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Who doesn’t love seafood?! Everyone does! But where to go for the best seafood in Jakarta? Well, here are some seafood restaurants in Jakarta where you can have seafood galore!
1. Bandar Djakarta – $$
A major seafood restaurant with fish market concept, providing various of fresh fishes and live seafood. Pick the fresh fish and many different types of other sea creatures, pick the way it’s cooked, and choose the area you want to enjoy it in. The best is by the beach spot, but it s also everyone’s favorite, which means you need to fight your way into a good spot in a busy night too!
Flavor Bliss – Alam Sutera Jl. Alam Sutera Boulevard Kav.6, Serpong +622153140388
Taman Impian Jaya Ancol, East Entrance Jl. Lodan Timur +62216455472/ +62216456554
Hours: Monday – Friday : 10.00 – 22.00
Sat – Sun : 10.00 – 23.00
2. Cut The Crab – $$
Cut The Crab surely gets a mention in anyone’s list. In our list, the restaurant tops the list not only for the quality and freshness of the food, but also for its commitment to Indonesia seafood sustainability; not only do they only serve seafood from Indonesia, including live Indonesian Mud Crab delivered through Air flight Cargo from Sulawesi and Papua. Prices start as low as Rp. 55,000/person for a personal meal, to Rp. 1,400,000 for a whole 3 kg mud crab that you can share with 2 other friends.
Jl. Cikajang No.32, South Jakarta Phone: (021) 7206810
Jl. boulevard Barat Raya Blok LC-6 No.7, Kelapa Gading Phone: 021-24520305
Rukan Garden House Blok B Nomer 1B, North Jakarta. Phone: 021-290 33519
Jln Batu Ceper Raya No.49A, Gajah Mada, Central Jakarta. Phone: 021- 3501696
Open Daily: Mon-Sun: 10.30am – 11.30pm
3. Seafood Wiro Sableng 212 – $
A must try for seafood lovers, Wiro Sableng 212 (named after the popular Indonesian folk story of the blind warrior) cooks up mean fresh seafood in affordable price too. Must try: kepiting lada hitam (black pepper crab) that’s double cooked; grilled and then stir fried. perfect! The price is not listed on the menu, so better confirm the prices to the wait staff before you order to avoid any complications on your bill!
Jl Kelapa Gading Boulevard Blok QA 3 No 2, North Jakarta
Phone: 021- 4584-6930
4. Seafood City – $$
Seafood City is located at Green Bay Super Block – Pluit, North Jakarta. Managed by Bandar Djakarta, Seafood City offers similar concept of seafood products both for life and fresh in the Fish Market, where you can choose and order as you wish, serving quality seafood from Indonesia, Alaska, Canada, Australia and South Korea. built on the 1,500 sqm permanent jetty, it is definitely a one of a kind dining experience in Jakarta.
Baywalk Mall, Ground Floor #21
Jl. Pluit Karang Ayu B1 Utara
Muara Karang, Pluit, Jakarta Utara 14450
Phone: +62.21.66676060, 66607480, 44693048
hours: Mon- Fri: 11.00 – 22.30
Sat- Sun: 10.00 – 23.30
5. Santai Malam 1001 Seafood – $
Another seafood spot in our list, Santai Malam 1001 has a quirky name that we’re not sure the meaning of (what’s with the numbers with all these seafood stalls?!) but definitely worth getting out of your comfort zone for if you live out of the Kelapa Gading area. Just like 212, Santai Malam also has a price range that’s hard to beat. A plate of shrimp or squid are around 40 to 50 thousand, while fish and crab are more seasonal and priced per 100 grams.
Santai Malam 1001, Jl. Raya Kelapa Kopyor No.1 Blok J4, Kelapa Gading North Jakarta
Phone : 021-4531192
6. Layar Seafood – $$
A popular Indonesian-seafood restaurant from Surabaya that is famous for its fresh seafood, Layar, finally opened its first branch in Jakarta. Located in West Jakarta, the interior is surprisingly very classy and elegant, and the price is very affordable. A musty try for all seafood lovers!
Jl. Pesanggrahan Raya No. 80, Meruya, Jakarta
Phone: 021 58907223
Hours: 11:00 – 22:00
7. Jun Njan Restaurant – $$
If the Chinese way is your favored way of eating your seafood, than Jun Jan is your deal. With a prime first location placed in Tanjung Priok in 1956, they now have the legendary status as the best Chinese seafood restaurant in Jakarta. Although now, with their success, you can easily find their outlets all over the city.
Now with 14 branches in Batu Ceper, Arteri Pondok Indah, Grand Indonesia, Mall of Indonesia (MOI) Kelapa Gading, Central Park, Gandaria City, Living World Alam Sutra, Puri Indah Mall, Emporium Pluit,SenayanCity, Plaza Indonesia