Photo not mine  (c)
Photo not mine

Seafood is fresh when it calls for minimal ingredients to be added to produce a stellar dish. The seafood dishes at Royal Kitchen Seafood Restaurant offer the joy of tasting freshly caught treasure of the sea. Royal Kitchen Seafood Restaurant is known for its irresistible fresh seafood dishes and its spacious interior for groups.

At Royal Kitchen  Seafood, we were served with well-love and cooked Chinese dishes. It is located at the far end of the Dampa area.When I entered the restaurant, I immediately caught the usual feeling I sense every time I go to Chinese Restaurants. The place was neat and the table have surprisingly big round tables.


Baked Scallops
Baked Scallops

Baked Scallops is luxuriously smothered with melted cheese and butter. Basing on the photo above, some of the scallops were over-baked. But all in all, the dish was super delicious!


The tempura had this tasty crunch that we were able to enjoy. The great thing about this dish was, it was cooked perfectly. This dish is best eaten, while still hot and paired with kikkoman sauce.

Buttered Garlic Shrimp
Buttered Garlic Shrimp

The Buttered Garlic Shrimp could either make one crave for a bottle of cold beer or a bowl of rice. This dish is smothered with generous amount of garlic and chilli and it’s sautéed in oil. The flavors in the dish give the right kick of spice, enough to awaken those taste buds of yours.

Adobong Pusit
Adobong Pusit

At first glance, one might think that it is Dinuguan because of its color. The dish is as black as the night because it was filled with squid ink. It has a sweet but sour taste. It tasted so good, but the catch about this dish is it will leave black stains in your teeth and lips.

To sum it all up, the food here in Royal Kitchen Seafood Restaurant are delightful and tasty. They serve great-tasting Chinese cuisines. The dishes are wonderful, specially the seafood dishes. They are worth the money.

Review made by Naomi Yumul


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