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6702 6244
The Manhattan FISH MARKET specializes in American style seafood offers a wide variety of lip-smacking products ranging from Fish N Chips to Garlic Butter Mussels and the Manhattan Seafood Platter that’s perfect for all seafood lovers. continue reading
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12:00 - 21:00
Mon - Sun
12:00 - 21:00
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Pork Free
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Review (1)
Level4 2014-11-14
MFM has a new set lunch menu (see photo) priced from $13.95++. The disadvantage of the new menu is that the main course is fixed every day and the price of your meal depends on the what is served on the day of your visit. However diners continue to have a choice of buttered rice or French fries for their carbs. What is nice about the menu is the choice of beverages, starters and desserts (see photo). Previously diners who opted for the set lunch which was then priced at $9.95++ could only choose between soup of the day or a small cup of green salad. Along with the higher set meal prices now, you can opt for any two side items to complete your meal. However the portion is fine for people with small appetites but certainly will not satiate a sportsperson after a full workout. I opted for fries instead of rice to go with the day's entree of cherry snapper. Three small and thin fillets, each no more than 8cm long, less than 4cm wide and thinly sliced like fishcake less than 1cm thick. Thus I was not at all surprised that the fish was a little overlooked coz it was sliced too thinly. The fillets tasted rather bland but the chilli dip solved the problem. Next time, it would be better to opt for rice as the chips seemed to have been fried ahead and kept on the warmer. Then again, I may find the fries subpar coz I am benchmarking them to McDonald's standard. Water is charged at $0.50++ per glass. Ok for a light lunch, but MFM in Singapore is no longer the great value casual dining restaurant it used to be. continue reading
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