Over the past few years, every time my family and I visited Sai Kung, we dined at Chuen Kee Seafood Restaurant. In fact, we just went there over the last weekend and had a very delicious and satisfying lunch. We have tried other seafood restaurants in Sai Kung before but found that the quality of seafood at Chuen Kee is the best. My only complaint is they didn’t tell me I have to pay a corkage fee as I brought my own wine there. If I had known this earlier, I would have just ordered the wine from the restaurant’s wine list.
Rather than ordering individual seafood from the fish tanks, I always chose from packaged sets. It is more economical to choose from the sets menu as individually ordering large-sized seafood delicacies…though very delicious…also means an enormous bill. When ordering sets, I always paid a little bit more (I think only around HK$96) to upgrade the pomfret fish, as offered in the sets, to a grouper fish. If you like Chinese style steamed fish, the grouper is a must.
I do agreed with other reviewers that during weekends or public holidays, the services of the waiters/waitress may not be up to standard but I would never rate their services as being “bad” or “poor”. I think it is understandable that services would be a bit slower on busy days owing to the large crowd of customers.
Lastly, I have to specify that Chuen Kee is a “seafood” restaurant and seafood is their selling point, not beef nor pork nor chicken. So if you are NOT a seafood lover, you can just take Chuen Kee out of your “must go restaurant” list.