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  • Batang Fillet 巴当

    $9.00$30.00

    Country of origin: Malaysia (Wild-Caught)

    Other names: Spanish Mackerel, Ikan Tenggiri, 马鲛鱼(Ma Jiao Yu), 巴当鱼

    With its chunky and firm meat, it is one of the local favourites and is commonly used in fish soup and porridge. An ideal choice for people on a healthy diet due to its low-fat content. Fillets are deboned along the middle line and usually would not have any bones remaining.

    Fillets are excellent for fish soups, porridge etc while steak slices are excellent for pan-frying.

    Fillets have been descaled, deboned*, and portioned for your convenience.

    *Please note that even though the deboning process is done with stringent control, it is important to check for the presence of bones before feeding children and elderly.*

    If you have other specifications for cutting please leave a remark during checkout!  (e.g. thin slices for steamboat/baby consumption)

  • Atlantic Salmon Fillet 三文鱼

    $10.50$35.00

    Country of origin: Norway

    Atlantic Salmon is what’s known as anadromous fish. They spawn in fresh water, migrate to the sea to do most of their growing and migrate back to fresh water to spawn again. Most salmon have been found to return to the same spot they were born to spawn.

    Tail fillets are guaranteed to be boneless as compared to the mid region ones which have to be deboned. Tails are also less oily with a firmer texture.

    In comparison to trout, salmon has a sharper head, less fatty belly, velvety smooth bite. It is richer in vitamin A (good for maintaining good vision & immune system). It has a lighter orange colour (it is the one in the left row)

    In our opinion, it is oilier, has a stronger taste & feels more ‘juicy’ compared to Atlantic Salmon. Krystal & Mike prefer the salmon trout, while Xavier & Doris prefer the atlantic salmon, hence it really is up to personal preference!

    Why Norwegian?
    Norway has an excellent & efficient logistics system, with top-notch quality control. They have traceability of the fish throughout its journey from Norway to the fishery port, monitoring the temperature at all times such that the freshness is maintained all the way through.

    Wild-caught salmon is one of the world’s most tracked and protected species in the world. Human activity has decimated their populations to the point of collapse. This led to sharp increases in prices that are no longer worth forking out for. This led to us halting our wild-caught salmon supply since 2016. (prices were already up more than 3x!)

    *Please note that even though the deboning process is done with stringent control, it is important to check for the presence of bones before feeding children and elderly.*

    If you have other specifications for cutting please leave a remark during checkout!  (e.g. cut all fillets in half)

  • Red Grouper Fillet 红石斑

    $26.40$88.00

    Country of origin: Indonesia/Malaysia (Wild-Caught)

    Also known as 红石斑 (Hong Shi Ban), Merah Kerabu, Ang Gau, Red Garoupa

    $8.8/100g, $88/kg (price affected by festive season)

    One of the four king fish in Singapore, it is popular among all ages and even more so during the Chinese New Year celebrations due to its auspicious red colour and due to how excellent it is for steaming due to its firm and bouncy meat. Meat is deboned and descaled.

    Possibly the best-tasting fillet that is loved by people in any age group. One of our

    Our red groupers have two variants, a golden one or a red one, both are wild-caught in Indonesian waters and have the same price.

    For a more affordable option, Emperor Red Snapper would be our top recommendation for steaming.

    Fillets have been descaled, deboned*, and portioned for your convenience.

    *Please note that even though the deboning process is done with stringent control, it is important to check for the presence of bones before feeding children and elderly.*

    If you have other specifications for cutting please leave a remark during checkout!  (e.g. please cut all fillets into half)

  • Emperor Red Snapper Fillet 红狮

    $17.50$50.00

    Country of origin: Indonesia (Wild-Caught)

    Mandarin: 红狮 Hong Shi
    Malay: Ikan Merah Coreng, Merah Boring
    Teochew/Hokkien: Ang Sai

    Price is $5/100G, $50/KG

    Our top recommendation alongside red groupers for steamboats. Has a soft, juicy and succulent texture. Excellent for almost any cooking method and arguably one of the best-tasting fish.

    Fillets have been descaled, deboned*, and portioned for your convenience.

