The epitome of fresh seafood and great service, The Catch ensures only the freshest catch are delivered to your table! Their non-seafood dishes are just as lauded though, and advance orders are necessary for some of these delectable fare. Signatures include their Signature Roast Chicken Stuffed with Glutinous Rice, Boston Lobsters and Lala Clam Boiled In Chinese Wine.
With their recent expansion, Greenwood Fish Market now has a seafood restaurant in the lovely vicinity of ONE°15 Marina. The new 4,100 sq ft outlet overlooks beautiful yachts and tranquil waterfront housing, offering an excellent opportunity to immerse yourself in the island of Sentosa.
They feature an open kitchen with a $70,000 wood fire oven that was customised in Australia (capable of firing up a pizza in 2 minutes at 700°C) as well as a full bar that serves Tiger, Erdinger and Guinness on tap. Accompanying the 150 seats restaurant is also a retail fish market, bakery, sashimi counter and an oyster bar.
It all began 13 years ago when Greenwood Fish Market first opened in the sleepy neighborhood of Greenwood Avenue. True to their “Sea to Table” philosophy, they continue to directly import seafood fresh from Canada, Holland, New Zealand, South Korea, and US to their kitchen in weekly shipments. Given the many sources for their produce, they have a vast selection of fresh seasonal fish, shellfish, live Maine lobsters and even Dungenese crabs. Using their very own smoker, they proudly produce in-house hot/cold smoked salmon, mackerel, sardines and pork belly to offer customers a taste that is unique to Greenwood.
If you’re stopping by, do visit their fish market as well. The take away Fish & Chips is a must try. Beyond their take away menu, they also provide an additional service where your purchase of fish can be seasoned or prepared to cater for visiting family and friends. Bring home ready-to-eat Cold Seafood Platters, Smoked Platters or even our smoked seafood and meat (produced in-house using Apple Wood from California).
They offer freshly baked European breads that are hot out of the oven at 1.30pm from their bakery. The loaves are displayed in their retail section and from 9pm onwards, you can bring home a loaf at 50% off as they do not keep day-old breads. They guarantee the freshness or money-back guaranteed.
Amidst the products that we showcase are also 120 labels of unique wines that are rarely found in supermarkets. On top of our close-to-wholesale prices, do make sure to ask our staff about the carton discounts that available as well.
Look forward to the monthly Wine Events that Greenwood will be hosting. These events are a great chance to meet and learn from the passionate wine makers and vineyard owners who make the wines that you love.
Aside from their events, they also have cooking classes as a lazy Saturday activity. Here’s a chance to learn all about seafood from the experts and also, how to prepare simple but creative fares to impress your family and friends. Additionally, enjoy a 3 course lunch to top off the entire experience.
Along Prinsep Street amidst the buzzing activities of the various restaurants, cafeterias, offices and schools is Captain K Seafood Tower, a new Korean Seafood concept that will surely delight seafood and shellfish lovers.
Captain K, a name cleverly coined by the founder to signify the captain of the steam-boat, steering and pioneering new culinary creations for food lovers. K implies anything Korean, and we can expect that after Captain K Seafood Tower, there will be other Captain K food outlets adding to the multitude of Korean inspired food choices in Singapore.
Conceptualized by the team and presenting Korea’s latest culinary sensation is this visually exciting Korean Seafood Tower, or Nine Layers of Steamed Shells as it may be known in other parts of Asia. It is the latest steamboat craze that is bound to take Singapore by storm.
Starting in Jan 2014, Char strives to change the Cantonese Roast meat scene in Singapore and beyond. Using a special blend of Asian and Western techniques, herbs and spices, they offer a totally unique taste to traditional Char Siew, Roast Pork Belly and Roast Duck.
After 2 years at Guillemard Road, Char has moved to its new location located at 363 Jalan Besar, a four storey conservation building. Occupying the 1st and 2nd floors of this historic building, they incorporated heritage and modern design to ensure a more comfortable dining experience for all their customers.
The ground floor is more family orientated, with a combination of round and square tables for more communal dining, whereas the 2nd floor incorporates a full bar for those that want a more relaxed vibe.
A range of craft beers from England and beyond (available on draft) perfectly compliments the passionate way they cook their food.
From the operators of D'Kranji Farmway Resort, a wide array of delectable local seafood fare awaits its patrons at their second De'Beer Seafood Restaurant at Sunset Lane, with each dish meticulously prepared using the freshest ingredients. Chef’s recommendations include Flaming Chicken, Fried 'La La' Bee Hoon and Sauna Prawns.
They hope to reach out to even more customers by locating themselves at Sunset Lane.
They hope to reach out to even more customers by locating themselves at Sunset Lane. The signature dishes are also brought to Sunset way such as LaLa BeeHoon, live crabs, Sauna Prawns and many more. Regardless if you are young or old, as long as you love to taste good food, they warmly welcome you. They continuously strive to achieve the best quality in every dish served and service provided.
