Ocean Green is one of my favorite seafood restaurant in town where you can enjoy fresh and delicious seafood, the restaurant is well located right beside seaside with tremendous view. Ocean green do serve the most expensive fish which is “Wang Bu Liao” for a premium price but that is not our standard to try it out yet. Let get start with our Chinese New Year must do Lou Sang.
Yu Sheng RM58 or we call it prosperity toss which is one of the Malaysia Chinese culture to do this event during Chinese New Year, the higher you toss the fastest your wish come true. Assorted crispy flour made items with few slice of salmon, top with sweet sauce before tossing, it taste sweet and crispy.
Claypot Seafood RM70, rich ingredients such as abalone slice, fish maw, sea cucumber, sea asparagus and vegetable braised with soup stock. Seafood is very crunchy and fresh, I like the sea cucumber very much as it is very soft and fully absorb the soup stock freshness.
Salted Egg Prawn RM60, fresh big prawn without shell coated with a layer of salted egg then deep fried to golden color. The salted egg coating gave a sweet and salty taste together with prawn springy and firm texture is truly awesome.
Chicken Satay RM25 is one if my favorite dish, even though it cost RM1 each but it pretty big and the flavorful chicken meat must be marinated for pretty long time.
Kam Heong Squid RM30, squid coat with a layer of flour deep fried to perfection then stir fried with Kam Heong sauce, deep fried make the squid contain it moisture while the kam heong sauce gave additional flavor to it taste.
Overall Ocean Green do serve good food and we are all happy dining here, the down side is the restaurant close too early. We plan to have a long chit chat but sadly they start to close down at 10pm.
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48f Jln Sultan Ahmad Shah,, Georgetown, Prince Edward Island 10050
N5 25.576 E100 19.568
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