Along Prinsep Street amidst the buzzing activities of the various restaurants, cafeterias, offices and schools is Captain K Seafood Tower, a new Korean Seafood concept that will surely delight seafood and shellfish lovers.
Captain K, a name cleverly coined by the founder to signify the captain of the steam-boat, steering and pioneering new culinary creations for food lovers. K implies anything Korean, and we can expect that after Captain K Seafood Tower, there will be other Captain K food outlets adding to the multitude of Korean inspired food choices in Singapore.
Conceptualized by the team and presenting Korea’s latest culinary sensation is this visually exciting Korean Seafood Tower, or Nine Layers of Steamed Shells as it may be known in other parts of Asia. It is the latest steamboat craze that is bound to take Singapore by storm.
Varieties of seafood are cooked layer by layer from top to bottom, and as the seafood is steamed, the delicious and yummy juices are collected at the base, it forms a highly flavourful soup base.
In this illustration, the nine layers comprise of scallops, prawns, squid, oysters, lobsters, clams, mussels, crab and finally the soup base, in that order from the top to bottom layer.
The soup bases come in three variations, from a classic Kombu Dashi stock, to a house-made kimchi stew, to a uniquely Korean inspired ginseng broth. Coupled with the natural seafood flavours, each of this delectable soup base will make for a comforting and heartwarming dining experience.