Bangkok Foodie: The Manhattan Fish Market, Terminal 21
A little history
At The Manhattan FISH MARKET, our guests are served with lip-smacking American-style seafood such as the famous Manhattan Fish n’ Chips, the all-time favourite Garlic Herb Mussels and the legendary Manhattan Flaming Seafood Platter.
We have come a long way with almost 50 restaurants in Asia and the Middle East, including Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Sri Lanka and Oman. We attribute our success and regional popularity to our fresh, flavourful and innovative offerings. To meet our fans’ insatiable appetite for delicious seafood, we are constantly expanding and evolving with brand new restaurant interiors inspired by the famous Fulton Fish Market. Every restaurant is tastefully appointed to evoke the colourful and dynamic spirit of the iconic market!
Our well-trained staff are affectionately known as Sea-cret Agents and they channel their passion, energy and dedication into ensuring that every guest will have a satisfying dining experience. The Manhattan FISH MARKET is also widely known to enthrall and whet its guests’ appetite with on-the-spot flaming of the Manhattan Flaming Prawns.
In recent years, The Manhattan FISH MARKET brand has garnered numerous awards and accolades in the F&B industry. To name a few, we’ve been awarded the following:
Best brand in Product Branding – F&B under the Western Seafood Cuisine category by the Brand Laureate SMEs Chapters Awards 2008
Singapore Franchisor of the Year 2009 and International Franchisor of the Year 2009.
The Manhattan FISH MARKET brand is also ahead of five other regional brands at the Franchising & Licensing Association Awards in Singapore, as well as garnering recognition at the Global Growth Award (Silver) and Best Visual Presentation Outlet Award (Silver) which was awarded the Malaysian Retailer-Chains Association (MRCA).
How does it look like?
The branch in Terminal 21 is real luminous and has a great view over the Asoke skyline.
How do they treat you?
Service is efficient.
How is the food?
I decided to try out their promotional rates and get their Dory fish n’ chips with salmon chowder. My friend had the Mediterranean baked fish. Both fishes were good and quite light and the proportions generous for the price.
I had the mint lemon drink which was refreshing.
Check out their promotional:
If you have enough of sizzler and know you want to have some fish or seafood, head to the Manhattan Fish Market.
How to go there?
The Manhattan Fish Market is located on the 5th floor of Terminal 21.
The other branch is located on the 7th floor of Central World.