5 Gemmill Lane
Singapore 069261

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Sunday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:30pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

To end of the scrumptious meal over at @catfish.sg , I decided to go for none other than their Eton Mess - having seen it pasted all over Instagram.

A dark red hue of raspberry sorbet, round red chocolate crunchies and pale white vanilla meringue - dang this was the perfect sweet ending. There was hardly any mess at the end either as the bowl was picked clean to the T.

I did eye their Lemon Custard Tart as well but perhaps I'll save it for next time.

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Another stunner from @catfish.sg is their Grilled Octopus Leg. Comprising of chimmichurri, chorizo crumbs, watercress and fennel, the humongous octopus leg was grilled to perfection.

While it required a slight chew, it was everything an octopus leg should be. The chorizo crumbs added a slight crunch which melded delectably with the chimmichurri - the three elements combined was a match in Heaven and made me constantly go back for seconds.

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The piece de resistance of @catfish.sg is none other than their Sesame Prawn and Scallop Toast. While my eyes opened wide as I glanced at the price, I just knew I had to give it a try. Everyone did. [*Muffled screaming of my wallet ensues*]

The dish was filled with flavours of umami and had a good combination of textures - ranging from the crisp toast to the soft scallop filling in the middle that was sort of reminiscent of fishcakes. (To me at least.) Topped off with grilled prawns, they were cooked ever so perfectly that they balanced the point of well done and raw.

It's definitely a dish to try once at Catfish and alas, if I had won the lottery I would have even added some cavier on top for an extra 20 bucks. Aye, we all have to live within our means.

You'll get to divulge in a little snack foreplay over at @catfish.sg . The Asian fusion seafood grill restaurant offers up small plates such as these - the Hasselback Potato. Topped with Chutoro and wasabi, these delectable appetizers sure do pack a punch.

My first thought after taking a bite was "Oh it's a fancy potato chip." though in a good way of course. The crispiness of the potato paired well with the soft textures of the Chutoro. At 7 bucks a pop, it's a little pricey... but a necessary price to pay for pre-dinner foreplay for sure.

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My one last dining-in hurrah had to be at somewhere special. After seeing them featured on some Instagram stories, I made a reservation at Catfish immediately - I was gonna go out with a bang of course.

Catfish is described as a contemporary fish grill and raw bar with a mix of Asian fusion in its flavours. Pictured here is their Market Fish Kiev, a delicious deep fried piece of seabass topped with uni butter and gribiche sauce. While it seemingly looked like it was essentially elevated fish and chips without the chips, I took a bite and was blown away. The highlight of the night, holy f**k, it was so so good. The savoury uni butter made wonders with the crispy fried seabass and paired delectably with the side of gribiche sauce.

While the price did make my wallet cry, I was really glad I ended up ordering this. Not to mention that the lack of Catfish Tacos (what I originally wanted to try at Catfish) wasn't missed.

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Me being me, seeing images of this itty bitty taco floating around my feed I was feeling a tad apprehensive about it. How good can an index-sized taco be to warrant the price tag of $7++? Only way to go: down it all in a single bite...then drown in sheer bliss. Ooooh this may be tiny, but it packs a fabulous punch. Super fresh, firm yet tender cubes of cured catfish, flavoured with tangy and sweet umeboshi, held in by a beautifully blistered and crisp taco shell. Oddly this really reminded me of our annual cny yusheng, but a more modern, contemporary sorta way. It’s fun, exciting, and really really tasty. I’d pay the whole $7 for this any time bruhs.

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