It’s Seafood Paradise’s 1st Anniversary at Vivocity. So it means time to celebrate! With a 50% discount off its signature dishes! Memorise these dates below because 50% off is a really good deal!
- 7 – 13 March : Signature Creamy Butter Sri lanka Crab topped with Coconut Crumbs OR Sri Lanka Crab with Popular Singapore Style Chilli
- 14 – 20 March : Stir-fried Japanese Clam with Spicy Garlic Sauce
- 21 – 27 March : Poached Tiger Prawn with Chinese Herb in Superior Stock
- 28 March – 3 April : Boston Lobster tossed with Salted Egg Yolk
- 4 – 10 April : Steamed dragon Tiger Grouper with Preserved Turnip
- 11 – 17 April : Steamed Scottish Bamboo Clam with Minced Garlic
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There are also many new dishes to try
– Salt-baked Sri Lankan Crab/Alaskan Crab
– Lobster stir-fried with Black Truffle Sauce
– Champagne Pork Belly Rib
– Roasted Chicken with Crispy Garlic
– Stir-fried Mee Goreng with Seafood
I tried the Salt-baked Sri Lankan Crab as well as Lobster in Black Truffle Sauce. Both were fabulous. You can really taste the sweetness of the Sri Lankan Crab as it is not masked with any sauce. And as for the lobster, the earthy and savoury truffle sauce was so moreish. I couldn’t get enough of it. The Mee Goreng was also a surprising hit. Very fragrant, tasty and different from what you get at the hawker centre!
Scroll down for pictures of the dishes I tried during Seafood Paradise’s recent Media Tasting session.
Possibly one of my favourite dishes for the evening. This isn’t just a truffle essence dish (think truffle fries), the truffle flavour was more nuanced. Earthy, and aromatic, thiswas really enjoyable.
As mentioned above, this dish is great for true crab lovers. You can really taste the sweetness of the Sri Lankan Crab as it is not masked with any sauce.
Huge, succulent prawns in a clear herbal broth. Warms the stomach and makes you feel nourished.
Roast chicken, what’s not to love. The pieces are cooked just right so each piece retains its tenderness. The addition of crispy garlic gives an additional textural contrast. A bit of sugar was also added to give it a grainy feel.
Very tender to the bite and I like the slightly sticky and sweet coating. But I think I prefer the other pork rib dish which they have. They use humongous pork ribs that is palm length. So satisfying to chomp down on that and I enjoyed the process of devouring those. These here are much smaller in comparison, but both taste equally good though.
It probably won’t strike you to order mee goreng at a Chinese seafood restaurant, but order this you must. This is definitely far different from the ones you get at the hawker centre. Not only is it chock a block with seafood, the noodles have been fried perfectly and tasted delicious!
1 HarbourFront Walk, #01-53 VivoCity, Singapore 098585
Tel: +65 6221 0159
Mon – Thu 11.00am – 3.00pm (Last order 2.30pm), 6.00pm – 10.00pm (Last order 9.30pm)
Fri – Sun & PH 10.30am – 3.30pm (Last order 3.00pm), 6.00pm – 10.30pm (Last order 10.00pm)
Table reservations are welcome, and will be held for 10 minutes. Private rooms are available.