Historical Backdrop of the Fishing Village of Tai O

To delve into the heart of Tai O, taste the home-made local specialty of shrimp paste at Tai O Lookout, the glass-roofed restaurant situated on the first floor of Tai O Heritage Hotel, which is named after the guard tower where the marine police were stationed to guard against pirate activities. The rooftop is now transformed into the restaurant with colonial décor, housing the wood-carved furniture previously belonging to China Tee Club, with its vibe and flavour revived here.

UNESCO-Awarded Tai O Heritage Hotel is a unique venue for everything from team dinners to cocktail receptions and corporate events, with signature dishes such as pork chop buns marinated with shrimp paste that will leave guests with a lasting impression.

Details
Cuisine: International
Capacity: 60 pax
Opening hours: 7:30am to 9:30pm (Monday to Sunday)
Close from 5pm to 6pm
Info
Tel No.: +852 2985 8383
Email:    info@taioheritagehotel.com
Website:    www.taioheritagehotel.com/eng/dining/lookout.jsp​
Address:    1/F, Tai O Heritage Hotel,
Shek Tsai Po Street,
Tai O,
Lantau Island,Outlying Islands
How to Get There
Walk for five minutes from the Tai O bus terminus to the Rope-drawn Ferry Bridge. Cross the bridge and walk along Tai O Market Street. Turn left to Shek Tsai Po Street and walk another 30 minutes to the street's end.
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