4 child-friendly seafood restaurants in Singapore

By Lynn Wee   — November 10, 2016
  • Oceans of Seafood
    1 / 4 Oceans of Seafood

    This seafood market-cum-restaurant at Pasarbella has a new menu.

    Among the highlights: three chirashi variations with seafood ingredients like tuna, salmon and mekajiki (swordfish); prices start from $22++. 

    Our favourite is the Seiro Mushi – seafood and vegetables are steamed in bamboo baskets atop a boiling pot of miso-flavoured soup base. 

    Kids aged six and below enjoy a free kid’s set meal (choose either fish and chips, or the sushi set) worth $12, when you order any two a la carte mains (from $22++). 

    Find out more here 

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  • Seafood Paradise
    2 / 4 Seafood Paradise

    Seafood Paradise, the very first concept by Paradise Group, has re-located from Defu Lane to level 2 of The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands.

    Widely recognised for its finesse in showcasing seafood, its signature dishes include the Singapore style chilli crab and the creamy butter crab topped with coconut crumbs – made fresh daily using aromatics such as curry leaves and lemon grass. 

    What we adore most is the crispy kang kong topped with cuttlefish in homemade seafood sauce, a take on the classic zi char dish, but better.

    The vegetables are dipped in batter, fried and served crispy (which explains its name) with its sweet and spicy sauce (from $14.80 for the small portion). 

    Find out more here

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  • Diamond Kitchen
    3 / 4 Diamond Kitchen

    In celebration of its third year anniversary, Diamond Kitchen has launched a new menu to delight its fans.

    Among the highlights of its birthday selection, is the Diamond Sauna Treasures – a steamed basket featuring a selection of denizens of the deep (as pictured above), which comes with four homemade dips (this dish is only available at the Science Park Drive outlet, from $188++). 

    There is also the Ba Ba Pomfret ($38++) – steamed with a piquant tamarind sauce that is naturally sweetened with grated pineapple. But, if the little one doesn’t take spicy food, try the Kong Bak Pau (from $18++) instead.

    The slabs of braised pork belly will melt in her mouth, and she will have fun assembling her own bun as well. 

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  • Wan Hao Chinese restaurant
    4 / 4 Wan Hao Chinese restaurant

    The restaurant at Singapore Mariott Tang Plaza Hotel, Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant, has re-opened its doors after a major refurbishment. 

    Besides the new decor of black and gold, it has also introduced a selection of new dainty Dim Sum creations, such as the steamed shrimp dumpling with black truffle and cordyceps flower ($6++ for two pieces) and the deep-fried taro dumpling with mini abalone and scallop ($10.50++ for two pieces). 

    What’s not to be missed other than the seafood dishes, is the deep-fried crispy durian ($16++ for four pieces).

    Kids who love durian will love this dish – especially when it’s crispy on the outside, and the filling oozes with every bite. 

    Find out more here

    Related: 3 new Japanese restaurants to visit with the family 

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