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Naked Fish Express is a Western nautical-themed restaurant that serves a variety of seafood and fish dishes to entice your palate. In addition, Western dishes and local delights are also on the menu to cater to all tastes. continue reading
Opening Hours
11:00 - 21:30
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 21:30
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Takes Reservations
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Signature Dishes
Deep Sea Premium Grade Barramundi Fish Fillet Fish & Chips Seafood Platter
Review (34)
Level4 2013-12-28
I remember my friends and I used to frequent this little restaurant during long breaks when we felt lazy to venture to AMK Hub (the closest shopping mall). It's a short walk away from our school and so it's quite a convenient dining option.They have student meals (comes with main dish and drink) which ranges from their baked rice to their fish and chips and i got the latter. The latter is lightly battered and tastes quite average. But i guess for the price and the ambience offered at the restaurant, it is quite a worthy deal. Speaking of which, the restaurant has this out-at-sea feel with larger-than-life fake fishes mounted on the walls, coupled with the usual decorations like ropes and nets. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-18
Headed down to Naked Fish Shoppe one day during school's break hours because my friends and I were all tired of school food. This restaurant pretty much serve a vast selection of fish and seafood prepared in different ways, from deep-fried, grilled, pan-fried, baked or poached. I have came here several times before and although the fish and chips may be affordable on the student's menu, I didn't enjoy it. So I've ordered the Chicken Baked Rice this time around and found that it's much better than the fish. Although the taste of cheese may get tiring after half the dish, the chicken portion was generous and were nicely seasoned and grilled that actually reminded me of the Singapore's chicken rice taste, in a cheese baked rice form. But as compared to other places like food court, this is considered quite average. Overall, service was always bad here and it may probably because business was always brisk from all the students' visits. If I were to ever need to visit this place for lunch again, I may try to give their fish and chips another chance. Otherwise, I'll just stick to this. continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-05
We had earlier purchased some Groupon vouchers for redemption at Naked Fish and were full of anticipation after hearing pretty good reviews about them.However, we were thoroughly disappointed with their service level as well as quality of food. Their service was slow and servers, inattentive. The waiter who was serving us even argued with us callously due to some sticky terms and conditions of the voucher usage. This was simply ridiculous and unacceptable!Food wise, the ingredients used were not very fresh in general.Grilled Barramundi ($14.50++) The Barramundi was slightly overcooked, resulting in the texture being rather dry and flaky. Grilled Trout ($15.00++)The Trout had a strong fishy-taste and as with the Barramundi, slightly overcooked as well. Not recommended. Grilled Dory Fillet ($9.50++)The Dory was the best among the dishes we ordered that dinner. The meat was soft and juicy, with a hint of buttery fragrance. Ribeye Steak ($16.50++)The Ribeye Steak was pretty mediocre, something within expectation since their specialty lies in all things under the sea and not on land. Overall, it was a disappointing meal; probably our first and the last visit… continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-18
For full review, visit: http://izzypeasy.blogspot.sg/2013/05/the-naked-fish-shoppe.htmlThanks to OpenRice's invitation and Mr James Wong's generosity, I had a scrumptious meal at The Naked Fish Shoppe.The humble owner, Mr James Wong, has been operating the restaurant for the past 10 years.Every month, they choose 8 different fish dishes from their Ala Carte menu for promotions.They also offer non-fish choices; 3 of the most popular ones are Steak, Crayfish Hor Fun and Oxtail Stew.Apparently their Oxtail Stew is something to rave about! It's one of their hot favourites, and has even won an award! The well-marinated meat is stewed for about 6 hours until it comes off the bone nicely. The Oxtail Stew is currently on promotion at $15.80, comes with soup, garlic bread, dessert, and coffee/tea. Once it's taken off the promotion, the ala carte choice alone will cost $14.80. As with the rest of their promotional dishes, this is certainly more value for money!My food of