8 Places to “Catch” Fish and Chips in Singapore

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Simple but comforting and not to forget, filling too. And we are talking about fish and chips commonly served with fries, tartar sauce and a lemon wedge. Depending on places, they may use common white fish or others like cod or haddock and encase them with a batter before deep-frying the fish till golden brown. Below are the 8 Places to “Catch” Fish and Chips in Singapore.

1) Smiths

Smiths is where you get to enjoy authentic fish and chips. The kind of battered fish fillets of either cod or haddock that the British would enjoy the most. Smiths prepare them fresh on a daily basis, all lightly battered and served with thick-cut chips. But if you still prefer the usual variety, you can always go for the dory.

Address: 271 Bukit Timah Rd, #01-02 Balmoral Plaza, Singapore 259708

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2) Lad & Dad

Here’s a contemporary British gastropub that serves plenty of comfort foods like Beef Stew and Bangers & Mash. Then, there’s their signature Fish & Chips using Atlantic haddock and battered with beer before fried till golden brown. Each plate comes with thick-cut chips, gherkin tartar sauce and mushy peas — all perfect companions that go well with the beer-battered fish. Available in small (150g) and large (300g) sizes.

Address: 7 Tanjong Pagar Plaza, #01-108, Singapore 081007

Lad & Dad
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3) Molly Malone’s

Molly Malone’s made its mark as the first Irish pub to open in Singapore. And its history stretches way back to 1995. Enjoy a pint of draught beer like Guinness or Kilkenny and if possible, don’t leave without trying their famous Fish & Chips. It’s nothing fancy, just good old classic fish & chips using a white fish fillet that is battered and later, deep-fried to golden brown perfection. Together with thick-cut chips, tartare sauce and fresh lemon on the side, it was no doubt a tummy-filling comfort meal. You can even upgrade your fish & chips by changing the white fish to haddock for a fraction of the price.

Address: 56 Circular Rd, Singapore 049411

Molly Malone's
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4) The English House by Marco Pierre White

If you don’t mind spending more on a plate of fish and chips, consider giving it a try at The English House by Marco Pierre White. Their Traditional Fish & Chips consists of fresh wild cod that is beer-battered and fried till golden brown. It comes with a side serving of tartare sauce and triple-cooked chips. The latter is specially cooked in three stages to make them perfectly crunchy on the outside while soft and fluffy on the inside.

Address: 28 Mohamed Sultan Rd, Singapore 238972

The English House by Marco Pierre White
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5) Greenwood Fish Market

Greenwood Fish Market knows a thing or two when comes to fish and chips. It was their famous meal, where you have a choice of fish (barramundi, snapper, tusk or black cod) and have it dipped in special batter and fried till golden crisp. Not sure which fish to go for? Not to worry, though since you can always choose their house fish & chips. Their fish & chips come with the usual fries but you can upgrade them to truffle fries or even add extra sides like mushy peas and skin-on edamame.


(Bukit Timah) 34 & 38 Greenwood Ave, Singapore 289236

(Quayside Isle) 31 Ocean Way, #01 – 04 / 05, Singapore 098375

Greenwood Fish Market
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6) PS. Cafe

PS. Cafe serves hearty mains like Crispy Roast Chicken, Sticky BBQ Ribs and Steak Frites among others. But if you prefer seafood, consider trying their Tiger Beer-Battered Fish & Chips. They use fresh snapper fillets here, which are coated with a beer batter and fried till golden crisp. The crispy yet fluffy beer-battered fish complements well with its appetising sides: homemade pickles, tartar sauce and kaffir lime aioli. And not to forget, additional bites in the form of shoestring fries.

Address: Click here

PS. Cafe
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7) Coastes

Fancy enjoying fish and chips in the breezy comfort of a seaside restaurant? Yes, please! And here at Coastes, they serve good fish and chips using Atlantic cod with beer batter and fried till a nice, golden crisp. As expected for classic fish and chips, you’ll get sides of thick-cut fries, tartar sauce and a slice of lemon.

Address: 50 Siloso Beach Walk, #01-06, Singapore 099000

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8) Big Fish Small Fish

To date, Big Fish Small Fish has four outlets available in Singapore, namely Punggol East Containers Park and Bugis Junction. Their signature Fish & Crisps is a must-try dish. You can pick the fish of your choice (snow cod, hake, haddock, sea bass, hoki or dory) in the original or spicy version. Each dish is served with thinly-cut potato crisps, buttered corn and a selection of sauces. If you prefer the more traditional variety, you can opt for Classic Fish & Chips served with shoestring fries, tartar sauce, a slice of lemon and two free sides of your choice.

Address: Click here

Big Fish Small Fish
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