Hong Kong Restaurants

Ko Lau Wan Hotpot and Seafood Restaurant

  • 21–23 Hillwood Rd. Map It
  • Tsim Sha Tsui
  • Chinese

Published 02/08/2016

Fodor's Review

Anyone seeking an authentic hot-pot experience need look no farther than Ko Lau Wan. Locals flock here for the tender beef and seafood that you cook at your table in a piping-hot pot of broth. The soup selection is quite extensive, but the satay broth and the fish stock with crab are particularly tasty. The owner comes from a fishing village in the New Territories, so there’s no wonder the cuttlefish, shrimp balls, sea urchin, amberjack, and abalone are all so tantalizingly fresh. The adventurous should try the geoduck, a giant clam popular among Hong Kongers, which can be eaten raw with soy sauce and wasabi or slightly cooked in soup.

Restaurant Information


1st fl., 21–23 Hillwood Rd., Kowloon, n/a Hong Kong, Hong Kong

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Restaurant Details:

  • No lunch

Published 02/08/2016


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