Thursday, 18 June 2015

Lobster Bites with a Twist

Credit: Lobster Bobo by Eddy

If you’re a fan of lobster and if you confess to be an adventurous foodie, then your luck is in, because a restaurant specialised in lobster dishes has just opened.

Nope, it won’t be your favourite lobster bisque or risotto that Lobster Bobo will be serving, what it does have on its menu is a variety of local Hong Kong street snack such as ‘woon jai chi’ ('poor man's shark fin soup), rice rolls, rice in soup, as well as Southeast Asian cuisine the likes of laksa, topped with succulent lobster meat. If you like, you may also order a pot of whole lobster udon, served with a five-hour soup, cherry tomato confit, and semi-boiled egg.

The lobster, by the way, is flown in fresh daily from Canada, its shell used to make a flavoursome soup base and its meat used for the restaurant’s dishes.

Location: Shop A, Haleson Building, 1 Jubilee Street, Central
Phone: +852 3971 0933
Opening Hours: 11am to 9pm daily, closes on Sunday and public holidays 

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