Seafood Restaurants in Malaysia – 155 Restaurants
This restaurant with its quiet and pleasant location also has a good picturesque sunset view off Gertak Sanggul.
renaelyng posted thegardennom.wordpress.com 76 Reviews
This is a place to visit if one is searching for halal dim sum. Using a combination of mainly seafood and chicken, this place is sure to cater to our Muslim friends! Although do pick the time well, as this place can get pretty crowded at peak times.
Yim Sie Chong, at the age of 39, is the owner of two seafood restaurants named La La Chong -- one across the road from Terminal 3, in Subang, and the other in Ara Damansara, Subang.
I am truly disappointed with the food and service at Lala Chong Seafood Village in Ara Damansara. Was there on 16 Aug 2014 with my family for dinner, the captain recommended a prawn dish called 'gon jin har lok', we thought why not, when the prawn dish was served, the prawns are filled with Chlorine taste, we can even smell the Chlorine, we told the captain, he buat tak tahu, then we told the boss, he buat tak tahu too, then they started to avoid our 2 tables, and of course they still charge the prawn at full price without coming back to us for any explanation, shame on their food and service! No next time!
A drive from the city to this restaurant takes around 45 minutes but it is worth the distance because the food served here is simply awesome. By the way, remember to bring your cash along cos this restaurant do not accept credit card payment.
mimid3vils posted www.choiyen.com 419 Reviews
Other than the language barrier when ordering, my dining experience at Hai Boey was a pleasant one. Food was good and reasonably priced, worth recommend for seafood lovers.
This restaurant actually is a fishing store with a small dining area beside it which caters for those customers came for fishing. You can get fresh seafood around Gertak Sanggul area as it's just next to the sea.
enqvist posted www.tasteiest.com 222 Reviews
Not only the seafood is awesome here but view also breathtaking, you can spend sometime to walk around the beach before dinner.
Motormouth posted www.j2kfm.com 552 Reviews
The meal came to almost MYR120/USD40 for the 3 of us; a premium price to pay for ‘chu char’ in Ipoh no doubt, but most of the amount was contributed by the fish (MYR72/USD24). Still, this should be a place to look out for; especially if you’re craving for a dish of steamed pak sook gong or Sultan fish.
I find this is a very creative way in serving everything in a rectangular tray. It's like everything is just in a tray! Deep fried fish, clams, tiger prawns, squid, tofu, mushrooms and vegetables. These have definitely enhanced the broth to a whole new level. Spicy but addictive.