the day:Lobster Bisque, $4.50You can opt for it to be served in a normal bowl or a pastry bread bowl.Other soup choices include Mushroom Soup ($3.50) or Clam Chowder ($4.00)I had mine served in a pastry bread bowl. I got a little full after taking this (*fail* T__T) so I guess if you have a small appetite, this can be very much a meal on its own at only $4.50. I really appreciate the seafood flavour in the soup, but if you're looking for real chunks of lobster meat and other ingredients, then you're better off paying about $15+ elsewhere.Crispy Calamari, $7.50The skin is really quite crispy, as the name suggests! I particularly like eating it with blobs of tartar sauce.Salad (part of my main course)Fresh and crunchy vegetables, tossed with thousand island. Gives a refreshing start and healthy balance to my main course, which is the..... *behold*Mediterranean Seafood Platter, $16.80 for 1 pax (or $32.00 for 2 pax)When this was served, my jaw dropped, and some of us exclaimed "wow!" unanimously. The portion is really huge, even for the 1 pax option, consisting of Scallop, Prawns, Mussels, Calamari, Capelin (Shishamo), White Bait and Fish Finger baked with Cheese, topped with lots of Fries, and served on a bed of Garlic Butter Rice. It not only looks very appealing, but was also fresh from the oven (loves!) that the waitress had to caution me: "Careful, it's very hot!"I asked everybody around me to share my platter!I have to give credit for the scallop which was nicely baked with lots of cheese, and the mussel which was deliciously topped with tomato-based sauce. The fish was also soft, tender and juicy, perfect for me. The prawn was a tad dry though, with its meat stuck to the shells, so I had to spend some time peeling it. Other than this, I really enjoyed my meal!After getting some seafood out of the way, I realized that the garlic butter rice at the bottom was also topped with melted cheese (loves!). I usually like the taste of my garlic butter rice to be very intensive, so I thought their version could be better, but the cheese really made up for it.Honeydew Pudding with Coconut MilkDessert, complimentary from the owner. It sounds really unique and I haven't heard of it before this. Tastes just like honeydew, in aga-aga texture; I like it! Other choices include Caramel Pudding with Caramel Cream and Mango Pudding.Some of the dishes ordered by the others were:Boneless Whole Milk Fish Fillet served with White Pepper Sauce, $16.80Milk Fishes are caught from the Sea of Philippines, and is a well-liked dish because the entire fish can be served boneless. I tried some of it and thought the meat tasted rather delicious. Be cautioned though, that even after descaling, the skin can still be slightly hard and rough-textured.Deep Sea Premium Grade Barramundi Fish Fillet served with Lemon Butter Sauce, $16.80If you like your fish medium-textured, not too firm but not too soft either, go for this Australian deep sea fish fillet. According to the owner, this is the most popular choice.The Naked Fish Shoppe also provides catering for all types of events. They have different menus for Hi-Tea, BBQ, Seminar, Local Buffet, International Buffet, Western Menu and even Bento Menu.The Naked Fish Shoppe is strategically located in The Grassroots' Club, about 3 minutes' walk away from both Nanyang Polytechnic and Yio Chu Kang MRT Station. Why not leave all the hustle and bustle of city life behind, and step into this nautical-themed restaurant for a delicious and relaxing meal? continue reading
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Level2 2013-05-16
The Naked Fish Shoppe has an unique name that catches everyone attention almost immediately. I went there last week and I pretty much like the atmosphere there. Being located at Yio Chu Kang, it's just a 5-10 mins walk from the mrt station. The staffs there are very friendly too I ordered the mushroom soup. Which tasted quite different from the usual creamy type and I kinda like this new taste of mushroom soup. Love the idea of serving with bread as the bowl and I enjoyed eating the 'bowl' (the bread shaped bowl). For the main course, I ordered Deep Sea Premium Grade Barramundi Fish Fillet – served with Lemon Butter Sauce (Salmon). I must say the mash potato was pretty yummy, especially when it comes with the black pepper sauce! It tasted so good that I wished I had more of it. The fish was also pretty delicious as it's crispy and soft at the same time. However the vegetable will need to improve on it. Overall it's really nice experience and I enjoyed myself eating there. Do try out their food! Read more: http://sszeki.blogspot.sg/2013/05/the-naked-fish-shoppe.html continue reading
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