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Digest 5 oyster bars for a shucking good time

5 oyster bars for a shucking good time

5 oyster bars for a shucking good time
By Karmun Ng
November 22, 2016
Here's where to go the next time you're craving for some delicate ocean sweetness with a spritz of lemon juice and a dash of tabasco sauce.

Pigs in blankets and the occasional beef sliders make for great accompaniment with beer on the average Friday nights out but sometimes, you'll crave for something a tad bit fancier. 

Occasions like these call for oysters and wine. Here's where to go the next time you're craving for some delicate ocean sweetness with a spritz of lemon juice and a dash of tabasco sauce to go with a tall cold glass of bubbly. 


Bait

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A popular fixture along the Telawi row of restaurants in Bangsar for years now, Bait continues to stand strong with its offerings of fresh and juicy oysters (along with a long list of other seafood from mussels to freshwater yabbies) perfectly paired with a respectable list of wines. Regular promotions and interesting gigs with guest bartenders ensure there's always something to look forward to here. Find them here.


Crave

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Baked, grilled, deep-fried, fresh, dropped into a shot of vodka -- the options are endless here at Crave in how you can get creative with your selected oysters. Sit at the bar and watch how they're prepared or dine alfresco and people-watch while you take your time with your bounty with a nice cold beverage in hand. Find out more here.


Southern Rock Seafood

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Eat your fill of oysters and once you've had enough, buy some to go at this seafood restaurant and wholesaler in one. The rest of its menu is seafood all the way with not a speck of chicken, pork nor beef in sight, such is how serious they take their seafood so you know you're getting only top-notch choices here. Make your reservations here.


The Point KL

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Like the rest of its modern European menu, The Point KL dresses up its oysters with a little extra frill, matching them to its extensive wine offering and more romantic restaurant ambience. For your money's worth, Tuesday and Saturdays are the days to look out for when they go for only RM5.99 per piece. Learn more here.


Shucked Oyster Bars

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For laidback enjoyment where the shellfish are the main stars, Shucked is practically a household name when an oyster craving strikes. They also offer mobile oyster bars so the oysters come to you at your next event where you can show off and shuck your own oysters or have a shucker on hand to do the work for you. Learn more here.


Have we triggered an immense craving? Why not go the full seafood mile with Shangri-La's seafood buffet every Saturday?

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Digest Oyster Seafood Crave Shucked Bait Southern Rock Seafood The Point KL Tatler 5 Oyster Bar

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