Hong Kong, 24 October 2016- Hong Kong’s foremost sustainable seafood restaurant, Fishsteria, is now offering a taste of luxury with new weekday (Monday-Thursday) Crab and weekend (Friday-Sunday) Lobster 4-course menus. The nautical-inspired eatery, spanning two-floors on Wan Chai’s Queen’s Road East, has affirmed itself over the past year as a Hong Kong seafood mainstay, by offering sustainable wild-caught fish, innovative appetizers, and an array of crustaceans and oysters carefully sourced from Europe’s best waters.
Monday through Thursday diners will indulge in a multicourse crab feast (HK$528+ 10% svc) that begins a Crab Stracciatella Salad complimented by fresh crushed tomatoes and featuring succulent New Zealand snow crab, before continuing on to Crab Risotto with saffron and herbs, and a main course of Baked Alaskan King Crab Leg and Crispy Soft Crab with black truffle. The meal sweetly ends with a decadent and creamy White Chocolate Panna Cotta with cherry sauce and toasted almonds.
Friday to Sunday offers a Lobster Tasting Menu (HK$728) starring Boston Lobsters that starts with a decadent Lobster and Caviar Burrata and fresh crushed tomato sauce, Classic Lobster Bisque with tarragon cream and then provides crustacean lovers a choice of Linguini with a Half Lobster cooked in brandy and tomato sauce or a Half Lobster Thermidor with porcini mushrooms and cream sauce. The finish of the meal is marked with the arrival of Cream Caramel with apple and caramel syrup.
Fishsteria is operated by Chef Gianni Caprioli, a renowned Hong Kong-based Italian chef notable for his commitment to sustainably sourcing extremely high quality ingredients. The restaurant features a quirky ground floor bar area that offers an array of innovative cocktails, fresh oysters, and a selection of seafood bread rolls making it an ideal venue for after-work gatherings and laid back get-togethers with friends. The first floor bathes guests in the casual elegance of white table linens and a refined nautical theme, ideal for meetings, date-nights, and family dinners.