1st June 2022:

Over 30 leading restaurants and hotels in Hong Kong and Macau
commit to serving sustainably and responsibly sourced seafood between 6-12 June.
joining the urgent call of the Hong Kong Sustainable Seafood Coalition (HKSSC) to
save depleting fish stocks, ahead of United Nations World Oceans Day, June 8th.

The HKSSC is a coalition of seafood industry members aiming to advance the
sustainable seafood market in Hong Kong through good sourcing practices. Its World
Oceans Day special menu campaign is the first of its kind in the cities.

Hong Kong is a prodigious seafood consumer, importing products from over 150
countries/territories and holds a consumption rate of 66.5 kg per capita per year — 3
times the global average. Despite the large volumes imported and consumed, the
city’s sustainable and responsibly sourced seafood market remains limited.
With an estimated 34% of the world’s fisheries overfished, it is a critical time for the
industry and consumers to adopt responsible seafood eating habits to achieve a blue
economy for healthy oceans and future seafood abundance.

Starting from the 6th of June, selected restaurants and meal providers for the
week-long event will serve responsibly sourced seafood from biologically sustainable
fishing and responsible aquaculture operations to support ocean-minded businesses
throughout the supply chain, including suppliers, distributors, and producers. By
participating in the campaign, restaurants and meal providers are creating
momentum for the seafood industry’s sustainable development.

“All seafood used at Amber, SOMM & MO Bar at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental is
harvested using sustainable techniques such as line fishing and hand diving” said
Richard Ekkebus, Director of Culinary Operations and Food and Beverage at The
Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong, an HKSSC member. “To further protect our
oceans, species that reproduce late and therefore are vulnerable to overfishing are
not featured on our menus” he added.

During the campaign, omnichannel dining concept KIN Food Halls, another HKSSC
member, has also pledged commitment to serve BAP-certified king salmon and
ASC-certified yellowtail sourced from environmentally and socially responsible fish
farms in New Zealand and Australia. Dishes include an assortment of nigiri sushi,
including yuzu miso, spicy mayo, teriyaki, and gunkan.

In Macau, Wynn Resorts, also made a clear position to “place great importance in
promoting the sustainable development of habitat conservation and food

“Launched in partnership with Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) regional office,
event highlights the importance of cooperation throughout the supply chain in
pushing forward seafood sustainability” concluded Indoguna Lordly, an HKSSC
member and supporting supplier of the event.

“It is the supplier’s duty to educate consumers on seafood sustainability. Only with
educated choices, can we improve seafood industry practices, which is tightly tied
with our livelihood”, added M&C Asia and Saga Seafood, members of the Coalition
and a supporting seafood supplier for the event.

A full list of participating restaurants and their offerings are on the HKSSC website, as
well as Choose Right Today, a website dedicated to promoting sustainable seafood
eating habits in Hong Kong.

Media contacts

Renee Lam

Hong Kong Sustainable Seafood Coalition
E: [email protected]
T: +852 9790 5033

Liberty McCarthy

Communications Manager
ADM Capital Foundation
E: [email protected]
T: +852 5300 0624

Press materials

Event brochure: https://bit.ly/hkssc2022
Photo bank (marine life and gourmet images): https://bit.ly/hksscwodphotos

Full list of participants and menu details

Hong Kong


1/F, Somptueux Central, 52 Wellington Street, Central
Online reservation: https://www.sevenrooms.com/reservations/andohk
World Oceans Day highlight dishes:
● Line-caught sea bass, razor clams, asparagus, yellow wine and chive oil sauce
○ The entire fish is used in the dish -flesh, bones, skin, head and fins, in order to
bring awareness about the importance to not waste food and at the same
time honoring every part the product has to offer



3rd Floor, 18 On Lan St, Central, Hong Kong
Email: [email protected]
Phone number: +852 2728 0178
Online reservation: http://www.arcane.hk/reservations
World Oceans Day highlight dishes:
● Ora king salmon with green asparagus, tofu stuffed morels, shio kombu, broccoli and
○ certified sustainable by Global GAP
○ available on set lunch
● Pan fried stone bass with bouchot mussels, black rice risotto and datterino (MSC


The Aubrey

25/F, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, 5 Connaught Road Central
Online reservation: https://www.sevenrooms.com/reservations/theaubreymohkg


AMBER (The Landmark Mandarin Oriental)

The Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong
Online reservation:
World Oceans Day Amber 6 course lunch and dinner menu,
with seasonal seafood dish highlights:
● ˚ Ocean Trout ˚ Roe ˚ Carotene ˚ Shiro Soy ˚ Sudachi ˚ Aka Uni ˚ Horseradish ˚ Sorrel ˚
● ˚ Scallop ˚ Granny Smith ˚ Moro Kyuri ˚ Wasabi ˚ Shiso ˚ Lime ˚ Cucumber Blossom ˚
● ˚ Octopus ˚ Chorizo Spices ˚ Saffron ˚ Amalfi Lemon ˚ Grenaille Potato ˚ Sea Grapes ˚
Seaweed ˚ Extra Virgin “Per Me” Manni Olive Oil ˚
● ˚ Blue lobster ˚ Kabu ˚ Salicornia ˚ Daurenki Tsar Imperial Caviar ˚ Cultured Nut Butter
˚ Caviar Lime ˚ Chive ˚ Grilled Almond Oil ˚
● priced at HKD$2188+10%, with both supplements going to Hong Kong Shark


Asaya kitchen (Rosewood Hong Kong)

Rosewood Hong Kong, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong
Online reservation:


L’ATELIER & LE SALON DE THÉ de Joël Robuchon

Shop 401, Landmark Atrium, 15 Queen’s Road Central
Online reservation: https://inline.app/booking/Jo%C3%ABl/RobuchonHK
World Oceans Day highlight dishes:
● L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon: Sologne Imperial caviar on its Snow Crab bed with an
anised coral infusion
○ certified sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council
● Le Salon de Thé: Black Cod with daikon cream and citrus
○ certified sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council



UG08, Sino Plaza, 255 Gloucester Rd, Causeway Bay
Email: [email protected]
Online reservation:



49 Hollywood Road, Central
Email: [email protected]
Online reservation:
World Oceans Day highlight dishes:
● Grilled australian octopus (MSC certified sustainable)
○ Preserved lemon mayonnaise, chickpea, frisee, radish
○ certified sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council
○ priced at HKD$268
● Pan fried sea bass (AGP certified sustainable)
○ Curry veloute, broccolini, baby aubergine, chive, leek
○ certified sustainable by Global Seafood Alliance
○ priced at HKD$268


Chaat (Rosewood Hong Kong)

Rosewood Hong Kong, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Phone number:+852 3891 8732
Email: [email protected]
Online reservation:


Cuisine Cuisine (The Mira Hong Kong)

3/F, The Mira Hong Kong, Mira Place, 118 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Phone number: +852 2315 5222
Email: [email protected]
Online reservation: https://www.miradining.com/online-reservation-cuisine-cuisine/
World Oceans Day highlight dishes:
Executive Chinese Chef Edwin Tang presents sustainable seafood in a modern Cantonese set
dinner featuring some of the signature specials such as
● Stir-fried lobster with spicy preserved vegetables
● Steamed Scottish scallop with Portobello and garlic among 8 mouth-watering courses
(HK$1,688+ per person)



26th Floor, H Queen’s 80 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong
Phone number: +852 2795 5996
Online reservation: https://www.sevenrooms.com/reservations/ecriture
World Oceans Day highlight dish:
● Dover Sole « petit bateau » from Quiberon, cooked whole, Girolles, ikura, chortizo,
sauce Vin Jaune


Hong Kong Country Club

188 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Deep Water Bay


KIN Food Halls

2/F Devon House, Taikoo Place, 979 King’s Rd, Quarry Bay
World Oceans Day highlight dish:
● Responsibly Sourced Fish Sushi (8-pieces)
○ An assortment of nigiri sushi in the following variations:
○ king salmon – yuzu miso, spicy mayo, teriyaki, gunkan
○ yellowtail – yuzu miso, spicy mayo, teriyaki, gunkan
○ priced at HKD$138


The Legacy House

5/F Rosewood Hong Kong Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui
Phone number: +852 3891 8732
Email: [email protected]
Online reservation:


Lobster Bar and Grill (Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong)

Level 6,Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road, Central
Phone number: +852 2820 8560
Email:[email protected]/
Online reservation:
Highlight dishes (available from 6th to 18th June):
● Pan-fried pollock, sauteed baby spinach, mushrooms, Romesco butter sauce
● Cod fillet Acqua Pazza, clams, tomato cherry, dried tomatoes, olives


