns wrapped in pancetta on chilled cucumber soup with a tomato olive oil sorbet and grilled half rock lobster with rum BBQ sauce and spiced potato wedges. May and June are also the last two months for Yu restaurant(InterContinental Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, 2721 1211), which is closing to make way for NOBU. Over the past 13 years this seafood destination has created a number of classic dishes. On July 1 it will host a farewell dinner featuring a six-course menu highlighting these classics ($1,988 per person, inclusive of champagne, red and white wine). Prawns wrapped in pancetta from ToTT's Australian seafood fare.Drunken prawns by Yu, at the InterContinental Hong Kong.