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Best Seafood Restaurants That Are Worthy Of Your Bucket List

If you are a die-hard seafood lover or a passionate pescatarian and crave fresh, nothing short of the best seafood daily, then this is the list for you. From downright hearty feasts to sophisticated culinary creations, Malaysia has some of the best seafood restaurants in the region that offer a plethora of dishes to satiate your taste buds. You can also pair your favorite seafood with Teochew porridge. This is your irresistible seafood lover’s guide to savoring everything and anything that swims in the sea.
Welcome Seafood Restaurant – Sabah

This restaurant is famous for all things shelled. Located in Kota Kinabalu, Welcome Seafood Restaurant is one of the many branches that have opened in the area. Prepare your stomach for mouthwateringly fresh clams, oysters, crabs, cockles, and even snails, which are a big hit at this place. There are a plethora of cooking styles for each shelled specialty so all your cravings will be thoroughly satisfied. You have the option to dine indoors where there is air conditioning or al fresco enjoying a lovely, cool breeze.

GF, G-15 - G-18 , Asia City , Jalan Coastal , 
Kota Kinabalu , 88000 Kota Kinabalu , 
Sabah, 88000, Malaysia
Phone: +6088-447 866

Muhibbah Seafood Restaurant – Kuala Lumpur

This quaint restaurant offers Chinese seafood dishes with a Thai twist. It has been around for almost 3 decades, which means thousands upon thousands of loyal customers have kept coming back. If you love spicy food, then you must head to Muhibbah Seafood Restaurant for some delicious Taucu-style LaLa (clams) and a steaming bowl of spicy seafood Tom Yam. It truly is an awesome combination. The ambiance is breezy and incredibly relaxing. According to popular opinion, the food is incredibly tasty and prices are affordable.

Jalan Seri Penchala, Kampung Sungai Penchala, 
60000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Phone: +603-7727 3153

Kim’s Seafood Palace – Port Dickson

Nestled within the heart of Port Dickson, by the PD Waterfront, sits Kim’s Seafood Palace. Here, you will find a myriad of aquariums at the entrance that have fishes, prawns, crabs, and even mysterious geoducks, ready to be cooked in your preferred style. This large restaurant has indoor and outdoor seating, perfect for big families. You can opt to sit inside where it is air-conditioned or dine al fresco on the breezy waterfront. Whichever you decide, you are guaranteed a delicious, fresh seafood feast. If you ever find yourself overwhelmed by the menu, try their signature Tilapia or the Salted Egg Yolk Prawns. You’ll never go wrong.

Persiaran Waterfront, Kampung Bahasa Kapor, 
71000 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Phone: +606-646 2828

Grand Bayview Seafood Restaurant – Johor Bahru

If you happen to be in the Danga Bay area of Johor Bahru, do yourself a big favor by sampling the authentic seafood offerings from one of the best seafood restaurants there called the Grand Bayview Seafood Restaurant. This fine restaurant is impossible to miss as the entrance is embellished with a humongous lobster statue that can easily be spotted from a distance. The menu is extensive and caters to all races so it will be easy to find the dish of your choice to enjoy. Their signature dishes include Oatmeal Prawns that have attracted many from afar and Salted Egg Crabs that will leave you craving for more. This restaurant can seat a whooping 1,600 dinners so it is often used for corporate events, weddings, banquets, and more. You’ll also have a breathtaking view of the Straits of Johor and Singapore while you dine. The sailboats and yachts lazing on the water in the distance add to a great dining experience.

Convention Centre, 
Lot PTB 21350, Malayia, Skudai Highway, Danga Bay, 
80200 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia
Phone: +607-226 1688

Marini’s on 57 & Marble 8 – Kuala Lumpur

If you want to honestly treat yourself to a gastronomically amazing, fine dining experience, then look no further. Marini’s on 57 is a gorgeous rooftop bar, restaurant, and cocktail lounge. Click here to find out more. Located on level 57 (Menara 3 of PETRONAS KLCC), it is the perfect spot if you want a 360-degree view of the Kuala Lumpur skyline. Gratify all your seafood desires with dishes like the Branzino Del Mediterraneo, which is a pan-seared Mediterranean sea bass with potato crust, served with cauliflower purée and winter vegetables or the Tartare Di Trota, an Australian Petuna ocean trout tartare served with Sicilian lemon mayonnaise, thyme and caviar. Marini’s is also associated with Marble 8, a premier steakhouse located on the level below (Level 56) that also offers exquisite seafood creations. Here, you will be blown away by the finest Italian cuisine comprising of artisan-made pasta, imported beef cuts, and a smorgasbord of the freshest international seafood that is air-flown from Italy. You’ll be enthralled with dishes like the Hokkaido Scallop which is a Carpaccio served with hollandaise sauce and ponzu dressing, and Sevruga caviar and Gallagher Oysters which are freshly shucked oysters from Ireland served with a shallot vinaigrette and lemon wedges. Check out their menu here. So, head to Marini’s on 57 or Marble 8 to savor the taste of authentic Italian seafood with a modern twist and experience true fine dining at its peak.

Level 57, Menara 3 Petronas, Persiaran KLCC, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, 
Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Phone: +603-2386 6030

You also can check out my review of the Seafood Restaurant here: Restoren Sungai Bagan, Tanjung Harapan, and the famous Fish Head Curry at Lucky Garden Bangsar here: Fish Head Curry @Lucky Garden.

Bella Jamal

Hi! Bella Jamal is a part-time blog writer of Ini Adalah Bellarina Natasya. A long time ago graduated from the National University of Malaysia with a degree in Bachelor of Chemistry, now working as a Social Media Professional for Telco company. For any opportunities, can contact me at

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