Sunday, February 19, 2012

South Sea Seafood Restaurant @ Subang for a double celebration

Our beloved boys and their spouses decided to double-celebrate their daddy's belated 69th birthday and CNY at South Sea Seafood Restaurant, Subang.

Fully aware that its pricing is quite steep, my darling and I didn't quite favour the choice of place but the younger generation were determined to treat us lavishly. Moreover, it was an opportune occasion to revisit this well talked about restaurant once again, having previously dine there together last December and liked it.

Inside out views of South Sea Seafood Restaurant, Subang

So, off we went to this halal Chinese cuisine seafood restaurant (it's just after terminal 3 of the old Subang Airport), looking forward to enjoy our Sunday lunch on February 5th. Enjoyed its sumptuous food we definitely did, though the final bill did popped out our eyes. Gosh... a whopping RM640 for 7 adults and 3 children, somewhat extreme, huh! Sharing below the dishes that were consumed with much enthusiasm...

Enjoying a plate of Salmon Yee Sang
a plate of Salmon Yee Sang (RM 68) to kick start

Stir-fried lotus root with cashew nuts, lala clams with ginger and spring onions
stir-fried lotus root with cashew nuts, lala clams with ginger and spring onions

Seafood tofu claypot-style, batter-fried boneless chicken with lemon sauce
seafood tofu claypot-style, batter-fried boneless chicken with lemon sauce

Steamed estuary tiger gouper, baked crabs with salted egg yolks
steamed estuary tiger gouper, baked crabs with salted egg yolks -
these 2 dishes together cost RM320 which claimed half the bill.... that's the price of
imported & perfectly fresh seafood that were alive and kicking before being served!

Service was excellent, mainly staffed by migrant workers and ambiance, just perfect at the large open dining section... well-lighted and ventilated, cool and breezy with well-spaced dining tables and comfy chairs. And passage leading to the restrooms and washrooms is something not to be missed!!

Another interesting feature of the restaurant is the section located at the left end where a large selection of live and exotic edible crustaceans / sea creatures are on display in aquariums/tanks to delight your senses... sharing some photos below that included geoduck, lobsters, fresh abalones, king crabs, spider crabs, estuary tiger grouper, 'ikan haruan', escargot, clams and oysters.

Geoduck, lobster and fresh abalone

Lobsters, king crabs and estuary tiger grouper Spider crabs, 'ikan haruan', escargot, clams and oysters

A fantastic meal with perfect company that must be ended with a photo session to show our family's joyous and contented moods! :)

John and yours truly, with sons, daughters-in-law and grandchildren With our grandchildren: Dylea, Renice and Renee

David, Kellie and their twin girls, Renice and Renee Darren, Yanti and daughter, Dylea

Renice and Renee, posing in front of South Sea Seafood Restaurant, Subang
It had been a wonderful family day that ended well into the night with dinner at Baci Italian Cafe at Citta Mall, Ara Damansara. John and I enjoyed ourselves so much that day... thank you all, our beloved family with hugs and kisses always!

Location details:
South Sea Seafood Restaurant
No 229, Jalan Dua A
Kampung Baru Subang
40000 Subang
Selangor D. Ehsan
Tel: 03-7846 1401 or 03-7846 5813


  1. Wow... a feast for my eyes! And the family looks happy -- what a blessing! Love, Tracy

    1. Thanks, dear. Yes, the love of a family is life's greatest blessing! >:D<

  2. Thanks for your post. I just love fried catfish, shrimp, oysters, crab every much. I love sea foo..

    1. My pleasure. Hmm... I love them too but eat moderately to keep cholesterol count low.


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