King's Restaurant 25 San Hing Praya Street Cheung Chau Tel: 2981 0878 Vibe: The restaurant is located near the sea, a five-minute walk from the pier. It has a patio outside, with shades for customers who fancy a sunny environment. The eatery's interior is a stark contrast to the city's standard cha chaan teng. It is more like a cottage-style family restaurant with a mini-bar to make drinks and small dishes like toast and sandwiches. Grub: Serves iced drinks, fried chicken wings, fried noodles, sandwiches and Chinese-style fish and chips. Who to bring: Your camping friends or anyone who visits Cheung Chau with you. Although the restaurant is quite small, it's warm and cozy and provides takeaways, too. There's a great atmosphere, especially when you are with friends. What's hot: The iced orange juice with lemon is a must. It is one of the restaurant's specialities. The drink is made with freshly-squeezed orange juice topped with slices of zesty lemon. Sure, you can make a fresh orange juice at home, but this one is so amazing, it will energise you and make your visit to Cheung Chau worthwhile. The fish and chips is also very good. The fish is deep fried, and the chips are particularly tasty. The slices of tomato and cucumber are impressively fresh. What's not: Just like the cha chaan teng in town, you may have to share tables with strangers when the restaurant gets busy. Too bad King's doesn't provide business cards to pass on to your friends. The fried chicken leg is another signature dish, but it may be a little overdone. Cost: A large, iced orange juice with lemon costs HK$26; fish and chips is HK$38. The portions are large so you can share the dishes. Expect to spend between HK$50-HK$70 per person.