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From jumbo prawn heads to plump oys­ters and mus­sels, there’s noth­ing more ex­hil­a­rat­ing than sa­vor­ing seafood in its nat­u­ral state. scouts out the best seafood tow­ers in town, so grab a bib and dig in.

Les­lie Yeh Go Fish

If you can’t get your­self to the beach, the next best place to eat seafood is pool­side at the JW Mar­riott’s cozy

Get in a few strokes at the sparkling out­door pool sur­rounded by lush fo­liage, then bunker down at a ta­ble to sate your ap­petite with an as­sort­ment of poached prawns, snow crab legs, oys­ters, mus­sels, clams and Bos­ton lob­ster. We also love the va­ri­ety of dip­ping condi­ments, from red wine vine­gar with shal­lots to wasabi soy and a clas­sic cock­tail sauce.

$790 for two. 7/F, JW Mar­riott Ho­tel,

One Pa­cific Place, 88 Queensway, Ad­mi­ralty, 2810-8366.

Bull­doz­ing Into Town

There’s no trendier spot to im­merse your­self in the heart of the sea than at the newly opened a be­he­moth restau­rant from Rus­sia-based Bull­dozer Group perched high above Cause­way Bay. The idea here is to build your own seafood plat­ter from the stun­ning as­sort­ment of fresh seafood dis­played at the restau­rant’s en­trance, in­clud­ing sashimi, oys­ters and live shell­fish in­clud­ing fresh-mar­ket lob­ster and prawns (sold at mar­ket price). The just-launched week­end brunch will also fea­ture pre-ar­ranged seafood tow­ers, but why not take the hands-on route and build your own from scratch? 26/F, Tower 535, 535 Jaffe Rd., Cause­way Bay, 3708-9668.

Pool Lounge. Fish Bar & Seafood Room,

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