Rainbow Seafood Restaurant (Sok Kwu Wan)
This is your final destination, where you will catch the ferry back to Hong Kong. But before you leave, treat yourself to a meal at Sok Kwu Wan's most famous restaurant.
People come from all over the world to sample Sok Kwu Wan's seafood and Rainbow Seafood Restaurant is, by far, the most popular.
The small village is lined up and down with places to eat, so take a stroll down the pier before you sit.
Some specialties include fresh chili crab, steamed fish with ginger and spring onions. The dishes are served family style and you can pick your fish or seafood live from the tank before it's cooked.
Like everything on Lamma Island, Rainbow and the surrounding restaurants are very informal. Many people come after a hike or beach time, so you will feel right at home in casual clothes.
There is a bathroom at the end of the of the pier if you need to clean up before eating.
Rainbow Restaurant provides free ferry service to all customers. The boat leaves frequently and will shuttle you back to Hong Kong Island's Central Pier or Aberdeen (near the Jumbo Floating Restaurant). That ferry takes about 30 minutes.
Alternatively, to avoid the hike altogether, you can take a direct ferry from Hong Kong to Sok Kwu Wan. Oddly enough, you can go back and forth from Hong Kong to both of Lamma's main villages (Central-Yung Shue Wan or Central-Sok Kwu Wan).
23-25 First St.
Sok Kwu Wan, Lamma Island