Greenwood Fish Market

Phone: 6467 4950

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Greenwood Fish Market
Category: Food & Beverages

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Phone
6467 4950
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Opening Hours
Monday - Sunday: 12:00 - 22:30
Address
34 Greenwood Ave, Singapore, Singapore 289236

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It all started with one fish", as founder David Lee says. Particularly, a barramundi in his Honda Civic about 20 or so years ago.
Starting out as a seafood wholesaler, Mr Lee drove from client to client in search of buyers. After many barramundis and even more car fresheners, Greenwood Fish Market began in 2003.
Now a family-run seafood restaurant and fish market, we specialise in cold water seafood with a range that's a tad different from the local scene. From giant halibuts to elusive monkfish, we even carry a collection of over 25 oysters. Our supply spans Canada, Holland, America, New Zealand, Australia and South Korea. Mostly, from friends-turned-suppliers:
Tommy from Korea was our Jeju tour guide before he started sending us seafood. The Wong family in Alaska had been our B&B hosts. Now, they send us hand-caught salmon every season. The list goes on.
So, thanks for being a part of our fishy family. We're a crazy bunch of fishermen - nothing gets us more excited than sharing about our love for the sea. Stay kick-bass awesome. We hope to see you reel soon.

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    It all started with one fish", as founder David Lee says. Particularly, a barramundi in his Honda Civic about 20 or so years ago.
    Starting out as a seafood wholesaler, Mr Lee drove from client to client in search of buyers. After many barramundis and even more car fresheners, Greenwood Fish Market began in 2003.
    Now a family-run seafood restaurant and fish market, we specialise in cold water seafood with a range that's a tad different from the local scene. From giant halibuts to elusive monkfish, we even carry a collection of over 25 oysters. Our supply spans Canada, Holland, America, New Zealand, Australia and South Korea. Mostly, from friends-turned-suppliers:
    Tommy from Korea was our Jeju tour guide before he started sending us seafood. The Wong family in Alaska had been our B&B hosts. Now, they send us hand-caught salmon every season. The list goes on.
    So, thanks for being a part of our fishy family. We're a crazy bunch of fishermen - nothing gets us more excited than sharing about our love for the sea. Stay kick-bass awesome. We hope to see you reel soon.