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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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Photo creds: Shi Min
Note: I had it on 13/7, there has a massive dollop of cream on the middle, which might not be the same as in this pic

Anyway this had a good amount of pork belly pieces(a lot more than the other pizzas) but the sauce in the middle was way too much. Really really jelat, don't really recommend it at all

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The caramelised onion made the muffin really tasty! Iced latte was a tad bit acidic but the cereal latte was good!

The food was generally underwhelming but the bread that came with the prawn tapas was warm which was a nice touch. Sangrias were pretty diluted. Also, I think the service could be better. At 1030 sharp they got everyone out of the restaurant. I was in the toilet and they started knocking on the door. They turned off the lights before everyone could get out too.. rather strange service behaviour.

While they don’t serve any proper meal here, their bacon grilled cheese is a perfect to order if you just looking for something to fill up your tummy.

Comes in 2 piece of cheese melt, stuffed with bourbon bacon jam on sourdough. The sourdough was crispy but wasn’t too hard to bite. The cheese melt perfectly with the bacon jam as well. $13

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A small coffee bar located along Ann Siang Hill, with limited seats available indoor and outdoor.

Was here on weekday afternoon and glad to find an indoor seat and enjoy their drink and food.

The “Dirty” is for those who prefer non-coffee drink, using seven spice chai with oat milk. A light bitter and spice taste, but wasn’t too diluted even for iced drink. $7.50

Choc chip cookie, sort of a cross between an oatmeal cookie texture and soft cookie. Not bad but v pricey, their carrot cake is much much better

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There's this perculiar vegetal flavour, which I find ok but the rest absolutely loved it. Maybe I'm missing something but I couldn't eat another slice anymore lol

The Tuesday 20++ pizza deal is still on. How did they have month-long waiting list yet are so quiet for lunch even tho it's open for 5 pax alr

This wasn't like a caprese. It's decent but the goat cheese got a tang and is abit stronger than I expected. Not my favourite

Pretty good, the sauce was v tasty and there's just a tad of heat to keep things interesting w the sausages and other meats

Ordered medium but steak came in medium rare. It was still tasty though.
However, together with a side of potato salad and 3 pieces of asparagus, I don't think it was worth $36. Good to try if you have the 1-for-1 deal, but without it, it's not really value for money.

Nice ambience and great service! Ordered six tapas for dinner with husband and it was quite filling. The flavours were quite simple and a little too subtle, e.g. the octopus was served with a piquillo sauce but I could barely taste it, the bikini sandwich was not bad but we couldn’t taste the jamon, the prawns (pictured) were just one-note.

Love the laid back ambience though and would visit again to try their paella and other mains. Our server Izzue was really friendly too.

Total cost for six tapas and 2 bottled beers came up to $120+ (including usage of a 1-for-1 tapas deal).

Tapas ordered:
Grilled octopus
Ham croquette
Eggplant toast
Bikini sandwich