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Fish & Co. (Sembawang Rd)

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Fish & Co. is a seafood restaurant located at Sembawang Shopping Centre.

Daily: 11:30 - 22:00

+65 64819192
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• 28 Apr 2009 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

FiSH aDDiCTs!!!

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Me and my wife just visit the place last month to celebrate a special moment in our lives. And our decision was just perfect to celebrate it in this place. The ambience was cozy, classy and picture perfect. The food? It was near to perfection! A lot of choices to choose from. The price was worth it. Though you have to wait for quite some time for the food, but it's worth the wait. Definitely a must visit place for people of all ages. Very accommodating staff and once you enter the resto, they will greet you with a warm smile which makes the visit worthwhile. Highly recommended place! Two-thumbs up!
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