In a city reputed for its seafood deliciousness this restaurant towers far above the rest as the place to dine for marine dishes. Shandong, Yangzhou and Cantonese are the main influences equating to an array of spicy dishes, with an emphasis on garlic and soy sauce. Scallops, sea cucumbers, prawns, red porgy and conch are just a few of its expected dishes. The menu is pricey, but few diners ever complain. Reservations are suggested, especially if you want to snare a window table affording postcard type views of the beach.
- Feature: Romantic;Dine with a View