    *Please note that even though the deboning process is done with stringent control, it is important to check for the presence of bones before feeding children and elderly.*

    If you have other specifications for cutting please leave a remark during checkout!  (e.g. thin slices for steamboat/baby consumption)

    Special note from Xavier: 

    1) My friends came over to my place for steamboat for this year’s CNY and we had red grouper, emperor red snapper, black grouper and batang, and they LOVED emperor red snapper! They’re all picky 20 year olds that dislike eating fish, so it was a huge surprise to me!

  • Black Grouper Fillet 黑石斑

    $12.00$40.00

    Country of origin: Malaysia / Indonesia (Wild-Caught)

    Other names: 石斑鱼(Shi Ban Yu), Kerabu Hitam, Garoupa, Orh Gau, Gau Hi

    $4.0/100g, $40/kg 

    Meat is firmer and usually thicker compared to fillets from snappers and can be used for fish soup or porridge. It can also be steamed, or cooked with sweet and sour sauces.

    Excellent for grilling/cooked with sweet & sour sauces/with curry, good for steaming.

    Fillets have been descaled, deboned*, and portioned for your convenience.

    *Please note that even though the deboning process is done with stringent control, it is important to check for the presence of bones before feeding children and elderly.*

    If you have other specifications for cutting please leave a remark during checkout!  (e.g. thin slices for steamboat/baby consumption)

  • Sea Bass/Barramundi Fillet 金目鲈

    $7.50$25.00

    Country of origin: Malaysia (Farmed)

    Other names: Ikan Siakap, 鲈鱼, 海鲈, 金目鲈 Jin Mu Lu, Gim Mak Lor

    $2.20/100g, $22/kg (price range is $20-$25/KG depending on stability of supply)

    Very versatile fish for cooking and well-liked among the general population, having been around Singapore for decades.

    Farmed in saltwater along the Malaysian straits. One of the most popular local choices of fish as the meat is mild and the texture is soft. Fresh supply available every day.

    Cooking methods are versatile as well, pan-frying, oven-baking, grilling, pan-searing, steaming, etc. One of the top-selling fillets due to how affordable it is!

    Rich in omega-3 fatty acids, healthy fats, protein, vitamin D and vitamin A.

    Fillets have been descaled, deboned*, and portioned for your convenience.

    *Please note that even though the deboning process is done with stringent control, it is important to check for the presence of bones before feeding children and elderly.*

    If you have other specifications for cutting please leave a remark during checkout!  (e.g. deskin and pack skin separately)

  • Threadfin Fillet 午鱼

    $26.25$75.00

    Country of origin: Indonesia (Wild-Caught)

    Also known as Ngor Her (Hokkien), 午鱼 Wu Yu, Ma Yau Yu (Cantonese), Ikan Kurau (Malay)

    It is the ‘go-to-fish’ for babies, lactating mothers. Aids in the neurological development of children and boosts the supply of breastmilk in lactating mothers.

    Premium price for a premium fish, the health benefits of threadfin is undeniable. A worthwhile investment for the growth and development of children. However, fishes are more or less always packed with nutrients, unlike meats like pork/chicken that can be unhealthy if consumed in excess, so we do recommend trying red snapper which has similarly soft texture & is high in protein & vitamins at less than half the price of threadfin!

    Great for recuperating patients and the elderly as well. Meat is very soft and easy to chew.

    Fillets have been descaled, deboned*, and portioned for your convenience.

    *Please note that even though the deboning process is done with stringent control, it is important to check for the presence of bones before feeding children and elderly.*

    If you have other specifications for cutting please leave a remark during checkout! (e.g. deskin & pack skin separately, etc.)

    The price range is $60-$95/kg (currently $75/kg) (edit on 2 Jan)

  • Cod Fish Fillet 鳕鱼

    $25.50$102.00

    Country of origin: UK (Wild-Caught)

    $85/kg, $8.50/100g

    Also known as Chilean Seabass or 鳕鱼, it is a premium species wild-caught from the deep ocean.
    It is highly sought after, due to the high level of Omega-3 fatty-acids which comes with many health benefits as well as its uniquely soft and buttery meat, making it extremely popular for children’s consumption.

