Daily: 10:30 - 21:30
Enjoy World’s Best Catch in Town at Oceans of Seafood in PasarBella. Nestled in PasarBella, Oceans of Seafood brings in its seafood twice weekly from a variety of countries such as Japan, Australia, New Zealand, the U.S., Canada, the U.K., Norway, etc. Here is where you can expect to see a smorgasbord of seafood, such as fresh fishes from Tsukiji Fish Market, succulent Boston lobsters and Pacific oysters. All of these fresh seafood can be prepared and served on the spot in Oceans of Seafood’s 95-seater restaurant where the chef will whip up either Japanese or Western-style seafood dishes.
Full review: http://www.jacqsowhat.com/2014/12/oceans-of-seafood-pasarbella-singapore.html
I was impressed at the freshness of the seafood here. It allows me to experience Japan once again, at the famed Tsukiji Fish Market right here at Oceans of Seafood in PasarBella. They are currently a tuna feast promotion where 50% off usual prices. This is also where you get to enjoy top-notch quality seafood without the hefty price tags. I'm thankful to have the honoured to witness an exclusive live Bluefin Tuna cutting demonstration performed by Chef Mizu San. This live demonstration has indeed transport me back to the heart of the Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo.
The Chutoro Sashimi - Total shiokness and freshness. There weren't any fishy taste and it's so fresh that it sort of melts in your mouth on your first bite. Really good! Lastly for the tuna dishes, there's Negitoro Chirashi. The rice grain used were from Hokkaido, slightly more fragrant than the usual sushi rice. I wish they used Chutoro in the Chirashi instead of Negitoro. Also we had the Boston lobster. The meat within were so fresh and succulent, every bite full of satisfaction. Be sure to dip into the sauce given, especially the garlic butter sauce, my eye literally lit up after I took a bite of it.
It's worth value especially with the various promotions going on.
I had high expectations for this restaurant because of the location and reviews but it's just average. Food:. good salmon rice, thin sushi. Expected thicker slices of fish they are conveyor belt standard. Beef stew is actually beef curry-tasty with many chunks of beef. Service:. good Ambience: it's s stall in a high class food court. Value:. poor because items are priced high.
Initially I was quite skeptical but I was really very impressed with the selection of seafood available and I must say the seafood served were all very fresh. Spoke to one of the staff and he mentioned that they bring in their fishes from Tsujiki market twice a week. Will definitely come back again!