Sai Kung may be best known for its local seafood joints, but we'll happily shine a light on the city's only Sri Lankan restaurant. Housed in a quaint, cottagelike structure, AJ's rolls out regional delicacies from the South Asian island country—if you haven't tried it before, Sri Lankan cuisine shares similarities with its neighboring countries though there are some distinct differences in the use of spices and cooking techniques. Definitely order the pittu—a
mound of coconut-perfumed rice meal that marries particularly well with AJ's vegetarian curries. We're also fans of any string hopper (shredded, steamed rice flour dough) dish that's tossed in a wok with diced meats and spices.