Lobster Shack

G/F, Tak Ming Lau, 6-8 Second Street, Sai Ying Pun
Phone number: +852 2381 8138
Email: [email protected]
World Ocean Day special menu:
● Starters: Soup/Salad/Grilled Octopus
● Mains: sustainably sourced Pollock Fish & Chips, Grilled Sea Trout, Wild Cod
● Dessert: Lemon Tart/Matcha Green Tart
● Priced at HKD$288


Mandarin Grill + Bar (Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong)

1/F, Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong, 5 Connaught Road Central
Phone number: +852 2825 4004
Email: [email protected]
Online reservation:


Man Wah (Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong)

5 Connaught Road Central
Phone number: +852 2825 4003
Online reservation:



Shop 6, G/F The Galleria, 9 Queen’s Road Central
Phone number: +852 2130 7731
Email: [email protected]
Online reservation:


MO Bar

15 Queen’s Road Central
Phone number: +852 2132 0077
Email: [email protected]
Online reservation:
World Oceans Day highlight dishes:
● Yellowfin Tuna Tataki with sesame seeds, spring onion & wasabi mayo
● Farmed Silver Pompano steamed chayote shavings, myoga, spring onion & yuzu



5/F, 18 On Lan Street, Central
Phone number: +852 9726 9301
Email: [email protected]
Online reservation:



40 Upper Lascar Row, Sheung Wan
Phone number: +852 9583 8590
Email: [email protected]
Online reservation:



Shop 203, 2/F, Landmark Alexandra
Phone number: +852 2718 8211
Online reservation:
World Oceans Day special menu:
Moxie will be offering a five-course sustainable seafood tasting menu, available from the 6th
of June to the 30th of June, featuring MSC and ASC certified sustainable seafood.
Menu details:
Salmon Tartare | brioche, chilli mayonnaise, avocado (ASC certified)
Mussels and Pesto Orecchiette | romanesco, wild garlic (MSC certified)
Seared Fremantle Octopus | fresh burrata, broccolini, chimichurri (MSC certified)
Patagonian Toothfish | sweet potato, tomato, cardamom (MSC certified)
Citrus and Rhubarb fool | pistachio biscuit



World Oceans Day special menu:
● 9th June: Baked Herb Arctic Char with Sweet Potatoes Mash, Roasted Broccoli with Lemon &
● 10th June: Velouté sauce Halibut with Potatoes Pea & Market Greens


Octavium Italian Restaurant

8/F One Chinachem Central, 22 Des Voeux Rd Central
Phone number: +852 2111 9395
Online reservation:



Level 56, Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road, Central
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +852 2820 8590
Online reservation:



UG08, Sino Plaza, 255 Gloucester Rd, Causeway Bay
Online reservation:



7/F, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental The Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central
Phone number: +852 2132 0033
Online reservation: https://www.sevenrooms.com/reservations/sommbarmandarin
World Oceans Day highlight dishes:
● Ocean Trout with Kabu, Trout Roe, Bottarga & Junmai Sake Beurre Blanc
● Freshly Shucked Seasonal French Oyster on Ice with Lemon, Sauce Mignonette &
Buttered Rye Bread


Sunset Grill

19/F, Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung Hotel, 9 Yi Tung Road, Tung Chung, Lantau Island
Phone number: +852 2535 0025
Email: [email protected]
Online reservation:


TATE Dining Room

210 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan
Phone number: +852 2555 2172
[email protected]
Online reservation:


Tosca di Angelo (The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong)

Level 102, International Commerce Ctr.
1 Austin Road West
852 2263 2270
Online reservation:



5/F, The Mira Hong Kong, Mira Place, 118 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Phone number: +852 2315 5999
Email: [email protected]
World Oceans Day special menu:
Sustainable Seafood edition of the 5-course Taste of Craft (HK$460+ per person) lunch menu,
showcasing craft cooking techniques and creatively served by Chef de Cuisine William Lau.
The menu features
● Obsiblue prawn from the world’s largest lagoon off the coasts of New Caledonia, a
French territory on the Pacific Ocean, that is Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC)
● Pollock from sustainable fisheries certified by Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)



Churchill’s Table at The Londoner Macao



Wynn Palace



Wynn Macau



Sands China



Mandarin Oriental, Macau




Indoguna Lordly



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Saga Seafood


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