Fishes are known to be notorious gossips, which is why fishermen choose to stay silent during fishing trips. Remember to use your inside voice with today’s Groupon to Naked Fish Shoppe. Choose from 3 options:
- For $15, you get $30 worth of Seafood Cuisine and Drinks.
- For $30, you get $60 worth of Seafood Cuisine and Drinks.
The Naked Fish Shoppe offers fans of fresh seafood a plethora of dishes to choose from to satisfy their fishy cravings. Start off with a bowl of delicious Lobster Bisque ($4.50) or play a cheeky game of tossing rings with Crispy Calamari ($7.50).
To fill up empty, growling bellies try the Seafood Baked Rice ($9.50), featuring butter rice, calamari, prawn and fish fillet baked with cheese or the Fin and Feather ($12.50) combo featuring a grilled fish fillet and baked chicken served with white mushroom sauce. Staunch supporters of seafood, on the other hand, will definitely enjoy the Grilled Australian Barramundi Fillet ($14.50), a standout main dish on every diner's table. On home turf, the Sambal Stingray ($12), served with rice and sambal chilli, reigns supreme for diners with a tongue for spicy delights.
When dining with staunch meat fans, recommend the Mixed Grill ($17), which features a grilled lamb chop, boneless chicken and chicken ham served with mushroom sauce. Otherwise, sink teeth into the highly recommended Ox-tail Stew to appease meaty cravings.
For diners who insist on nothing but the finest spoils of the sea, sample the Grilled or Poached Norwegian Salmon ($16), the Baked Fish Concasse ($13.50, served with home-made tomato sauce and cheese or stick with the Classic Fish and Chips ($9.50).At the Naked Fish Shoppe, fish lovers will enjoy the vast selection of fish prepared in a dazzling array of cooking styles. While the restaurant does not have a gorgeous waterfront view to boast off, it makes up for it with its dedicated nautical theme, with fish and ship artefacts adorning the sea blue walls. Al fresco dining is also available, making for an unbeatable dining out when combined with their fresh, contemporary cuisine.
What a surprise find the sambal stingray is. Western restaurants rarely have it on their menu. I was a little sceptical initially as this is a dish normally eaten at hawker centres, best shared with 2 or 3 friends, then washed down with a tall glass of sugarcane juice. Over here the stingray is wrapped in banana leaf and baked. The second surprise is that the sambal is actually good! It is also no-holds-barred spicy and gives quite a kick!"
Daily: 11am - 10pm