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, Hong Kong

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Restaurant Details:

  • No lunch

Published 02/08/2016


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