Fish & Co, Singapore

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  • Soup of the Day - Mushroom Soup
    Soup of the Day - Mushroom Soup
    by DarkRay
  • Award Winning Seafood Platter for Two
    Award Winning Seafood Platter for Two
    by DarkRay
  • Sweet & Sour Fish
    Sweet & Sour Fish
    by DarkRay
  • Fish and CO: Fish and CO Changi Airport

    by BabyboyMax Written Dec 9, 2013

    I had a very bad experience while dining in @ Fish n Co Changi Airport. Compliments on the chef but the bad service just took it all away. The staff was rude. They tables served and the cutleries were not cleaned properly.

    Favorite Dish: -

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    Fish & Co: Fish restaurant at Changi Airport

    by Henrik_rrb Written Nov 27, 2009

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    Picking up my girlfriend from a business trip we found this nice seafood restaurant at Terminal 2, Changi Airport.

    It has a cousy atmosphere, and the service is although not perfect at least very good. Plenty of tables around, but we choose one next to the windows.

    As we both were quite full from earlier I went for something smaller, a thai fish and chips.
    Only problem, it wasn't small at all. The fish could have fed a smaller african country.

    But it was very good, and we both got full from sharing it.

    Then it was time for the dessert, a chocolate cake that had looked quite big and tasty in the menu.

    It wasn't. It was huge and even more tasty. There was no chance I could finish more than half of it.

    It's a chain, so there are restaurants all over Singapore.

    Favorite Dish: It's not an amazing restaurant, but I would be happy to go there again once at Changi Airport. Not sure if all the meals are as huge as the one I got, but it was for sure enough for two persons.

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    Fish & Co. at The Glass House: Interesting Western Seafood Fare!

    by DarkRay Written Jan 1, 2007

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    Fish & Co. at The Glass House is the flagship outlet for the Fish & Co. chain of restaurants. It is difficult to classify the food at Fish & Co. because it is not your typical Western or Seafood restaurant. Its fare seem to stem from a eclectic influence of Asian, Western and Mediterranean cusines, but nevertheless the end result of having a meal at Fish & Co., is always a very pleasant one.

    If there is anything to complain, it would be that sometimes their fares are a little too oily for my liking. But I do not plan to eat there too often and so that is fine.

    I love the ambience and decor of Fish & Co., at The Glass House. It has deliberately been done up with warm lighting and and items that make you feel that you are at a fishermen's dock. It sounds tacky, but it's really much nicer than it seems. Because of the good food and interesting and cosy ambience, the place is always very crowded.

    Sadly, the newer Fish & Co. restaurants at places like Suntec and Wheelock have decided to forgo this higher maintenance decor (just think of cleaning around the nooks and cranies!) for a simpler bright off while decor with really bright lights. I hate bright lights in a restaurant and in my opinion, their sole purpose is to make the place less cosy so that diners can leave in a shorter period of time and increase the turnover of the restaurant. Good for business, but terrible for ambience.

    As with most restaurants in Singapore, the food prices shown on the menu are subjected to a 10% service charge followed by another 5% GST.

    Favorite Dish: My favourite dish at the restaurant is their Seafood Platter. It is so good that it has actually won awards. There is no difference between the Seafood Platter for One (S$18.90++) and Two (S$34.90++), just that the latter is twice the servings of the latter and comes with additional mussels. You may wish to "complete your meal" by adding S$5.50++ to the main course for their soup of the day and a choice of their signature drink.

    During my visit, the soup of the day was a nice and thick cream of mushroom soup that was loaded with bits of mushrooms of different varieties ranging from your standard buttons to Japanese ***akes. Their signature drink is a sugar ladden Kola Tonic or Passion Fruit soda, which I am not a fan of at all though.

    Breaking down the Seafood Platter, a lot of the items are actually very good on their own. I especially love their buttered rice and and garlic baked prawns. The platter is served with various condiments, which include lightly fried chopped garlic, a chilli salsa, and of course, tartar sauce. Their chips while nice, seem to taste different on different days. Some days, it was kind of bland, but on other days, the rich scattering of peri peri makes it a very formidable side dish.

    They also have other interesting items such as Sweet & Sour Fish (S$14.90++), Black Pepper Stingray (S$14.90++) and Teriyaki Salmon (S$16.90++). While they are still nice, they are nowhere as satisfying as their signature Seafood Platter. Try them after you have gotten really sick of their Seafood Platter.

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  • Fish & Co: great fish

    by joanniel_k Written Jun 4, 2004

    oh please, like the best fish and chips in the world! My friends n I r great fans of fish & co. The service staff is very friendly, it's their policy to be so helpful that sometimes it's scary. Their uniforms all have some cheesy pun about seafood on them.

    Favorite Dish: The fish n chips, like I said, is absolutely great. The portion is v big, n the fish in batter is just addictive. The seafood platter is also nice if u like mediterranean style grilling, but i like the fried stuff best. Please order the calamari rings too, u won't regret it!

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