Monday, 31 July 2017

Big Fish Small Fish Container Dining

Container dining is one of the hottest trend right now, especially when it has an instagrammable environment with lush greenery surrounding the area and food is great there as well. Big Fish Small Fish uniquely offers various type of fish and chips where you can choose to have a selection of fresh Dory, Yellow Fin, Red Tilapia, Sea Bass, Salmon or Red Snapper.

What makes them special is the variety of sauces they serve such as Cheese, Salted Egg, XO Mayo, Tartar Sauce and many others. The fish comes along with thinly-sliced crips that are fried till golden-brown, absolutely addictive when eaten with the sauces. If you are a big eater, there are also several add-ons to add to your order, you can either choose to have Coleslaw, Potato Salad, Crips, Calamari, Churros or Chocolate Lava Cake as dessert. Big Fish Small Fish is a casual yet chic restaurant where you can experience a different sensation of dining.



Shishamo Fish
Served hot to the table, it exudes an amazing fragrance. The shishamo fish is fried till crispy and has a perfect bite. What impressed me is the texture that is still smooth and kept slightly moist.

XO Shrimp
Coated with thick XO sauce, the shrimp has a special combination of taste, there is home-made coleslaw at the bottom of the bowl giving it a refreshing kick. The sauce is slightly too spicy for me but if you are a spice lover you are going to enjoy this one.

Salmon Fish and Chips
I had salmon out of the other fish choices, it is served generously with a thick cut. The batter wraps around the fish nicely, it is crispy on the outside yet not too thick. You can still taste the delicious fish fragrance although deep fried, the flakes are retained with adequate moisture.

Big Fish Small Fish
Address : 50 Punggol East, #01-K35, Singapore 828826.

Watch my video to find out more about the taste of the dishes and some other dishes which I would like to recommend in my video.

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