Where to Find the Best Seafood Places in Klang Valley?

I have practiced the seafood diet for as long as I can remember. So far, the diet has been quite easy. I mean, I just see food, and I eat it. I think it’s the kind of diet which suits many people, especially considering that it’s easily applicable. Sounds fishy? I hope not! When you’re on a seafood diet, you have got to know where to get the best. I’ll keep the post shrimp-le and get to the point!


1. Myseafoodmart

Myseafood mart is the first and only full-fledged online seafood store that sells the freshest produce to deliver right to your doorstep. With more than 20 years of experience in the fishing industry, you’ve got nothing to doubt them about. They have five fishing trawler boats and even a special farm dedicated just to rear Dragon Grouper.

All of the seafood you see on their website is from their daily catch in Pulau Ketam. In fact, they were probably still swimming the morning of your order. The seafood wouldn’t even know what a freezer was because they have never touched it.

W: http://myseafoodmart.com/
E: sales@myseafoodmart.com
P: +601 11230 8408
A: No. 738, Sungai Satu, 42940 Pulau Ketam


2. Nikudo Seafood

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Nikudo Seafood has always been a reliable brand. The one-stop center is like a magic genie – tell them what you need, and they will grant it. With a big vision, to become the best seafood brand in the nation, they vow to provide consumers with fresh, healthy, convenient, natural, and hygienic seafood. Their stock originates from the non-polluted coast of Sabah, East Malaysia. Talk about complying with the HACCP standard!

W: http://www.nikudo.com/
P: +603 7873 6505
A: No.40, Jalan SS 2/63, SS 2, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
O: 07.00 am – 07.00 pm daily. Closed on Mondays


3. Southern Rock Seafood

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The freshest seafood in town is right here at Southern Rock Seafood. The family-run place flies the most delicate fish and shellfish from the pristine southern oceans around Australasia and cold waters of northern Europe. They believe in traceable, sustainable fishing practices and sourcing directly from fishers and oystermen.

Whether its fish, oyster, shellfish, smoked fish or sea food larder, everything is from sustainable stocks with minimal environmental impact and efficient management. You can now taste one of the best air-flown fishes to Malaysia, and Southern Rock Seafood is more than proud to serve it to you.

W: http://www.southernrockseafood.com/
E: josh@southernrockseafood.com
P: +603 2856 2016
A: 32 Jalan Kemuja,, Bangsar, Bangsar Utama, 59000 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur
O: 10.00 am – 10.00 pm daily


4. Seaworld Fresh Mart

Of course, when talking about seafood, you can’t miss out on processed products! With the rainy season that is coming up, you would want a night of seafood steamboat to comfort your body and soul. If that is the case, you might want to consider Seaworld Fresh Mart.

Besides an array of frozen seafood, they supply ready-to-cook frozen products such as prawn ball, cuttlefish ball and such. The taste? Put in your mouth and it will melt in your heart. So, slice, skewer, and dip into your favourite soup – it’ll be your loved ones favourite.

W: http://www.seaworld.my/
E: swfmsb@gmail.com
P: +603 6187 8301
A: Spring Crest Industrial Park, 42, Jalan 2/10b, Taman Industri Spring Crest Batu Caves, 68100 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur
O: 8.30 am – 6.30 pm (Monday – Friday), 8.30 am – 1.30 pm (Satuday). Closed on Sundays


5. Selayang Wet Market

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Possibly one of the best wet markets in Klang Valley, you can get your seafood 24/7 right here. Midnight or crack of dawn cravings, just head here to find your favourite seafood. You will 100% get first dibs on all the best produce there is.

Meet all the friendly fishmongers who are more than willing to help you choose and clean the best fish, and some might even tell you the best way to prep and cook them for free! Also, this is one of the cheapest places to get your seafood without having to go to the port. What are you waiting for?

A: Jalan Taman Selayang Jaya, Taman Selayang Jaya, 68100 Batu Caves, Selangor


6. Lo Seafood

Welcome to Malaysia’s premier seafood store, Lo Seafood! Through their very own fishing boat, they serve the freshest high-quality catches from the sea and deliver it to fix your cravings.

With more than 30 years and several fishing boats, they can guarantee the quality which they continuously monitor and control through their collection point at Hutan Melintang, Sekinchan. Chinese pomfret? Coral trout? Grouper? Order now and you’ll have it in 24 hours for your steamboat or BBQ gathering!

W: https://www.loseafood.com/
E: sales@loseafood.com
P: +601 2381 9755


7. Yamaguchi Fresh Market

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Have you ever heard of Tsukiji Fish Market in Japan? You don’t have to travel to Japan to experience it because Yamaguchi Fish Market is bringing the experience to Malaysia. You can see the fresh catches, from seasonal fishes to uni at the highest quality in this energetic spirit of the vibrant market.

Cook at home with your own signature recipes or perhaps, you can also opt to dine in. Yamaguchi Fish Market serves an extensive carefully curated menu. As a marketplace that offers variety and abundance, it is a must-go culinary destination for people looking for a fresh, sustainably-caught seafood.

W: http://www.yamaguchifishmarket.com/
E: info@yamaguchifishmarket.com
P: +60122682816
A: 16, Jalan Kampung Pandan, Kelab Golf di Raja Selangor, 55000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
O: 12.00 pm – 3.30 pm, 6.00 pm – 10.30 pm daily



Let’s shell-ebrate with seafood! Don’t be shellfish and share this list with your loved ones – families, and friends. Perhaps this can be a “code” that you’re craving for it!

Regina Wiriadinata

Hello there, pleasure to meat you.. oops, I mean meet. Hunger tends to get the best of me, which happens almost 24/7. You can probably find me at a gelateria, holding triple scoops of gelato in a cone. Please donut talk about my diet because I always end up with a slice of cake at the end of the day.

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