Tuck into succulent and fresh seafood served in a pan inspired by the finest seafood restaurants found along Fulton Street in Manhattan. Try its specialty flaming seafood platter and watch as the prawns are being blow torched right before it's served to your table.
ordered the spicy baked fish - meat was soft and tender but the sauce was awesome. tastes a bit like tomyum. my friend had the fried dory fish and chips and it was good too. but after going there then found out they have some $3.99 fish and chips promotion starting tomorrow :|
Fried country mushroom ($7.95)
The batter is so crispy yet the mushroom is soft and juicy. It goes well with the sauce provided. The mushrooms do not have a strong taste while the honey mustard sauce has a heavier taste so both flavours did not clash.
Garlic herb mussels ($7.95)
The mussels go well with their garlic herb sauce. The bread is there for you to utilize the remaining of the sauce because it is oh-so-yummy!
Caesar Salad with Crispy Whitebait ($10.50)
I love the crispy silver fish toppings a lot. It is a great combination to the caesar salad.
Manhattan Fish ‘N Chips ($11.95)
The batter is really crispy and the fish is soft and tender.
Manhattan Flaming Seafood Platter ($37.95)
The calamari is deep fried to perfection! The batter is so crispy and the calamari is not hard, easy to bite and swallow. This platter is great for sharing especially if you want to try more items instead of just the signature fish and chips.
Citrus Mint ($5.50)
Cool off with the refreshing taste of freshly squeezed lemons and mints
This is going to be my new favourite drink there. I really love the combination! It is so refreshing and it makes a great thirst quencher.
Sizzling Brownie with Ice-cream ($9.90)
My favourite too!! Brownie is warm and moist (it reminds me so much of molten chocolate cake) and goes perfectly with the vanilla ice-cream! This is sooo good!
Ambience: Average. Didn’t really get to try it out since the crowd was incredible and I bough take-away instead. But looks pretty normal.
Food: Average. I bought the fish and chips promotional offer for $3.99+. Tasted ok, but nothing special. Pretty much as what you might find at any western stall. The fries tasted nice though.
Value: Excellent. Can’t really beat $3.99+ ($4.25) for fish and chips. Bought extra sets home for family to eat. Told my mum that it might be a bit soggy since I headed to bookstore before going home. She said that at $3.99, that is fine.
Service: Very poor. Crowd was incredible as you can imagine, and since they apparently didn’t increase staffing just for this, the handling of customers was rather slow. Admittedly, if the sit-in customers don’t want to leave, also not much you can do. But there were some empty seats, which presumably just need cleaning up and things along those lines.
Overall: Average. Certainly wouldn’t pay full price for average food.
Inspired by Fulton Street in Manhatten, the Manhatten Fish Market offers fresh seafood at average cafe prices. Their menu may seem similar to their competitors, but the quality of their food is much better.
When dining at Manhatten Fish Market, I normally order either the Fish & Chips, or the various Seafood Platters. I also like their Crispy Whitebait, which comes with raisins and coleslaw.
I think Manhatten Fish Market is a great place to visit when in large groups, and need somewhere culturally / religiously 'neutral' to dine, that serves large portions of food.
Bingsu ice shavings, sweet rice cakes and toasts invade the cafes here. Not typically offered in traditional Korean meals, desserts are served only during special occasions as refreshments, but in Singapore, the tables are turned