Cantonese cuisine rules supreme over the Hong Kong dining scene, with an unparalleled selection of Sino specialists dotting the city. Fullka Cantonese Cuisine is one such outlet in the bustle of Causeway Bay, with authentic dishes from the neighbouring province of China that make the most of the local environment, the sea that surround the region, and the talents and skills of Cantonese chefs. Fullka, on Morrison Hill Road in Causeway Bay, is headed up by chef Lee Man Ki (an apprentice of world-famous Yeung Koon Yat and Lee Yu Ching), and they offer up a diverse range of dishes, from the classics – sweet and sour shrimp balls and soy chicken – to the more obscure: pig’s stomach or stewed eel wing anyone? Make your way down to Morrison Hill Road on the metro to either Causeway Bay or Wan Chai and you’re in for a superb Cantonese feast.
Had a casual dinner with family. The restaurant has nice quiet environment with home nade style dishes. Nice Chinese local style dishes and offer various seafoods.