Lot 9B-3, Jalan Kemajuan, Section 13
46200 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Tel : 603-7960 2066 / 2088
FB : Unique Seafood Group
Business Hours :
Mon – Sun 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. ; 6 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.
Thanks for the wonderful invitation, I recently went to Unique Seafood for their exquisite 6-course festival menu debut which specially crafted by Chef Lau Yoong in conjunction with this year Malaysia International Gastronomy Festival (MIGF).
Situated along Jalan Kemajuan, Petaling Jaya, Unique Seafood is a pork free seafood restaurant that believes in discovering and delivering the finest, freshest seafood for its customers. The main attraction is the aquarium area, strategically located facing the main entrance of the restaurant and features a spectrum of tanks filled with live fishes, prawns, lobsters, Alaskan crabs, clams and abalones etc imported from all over the world.
Being one of this year’s brand new entries, Unique Seafood is offering guests the full Festival Menu at RM298 nett per pax (without wines) and light Festival Menu at RM198 nett per pax (without wines) from 1st to 31st October 2016. A minimum order of two pax is required for MIGF bookings.
The dinner was kicked start with this Unique Four Combinations Platter, featuring oyster, fish, duck and crab prepared in different delicious styles. Surprisingly, my favorite was the cheese grilled oyster. I like how the cheese complemented the oyster nicely till it was enjoyable to eat even for a non-oyster fans like me.
Chef Lau Yoong favours a simple and elegant culinary style, which delightfully showcased in this double-boiled Chicken Soup with nutritious Chinese herbs in coconut for the refreshing finishing.
Chef Lau Yoong was most excited for guests to try his Baked Boston Lobster in French Style because the lobsters were freshly imported from Boston and baked till perfection with different types of cheese. Served with simple salad in sesame dressing at side, I was truly spoiled with the sweet and succulent lobster’s meat, making it my top favorite among other dishes.
Chef Lau is not only specialized in preparing seafood that suit Malaysians’ flavour, his meat dish was truly delectable as well. Marinated in an irresistible peppery sweet sauce, I just love the tenderness of this pan-fried Lamb Chop in Mongolian Style.
Offering all kinds of exclusive saltwater and freshwater catches flown in from across the world, we were lucky to sample this fresh and plump Scotland Scallop under their festival menu. Sitting on a bed of fine vermicelli cooked with roasted minced garlic, the presentation was as attractive as the tantalizing wholesome experience.
Served with coconut cream and garnished with crushed peanuts on top, we rounded up our festival menu with this smooth Pumpkin Pudding for a sweet perfect ending.
With its cheerful relaxed atmosphere, Unique Seafood is the perfect place to share a great meal with family and friends. If you want privacy, the restaurant also has several secluded rooms fitted out with karaoke facilities for a memorable night. For more information, please visit www.pj23.unique-seafood.com or email to [email protected]
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