Thursday, October 27, 2005
Cream Dory Fillet - Fish n Chips
There ain't nothing like some fish n chips and a night out with friends you haven't met in ages.
Those fish n chips you see there weren't that great - alas, i've tasted better, but hey, for the ambience and huge space to fit an army of people, that's quite good already.
Spacious and lovely ambience at Fishermen's Wharf
Had gone to the flea market at Home Club down at Riverwalk where Ronald and Amalina had a stall. Of course, their posse came to give support and it was great meeting up with them! They're actually my former classmates at Ngee Ann, while I was pursuing my dip. in Mass Communications. I almost forgot how fun these bunch of people are. Laughed my head off that evening at their crazy antics and camera whoring tendencies.
Malt vinegar for you?
But of course, back to the food.
I actually expected more from Fishermen's Wharf, what with their claim of having the Best Authentic Fish n Chips. I was a little disappointed by what I was served. Or maybe it's because I chose the dory fillet. It wasn't bad, just mediocre. Their chips weren't much of a satisfaction too, considering that they're supposed to be freshly cut. Anyway i tried eating it with the malt vinegar given, not too bad i say. Hmmm I think the only time i'll be going back to this place is if I need a large space to fit that many friends. And perhaps I'll try the other offerings they have like the Scampi Fritti, or Danish Meatballs, maybe they'll be much better. Or I could always choose different fishes like Sole, Cod, or even Monk Fish.
Anyway were are some of my friends with their fish n chips:
Sterling and Ghimz working their fish n chips with such intensity
The self proclaimed 'Gorgeous one' a.k.a. Ronald, trying to look as good as the Fish n Chips
Oh yes, squeezing lemon onto your fish does wonders to it, I say! There you go, my sunday evening out with some of the 'funnest' people around. Cheers guys!
27/29 New Bridge Road
(Next to The Riverwalk & Clarke Quay MRT station)