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Sea Tripod Seafood Paradise (New Bridge Road)
Asian | Chinese
Sea Tripod Seafood Paradise is a unique fine-dining steamed seafood restaurant nestled along New Bridge Road, offering a galore of fresh and imported seafood including abalones, sea urchins, scallops, razor clams, oysters, lobsters, yellow roe crabs, tiger prawns, sea cucumbers and many more.

Sea Tripod’s dining concept is one that focuses on quality and freshness of sea produces, allowing customers to enjoy the nutrients and natural goodness of these products using the best possible cooking method – steaming. The food is cooked right before diners’ eyes using our state of the art / fully retractable automatic steaming equipment (First in Asia and Singapore), ensuring our customers a great and pleasant dining experience.
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$30-$50 / person
Parking
Near to MRT (5mins walk)

Location

331 New Bridge Road
#01-02 Dorsett Residences
Singapore 088764
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Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday:
11:30AM - 3:00PM
(Last order at 2:30PM)
5:30PM - 11:00PM
(Last order at 10:30PM)

Saturday & Sunday:
11:30am - 11:00PM
(Last order at 10:30PM)

Reviews

If you’re looking for a place to indulge healthily, Sea Tripod Seafood Paradise is perfect.

Each table is outfitted with a steam cooker that cooks rice or porridge, and steamed seafood. Our unique meal experience first began with the waiter pouring in a bowl of short grain Thai fragrant rice, a bowl of chicken stock, chopped sweet potatoes and wolfberries. The porridge was then left to cook while he got started on the seafood on the metal grill above the pot where the porridge was cooking.

Next, came the steamed Kurobuta Pork Belly slices that are perfect when dipped into Sea Tripod’s homemade special sauce. While the meat was cooking, Anna, the owner, presented a beautifully laid out dish of raw whole sea urchin and spiky sea cucumber. Both were fresh and sans any fishy odour. If you’re uncomfortable with consuming them raw, the sea urchin and sea cucumber can be steamed upon request.

One of the highlights of the meal though, was the seafood platter that comprised fresh scallops, abalone, oyster, lala (a kind of clam) and black clams. The sea bass and tiger prawns – also steamed – were expertly cooked, and best eaten dipped in soy sauce.

At the end of the meal, the porridge, which was cooked at the beginning, was ready to be served. Utterly perfect.
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