OUR STORY

Siu Lam Fat started Fat Kee Seafood retail shop in 1982 selling live seafood to Lau Fau Shan restaurants or visitors to take home.

 

In 2005, he transformed Fat Kee Seafood to a wholesaling business, trading from Mainland China to retail shops, wet markets and restaurants across Hong Kong. 

 

Fat has fostered a strong business mindset with traditional family values. Now his son Sean Siu and his daughter Alice Siu are running the show. Trading business has grown ever stronger with overseas import from various countries including Mainland China, New Zealand, Japan, Philippines, Taiwan, Vietnam, Ireland, Scotland and more...

 

We are live seafood Importer & Wholesaler.

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LAU  FAU  SHAN 

流浮山

Lau Fau Shan (流浮山) is an area in the New Territories of Hong Kong. It is at the shore of Deep Bay, near Tin Shui Wai and facing Shekou in Shenzhen, China.

Traditionally famous for fresh oysters, with 100 tons harvested every year for consumption in Hong Kong restaurants and export to neighboring countries.

 

Today, LFS has transformed to become one of the most important seafood markets in Hong Kong. With the close proximity to China, mainland harvested seafood travel to LFS every morning by ferries to sell in the local Hong Kong market.

The area has become a well-known local seafood market with retail shops selling fresh and dried seafood as well as local restaurants cooking traditional Chinese style seafood cuisines. It is also a popular tourists spot with its beautiful deep bay harbour view overlooks the Shenzhen Bay bridge and Nanshan District.