Had a dinner for two at Greenwood Fish Market, tucked away behind the National Junior College campus in Bukit Timah, in a hidden corner called Greenwood Avenue.
The exact address:
Greenwood Fish Market & Bistro
#34, Greenwood Avenue
The price is on the steep side, but this is compensated by the high quality of fresh, exotic seafood, not commonly available elsewhere. I don’t have a deep pocket, and hence did not order the lobsters, strange crabs and other expensive stuff.
Here are some pictures to share. 🙂
From the outside
Exterior display window
Fresh fruits and veggies
Fresh sea creatures
Oysters for sale
Alvinology checking out the various promotions
Serving of soft-shell crabs
Threadfin served with mashed potato
Fish and chips
Other than the food, the other thing I liked about this bistro is its ambience. Oak panels for walls, candles on tables – sounds a bit atas but the feel that came off was more lived-in than pretentious. Service was excellent.
For a decent but simple meal, budget about $30+++ per person. Should you crave for more extravagant offerings, like yellowtail sashimi and whatnot, then budget more. By the way, their house wine is not bad. Forgot its name though.