Riverview Seafood Restaurant @ Kuala Selangor

Here we are, in Kuala Selangor, looking at tugboats bringing in the freshest catch while waiting for seafood in this stilted restaurant overlooking the bay. Kuala Selangor is en route to our hometown, so whenever we go back, we will drop by to eat and buy some fresh seafood and local products.

Three-flavoured steam fish.

Garlic steamed scallop.
The three-flavoured steamed fish was sour and savoury with a mild sweetness from the fresh fish,that goes well with white rice. The scallop, cooked with garlic, was very fresh with springy meat.

Butter crab.

Deep fried buns.




Squid fritters.

The crab, however, was disappointingly not as fresh and not as fleshy, but the gravy is superb. It was cooked butter style, or in Cantonese, nai yau. The deep fried bread goes nicely with the crab's gravy.  The squid fritters were as usual, crunch, springy and snack like. I couldn't stop eating it.

Exterior of the restaurant.

 Overall this place offers reasonably priced seafood with many cooking style options. It was a good pit stop to enjoy a meal in a quaint fishing village style restaurant.
Riverview Seafood Restaurant
No. 1, Jalan Besar,
Pasir Penambang,
Kuala Selangor,
45000 Selangor, Malaysia
Tel: 03-3289-2238


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Comments

  1. The photos look good!!

    went there today 20/8/2012 - personally, it's over rated and over price. Please do not order things that are not on the menu, but then again...soft shell crab taste really bad i.e. dead fish smell, after 1 bite, u may want to puke.

    oyster omelette, well - it's flour..only 4 tiny oysters can be seen. deep fried squid taste bland (i.e. no taste, not salty, nothing..feel like eating chewing gum), the saving grace - mantis prawn butter style..

    probably the restaurant can't handle the volume of ppl..

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