Those who love seafood are well aware that Singapore isn’t lacking in delectable choices. But if you’re looking for an indulgent feast with numerous options, Greenwood Fish Market won’t disappoint.
What’s more, they’ve just expanded their Quayside Isle outlet to include a new outlet for Asian cuisine – which means you’ll be able to kope some exclusive promos that’ll whet your appetite for seafood. With fresh catches sourced directly from countries such as America, Australia and Japan, don’t miss out on these discounts and seafood dishes for your next feast.
The words “food” and “discount” put together, are music to any Singaporean’s ears. So you’ll be glad to know that you can indulge in decadent seafood like lobsters and oysters without busting your wallet.
Here are some ongoing daily and opening promos to look out for at Greenwood Fish Market:
From 14th March – 12th April 2020, celebrate the opening of Greenwood Fish Market’s new Asian cuisine outlet with their opening promotional offer, where you can get a whole steamed lobster at just $49.95 (U.P. $69.95). Simply mention the code, “I love seafood!” at any of their 3 outlets to claim this deal while stocks last!
Boston Lobster claw dipped in a house truffle butter sauce
Even if you miss this promotion period, you can still satisfy your lobster cravings with the ongoing Lobster Mondays and Crustacean Thursdays.
Available at their Quayside Isle and Bukit Timah outlets, this promotion applies to steamed and grilled live Boston Lobsters at $49.95++ each. Top it off with Soba Egg Sauce, Thermidor or have it cooked Asian-styled for an additional $10.
For shellfish-lovers, there are few sensations that are as gratifying as slurping down a fresh and tasty oyster straight of its shell. There’s no limit to how many large, freshly shucked oysters you can order – so go wild with selecting from their seasonal menu. It includes different oysters (from $3.95 – $8.95) from countries like Canada, Ireland and France.
Indulge to your heart’s content on Oyster Tuesdays with 35% off each oyster. Alternatively, you can get their House Oysters for just $1.95+ each at the Quayside Isle and Bukit Timah outlets. If you prefer cooked oysters, you can also get them at $3.95+ each at the new Asian cuisine restaurant.
House Fish and Chips comes with a generous serving of salad and chips
Fish and chips are a classic western staple, and you won’t be disappointed with Greenwood Fish Market’s House Fish and Chips ($21.95).
The star of the dish is the fish – freshly fried catfish fillets with a golden brown crust. It’s crispy on the outside, yet soft and fluffy on the inside. With 3 pieces per portion, it’s a filling meal so do come hungry!
If you don’t have time to stay, feel free to grab and go. Their takeaway promo is just $11.50 nett, more than $10 off the original price, making for a quick and affordable lunch.
Besides the usual Western seafood dishes, Greenwood Fish Market’s Asian cuisine restaurant specialises in Asian seafood dishes. Whether you like comforting classics or brand new creations, there are lots of choices for you.
There’s a range of Japanese dishes to choose from but if you’re not sure where to start, head for the Cold Noodle Somen ($25.95), featuring noodles in a special Japanese broth and sashimi Hokkaido scallops. Alternatively, you can go for the Nama Hotate ($24.95), another noodle dish but with bluefin tuna negitoro and somen.
If you prefer cooked fish, try the Shaggy Dog Roll ($23.95) with fresh Aburi salmon in a special house sauce. The fish is served partially grilled on the top for a creamy and slightly smoky flavour that any seafood lover can easily appreciate.
Shaggy Dog Roll comes topped with creamy Aburi salmon
Omakase is the Japanese practice of letting the chef customise a menu for you, and that’s exactly what you’ll get when you order Omakase Sashimi ($39.95/pax, min. 2 pax). You’ll get 8 slices of premium Japanese fish of the chef’s choosing.
You’ll get many small crispy pieces of crab with every spoonful of Crispy Crabmeat Fried Rice
It’s definitely not your usual Zi Char menu, with specialities like Crispy Crabmeat Fried Rice ($41.95) that comes with a generous dose of fried Blue Swimmer Crabs and Oyster Claypot Rice ($27.95) with fried salted fish.
Take your dining experience up a notch with creative seafood twists on local delights. Lobster Chee Cheong Fun ($89.95), for instance, isn’t something you can order from any hawker centre. This dish is sautéed with a choice of “Live” Boston lobster or juicy prawns.
While you’re here, wash down your meal with one of their in-house cocktails. Don’t miss out on Flaming Poppy, their new sake and gin bar with over 30 types of premium sake and gin.
The Tequila Sunrise is a sweet concoction that’s an off-menu item you can order
Apart from that, you’ll find a selection of international mocktails and cocktails, including Sake mojitos ($16.96) and Negronis ($18.95). Those who love coffee to end their meal with can head for the Espressotini ($18.95) that has a fragrant flavour that will remind you of good coffee shop Kopi.
From mouth-watering oysters to appetising lobster dishes, Greenwood Fish Market has an indulgent variety of fresh, cold water seafood. It also has a comfortable and welcoming ambience to match, particularly at the new Asian cuisine restaurant which gives you a fantastic view of the marina at Sentosa Cove.
On top of quality seafood, the new menu also serves a variety of both Western and Asian flavours so you’ll never be bored. Drop by on weekdays for great promotions to get the best bang out of your buck!
Greenwood Fish Market @ Bukit Timah
Address: 34 and 38 Greenwood Avenue, Singapore 289236
Opening hours: 12PM-10.30PM, Daily
Telephone: 6467 4950
Greenwood Fish Market @ Quayside Isle
Address: 31 Ocean Way, #01-04/05, Singapore 098375
Opening hours: Mon 5PM-10PM | Tues – Fri 12PM-10PM | Sat – Sun 8AM-10PM
Telephone: 6262 0450
Greenwood Fish Market @ Asian Cuisine
Address: 31 Ocean Way, #01-02/03, Singapore 098375
Opening hours: Tues 6PM-10PM | Weds – Fri 12PM-3PM, 6PM-10PM | Sat-Sun 12PM-10PM (Closed on Mon)
Telephone: 6977 9577
Online seafood shop: Website
This post was brought to you by Greenwood Fish Market.
Photography by Kurtis Ma.
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