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Seafood Paradise @ Singapore Flyer, Singapore

Seafood lovers in Singapore definitely would not like to miss the famous seafood restaurant - Seafood Paradise. Located at retailer terminal at the renowned Singapore Flyer, it is the second outlet operated by the Paradise Group of Restaurants with the first one being in Defu Lane (source from internet). Despite being a second branch, exodus of patrons still flocking the restaurant during my visit on a weekend and it was almost full.

The signature singapore Chili Crab
The dinner starts off with a simple yet dense seafood based appetizer. A platter with 4 different dishes was enough to make one engorge as the dishes were luscious, especially the salmon wrapped mayonnaise. Do withhold your chopsticks if you were to preserve more capacity for more great dishes later.

Shark fine alike soup but no shark fins were harmed during the process. It appears to be some starchy soup. Add on some vinegar to spice it up.

Seafood crispy noodles complemented with various seafood added. For every scoop of noodles there is a high chance you will scoop up seafood as well. 



Steamed fish with soft and tender meat. The fish was fresh and smooth, and literally the fish meat could slip on your tongue. The slight salty gravy was best to complement a bowl of plain rice. 

An interesting which I come across, slices of fried lotus roots with vegetables. The crispiness of the lotus roots were just nice as if you were taking a softer version of potato chips. 

There comes the sinful dish - butter prawns. The prawns are just moderate though but its taste is being knocked out nicely by the shredded fried butter. Fret not if you are allergy to prawn, you may take the shredded fried alone and it taste even better than the prawn, though you may need to head for a late night gym session continuously for a few days after this.

Singapore has been always famous for its chili crabs hence one shall not miss it. Though its name is chili crab but the tomato and egg based gravy was not spicy, and best if stuffed into the complement crispy hot buns. Of course, the crab meats were very fresh and exhibit a nice flavor. The claw parts will always be the favorite of all crab lovers. 

Pepper crab is another great dish with distinctive pepper being used. The pepper particles were clearly seen on all surfaces and imparted a slight spicy yet nice sensation to the crabs. 

Ending this luxurious dinner with a bowl of mango mixed pamelo dessert. 

Daiquri (Rum, Cointreau) - $14.80 
Singapore Sling (Gin, Cherry Brandy, Dom, Cointreau) - $16.80

Shirley Temple  (Lime, Grenadine, Lemonade) - $5.50

Seafood Paradise is famous of its cocktails and mocktails as well.

Overall, the dishes here are decent especially the crabs, and is definitely worth a second visit. The captain and waitress were very attentive with a very charming smile whenever they attend to us despite I can see them having a very busy night. 

           Remarks: The dinner was hosted by others so I do not have the detail on the expenses.
                          The photos were captured using Redmi. 

Seafood Paradise Restaurant @ Singapore Flyer
Address: 30 Raffles Ave, #01-01 Singapore Flyer, Singapore 039803
Tel: +65 6336 5101

Business Hours

Mon – Fri
11.30am – 3.00pm (Last order 2.30pm)
6.00pm – 11.00pm (Last order 10.30pm)

Sat, Sun & PH

11.30am – 3.00pm (last order at 2.30pm)
5.30pm – 11.00pm (last order at 10.30pm)

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