One of Hong Kong's most picturesque tourist spots, Stanley is a wonderful place for dining out. With ancient temples, shopping arcades and sandy beaches, there's lots to see and do to work up an appetite. Many of Stanley's restaurants are gathered on Main Street along the waterfront, perfect for enjoying views of the bay and catching a cool ocean breeze while tucking into some of the best seafood on the island. To find out more and book yourself a table, check out Quandoo's shortlist of top local eateries.
Lots of Stanley's restaurants channel the look and feel of European seaside resorts. The Pickled Pelican offers period furnishings and wholesome British favourites like fish and chips and apple crumble. Then there are maritime-inspired places such as The Boathouse, where you can sample clam chowder and other seafood dishes from around the world. But there's no lack of quirky Chinese eateries too, like Pinot Duck on Carmel Road, which carves out a niche for itself with a plethora of duck-related dishes – crispy duck legs and wings, risottos, soups and much more.