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At Fish & Co., all seafood is prepared in a simple and straightforward manner. Using only the freshest fish and seafood, as well as natural ingredients like olive oil, herbs and various spices; Fish & Co. dishes up great tasting meals in generous portions - as a mark of quality and value. continue reading
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Opening Hours
11:30 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 22:00
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Alcoholic Drinks Available
Pork Free
Takes Reservations
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Fish & Chips Seafood Platter Shellfish Platter
Review (40)
Level4 2014-02-16
Fish & Co. have many outlets in Singapore and The Glass House stands out from the rest by having a live band! It has two levels and makes a good place for group gatherings. My friends and I decided to celebrate our friend's birthday over here They have a wide variety of food on their menu and one popular order is the Seafood Platter! The platter portion for 1 is enough for 2 people and the platter for 2 is good for sharing among 3 people! The platter consist of tiger prawns, fish, grilled calamari, mussels, fries and butter rice! My favourite are the grilled prawns as they are so juicy and sweet! I also love the fresh mussels and the creamy garlic lemony buttered fish continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-28
I still love this outlet of fish and co. It seems every time I'm here there's always a crazy large group gathering. And the staff are all game and always rise up to the occasion. We've had crazy polaroid nights, birthday song challenges.But tonight was just a quick dinner break and I had the grilled salmon cajun. ‘Sashimi grade’ salmon grilled with our unique blend of Cajun spice topped with lemon butter sauce, says the menu. I don't know if it's sashimi grade because then it'd be a waste to cook a slab of it. But it was good as omega three oils promise a tender fillet. The cajun spices added flavour but did not take away all the taste of the fish. The raisins in the rice were still my favourite surprise. Although i wish they could do more about the veggie sides. Maybe I should just request a switch to fries next time. continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-06
Crabcakes with Tar Tar Sauce ($9.95++) :: First up, the nondescript looking Crabcakes with Tar Tar Sauce. Well they say looks can be deceiving. Whoever they are, they got that right this time. Packed with generous crabmeat chucks mixed with onions and coated with bread crumbs, it’s crispy on the outside and savoury on the inside.New Orleans Cajun Platter ($59.95++) :: Get excited, people. This big platter includes king prawns, clams, mussels and grilled chicken baked in the goodness of Cajun spices. Paired with paella rice, baked daikon, carrots, soup and the Paris Passion mocktail, just reading the list makes me full already. The platter comes wrapped and is baked with olive oil to retain the Cajun taste. While I find it a tad oily for my personal preference, I enjoyed the king prawns and clams. The king prawns didn’t disappoint. Tasty and succulent, it left me darting my eyes around for any sign of leftovers. This special promotional-priced platter is available from 9 July to 7 August.Bombay Fish & Chips ($16.95++) :: Attention everybody, we have a new line-up to the list of fish & chips from different countries! What makes this dish is the lime and paprika sauce that is served along with the fish. Psst. This paprika sauce which I really enjoyed, is only served with this dish so be sure to try it out!Chili Crab Spaghetti ($17.95++) :: Pasta tossed with sweet and spicy chili crab sauce, topping it up with deep fried soft shell crab. If you’re up for something to wake up that appetite of yours, this is it. For me, cream based pasta always has a danger of me running sick of it after I’m halfway through. You don’t have to worry about that with this one. What you really need now after all the fish and spice is some new concoctions.Candy Crush ($7.95++) :: No prizes this time for guessing where this drink got its name from. This drink is perfect for anyone who prefers your drink on the sweeter side. It is a mixture of soda atop lychee and strawberry. The taste reminded me a bit of bubblegum. Try not to get addicted to this drink like you did with its other namesake counterpart.Green Apple Margarita ($7.95++) :: A personal favourite out of the 4 new flavours, this drink is super refreshing and thirst-quenching. It is a blend of green apples, cucumbers and lime. You can count on it to refresh your palate after each dish.Frozen Apple Mojito ($7.95++) :: Made of green apples and fresh mint leaves. What I really like about this is it is non carbonated and light. The last thing you need is a gassy drink after a good dinner.If you haven’t already been to Fish & Co. in some time, now will be a good time to check out their new trendily designed menu. Get adventurous and try their new additions this time while you enjoy the live band at The Glass House during your dinner.P.S.: You did not hear from me that if you are celebrating a birthday at The Glass House, they have an exclusive new way to uh, celebrate your big day. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-24
Was specially here for the seafood platter for 2 with my friend! There is fish chowder soup too and passion fruit juice (not in photo) and it cost SGD $46++. We absolutely love the juicy prawns and mussels. They are really fresh. The fries are very nice too. My only complain about it is that the rice taste a little undercooked. And for the soup, it is thick and delicious. Overall, we were quite pleasant with the dining experience at the glass house. The ambience is just different from other fish and co restaurant. Also the service of the staffs are really good. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-31
I have been going to Fish and Co. for quite some time and I don’t think their seafood platter has changed much. The prawns were still pretty good with the lemon garlic sauce a delight to have. The squid tasted a little too hard and therefore too rubbery. It also comes with paella rice and chips, which will be your share of carbs; fries were good and hot when served. The white fish on the other hand was pretty average, tasted like typical dory. continue reading
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