    It is also high in protein and low in fat.
    The high price is due to the limited harvesting set to prevent extinction in line with the sustainability policy.

    Note: The product is imported fresh-frozen to maintain its freshness. Thaw the required portion and keep the rest frozen for uncompromised quality.

    Cod has four sections, and two sections in particular that have minimal to no fine bones, while the other two sections do. The two sections with minimal/less fine bones are the tail (~400g) and the section right above the tail also known as the best part of cod (1 kg). 

    We strongly recommend this if you usually do not intend on preparing the middle bone of the cod, giving you more value for money! 

  • Ang Go Li/Sea Bream Fillet 红哥里

    $9.00$30.00

    Country of origin: Indonesia (Wild-Caught)

    Other names: White Snapper, Sea Bream, Kurisi, Hong Ge Li

    $3/100g, $30/kg

    Extremely popular for curry and Assam fish, meat is less tender compared to other snappers. It can also be pan-fried or steamed. Fillets are deboned* before packaging.

    It has a wonderfully clean taste & satisfying meaty texture. Its meat also consists of anti-inflammatory properties, which is a good match with curries. It also strengthens the immune system.

    Excellent for baking, grilling, and even for steamboats!

    Popular for children and very popular among the elderly.

    Fillets have been descaled, deboned*, and portioned for your convenience.

    *Please note that even though the deboning process is done with stringent control, it is important to check for the presence of bones before feeding children and elderly.*

    If you have other specifications for cutting please leave a remark during checkout!  (e.g. please cut all fillets into half/thin slices for steamboat)

  • Red Snapper Fillet 红鸡

    $10.50$35.00

    Country of origin: Malaysia (Farmed)

    Mandarin: 红鸡, 红鱼
    Hokkien: Ang Kui
    Malay: Ikan Merah

    $3.5/100g, $35/kg 

    An affordable alternative compared to threadfin, as the meat is soft and is an excellent source of protein, Vitamin B12 & B6. Fillets are deboned* and descaled.

    Excellent for fish soup, porridge, steaming, pan-frying / fish & chips, roasting, and baking. Meat is softer compared to the other fillets.

    Fillets have been descaled, deboned*, and portioned for your convenience.

    *Please note that even though the deboning process is done with stringent control, it is important to check for the presence of bones before feeding children and elderly.*

    If you have other specifications for cutting please leave a remark during checkout!  (e.g. thin slices for steamboat/baby consumption)

  • Salmon Trout Fillet 三文鱼

    $10.50$35.00

    Country of origin: Norway

    Norwegian fjord trout is farmed in the untainted, ice-cold fjords (deep waters up to 50-100m deep!) of Norway where seawater meets fresh meltwater from the glaciers & snow.

    Tail fillets are guaranteed to be boneless as compared to the mid region ones which have to be deboned. They are also less oily with a firmer texture.

    In comparison to salmon, trout has a rounder head, a fatter belly & a firmer, more voluptuous bite to it. It is packed full of nutrition (omega-3 which assists in brain development, reduces development of cardiovascular diseases, vitamin D – strengthens bones).

    In our opinion, it is oilier, has a stronger taste & feels more ‘juicy’ compared to Atlantic Salmon. Krystal & Mike prefer the salmon trout, while Xavier & Doris prefer the atlantic salmon, hence it really is up to personal preference!

    Why Norwegian?
    Norway has an excellent & efficient logistics system, with top-notch quality control. They have traceability of the fish throughout its journey from Norway to the fishery port, monitoring the temperature at all times such that the freshness is maintained all the way through.

    Wild-caught salmon is one of the world’s most tracked and protected species in the world. Human activity has decimated their populations to the point of collapse. This led to sharp increases in prices that are no longer worth forking out for. This led to us halting our wild-caught salmon supply since 2016. (prices were already up more than 3x!)

  • Assorted Fish Bones

    $4.00$10.00

    A random mix of red snapper, red grouper, black grouper, sea bass, sea bream & batang bones that we freshly cut out upon filleting our larger fishes. Suitable for fish soup.

    Pack size: 800g-1 kg

    1 pack is roughly enough for 1-2 meals.

    $4 for one pack, 2 for $7 and 3 for $10.