Greenwood Fish Market (Greenwood Avenue)

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Established since 2003, this neighbourhood Fish Market & Bistro has 80 indoor & 40 alfresco seating’s. A Retail Market that handles all the Fresh Seafood the Bistro uses & retails to customers. Importing fresh seafood from all over the world!

34/38 Greenwood Avenue
Singapore 289236

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12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

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So sad that they didn’t have blue cod or Atlantic cod so we settled for the salmon which can be found anywhere. Because the black cod and the lingcod are high in mercury. So are the other fishes like monkfish that they recommended. They forgot to serve us our bread basket and we had to ask for it, though the bread was delicious. And when I asked what is crumbed cooking style like the waiter replied me in one word - breadcrumbs. Friendly and informative.

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The meat of the monkfish was as tender as butter. It literally melts in your mouth. Definitely the best dish we had at Greenwood!


It’s #fishfriday and I’m again in the mood for some fish and chips. Got the Snapper Fish & Chips ($16.50) from @greenwoodfishmarket not too long ago to satisfy my fish and chips cravings.

Think crisp, light batter that encases the three pieces of flaky, mildly flavoured snapper. You could tell that the snapper was fresh and I like how the batter isn’t filled with oil till the point that it bloats up your stomach.

For the chips, they are freshly fried till crispy yet retaining the potato’s fluffiness on the inside. But the problem is these medium cut chips turn soggy will fast when you takeaway. So best is to douse it with some malt vinegar.

Sad to say, the newly launched Mushy Peas ($5.95) was dry and lumpy. The kitchen has some work to do here.

What’s served at Greenwood Fish Market’s version is the Australian fish and chips. I’m inherently biased and I very much prefer British fish and chips.

Also on offer are the House Fish & Chips ($11.50) and Barramundi Fish & Chips ($16.50).

It's decent but nothing to shout about - the crumble wase nice and crunchy, apples were soft but not soggy, was pretty cinnamony & sugary. Had this because it was part of the restaurant week set menu, but it's not something I would order ala carte.

Have tried this multiple times (but it's been a while since my last visit) and I'm glad that it's still good! They use catfish in this. The fish was soft and flaky, encased in thin layer of batter which had a crunch. The chips were hot and crisp. It's good and reliable fish and chips, this is something that we get almost every time we visit.

Found this okay only, I think we are just not fans of barramundi. But it was cooked well, pretty moist and the skin was mostly crisp. We liked the accompanying sides - the mash, coleslaw, zucchini and broccoli were good! Also, the sauce was very delicious, it's quite well-balanced. Would have loved for more of that sauce!