CHOI EATS WITH LIFE BOSS ON A BOAT

EATING ON A BOAT IN HONG KONG!

Dammmnnnn if that doesn’t catch your attention I don’t know what will.  For those that want to experience something unique then try eating at the Shun Kee Typhoon Shelter!

Yes that’s right. It’s a Typhoon Shelter.

To get here all you need is google map. Not joking. Just google map, and walk there (it’s in causeway bay).

I don’t know how else you can get here.

Just walk and google map.

Once we arrived at the pier, we had to wait for a boat. That boat took us to another set of boats, where we had dinner.

Yes that is one confusing sentence.

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Sat down and the first thought in my mind was:

I am worried about the cleanliness of this place.

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I saw this old women washing the dishes and was not sure if she was using clean water or just the water from the bay….let’s not think about it.

The place only offers set dinners, and is all made in the kitchen of a nearby restaurant, and which then gets delivered to us via boat (of course).

So yeah. Service was a bit slow.

The food was not bad.

Though it wasn’t like uh mazing. I am just not a seafood person, so it’s really to knock on this restaurant.

Or should I be calling this a “boat” restaurant? err I don’t know.

I think I enjoyed the meal still simply because I was on a boat, and that the view was perfect.

Supppppper good. You won’t find it elsewhere in the world (I think).

All in all it was another great evening, another great decision by Life Boss!

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Lovely night picture

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Noodles because seafood doesn’t fill you up. Need carbs.

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Man these clams were to die for. The sauce I mean. The sauce was to die for.

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What the fuck are these called in English? It was super good!

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Veggie dish. Because we were eating with girls.

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Main highlight! Chili Crab! Too bad I don’t like crabs! lol

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Parking lot for boats

Written from Hong Kong, Home on August 4, 2017

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4 replies

  1. Nice pics! Next time I would try having some seafood there!

  2. Bamboo clams I think !

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