Food and drink
It serves solid Cantonese cuisine here. Sai Kung, a fishing port, is also known for its seafood. The key is that the ingredients are ultra fresh, and cooked minutes before it's put on a plate in front of you.
There's a bunch of images of that rotund Gallic mannequin out front, but otherwise Loaf On has changed very little in recent years. Like many workaday Chinese restaurants, the emphasis is on taste buds rather than décor. The last time I was here the very scruffy looking wizened bloke at the next table pulled out a fat wad of 1,000 dollar notes to settle his bill.
Just don't expect anyone to say anything like: "Good evening, sir/madam. My name is Maurice and I will be your server tonight."
It's found in the back streets of Sai Kung. It's less scruffy now than it was in previous years, believe me.
It's HK$100 a head - assuming you're not pushing the boat out. Talk about a bargain.
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