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The Manhattan Fish Market (Junction 8)

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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.

Daily: 11:00 - 22:00

+65 63524034
$22 based on 19 submissions
Dinner (3 votes), Lunch (3 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (3 votes)
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3.5

Yummy Garlic Rice

I wasn't in the mood for fish today, so when my fren suggested eating at Manhattan Fish Market, I wasn't that excited about it. Moreover, having had 3 lousy meals at Fish & Co. in my entire life, I had long concluded that such restaurants with a fishy name probably serve equally bad food.

But... I actually loved the grilled seafood platter with garlic fried rice and chips that I ordered.

The prawn was fresh and came off its shell easily. This part was impt because I was carrying a baby with one hand and needed the convenience of eating with the other only. The squids were well-grilled and tasty. The fish was a little too big, would have preferred more seafood cos dory makes me a little nauseous. But, the yummy garlic rice more than made up for it.

Hubby and I love garlic rice and he, like myself, probably hasn't tried out Manhattan Fish Market yet. I am quite happy with it so I'll probably bring him there!

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• 17 Feb 2015 • 35 reviews • 0 follower

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There are better restaurants with almost same menu as 'Manhattan fish market' or may be even better.
 Their menu look and sounds so interesting but, actual food is just opposite. Small portions for the price you pay. Grilled fish has very tiny bit of sauce with very little seasoning. We ordered one of their starter fried onions that has oil dripping literally.
 Below average and slow service.
 I would not recommend 'Manhattan fish market' to anyone.
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• 22 Jun 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Worse Service Ever

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First time trying Manhattan Fish Market with my family. There is 13 of us, we were there around 5.45pm on a sunday to beat the crowd. We waited quite long for our orders. Even the ice water was served only when we asked for the 3rd time. At that point of time the restaurant was not full... I can only see the waiters standing around chit chatting. I ask for side plates, they only gave us on my second request. In total we order 11 main course, serving only half of the orders. This lady Mya Mya came to tell us that all orders are served. We are shocked as half of us still waiting for our main course. How to accept this kind of service? 
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• 12 Aug 2012 • 3 reviews • 3 followers

Food was Ok

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Food was average. Rather disappointing as the PS branch seems to have better food, and definitely has better ambience.

 

Received a 1-for-1 discount and some coupons here. Might go back if I am around the area.

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