At De' Beer Seafood Restaurant @ Sunset Lane, the services they provide ranges from corporate events to birthday celebrations and even simple family dinner or meet-up sessions.
Crab In Da Bag has opened a new outlet at the Water Sports Centre, Stadium.
True to the name, they serve up seafood tossed in lip-smacking sauces made from their very own recipes and served casual-style in plastic bundles, best enjoyed with hands – a truly multi-sensory experience!
They are the first in Singapore to serve their massive‘Caboodle Boil’ – their very own show-stopping Southern Louisiana Seafood Boil Specialty that serves up a celebration of seafood in a gigantic pot that is drained from the boil and ceremoniously yet gently poured directly on to the table for diners to enjoy.
Everyone at Crab in Da Bag is out to have a fun time, so don’t worry about the mess! Keep your phones and devices in the baskets provided (your hands won’t be clean enough to touch them anyway) and engage in real conversations with your loved ones, family, friends & colleagues – that is what real dining experience is about.
Serving a mix of robust, country-style Cajun seafood and the distinctive richness of Creole cuisine. Dancing Crab is a refreshing, American counterpart to Singapore's equally famed preferences for seafood, shellfish and rich flavors. Backed by one of Singapore's oldest seafood restaurant leaders, TungLok Group, Dancing Crab sources their shellfish from the same vendors used at the group's best seafood restaurants, offering a range from Boston lobster to Dungeness crab.
New Orleans, Louisiana is known for its happy atmosphere, lively music, and high spirits. Dancing Crab brims with life, bringing the same emphasis to its colorful location at The Grandstand, welcoming its guests to eat, drink, and be merry.
The latest dining addition to Tiong Bahru is House of Peranakan Petit, a modern and intimate Peranakan setting along Eng Hoon Street - a former Peranakan enclave. Established by the House of Peranakan Group of restaurants, this third branch is borne from a desire to offer top notch Peranakan heritage food in an area that has forgotten its Peranakan roots and inundated with hipster cafes.
Established in Katong in the 1980s, the House of Peranakan Group of restaurant is a pioneer in Nonya cuisine, managed by a pure Peranakan family for more than 30 years. Inspired by his mother’s culinary skills, Bob Seah wanted to share his family’s culinary culture with others. He established Peranakan Inn in the 1980s, one of the earliest Nonya restaurants in Singapore housed in a charming pre-war Peranakan shophouse built in 1937, which is still serving piping hot Nonya cuisine in claypots today.
Over the years, the restaurants have received accolades from the Asian Wall Street Journal and The New York Times. It has hosted distinguished guests from past Presidents to overseas dignitaries. The most recent VIP was Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn of the Kingdom of Thailand.
Chef and owner, Bob Seah, is 75 years and a serial restaurateur. He is still cooking and establishing new restaurants at this age, and he makes it a point to go to the market every morning to get the freshest ingredients for the restaurants. This is the true meaning of active ageing!
A pioneer in the Peranakan food community, Bob has created many Peranakan-inspired dishes such as Selar Sambal Fish stuffed with Rempah, Nonya Crayfish, Assam Prawns and Long Beans Sambal. He also introduced the concept of serving home-cooked Nonya food in claypots 30 years ago!
Proudly conceptualised by Chef and Owner, Bob Seah - a fourth generation Baba who had watched his Nonya mother cook, and his daughter Bee Leng, – the menu at House of Peranakan Petit includes traditional Nonya dishes such as Ayam Buah Keluak, Nonya Chap Chye, Garam Assam Fish and Itek Sioh. In addition to that, Bob has created several Peranakan-inspired dishes such as Scallop Lemak, Crayfish Nonya Mee, Bob’s Pork Bun and Curry Crayfish.
Are you a fan of the reality TV show MasterChef? Well, the inaugural winner of New Zealand MasterChef, Brett McGregor, came all the way to House of Peranakan Cuisine to learn from Bob how to cook the Babi Assam. They are probably the only Nonya restaurant in Singapore that serves this rare and unique dish of belly pork flavoured with belimbing (sour fruit), beanpaste and traditional spices.
There is a juxtaposition of traditional and modern touches to the restaurant. Peranakan furniture and antiques are set amidst Peranakan hues of turquoise and white. To showcase and support Peranakan art, the owners are collaborating with young Peranakan artist, Carolyn Law, to display her Peranakan-inspired art in the restaurant.
The Lawn is a new specialty grill & salad café in Singapore.
Where you will get to fully customize your own salad, pair your favorite perky greens to your favorite premium grills, topped with the audacious teasing flavors of their unique dressings, without a hefty bill to go along with it.
Grilled toppings on the menu include char-grilled garlic prawns, aceto balsamic beef cuts, chicken with Maple infusion and Worcestershire black pepper duck.