|Pick the oysters you want and watch the skilled staffs shuck them in front of you.|
|Mix Selection of Oysters|
On sale was the Irish Premium from Ireland, Gallagher Specials from Ireland, Tragheanna Bay from Ireland, Cloudy Bay from New Zealand, Sydney Rock from Australia, Streaky Bay from Australia , West Mersea from England and Jersey Rock from England and we ordered all of them. As we ordered them as a mix selection, from the salty to the creamy, my favorite of the lots was the Irish Premium and Gallagher as they are sweet, creamy and retains a little crunch so there's a bit of bite into the oyster.
They also have a nice selection of fresh sashimi but I have to say that Top Catch edged them out in that category. Maybe because the cuts are slightly chunkier than Top Catch, the flavor and the sweetness of the meat isn't elevated even though they are fresh.
|Bunch of us skipping dance for a good afternoon of oysters.|
While we were there, we got a chance to have a chat with Edward Gallagher and learn more about the process Irish Premium goes through in maintaining a certain quality of oysters before packaging for the market all thanks to Josh from Southern Rock. Even had the chance to share with Edward my little recipe for Guinness Cream to pair with the oysters. So let's see if this is a good alternative for Tabasco sauces that is more commonly used.
After a good meal of oysters, we sat back and enjoyed 2 hours of beautiful live music by Anthony Cummins and his friends.
Definitely will visit Southern Rock Seafood again for some fresh oysters aside from Shucks.
SOUTHERN ROCK SEAFOOD34, Jalan Kemuja, Bangsar,
59000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Hours: (Mon - Sunday) 10:00 am – 10:00 pm,
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