Fisherman’s Cove Seafood Restaurant at Feast Village, Starhill Gallery Kuala Lumpur proves to be another well-hidden, yet noteworthy restaurant with outstanding, unique design, bringing you to dine “beside the sails of a boathouse” in rustic setting, fisherman’s lifestyle.
Bamboo structures made up most of the furnishing in Fisherman’s Cove, with transparant fishing sails, opened kitchen and a wide array of seafood selection to rival the Meditterranean Sea.
For diners looking for more intimate dining experience, head on to the mezzanine floor which to us, a bigger and more well-organized space with booths that resemble a houseboat with bamboo shed.
Fisherman’s Cove Seafood restaurant is actually inspired by the 7-star Muse Hotel in Saint Tropez, conjuring images of traditional fishing villages in times gone by. Exotic Eastern flavours and elegant French fair here is exquisitely prepared, definitely never fails to disappoint.
To complement the village-inspired dining experience to the full, Fisherman’s Cove will be hosting its very own seafood Night Market every Friday, from 6PM onwards, startin from November 2014.
Diners will be greeted with welcome drink specially crafted by the beverage manager at Feast Village once arrive, and soon be led to the glass display featuring beautiful arrangement of fresh seafood placed on ice.
View and pick your choice of seafood, select the quantity you wish to have. Pricing for each dish will be based on the amount of seafood selected. Friendly staff will be on hand to weigh the fresh seafood immediately and allow guests to adjust the quantity, add or minus if necessary.
Apart from chilled glass display, check out also the fish tanks at Fisherman’s Cove and grab the freshest seafood available during your visit. Freshness, always the first thing to emphasize in this restaurant. To add on the varieties, diners can enquire for chicken, beef and lamb accordingly.
Interestingly, there will be no standard menu with clear listing of cooking methods. Fisherman’s Cove terms this as “walking menu”, where, Staffs will recommend the best cooking methods for your seafood selection in order to deliver best flavour and pairing possible. Of course, you can customized according to your liking too.
Some of the cooking methods available comprise of the standard grill, steamed, oven baked and pan fried. Executive Chef Wai will also include traditional cooking methods such as ikan bakar with daun pisang for diners who prefer a classic Malaysian taste.
For guests who prefer to be more hands-on with their dishes, there is also the option for Japanese style hot pot syabu-syabu. With three different choices of soup: spicy tomyum, herbal and Japanese miso, guests will be able to cook their own seafood at their table, allowing guests to have the pleasure of cooking and dining simultaneously.
East meets West is not a surprise here, you can have Deshelled Prawns with Mango Mayo Salad for your your appetizer, and move on with Steamed Fish and Chinese-style Kam Heong Tiger prawns for your main courses. Apparently, everything tastes so good.
Seeing the freshness of this huge mud crab, the chef recommends us to have it steamed in soy sauce. Light with minimal seasoning, the outcome may be a little pale comparing to Chilli Crab or Buttermilk Crab, but we enjoy savouring the most original sweetness of this fresh meaty crab, packed with juiciness too.
For dessert, it will also be recommendation from the host, including the outlet’s signature banana fritters with ice cream, a favourite among regulars at Fisherman’s Cove.
Tiffin Bay Starhill Gallery,
181, Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur,
Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Contact: +603 2782 3848
Fax: +603 2782 3818
Opening hours :
Monday – Sunday : 12pm – 11pm
Last Order: In-Restaurant Dining 10.45pm