To start off - some South African Oysters. Unfortunately the taste of Oysters is one that I haven't yet acquired; but my dining companions seemed to like them a lot.
Moving on, then, to a starter that my tongue agrees with - the Seafood Chowder. This is probably the first soup I've eaten that seemingly has more seafood / ingredients than actual soup - prawns, mussels, fish and squid loaded up into a delicious tomato-based broth. It's tasty, it's hearty, and an easy recommendation.
The Seafood Platter (for four) is an absolute visual feast. It's loaded with more seafood - prawns, fish, mussels, scallops, lobster and squid - and rice / potato wedges for carbs.
Some mixed feelings here, though. Some items like the squid and the prawns are sublime; but the scallops were dry and rubbery. This platter will easily feed four average eaters.
At about ZAR 300 per person (slightly under sgd40), it is pretty good value, and if you're in a hankering for seafood you won't generally be disappointed.