Fremantle Seafood Market
About Fremantle Seafood Market
One thing is for certain, Singapore has a huge number of excellent seafood restaurants to choose from. If you are looking for seafood that is guaranteed to be extremely fresh, then you must have lunch or dinner at Fremantle Seafood Market on River Valley Road. Inspired by the markets in Perth, this restaurant aims to serve only the freshest seafood possible. In fact, fresh seafood is flown in to this great eatery from Australia and Alaska three times a week!
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Are you looking for fresh seafood? How about really, really fresh seafood? If so, you’re going to find just what you need at Fremantle Seafood Market. This excellent seafood spot invites you to come in and sample the freshest possible undersea specialties available. Whether you order the King Crab or the catch of the week, it’s sure to be fresh at this Clark Quay eatery.
At Fremantle Seafood Market, you have many choices and ways to customize your own meals. Choose between three different sizes of chilled platters if you’re looking to sample and share, or order something of your own. You can even build your own pasta or risotto dish by choosing the type of seafood, type of pasta and type of sauce. There are even a number of great desserts to choose from for a perfect ending to a great meal at this Clark Quay restaurant.
Love the ambience .. great friendly staff! Food portions were huge! Enjoyed the Alfredo Pasta, Cod fish & chips and marvellous sides! Will definitely come back to Fremantle Seafood Market again!
Food was great but the price is on the high side. We had a seat by the river which was great! I noticed that there are more eating places that do not serve water now. While I understand that it may erode the the drinks profit, by serving water to customers is a way to show the customers that they are welcomed to the restaurant. In Japan and Korea, drinks and wet tissue paper are served to customers for free. I rather skip the drinks than paying $8++ for a can of coke.
Baked Barramundi was one of the best I ever had. Sitting by the river was a very nice & enjoyable experience. Though I would have appreciated if they had lowered down the volume of the songs they were playing so people could have a decent conversation at 6pm without raising our voices. Overall, food was good.
Good service and nice fresh food. Make sure you get a table on the waters edge. We chose Oysters, Lobster and Prawn fritters. All good quality although the preamble fritters we just battered prawns with a bit too much batter- still tasty though.
we had a great seafood experience at Fremantle Seafood Market. Although the prices are not cheap, the freshness of the seafood was great - one of our group even tried an oyster for the first time! Extra service was provided when asked - for example for my chilli fiend friend, they were able to provide cut chilli padi. All in all, a good experience and more people should try this place out!
Staff - frustrating and slow service. staff needs further training in service and product. 1) Not informed of happy hour beer 1 for 1 promo when we purchased our beer. 2) Staff do not know when the happy hour ends when asked and mentioned up to manager's decision. When we ordered our second round, staff informed happy hour ended at 7 and the time was already 7.10. no staff informed our table of happy hour ending. 3) Manager appeared biased. When asked why diners not informed of the end of happy hour promo, she said they were busy serving other tables. Rather surprising as the restaurant not crowded and only 3 other table occupied or perhaps what she meant was that they would rather serve tourists. 4) Ambience - OK good by the riverside 5) Price - too high. Bill $460 for 4 pax but not feeling satisfied/ full. 6) Food - Loster bisque soup was salty but that was the recommendation soup. Barramunda was too small for the price. Seasoning taste is ok but fish didnt taste fresh. 7) Music - the music was too loud blaring from the speakers. We have to speak in high voices but dinner conversation just stop halfway as we didnt want to compete with the speakers. Yan
We arrived at 11:55 am and the reservation was made for 12 noon, The doors were closed and the staff mentioned that they only open at 12. Though we were allowed inside. For lunch, we were the only customers there. Staff can be trained to be most customer centric. Food quality was average - Risotto was oil and presentation was poor. Perhaps that place is only keen to cater to evening crowds. Not likely to return to this place.
Food was very good and tasty. We had a variety of the starters and the "bundle" deal for about $48. We took both cold and hot ones. The ambience is nice and the night view was fantastic. Only thing was the service crew who weren't very attentive and always huddling. Took us a while to get their attention but maybe we were seated at a blind spot. After we requested to move to one of the side tables next to the river, service was more prompt. Overall good experience.
To their credit, the chilli crab had large pincers and firm flesh. But at $114 for a mere 800g piece, there's only one word for that: exorbitant! One could get same quality or better, and more crab across the river at No Signboard Seafood! The drunken prawns weren't all fresh and when alerted, the staff did nothing to make good. Unusual response for a pricey place! I rarely find cause to post a review with low rating, but I cannot recommend Fremantle with a clear conscience. Not when it'll cost an arm and a leg!
in terms of scenery, it's the best. by the river yet it doesn't drift. being so, the area is always breezy and cooling. however nearby pubs are a little loud and smokers are everywhere, thus pros and cons. food wise is quite limited - fish or seafood with the few sides to go along. won't go there unless craving for the famous fish & chips from Aussie.