Bangsar Seafood Garden Restaurant @ One Bangsar [CLOSED]


    Bangsar Seafood Garden Restaurant, a stunning and lavish seafood restaurant that has been one of the number one stops in the city for over a decade for gourmet food lovers. Thanks to Jade for inviting us, Ivy and Vkeong over for a night filled with food and laughter.

    If you’re looking for a great ambiance while digging in for food, you couldn’t do any better than BSGR. The restaurant comprises a high-ceiling floor with serene water features that create an unique dining experience.


    One of the highlight in BSGR is the elegant dining table with transparent glass top placed next to the water feature.

    With a beautiful backyard garden, it is the perfect place to held a wedding party or private function.

    Loh Han Vegetables (Large) RM40. We started with loh han vegetables;  the vegetables were  crisp, refreshing and light, and wolf berries and red dates were added to enhance the sweetness of the dish.

    Fresh Water Prawns with Special Sauce (RM135/kg). Coated in a sweet and sour special sauce with chips, the sweet and succulent meat gave a bursty and bouncy bite. We also devoured this in a jiffy, nevertheless.

    Wok Fried Rice with Pumpkin Cubes (Large) RM40. The rice was fragrant and fluffy, together with the sweetness from the pumpkin cubes, it brings you a “little taste of heaven” in every bite.

    Baked Cod Fish with Oats (RM130/kg). This is such a nice way to serve cod fish! The creamy sauce sprinkled with bits of crunchy oats were especially appetizing.

    We were lucky enough to try two of BSGR’s crab dishes that have received plenty of accolades. First,  the infamous Butter Crab was presented upon us ( RM53-60/kg).

    The crabbies were evenly coated in the liberal thick sauce, with a slight hint of spiciness from curry leaves and cili padi. The accompanying fried mantao is great to mop off all the creamy thick butter sauce. It is simply out of the world!

    Salted Egg Yolk Crab. I have to say that BSGR’s  salted egg yolk crab is the best one around. The crabs were laden with lots of gritty salted egg yolk and we like the fact that the dish itself is “dry”, unlike the watery version that is common in other restaurants.
    Fried bun/Steamed bun (12 pcs RM6)

    Chilled Honey Dew with Avocado and Aloe Vera. The unique dessert was fantastically refreshing and light. Do bear in mind that the dessert is prepared upon special request; so remember to call beforehand to make a reservation.

    While BSGR isn’t ideal for those on a budget, it is a great choice if you are looking to splurge a little on a comfortable environment with a great selection of seafood fresh from the tank. You can even make your reservation online at BSGR website, there are set menus and ala carte menus for you to refer to.

    Bangsar Seafood Garden Restaurant
    One Bangsar,
    No 63, Jalan Ara,
    Bangsar Baru,
    59100 Kuala Lumpur
    Telephone: +6 03 2282 2555, Fax: +6 03 2284 4827
    (Lunch: 12:00pm – 2:30pm)
    (Dinner: 6:00pm – 10:30pm)


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