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Singapore Changi Airport, 3rd Level Terminal 2
Viewing Mall South, #036-058
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Telephone: 6546 4485
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  1. Christa
     20 Jul 2007 at 1:22 pm

    After picking up my friend from the airport, the group of 8 of us were practically starving and running around the Airport for food.

    Fish N Co Caught our eye and tummies the moment we saw the outlet. Very nicely renovated! But since it is near Dinner time, there is a long queue, or should i say alot of scattered food patrons waiting for their turn outside.

    After a short discussion, we decided to let our taste buds make the decision instead of our growling tummies. Everyone's yearning for the seafood platter!

    We were told that it was a 1 hour wait. And fair enough, everyone was waiting and everywhere has long queues. So we parked ourselfs at the railings and waited.

    After like 30 mins of waiting, we see a family of 4 just arrived, creating a scene at the reception. The tai tai demanded for a seat first, as her kids are hungry. Well, there is like almost 20 hungry patrons standing outside staring at them. Who's hungrier? And what's more, her kids are all grown up teenagers!

    The poor girl at the counter was patiently telling them to wait and join the queue. And she pointed to all of us, and even showed them the waiting list of names. I think she did a good job, trying to be fair. But the family die also stand there and there is a forming queue of new customers arriving to be placed on waiting list, mostly of tourists.

    Seeing that raising her voice at the poor counter girl did not help much, the typical singapore tai tai or should i say aunty? resorted to calling for the manager. And guess what the manager do? He let them have the next available table!!!! And you see the aunty smiling proudly back to her son and daughter, and the children grinning back. The husband looked pleased with his wife too. I think if my mum acted like this, i would rather starve!! throw face !!

    That created quite a stir since and everyone saw what happened, including tourists. And everyone started to approach the staffs and enquire about their waiting time.

    I went up to them to check how much longer do i have to wait too, and was tapped on my shoulder by a foreigner that i should join their queue to be placed on the waiting list. =.=" My name was already on the list 1 hr ago, hello...

    When we finally got in the restaurant to our seats. Everyone shot murderous stares at the family, who were almost finished with their food.

    On the other note, Servers were friendly and chirpy, and food was served rather fast when everyone proclaimed that we are soooooo hungry. Food tasted exceptionally good, since we are all starving. So i think it would not be fair for me to judge the food in this review.

    Service by staffs : Excellent Service by Manager: Below Average!!!!

    The manager should have guts to reject that family for the next table. Because he ended up offending the rest of the waiting list.

    But well, for the food, maybe i will patronise them again, when the queue is not so long!

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    1. iYeb
      iYeb said:
      That's so unfair! If everyone behaves like the family, than how? Set up extra tables outside? I would have walked away or confronted the manager!
      06 Sep 2007 at 9:21 am
    2. Christy
      Christy said:
      yup. I would confront the manager too. But I realised that most managers would just accomodate the customers to stifle any problem. Oh well.
      29 Dec 2007 at 8:49 pm
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  2. Gwen
     19 Jul 2007 at 5:52 pm

    This was my first time at Fish & Co.'s Changi Airport branch and I was thoroughly impressed when I first stepped in.

    The ambience of the restaurant was soothing, with dim lighting and soft sofa seats. There was no queue when I went there on a Sunday afternoon and there were less than 10 occupied tables.

    We were approached by several different waiters while waiting for our seats. They were friendly and approached us with a smile. We requested for a table we wanted and we were given it after they cleared it.

    My friends and I took quite some time to look at the menu as it was filled with a vast variety of seafood and cooking styles. From their signature Fish & Chips to seafood platters and grilled salmon, we were spoilt for choice!

    After much consideration, we ordered: - Seafood Platter For 1 - Tuna Salad - Pasta & Shrimp Salad - Swordfish Collar

    The food was served in 20 minutes which the waiter politely informed us while taking our orders.

    I had no complains about all the dishes that we ordered!

    Seafood Platter For 1: My favourite dish for the day! This platter contained all their specialities - Grilled Calamari, Grilled Prawns, Grilled Dory Fish and Mussels were served with a big portion of fragrant butter rice and fries! All were fresh, huge and tasted perfect with Fish & Co.'s tartare sauce and chilli.

    Pasta & Shrimp Salad: A generous amount of medium size crunchy shrimp with cold pasta and a variety of greens. The sauce was abit too little for me though as I like my greens soaked in salad sauce. However, the shrimp did manage to pull up the points for this dish.

    Tuna Salad: Huge chunks of tuna that looked like beef to us were placed on top of a portion of greens and cherry tomatoes.

    Swordfish Collar: We were amazed by the size of the swordfish! It was the size of both my palms, and what more.. we had TWO pieces! The collar was deep fried till perfect golden brown and there was a crunch to the meat. Fries were genorously piled at the side. The mango vinaigrette tasted so refreshing and yummy that we asked for a refill!

    Service: Our waiter was polite and friendly, apologising for the 20 minutes wait and smiled at all times when serving us. Our ice water were refilled without prompting and plates were cleared after we finished every dish.

    Overall, this was such a pleasant dining experience! Our tourists would surely get a good impression of our service quality if they visit this Fish & Co. branch!

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    1. ladyironchef
      ladyironchef said:
      hahaha! i also had the swordfish collar, and i had THREE big pieces!! At paragon. lol
      13 Jan 2008 at 11:30 am
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