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Fish & Co. (Suntec City Mall)

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Fish & Co. is a seafood restaurant located. Fish & Co. serves all food in a unique Mediterranean style - in a pan! This was an inspiration drawn from the simple practices of South African fisherman; who caught seafood fresh from the seas and cooked them immediately in the pan.

Daily: 11:30 - 22:00

+65 68350180
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Teen Hangout for Fish & Chips

Fish & Co is one of the places that pops into mind when craving the English staple of Fish & Chips. Remember many a O.G. (read: Orientation Group) outing that ended up here for dinner? Yup, it's still a teen hangout.

Every once a while, Fish & Co has a promotion which makes their meals very worth your money. The $9 Autumn Seafood Sensations promotion was one of them.

1) Swiss Fish and Chips (promotional price of $9): Dory fish fillet battered and fried with cheese in the middle, topped with a cheese sauce. It was creamy and cheesy and generous in portion (for the price).

2) Captain’s Catch (promotional price of $9): Dory fish fillet, breaded and topped with bbq sauce, and served with clams and rice. The tangy bbq sauce seemed a bit generic and straight out of a bottle but still, it went nicely with the fish. Both fish were fresh, and the rice was fragrant and fluffy.

You can read more about it at my blog: http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.com

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• 08 Feb 2012 • 258 reviews • 12 followers

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I gave Fish & Co (Suntec) a second chance today and found it a much more positive experience than the first time. I made a booking and was given a private booth table as requested. The service was quite friendly, offering warm water which was welcome as this place is over-airconditioned (for me anyway), and explaining the menu. There was some confusion when ordering trying to explain my food allergy but we got there in the end. After finding the salad bar below average last time, I decided to avoid the set lunch and order from the a la carte menu. The fish dishes include 2 sides anyway so you can get sauteed vegetables or coleslaw. I chose the grilled mediterannean salmon which was very nicely cooked and you can tell by the delicate texture it's a fresh, high grade of salmon (menu states sashimi grade). I chose the rice and coleslaw sides and especially liked the rice. Coleslaw is average, a bit too heavy on the mayonaisse. Overall a much better experience and averaging the two I will change my rating to "Not Sure". Definitely I can recommend the grilled fish a la carte over the set lunch fried fish and chips.
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• 08 Dec 2011 • 258 reviews • 12 followers

Disappointing

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It felt like a day for fish and chips, so why not finally try Fish & Co.... Citibank has a 10% promo, but it made more sense just to order from the set menu which includes the salad bar. We chose the Arctic fish and chips (the only set lunch fish & chips option). It was served quite soon and mine correctly with the sauce on the side as I'd asked. However it was strange to see fish and chips served in a bowl instead of a plate. Especially as the fish was a rather long piece and dangled over the edges of the bowl, making it very cumbersome to try and eat. Weird! The fish was rather bland/tasteless and too oily. Below par for what should be a signature dish. The fries were okay but nothing great. The salad bar also was rather average. Overall it's a disappointment and I wouldn't come here again, there are so many better options in this area!
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• 16 Aug 2010 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

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Went there on Friday night when it was still quite early in the evening. There were a lot of empty tables but we were still made to wait to be seated.

It was difficult to get the attention of the staff. Although there were four of them, 2 were always behind the bar while the other 2 are serving other customers. I could also see people queuing up at the podium waiting to be seated when there were so many empty tables.

I ordered the $10 Citibank Fish n Chips special and the King Prawn with Ebiko ($22.95). The fish n chips were good with light batter. The king prawns came with sauteed vegetable and rice. The prawns tasted really good but a bit expensive for just two prawns.

The food is good but marred by the poor service. I asked for ketchup and lemon butter sauce when the food came but waited very long. After some time I asked again but still nothing came. Halfway through the meal I asked again and finally I got lemon butter so I asked for ketchup again. In the end I gave up and by that time I've already finished the meal.

I don't think I'll return to this outlet anytime soon but will go to other outlets instead. They changed their menu and there are other things I want to try. Now Fish n Chips comes in so many different flavours!

 

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