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Bugis Junction Food Trail - Fish & Co.

Seventh stop: 
Fish & Co.
Bugis Junction #01-90 | Tel: 6338 2836

"one bite & you're hooked!"

Fish & Co. serves all food in a unique Mediterranean style in a pan. "This was an inspiration drawn from the simple practices of South African fisherman; who caught seafood fresh from the seas and cooked them immediately in the pan. This method of presenting freshly cooked fish & seafood meals delights the customers and further enhances the relaxed, friendly and engaging environment which the founders have set out to achieve." - quoted from the website

This is the new Fish & Co. food menu. Looks alot like a magazine, designed with the usage of typography and eye-catching photographs.


Soft Shell Crab Salad 


Clams with Curry Butter



Mussels with Spicy Marinara Sauce - It's spicy! 



Shrimp & Clams Aglio Olio - Looks pretty. Taste yummy too. 


Seafood Galore! (seafood platter) - Don't you feel that the seafood galore looks magnificent?


Special Catch! (seasonal menu, launched on 15 April 2013) 
Grilled White Fish with Ebiko [$16.95] - Grilled white fish baked with ebiko roe and mozzarella cheese. Valid daily for a limited time only. - Unique and delicious. With the price, it's worth trying it out. (sorry, photo out of focus, also not even focusing on the main >.< )


Heehee.. I couldn't help but take photo of this: "Cameras in action!"
It's so nice to not be alone in taking food photos before digging in.


Pretty, bubbly bloggers having fun posing with the Octopus and Sharkie headwear.


Pretty, bubbly bloggers having fun posing with the Octopus and Sharkie headwear.


Bye bye Mr Octopus... See you next time..




Fish & Co Latest Promotion: 
1) VIP program relaunch with bigger & better benefits!
2) 1-for-1 Paris Passion Mocktail
For more complete list of available promotions,
visit http://www.fish-co.com/promotions



Our itinerary for the day:
  1. Everything with Fries
  2. Platypus Kitchen
  3. Nanxiang Steamed Bun Restaurant
  4. Siam Kitchen
  5. Kazokutei
  6. nydc
  7. Fish & Co. Restaurant (We are here)
  8. Honguo Red Pot
  9. Yummi Bites
  10. Maggie's Moos


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