Neptune Seafood Restaurant on No. 3 Road, Richmond

Emily S organized a meet up for dim sum at Neptune Seafood Restaurant on No. 3 Road. There were five of us. The group include Lorna, Jean, Peggy L and me. We were supposed to meet at 10:30AM in the restaurant. Emily S made the reservation. We were all there on time except Emily. Emily turned up only after 11:00 AM as she overslept. We were all wondering if we or she had mistaken the place.


Neptune Seafood Restaurant was closed a while ago. I heard that the owner sold the place but the transaction did not fall through. It was reopened with the word “shakrfin” removed from the English name but the Chinese name remains the same. You can see the old frontage from the post here.


The restaurant is very busy. At 10:30AM, it was already 70% full and this is a weekday. We placed the order before Emily arrived because there is a 20% discount on dim sum before 11:00AM.


Prices here are on the high side. For dim sum, small is $3.68, medium is $4.38, large is $4.98. For specials, SK is $6.98, SLK is $7.98 and SKK is $8.98. I have no idea what the SK, SLK and SKK stands for. Anyone has any idea?


You can click on the menu to view them larger.


The cutlery is simple and nice. Even the teapot cover is labeled with the tea of your selection.


Lorna ordered the above Abalone with Compoy Rice Wrap. This rice wrap is normally eaten during Dragon Boat festival. This item is categorized under SLK which is $7.98.


The rice used for this rice wrap is glutinous rice. This is filled with abalone, dried scallop, pork, green beans and salted egg yolk. Look at the pork fat at the photo on the right. The rice wrap is boiled for few hours until the pork fat melts in your mouth.


The above Dice Chicken, Squid & Mushroom Rice Casserole is from … the special from 9:00AM to 11:00AM. There were 4 items on this special which is all at $3.68. The 3 red berries on top are goji berries. This rice underneath the topping is just bland and it needs to be flavoured with soy sauce.


We ordered the above Fresh Durian Baked Pastries specially for Jean to try. Jean is a Canadian and she encountered the durian fruit once in an elevator and she is skeptical to eat such a thorny fruit. But the above changed her mind. It is so custardy and Jean said it tasted like parsnips and turnips. This is a L size dim sum for $4.98.


The BBQ Pork Pies is flaky and the filling is sweetish. This is a M size dim sum for $4.38.


The above is Deep Fried Shrimps Spring Rolls. This is a L size dim sum for $4.98. The shrimp is wrapped in a very crispy and flaky roll. I wonder what is the roll made of. This is something unique which is not common in other dim sum place.


The above Fried Chinese donut Wrapped with Rice Roll is also categorized at L size dim sum for $4.98.  According to Jean, this is a contrast of texture where the rice roll is soft and smooth while the Chinese donut is super crunchy. I also found that the Chinese donut here is more crunchy that those we find elsewhere.


For dessert, we ordered the Deep Fried Egg Puffs with Syrup as it’s easy for sharing. This is coated with peanuts and shredded coconut. This is an S size dim sum for $3.68.


The total bill came to $9 per person. The price here is slightly higher but the quality is good. Neptune Seafood Restaurant accepts credit card.

Emily, thanks for organizing this. We had a great time catching up with one another during the summer break.

Neptune Seafood Restaurant 龍皇鮑翅海鮮酒家 on UrbanspoonBUSINESS HOUR

7 days a week

9:00AM to 4:00PM
5:00PM to 10:30PM

This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. Sedap Makan

    Is there any relationship between Neptune Seafood and Neptune Wonton Nodle House? They are sideby side in the same strip mall.

    I think we will have to go here just for the Durien Pastries.

  2. gcshum

    Yes, Neptune Wonton Noodle House is owned by same company. Food is good in there too.

    Sk – special kitchen
    SLK – special large kitchen
    SKK – special kitchen kitchen?? (They didn’t know what to use for the most expensive dishes???)

    Just my guesses.

  3. Amy

    The rice flour sheet wrap with you tau is called Char Leong in Hong Kong and very popular.

  4. Billy

    SKK = Special Kingsize Kitchen ?

  5. Lena

    This restaurant is my favourite to go to for dim sum with my parents, though the service isn’t 100% but the food is pretty yummy, most of the time 🙂 Love the 20% discount too!

    1. C.Herb

      oooh there’s a 20$ discount before 11? I went with my family yesterday but we didn’t notice that ><

      They also have a "rice roll with crispy fish" that's a little on the oily side but is pretty good. It's very similar to the "ja leung" – but I like how they re-invented it ^^

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