[CLOSED] The Manhattan Fish Market (Causeway Point)

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1 Woodlands Square
#02-34 & K1 Causeway Point
Singapore 738099

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The normal fish and chips. Crispy on the outside, smooth on the inside. Never underestimate the beauty of simplicity.

We had this Aglio Olio with fish 🐟 and chicken 🐓 . It comes with a sunny side up and salad 🥗 too. Not too bad! I think this is my last meal at Causeway Point. 😆

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The best bit, to me, is actually the fluffy scrambled eggs. Also the company of family.

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Parents decided to settle for breakfast here and shared this with the family. Quite typical of Manhattan Fish Market's usual quality — still pretty ok but ideally not the first option I would have. The platter comes with scrambled egg, two pieces of dory accompanied by the same zingy and spicy sauce they usually serve with the grilled fish with rice dishes and tartar sauce, two slices of bread (could be toasted longer), tater tots and a crispy shell with sautéed mushrooms. Nothing to shout about in general.


One of the two sharing platters available for Manhattan Fish Market's breakfast menu; the other one features Smoked Salmon and scrambled eggs atop the oregano buns instead of Eggs Benedict with cheese, poached egg and turkey bacon. At $17.90 it's pretty hearty and should be shared with at least two; the Eggs Benedict here are a tad flat in flavour for the most part as it seemed to be salty above salty — the turkey bacon, cheese, Hollandaise sauce seemed very clashing and didn't work out very well. The snail sausage and tater tots were decent though nothing much to shout about while the accompanying pancakes were uninspiring — dry, stiff and a little floury though definitely more edible with the maple syrup. Even the salad on the side was a tad plain; would be much better if they could add a dressing to it.


Not sure when they started serving breakfast, but decided to give it a try. It's kinda big for one to have, so it's probably good for two to share. The thick toast is slathered with tartar sauce, with its signature fried fish fillet, Onion Glory (fried onion chunks — chunkier versions of onion rings), cheese and lettuce. It's actually quite decent for Manhattan Fish Market's quality — fresh ingredients, crispy fish. Even the coleslaw is decent as well; served cold with crunchy vegetables with dried cranberries. For $7.95++, quite a steal for a cheap breakfast thrill.