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China Daily Asia | Updated: 2019-03-06 11:40
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Fishsteria casts its net wider with a new waterside restaurant in Kennedy Town

In a harbour city such as Hong Kong, where fish is the staple diet of so many, it's hard to catch and sustain the attentions and appetites of diners. But such has been the case with the restaurant, oyster and cocktail bar Fishsteria, run by chef-owner Gianni Caprioli. Having hooked the piscatorial taste buds of seafood lovers amid the hustle and bustle of Queen's Road East in Wan Chai since its opening in 2015, it has now spawned a more laid-back sister restaurant, Fishsteria Waterside, in Kennedy Town. The new space, while still buzzy, overlooks the harbour and offers more easy-going dining, with floor-to-ceiling windows and bespoke light fittings crafted from the skeleton of a classic Italian rowboat.

Much like the Wan Chai original, expect clams, oysters, crabs and bluefin tuna, as well as sustainable Italian seabass, Alaskan king crab, Dover sole from southern France and the oh-so-delectable calamari. Familiar dishes such as the famous Fishsteria lobster roll (HK$168) and tuna poke focaccia (HK$138) with lean tuna and creamy burrata, Italian tomatoes and rocket pesto still feature – and they're joined by new creations, which include scallops and apple ceviche with lime (HK$198) and sea urchin chitarra (HK$288), featuring fresh square egg spaghetti. And loyalists will cheer to see the renowned giant macaroni lobster with brandy tomato sauce (HK$548) retained on this new menu.

"We're excited to open our doors and invite our friends in Kennedy Town to experience our unique brand of Fishsteria hospitality," says chef Caprioli. "Our new menu features some of my most exciting creations yet, and I'm looking forward to seeing family and friends dive into our lovingly made food in our new waterside setting." New Fortune House, 2-5A New Praya, Kennedy Town; (fishsteria.hk)

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