Have your fill of the freshest catch from the ocean. Whether you like them steamed, raw or fried, here are some delectable cuisines that you can tuck into to satisfy that seafood craving.

Have your fill of the freshest catch from the ocean. Whether you like them steamed, raw or fried, here are some delectable styles of seafood that you can tuck into around town. 

[ Local ]

Crab in da Bag

Get your hands messy when dining at Crab in Da Bag, one of Singapore’s first Louisi-Asian seafood establishments. Grab a couple of friends and tuck into the Titanic Pot ($299)–a mix of various crustaceans such as crab, yabbies and clams, sweet corn and potatoes all boiled in a secret spice mix, doled out on the table and served with their dipping sauces. We highly recommend the Louisiana garlic butter dip to go with your meal. Gloves and bibs are provided. At various locations including #01-03 Viva Business Park, 750A Chai Chee Road. Tel: 6241 2660

Momma Kong’s

Seafood is serious business at Momma Kong’s. They are best known for their red chilli crab ($48) and black pepper crab ($48), that complement well with their fried mantous ($3 for 5). This funky joint also takes tze char to the next level with many stir-fried dishes such as de-shelled black pepper crab fried rice ($25), made with their signature black pepper sauce for lazy seafood lovers. Reservations are recommended. 34 Mosque Street. Tel: 6225 2722

[Korean]

K-Tower

The steamed seafood towers are offered in three ($58), ve, seven and nine tiers, and uses fresh seafood straight out from the tanks of the sleek, modern restaurant. Have a go at customising your own seafood tower from selections such as sea cucumber, fresh oysters and Boston lobsters. 74 Amoy Street. Tel: 6221 9928

Captain K

Sign us up for Captain K’s nine-layer seafood tower. Steam your crustaceans with your choice of soup base–dashi stock, house-made kimchi stew or ginseng broth ($298.90 for eight people), and savour the rich soup flavoured with seafood juices when all the layers are finished. Look out for the steamed squid stuffed with rice, as well as Alaskan king crab and grilled river king prawn with cheese and herb butter. #01-02 Income@Prinsep, 30 Prinsep Street. Tel: 6255 2270

[Chinese]

Chong Qing Grilled Fish

Cleverly crossing grilled fish and Sichuan hotpot, this casual restaurant uses over 20 types of spices and a mix of bean paste, chilli and pepper. Their signature is grilled seabass in spicy fragrant sauce ($45.60) and is served with enoki mushrooms and tofu. The sh is rst charcoal grilled and then placed in a deep dish of oily, tongue-numbing mala soup, with all the accompanying vegetables. #01-05/06, 1 Liang Seah Street. Tel: 6333 9148

Riverside Grilled Fish

This comfy chain restaurant from Beijing makes it easy to enjoy Sichuan style grilled sh. Choose from red tilapia ($35), pomfret ($38) or garoupa ($42), and various side dishes ($2.50-$4.50) to be cooked in a sauce of your choice, such as black bean and signature spicy. The restaurant also offers an extensive menu of appetisers, snacks and beverages. #B1-06/07 Raffles City Shopping Centre, 252 North Bridge Road. Tel: 6352 2035

[Hawaiian]

Alakai

Alakai strives to create a community through their food, hospitality and the Aloha Spirit through their dining experience and their poke plates. Don’t miss out on their Alakai Big Poke plate ($24.95), which includes both salmon and ahi tuna, seasoned in their special house sauce with white rice, and comes with potato-mac salad, cucumber kimchi, and carrot Meli- Meli. This portion is great for sharing, especially if you want a variety. They also have Tahiti Nui Poke plate ($15.45) with cooked prawn, for those who aren’t so keen on raw fish. #01-79, 3 Everton Park. Tel: 6904 4957

Poke Doke

Tucked right in the heart of Millenia Walk, Poke Doke opened its doors in 2017, and has been serving up quick hearty xes of the most authentic avours from the shores of Hawaii. Feel free to build your very own poke bowl with your choice of Norwegian salmon, ahi tuna or shitake tofu, with add-ons such as wakame seaweed and flying fish roe. Prices start at $12.50 to build your own bowl, or you can opt for signature bowls that include the Poke Doke signature ($14) and Umi Japanese bowl ($15.50). #01-95 Millenia Walk, 9 Raf es Boulevard. Tel: 9181 9140

Katto

Satisfy your sashimi cravings with Katto’s poke bowls. Freshly prepared at the outlet itself, choose from their many marinates, including goma tuna–fresh tuna with sesame sauce, and their spicy chicken rice chilli marinated salmon– a garlic-based chilli sauce marinated salmon. Bowls start at $7.90 for either white or brown rice, or salad and a veggie side, or $12.90 for their regular bowls that come with two choices of marinated fish and two sides. We recommend their grilled baby corn and edamame beans to go with your bowl. #01-21/22 Galaxis @ One North, 1 Fusionopolis Place. Tel: 9125 6512

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