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Sunday, May 28, 2023

Greenwood Fish Market @Bukit Timah

Greenwood Fish Market has always been my place for a good meal for their fishes are fresh and comes with a good varieties 

Greenwood Fish

We were served with toast and butter as soon as we ordered our food.


The Lobster Bisque soup was good, the ingredients include Blue swimmer claw chunks and a splash of brandy.

Lobster Bisque - $14.95

The Sashimi Platter comprises a few types of Fish Sashimi. Salmon, Maguro, Salmon Belly and Hamachi. The food presentation scores and was served with a bed of ice. 

Sashimi Platter - $49.95

Crustaceans time! We had the Western Rock Lobster Chargrilled to perfection in its smokey flavours. It was served with vegetables and sauce.

Western Rock Lobster - $50

When it comes to Fish & Chips, Greenwood Fish Market offers a good variety of fish for this dish for example House Fish, Barramundi, Snapper, John Dory and Black cod. They also offer seasonal catch, just check with the server for fresh fish. We had the Red Snapper and it comes with fries and garden greens. The Fish came in nuggets and was well battered. 

Fish & Chips (Red Snapper) - $29.95 

I like surprises and for their fish menu, they offer fresh fillets, trawler Catch Fillets and Whole Fishes. Choice of cooking can be chargrilled, pan seared, battered, crumbed, steamed or baked with veg and mash.  I had the Australian Ocean Trout pan seared with vegetables and a bed of mashed potatoes. The Australian Ocean Trout resembles salmon from its exterior. Its crispy layer of skin was perfect and a good recommendation always. 

Australian Ocean Trout - $36.95

Seafood Basket is good for sharing. It comprised of battered fish, prawns, scallops, calamari, chips and mixed salad.

Seafood Basket - $42.95

I was disappointed and disgusted by the unprofessional service rendered by one of their servers. When we ordered the Sashimi Platter, we were told that it came with Swordfish aka Mekajiki. However, it was exchanged for Hamachi without our knowledge and when asked, the server insisted that one of the Sashimi fishes (Hamachi) was Mekajiki and left our table with a smirk.

We checked again with the ordering staff instead and she confirmed it was not Mekajiki (Swordfish) as it was sold out. The attitude of the server was uncalled for. He could have checked and confirmed with the sushi chef before proclaiming it. 

Rating: 3 / 5

Greenwood Fish Market @Bukit Timah
34 & 38 Greenwood Ave, Singapore 289236

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