The Kowloon Shangri-La

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The Kowloon Shangri-La (along with its sister hotel the Island Shangri-La) is the first hotel in Hong Kong to achieve Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) and Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) Chain of Custody certifications. Look out for the MSC and ASC logos on certified sustainable seafood dishes in the hotels’ restaurants. Telephone: 2721 2111 Address: 64 Mody Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui East Email Website Updated on: October 2016

Mercedes me

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Mercedes me is part of Maximal Concepts, which has indicated that it both offers Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certified seafood and follows the WWF seafood guide. It can’t, however, display the MSC logo on its menus as the restaurant itself is not certified. We recommend that you ask your server and use your seafood guide to identify which options are sustainable. Telephone: 2895 7398 Address: Shop C-D, G/F,…

Locofama

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Locofama sources some of its seafood from a Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) accredited supplier. It can’t, however, display the MSC logo on its menus as the restaurant itself is not certified. Please ask your server and use your seafood guide to identify which options are sustainable. Telephone: 2547 7668 Address: 9-13 Fuk Sau Lane, EXIT B2, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong Email: [email protected] Website Updated on: October…

Feast (Food by EAST)

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Some of the seafood on the menu is chosen according to WWF-HK’s recommendations in their seafood guide. Please ask your server for more information and, as usual, use your seafood guide. Telephone: 3968 3777 Address: 29 Taikoo Shing Road, Taikoo Shing Email: Coming soon Website Updated on: October 2016

The Bayview Restaurant, Ocean Park

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Ocean Park was the first theme park in Asia to both ban shark fin soup and to serve only sustainable seafood in all of its restaurants. It closely follows WWF-HK’s seafood guide and provides some certified options as well. Ocean Park is also home to Hong Kong’s first sustainable fish balls. As you should do in every restaurant you visit,…

Café Ocean, Ocean Park

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Ocean Park was the first theme park in Asia to both ban shark fin soup and to serve only sustainable seafood in all of its restaurants. It closely follows WWF-HK’s seafood guide and provides some certified options as well. Ocean Park is also home to Hong Kong’s first sustainable fish balls. As you should do in every restaurant you visit,…

Panda Café, Ocean Park

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Ocean Park was the first theme park in Asia to both ban shark fin soup and to serve only sustainable seafood in all of its restaurants. It closely follows WWF-HK’s seafood guide and provides some certified options as well. Ocean Park is also home to Hong Kong’s first sustainable fish balls. As you should do in every restaurant you visit,…