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Why Pak Lee Hotpot and Seafood Restaurant is special ?
Hong Kongers love a good hotpot, and nothing beats an affordable one where you can splurge on any number of ingredients. While this place may not win in terms of fancy trappings, it’s celebrated for offering great value for money – big portions, cheap drinks and huge variety. It’s also currently the only place you can get a hotpot late night and in the early morning. Start the meal off with the famous ‘butterfly beef brisket’ soup base, then move onto a selection of beef, ,prawns, abalones, oysters, clams, offal, deep-fried fish skin, as well as any number of dumplings, meatballs and veggies. Drinks are also cheap – ‘tea and extras’ charge covers an unlimited flow of traditional juices, and its Asahi beers are often on promotion. Of course, one downside is that the atmosphere is a bit hectic and the décor minimal – one diner recalls its like ‘stepping back into a 60s eatery’ - so if you’re squeamish about dining at dai pai dongs, this probably isn’t the place for you.
How to get to Pak Lee Hotpot and Seafood Restaurant?
This restaurant is 2-min walk from Exit C2, Prince Edward MTR Station.
- One of the best restaurants in Hong Kong
- For hot pot lovers
- A great place for family and friends
- For a great night out
- Attentive and helpful service
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Medium
- Alcohol YES
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
3 Ki Lung St, Hong Kong