Creamy Durian Seafood @ Just Seafood, Sunway Giza

There is this one place I have been wanting to dine at for quite some time but never got the chance as it will only be fun to dine in a group as the meal I am eyeing for is having seafood laid out with us eating straight from the table.

Just Seafood

A-9-G, Sunway Giza Mall,
Jalan PJU 5/14,
Dataran Sunway,
47810 Kota Damansara,
Petaling Jaya,

012-229 0855
FB: JustSeafoodMY

I finally got my chance today as my friend Rachel called for a gathering here to try out Just Seafood’s latest item on the menu – Creamy Durian Seafood. There were about 14 of us so that explains the amount of food you are about to see.

Imagine eating seafood drenched in durian based sauce. Sounds strange? I was sceptical too initially but it smells so good! Fragrant durian aroma filled the air the moment they poured the seafood on our table.

Oh, I also love that they used a huge bowl instead of a giant plastic bag to transfer the freshly cooked seafood from their kitchen wok to our table. The seafood is cooked in a wok in the kitchen and the sauce is mixed thoroughly there before transferring to our table to ensure every single piece of seafood is thoroughly coated with their sinfully delicious sauce.

Looks so good don’t you agree? It smells even better but does it tastes good?

Let’s take a bite to find out.

The first prawn I took was generously coated with this thick and gooey cheese.

I went crazy just looking at it!

I took a taste of it and OhEMGee! The flavor just blew me away. I expected something sweet, you know, like eating the durian fruit itself? But it is nothing like that. It’s NOTHING like eating fresh durian. Just forget about durian for a while. Get that thought out of your mind.

What we get is this savoury and very flavorful sauce that carries the fragrant aroma of durian. I’m still amazed that eventhough we get real durian pulp and fibers in the sauce, the durian sensation itself does not overpower the entire make-up of the sauce.

The verdict? I LOVE IT! Like seriously LOVING it! You see the fried mantao? We shiok max eating them dipped in the sedaplicious durian sauce.

You’ve got to try this to believe me. I think this Creamy Durian Seafood is the first in Malaysia as I’ve not heard any other places serving this, have you?

Disclaimer: The DURIAN I am holding is NOT included in the menu. Somebody cheeky actually brought the fruit there for fun :lol:

The price for this awesome Creamy Durian Seafood is the same as their Butter Cream Milk and Golden Salted Egg sauce. It is not stated in the menu yet as they will only officially launch it this weekend if I am not mistaken.

Besides Creamy Durian Seafood, we also ordered their popular Golden Salted Egg seafood because we thought some of us may not fancy the Creamy Durian Seafood but what happened was we all sebulat suara LOVE the durian sauce that we ended up eating some of the salted egg seafood and tapau-ing the balance home cause we were all too full already from the creamy durian seafood feast.

Thick and sinfully delicious Golden Egg Yolk sauce. Drools!

Just Seafood also serves quick meals for lunch. Their are especially well-known for their Nasi Lemak seafood series but for now allow me to dream of my Creamy Durian Seafood feast just now 

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    Wow! Wow! I love durians like crazy but with seafood???!!! I really could not imagine the taste until I sink my teeth into it. Need to find a gang of friends to go!!

    I am not sure whether this outlet is the same management as the one at the shop lot across this mall where they serve seafood on tables too in a crowded space which is often packed nightly. That one doesn’t have durian sauce.

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      Oh I doubt so. That outlet serves from a huge plastic bag, shake the sauce in and pour onto the table right?

      Here they use a giant bowl instead. And their sauce is mixed from the wok in the kitchen.

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        Thanks for the reply. I am still looking for a suitable gang to go with me!

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    Basically spread on the table. What a feast!

    But I couldn’t imagine durian with seafood. The freshness and sweetness all gone. The durian would be overwhelming. But with lots of people to share, this sound like a fun and adventurous feast for everyone.

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      To our surprise the taste of durian is not overwhelming. It actually goes well with the seafood. It’s hard to describe with words. This is something that we have to taste ourselves to know what it is like

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    Makes me think of my tempoyak prawns. You MUST take me for this when I hop over to KL!

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      Talking about tempoyak prawns, I managed to eat tempoyak prawns on Thursday. Not only tempoyak prawns but many more Sarawak delicacy at one hotel’s Ramadan dinner special highlights. I think of you all the time when eating those as they are so synonym with you. Cant wait to blog about it.

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    So the cheese is in the durian sauce? So people who like durians but don’t like cheese cannot eat this then.

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