7 Best Shell-Out In Penang For Seafood Lovers

Best Shell-Out in Penang ??? We’re sure that by now everyone is no stranger to seafood buckets, where you have a bucket full of sumptuous seafood doused in rich, savory sauces. As if that’s not jaw-dropping enough, you’ll be asked to empty it onto a table covered with plastic sheets. The best part about it is that you can drop your dining etiquette and feast on the luxurious spread using your hands with or without gloves.

7 Best Shell out in Penang

Control your salivary glands and be prepared for what’s to come, as we bring you on a journey of Top 7 Best Shell- Out in Penang! The first rule is to not wear white. Nothing white. And take some tissue, wet tissue! We’re telling ya…

#1 Crab & Lobster Seafood Oyster Bar

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It’s a mess and that’s why we’re here for! Established as the first few Crab & Lobsters shell-out spot in Penang, your table will be your plate and diners will savor the crustaceans using gloved hands so this might not be the ideal place for a romantic date. Coming from the live stocks in aquarium or refrigerator to ensure that seafood delivered to customers are the freshest they can get in the market. Cut to the chase and order the Shrimp or Crab Feast (with add-ons available). From the choices of oysters provided to what alcohol would go well for digestion (so we believe), service is believed to be impeccable. . If you decide to visit for dinner, advance reservation is recommended.

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Seri Tanjung Pinang, Tanjung Tokong, Penang
Hours:  12 PM to 12 AM. Opens daily
Phone: 04-899 2828

#2 Paparoger Cafe

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Gone the days where Georgetown Penang served all the purpose. Looking for a hands-on dining experience yet living across the island? Paparoger Cafe located in Seberang Perai will make you count your blessings. When they say their shell-out is kaw, it’s KAW!!!! Among fresh kinds of seafood served are carbs, prawns, mantis prawns cooked in a sweet, spicy and sour sauce cooked just right to make you salivate all night thinking about it! Perfect from a couple to a group of 10, Paparoger Cafe is “worth every penny” says the sources!

Address: No 68, Persiaran Tenggiri, Seberang Jaya Penang
Operating hours: Mon-Sun 4pm-12am
Phone : 0186663630

#3 Briyani + Shell out @ The Kunjaraamm

Not only one can enjoy their Lobster- Briyani style here, but they’ve also got shell-out menu to make you sweat. Coated with spices and choices like black pepper shell-out it’s one hell of a ride in Kujaramm. If you’ve got no idea where to have the birthday party this time around, Kunjaraamm is more than happy to serve shell-out with briyani according to the number of the crowd!

Address: 53, Lebuh Macallum, George Town, 10300 George Town, Pulau Pinang
Hours:  1 PM to 9.30 PM. Closed on Tuesdays.
Phone: 011-2838 5604

#4 Jumbo Platter @ The Hilltop

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Who doesn’t love seafood? Even better—who doesn’t love Thai-style cooking seafood that focuses on the idea of perfectly balanced flavours—its sourness, sweetness, saltiness, and spiciness, together in unison creating plates of seafood heaven. We’re here unforgivingly for the jumbo platter!!!! While you’re at it, give their Salt egg squid a try. Utterly delicious!

Address: Jalan Teluk Kumbar, 11000 Bayan Lepas, Pulau Pinang

 Hours: 11.30 AM to 10.30 PM. Opens daily.
 Phone: 04-629 9801

#5 Fizzy Cafe

Penang Island welcomes another Seafood-eatery that serves Seafood with the similar style to Cafe & lobster Seafood Bar and we aren’t complaining!  Fizzy Cafe manned by an awesome Malay family,won’t lure in you by importing seafood but serve you the freshest of the fresh source since they’re located very close to the fishing village, hence, freshness is a guarantee. Order the Shellrock combo in Fizzy Cafe.

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Worth Rm 70-combo set consists of 2 large Flower Crabs, 3 medium-large Prawns, 300 grams of Flower Clams and 300 grams of Clams as well as some crunchy greens. Diners can opt to enjoy the Seafood with complimentary White Rice. If that isn’t to bring the family together for a fun get to together, I dunno what will.

Address: Jalan Bayan Lepas, Kampung Masjid, 11900 Bayan Lepas, Pulau Pinang
Hours: 10 AM to 12 AM. Closed on Monday


#6 Paper Lobster

Fan of garlic and butter? Paper lobster is known for that dipping sauce and they’re so good at it, customers can’t stop coming back for more. Known to impress with their Louisiana Seafood Boil, most of the kinds of seafood here are cook with herbs and spices instead of cooking it in one sauce in order to surface the natural taste with a touch of flavor. Yasssss.

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If you ain’t-a fan of Garlic Butter, try the lava or cream instead and be amazed! Paper Lobster seafood sets are of a good combination of crabs, big prawns, baby lobsters, mussels, clams, corns, potatoes.I reckon you’ve got the drill!

Address: Karpal Singh Dr, Georgetown, Jelutong, Penang
Hours:  12 PM to 12 AM. Opens daily
Phone: 011-1099 1288

 #7 Le Harlequin Cafe

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Relatively new in the scene,  Le Harlequin sounds like a shop selling ya pastries but NO! They love fresh aquatic lives in their mouth in a messy mess manner! Compared the other restaurants, this cafe caters the customers in an affordable manner, that’s news right there! Fresh and stir-fried to complement Asian tastebuds they imrpess with their price as well. Instead of the rm148 for Meat Crab and RM168 for Egg Crab, enjoy dining with on Harley Crab Baker for RM99 only that can be easily shared by a crowd of 3. The set also comes with a concoction of Clams, Mussels, Yabbies, Prawns, Sausages, and Corns.

29C-01-19 Maritime, 11600 Jelutong, Penang

Hours: 5  PM to 11 PM.
Phone: 04-373 5414

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  1. Seriously, please improve your English! It is simply atrocious! The writer is simply extracting words from a thesaurus and plonking them into grammatically incorrect sentences while peppering them with dashes of local slang. I’ve read through your articles and all those I’ve read are a complete mess! It’s embarrassing how low the command of English is for Malaysians!

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