Address: Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong, HK
Named after its geographical locale (the channel that separates Hong Kong from Kowoon), this seafood mecca is part quaint fishing village, part bustling bazaar. The area first became popular in the ’60s, when it was customary for shoppers to select their fillets directly from fishmongers, and watch as they were cooked up right before their eyes. Today, dishes are prepared more formally but—rest assured—they’re just as fresh!
Hong Kong, OUTDOOR