FiSK Seafoodbar & Market which is next to the recently opened Novotel on Stevens Road, is bang on trend being a multi concept lifestyle store combining dining and retail. They do ‘sea to table’ bringing in sustainable Norwegian and coldwater seafood, displayed in 18-meter long counter to Singapore (thanks to their ties with parent company Snorre Food). Fish can be bought at the market from fishmongers to cook at home or eaten in their restaurant prepared by chefs.
In the restaurant of FiSK Seafoodbar & Market you can sip wine and nibble on sweet Greenland coldwater prawns on ice ($6/100 grams), “Smørrebrød” open sandwiches, and bite-sized pieces of Fried Herring ($3.50) – dill-marinated pickled Norwegian herring, in sourdough batter. For something sophisticated, the single Raw Hand-Dived Scallop ($26.50), G&T inspired with juniper, fennel, and calamansi. Mains range from Seared Langoustine Tail with smoked bone
marrow to Hot-Smoked Greenland Halibut (minimum two persons $35 each) with a deliciously salty pearl couscous studded with trout roe and horseradish sauce, Norwegian almond potatoes, and vegetables. For the adventurous, dessert is Uni Ice Cream with oat crackers.