Manhattan Fish Market

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Lovin' the fish
Overall Score 
 
3.5
I don't really fancy seafood. And I can do without fish in my life. But I have to say that Manhattan Fish Market serves a realllllly good seafood platter. I love it and I would choose to eat here anytime. And it's definitely better than Fish & Co, other than the lesser variety of fishes to choose from.

The seafood platter is amazing. The serving is huge, and I thought that the fish was good. The rice and fries are plentiful, so there's a huge portion of carbs which will fill you up pretty fast. The prawns are... okay. A little tough, I would say. But in general, I wasn't disappointed with their seafood platter at all. Top it up with cheese and it'll be perfect.

If you're going with a big group of friends, I would recommend you to make a reservation because it's perpetually crowded during meal times.

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Love their food!
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3.5
As its name suggests, Manhatten Fish Market serves up a wide array of fish cuisine, as well as some other dishes. Their speciality lies in the fish-related dishes though, so my suggestion is to go for these dishes, which are usually nicer than the other dishes.

My favourite dish is probably their fish & cheese, which is their take on fish & chips, with an additional serving of cheese to go with the fries. Cheese fries and fish: best combination ever. The dish comes with two huge pieces of fish and a serving of salad, which is pretty much filling and worth the affordable price. Another dish worth trying is the flaming seafood platter, which can be shared with your friends. It comes with a large variety of seafood, which is basically heaven for seafood lovers. My only qualm is about the rice though, which seems to take up half the space in the dish. It doesn't really taste that nice, and I'd rather eat some nice fries over the rice any time.

That being said, Manhatten Fish Market is a pretty decent dining choice, especially if you want to have a gathering with your friends. Just take note that some of the outlets, such as the one at Plaza Sing, will be pretty packed during dining hours though, and you might have to queue before you can get a table.
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Great seafood platter
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3.5
Food / Beverage 
 
3.0
Ambience 
 
4.0
Service 
 
3.5
Value 
 
4.0
Overall Score 
 
3.5
I'm not a big fan of battered fish; it's nice, but gets boring quickly. Naturally, I was quite drawn to the seafood platter on first sight. The platters a variety of prawns, fish and fries on top of a bed of rice. It gives enough variety to make things interesting, but the large portion of rice and fries doesn't really appeal to me. Get the flaming seafood platter to have your platter topped up with a coating of cheese blowtorched to bubbling perfection. Its a small touch but so worth it.

The platter serves two, and even so is difficult to finish. Don't forget to get the Honey Mustard sauce!

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Seafood Platter
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Get the Angry Barramundi!
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4.0
Food / Beverage 
 
4.0
Ambience 
 
3.5
Service 
 
3.5
Value 
 
4.0
Overall Score 
 
4.0
I have been to their outlets at Causeway Point, Junction 8 and City Square Mall. The ambience is acceptable, I have nothing much to nit-pick. It is a casual dining establishment, not a fine dining restaurant. I would advise potential diners to stay away from Junction 8's outlet at lunch or dinner service as it is usually very packed with diners. Best to go there just before the lunch or dinner crowd arrives or just wait till they leave.

Most of the times, I would order an Angry Barramundi for myself. For about $17, you get a whole barramundi of decent size. I love the way the fish is fried and the accompanying sambal is excellent. Makes a very decent meal for anyone hungry enough.

Next, I would also recommend the seafood pasta in cream sauce. This is the dish that got me hooked on mussels. For the price (about $14) you get a decent amount of spaghetti with calamari and 2 big fat mussels in cream sauce. You can't complain.

Service is a little spotty. If you go to a really busy outlet, expect some disappointments. The outlet at City Square Mall is cosy and is not too packed on most days. Great place for a quiet meal with your loved ones.

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Average Spent Per Person:
25
Best Part:
Good food, reasonable price
Branch Location:
City Square Mall, Junction 8, Causeway Point
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A definite worth of good food
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3.5
Food / Beverage 
 
4.0
Ambience 
 
2.5
Service 
 
2.5
Value 
 
3.0
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3.5
With all the recent deals or special food offers of Manhattan Fish Market delicacies, it drools and draws even more customers to dining at the various outlets. I am personally a frequent customer for this restaurant especially due to the student specials that they offer during weekdays from 2pm to 5pm, where prices range from as low as $6.90 and the portion is relatively huge, especially for the fish and chips.

I have personally experienced queuing for about an hour at their Causeway Point Outlet and many other customers are also willing to queue for the mouthwatering food that Manhattan Fish Market offers!

However, the service that I got from their Iluma outlet was quite bad, perhaps due to the lack of staff working over there during dinner hours. We have to wait for quite a while to get our food served and also to make our payment. Their service certainly need some improvement to serve the customers better.

Manhattan Fish Market sells almost the same thing and comparable to Fish and Co. But I personally prefer the taste of food that Manhattan Fish Market offers as compared to Fish and Co, perhaps the food quality is better over here.

Overall, the food over there is worthwhile and certainly worth a try!

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Say YES to the fish dishes, NO to their mussels!
Overall rating 
 
3.5
Food / Beverage 
 
4.0
Ambience 
 
3.5
Service 
 
4.0
Value 
 
3.5
Overall Score 
 
3.5
Known for their reasonable and tasty fish dishes, with often worthwhile deals like the $3.99 fish and chip, Manhattan Fish Market is certainly an ideal place for you.

My favourite dishes at Manhanttan are one with dory fish and also their small grill seafood platter. It is not pricy and is always fresh on our bites.
Seafood platter is an ideal chose for one who is feeling very hungry when head hunting for food, as the portion is really satisfying.

However, I’m certainly disappointed with their Garlic mussels. Have anyone tried it?
I am a seafood lover and so I did, but it came as a shock rather than pleasant to me. I paid $7.90 and gotten just four small little mussels in a plate that couldn’t even cover the whole small plate. Goodness me, it wasn’t the same as what that is reflected in the food menu picture! At that point in time, I thought the person missed out something and I rose up my hand to ask. They told me “Yes, it is supposed to be like that”.

To me in future, say “YES” to their tasty fish dishes but certainly a “NO” to the plain tasting four small mussels.

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Average Spent Per Person:
0
Best Part:
Seafood Platter
Branch Location:
Plaza Singapura
Recommend to Friend:
Yes
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Fishy Favourites, but at a price.
Overall rating 
 
3.5
Food / Beverage 
 
3.5
Ambience 
 
4.0
Service 
 
3.0
Overall Score 
 
3.5
I personally prefer Manhattan Fish Market to Fish & Co. as I feel that Manhattan has a wider variety of mains and its food is more tantalizing than the latter. Both restaurants are priced a little steeply though, and it would be quite an expensive affair to dine there.

While most people visits Manhattan and raves about the Fish & Chips there, I take to the baked fishes instead. Perhaps it's because I was never a fan of fried breaded fishes, but everyone is subjected to their own preferences! The last time I was there, I had Mediterranean Baked fish, which in my opinion was scrumptious with every single bite. I also completed my meal with a Perfect Catch, with a soup and a drink to boot, for an additional fare. We also ordered a Fried Calamari to share, nothing amazing, but nice nonetheless.

The bill that came at the end gave us quite a shock. For two person, the bill came up to almost $60. If it were a little more pocket-friendly, I'd love to be back there more often. Although the food there is really delicious, for its price, I'd rather try sourcing for a cheaper alternative elsewhere.

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Average Spent Per Person:
28
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