Pink Fish Review: Healthy Norwegian Fast Food Joint with Sustainably Farm-Raised Salmon

5 July 2021 by Farihin Joehari

Hailing from the land of Vikings, Pink Fish is serious about their fish - specifically salmon. They import the sustainably farm-raised produce directly from the cold fjords in Norway. With their motto ‘Good Fast Food’, their mission is to allow people around the world to enjoy salmon in different ways. Committed to sustainability, they only use compostable utensils, biodegradable packaging and work hard to reduce waste.

Ordering is easy! Join the queue, take your pick from their extensive menu, pay, and wait for your food before bringing it to your table. The dining area features wooden furniture, with brightly coloured chairs – it’s hard to miss when you’re at the basement of Jewel Changi.

Their menu features Soups, Burgers, Salads & Wraps, Poke Bowls and Other Seafood dishes – we know it’s hard to decide on what to get, so we got you covered with some of their must-try options.

For a fusion flavour, order the Sizzling Singaporean Burger ($9.90), which includes grilled salmon patty, fresh cucumber, sambal, salted egg fish skin crisps in between buttery brioche buns. The texture of this burger from the multiple local ingredients packs a flavourful punch you’ll love.

Or get their colourful Poke Bowls – Small ($10.90), Medium ($14.90) and Large ($18.90). Pick from Healthy Japanese, Subtle Norwegian, Saba Mackerel Teriyaki or for that extra fiery heat, the Spicy Hawaiian Poke (our favourite!). Add just $4 for a Combo Deal which includes soft drink and side (Chips, Soba Noodles, Rice, Quinoa or Broccoli and Edamame Salad).

There’s something for the kids too and for just $8.90, pick their preferred flavour and have the freedom to remove or add any favourite ingredients.

Food: 5*
Ambience: 5*
Value for money: 4*

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Shopping Podium, Tower 1, One Raffles Place #B1-16, Singapore 048616

Contact Number:
6909 9771

All images credited to Pink Fish.