Seafood Restaurants

Some articles on seafood restaurants, seafood, restaurants:

Chinatown - Features - Restaurants - Cantonese Seafood Restaurants
... Cantonese seafood restaurants (海鮮酒家, pronounced in Cantonese as hoy seen jau ga) typically use a large dining room layout, have ornate designs, and specialize in seafood such as ... Some seafood restaurants may also offer dim sum in the morning through the early afternoon hours as waiters announce the names of dishes while pushing steamy ... These restaurants are also used for weddings, banquets, and other special events ...
Stambol - Culture - Leisure and Entertainment
... Turkish cuisine like kebab, Istanbul is also famous for its historic seafood restaurants ... Many of the city's most popular and upscale seafood restaurants line the shores of the Bosphorus, while the Kumkapı neighborhood along the Sea of Marmara has a pedestrian zone ... Islands, 15 kilometers (9 mi) from the city center, are also popular for their seafood restaurants ...
East Coast Seafood Centre
... The East Coast Seafood Centre (Chinese 东海岸海鲜中心) is a tri-block food centre in East Coast Park, Singapore, best known for co-locating several major local seafood restaurants ... Jumbo Seafood established its first and flagship oulet at the Centre in 1987, with the ability to seat up to 1,200 diners at a go ... signature local dishes are served there amongst the various restaurants, in particular the chilli crab and the black pepper crab, the later of which is claimed to be invented by Long Beach Seafood ...
Phillips Foods, Inc. And Seafood Restaurants
... and Seafood Restaurants is a family owned and operated seafood company in the mid-Atlantic region, United States ... seafood manufacturers as well as restaurateurs, specializes in Atlantic blue crab meat and crab cakes, and produces a line of value-added fish and shrimp products ... an effort to expand its global presence with regional headquarters and a new seafood processing facility in Thailand ...

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