Batam, for Seafood Lovers

If you have free time in Batam and wondering what to do in Batam, other than shopping I would suggest to try their Seafood. There are so many great seafood resto, but in this post I only share two seafood restaurants that I tried on my last visit to Batam. 

We arrived about lunch time and went directly to a resto called Tiam Huat. From what stated on their sign, the food is halal. Tiam Huat was very crowded, lucky that we got seat for 20 of us:)


All of us ordered their special menu which is Ikan Asam Pedas and it was perfect for a hot day! It's sour and spicy, with fresh tomato and soup. By the way the color of the plate made this fish looks gorgeous:p The soup tasted like tom yum, hmm yummy!


After a half day meeting, we ended our day by having dinner at Golden Prawn Resto 555. It's a huge resto where you could choose your own fresh seafood.



Of course we ordered their famous Gonggong, but I don't like it. I have tried it before, but it's just not my fave Batam seafood.



The best food that night was their Kepiting Saus Padang, spicy!



Other than Gonggong and Kepiting, we also ordered these food:p It was too much really, but we enjoyed all the food:)




Hope to visit Batam again someday to try their other delicious seafood :)


written on May 1, 2013

10 comments:

  1. Your posting makes me missing Batam more and the old days when I lived there !!!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Hahhaha let's go back there :)

      Delete
  2. Gonggong is like escargots??
    Hmmm kak, I am drooling over those delicious food!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Hmm I think it's different Gy.. you should try someday..

      Delete
  3. ngiler, laper, frustasi liat foto2 yang yummy :p Aku belum pernah ke Batam tapi liat jenis masakan hampir sama kayak Singapore ya?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Hehe,,iya tapi yang pasti lebih murah dan lebih enak di Batam sih Deb..

      Delete
  4. it's look like chinese food. For a moment I tought that Batam is mainly influenced with malay cuisine like its neighbor, Riau.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Hmmm well you're right, all the food are influenced by the people moving to Batam for work.

      Delete
  5. tulisan ttg Batam yg lain nggak ada mbak? bln depan aku ke batam nih, masih bingung mau kemana aja. kalo pgn liat singapur paling jelas dari mana ya?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Kak Tyas, aku ke Batam beberapa kali tapi karena kerjaan, ihiks, jadi tulisannya sedikit (:

      Paling jelas mau liat Singapur? Kenapa enggak nyeberang aja ke Singapura sekalian?

      Delete

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...