One Seafood Restaurant, Kuala Lumpur
A breeze of mouth-watering aromas might just guide you towards Lot 510 of Jalan Bukit Bintang, right smack in the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s bustling centre. If you’re on the prowl for some fresh, high-quality seafood, then One Seafood Restaurant will be just the spot for you. With an assortment of traditional Chinese-style dishes to choose from and a fine dining twist, you’ll be set to enjoy yourself in a comfortable environment with a plate of your favourite seafood. The prices might be slightly steeper than you may expect but for diversity in choice and a bang for your buck, you’d do well to give this place a look.
Shucked Oyster and Seafood Bar, Kuala Lumpur
If shellfish (specifically, oysters) is your thing, then consider this spot to satisfy your oyster cravings. The Shucked Oyster and Seafood Bar features a diverse range of styles and oyster types to choose from including Irish Premium, Dutch Native, Creuse and more.
Besides oysters, other fresh seafood selections can be found on the menus here and their salmon is an excellent choice. On top of all this, service charge is not included at this restaurant. It is located at B.I.G. Supermarket, Lower Ground Floor, Publika Shopping Mall, Solaris Dutamas.
Muhibbah Seafood Restaurant, Kuala Lumpur
It’s a given that if you’re reading this, you’re probably into seafood, but how about spicy seafood? If you’re a sucker for both then the Muhibbah Seafood Restaurant should be just the place to sort you out. Serving a combination of Chinese-style cuisine with Thai influences spanning a history of nearly three decades, they have recently relocated from TTDI to Jalan Seri Penchala and its much bigger outlet is able to accommodate more guests. Come here to enjoy the unique tastes of extensive Chinese-Thai hybrid selections, all at reasonable prices.
Kedai Makanan Rasa Lain, Ipoh
If there was ever a hidden gem in the seemingly endless range of seafood choices in Malaysia, this may very well be it. Located in Ipoh’s Persiaran Medan Bercham 2, this quaint yet well-known restaurant prides itself on its signature Claypot Crabs served with chewy glass noodles in an umami-infused broth. Of course, a number of their other menu choices are also off the hook, including the zest and juicy Clams (LaLa) and Claypot Cheese prawns.
Yum Yum, Ipoh
Easily one of the more popular seafood spots in Malaysia, Yum Yum promises a heavy dose of intriguing Nyonya and Thai flavoured dishes, many of which also include Chinese-style influences. It has been owned and operated by the same Chinese couple since 1991, and a sister outlet called Little Yum was later opened in Kota Damansara. Both of these outlets are pork-free and offer very similar menu choices.
Among the many signature dishes that can be found here is the Asam Fish Head and on Fridays, a special Siamese Laksa with a local dessert of the day is served. Lunch options include the highly recommended Butter Basil Prawns complete with pesto gravy.