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#SGFNBHUB 1st Edition: Greenwood Fish Market

Written by: Shermane Eng | Date Published: 22 September 2020

As an added effort in our #SGFnBHUB initiatives, we here at Wine Clique will be visiting several restaurants in the local F&B scene, to recommend you the best! This first edition features local restaurant and seafood grocer: Greenwood Fish Market. Read on to find out which dishes stood out AND which wines to pair them with. 

Located in Quayside Isle on Sentosa Island, Greenwood Fish Market gives you the ultimate seaside dining experience with their sea to table concept. 

In spite of COVID-19 dining restrictions and safety measures, the restaurant was bustling with customers, whilst still ensuring a 1-metre safety distance between each table, amongst other safety precautions taken. 

Reservations are a must, and we recommend requesting a table outdoors, near the pier overlooking the yachts, so that you can catch the beautiful sunset over a mouthwatering meal. We arrived at the restaurant in the evening and business was in full swing!



Our wine choice for the meal was a bottle of Hunky Dory Sauvignon Blanc 2018 (89 Points Wine Spectator) – a flexible, crisp white wine with aromatic citrus flavours that we felt would go extremely well with our seafood dinner.

"Hunky Dory Sauvignon Blanc is succulent, offering tropical fruit notes packed with fresh gooseberry and lime flavours.

This wine has a full flavoured lingering finish and is designed to meet expectations of a true Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc." – Winemaker's notes






Kicking off the meal was the Grilled Mediterranean Squid ($21.95) that was charred beautifully with a crisp bite. 
The meat was tender, savoury on its own and served with a fried caper aioli with a tinge of sourness which complemented the dish wonderfully.




We also had the Truffle Fries ($12.95) that were light and crisp, not too oily. The truffle taste was not overpowering and had lightly shaved Parmesan. 

The Fried Calamari ($14.95) is a must in our opinion! The light batter was savoury, extra crispy, not thick at all, and did not mask the taste of the squid. The squid itself was tender and juicy, and truly enjoyable. 





Moving on to the mains, we ordered the Porcini & Mushroom Risotto ($24.95). The taste of mushrooms was light in the sauce, although further enhanced by the king mushrooms in the dish. The texture of the dish was slightly more watery than your average Risotto, but still a light, enjoyable dish overall. 

Although Risottos are typically paired with more medium to full-bodied wines such as Chardonnay or Pinot Grigio, the Hunky Dory Sauvignon Blanc went surprisingly well with this dish. Perhaps it was the fruitiness and slight tinge of grassy notes in the wine that paired well with the mushrooms.




Lastly, we had the Pan-seared Cod Fish ($36.95) to complete our sumptuous seafood dinner. Cod is typically a medium-textured fish and goes well with a richer sauce, which was exactly how Greenwood prepared it. 

The cod was lightly seasoned and the dish was elevated by the rich, tangy sauce. Vegetables on the side were lightly salted, keeping the focus on the star of the dish – the cod. 


Greenwood Fish Market is a great place for date night or a gathering with friends and family, offering fresh, quality seafood and including rare varieties as well. Although the seafood is best enjoyed whilst dining in, Greenwood is also literally a fish market, selling the freshest offerings from their seafood beds. 

P.s. Greenwood Fish market’s 8th World Oyster Festival has been extended to 30th September! The event features 28 varieties of different merroirs from all over the world. Expect varieties such as the rare Canadian Belons, the classic French Gilardeaus and a new addition – the American Moonstone. Available a la carte or as a tasting platter at $99.95. 

Greenwood Fish Market 
31 Ocean Way, Quayside Isle
Singapore 098375
Tel: +65 6262 0450
Mon: 5 to 10pm
Tue – Fri:  12 to 10pm
Sat, Sun, PH:  11am to 10pm
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Thinking of suitable wine pairings with your meals can be tough, so we did it for you. Scroll to read our list of recommended wines and which dishes to pair them with for a fuss-free dining experience!


Domaine Laporte Sancerre Le Rochoy 2018 (Organic) | France

  • 93 Points Wine Enthusiast
  • The terroir stamps its mark on the wine. Le rochoy, which originates from an especially singular flinty hillside, offers a vast mosaic of aromas. Its incredibly delicate and exclusive mineral notes create all the beauty of this wine. 
  • Food Pairing: Smoked Fish, Shellfish & White Meats



Laurent Ponsot Meursault Pandorea 2016 | Burgundy, France

  • 88 - 91 Points Burghound

  • Elegant with notes of hazelnut, lemon rind and acacia blossom. There is a lovely sense of energy to the impressively intense and again well delineated and medium weight flavours that flash noticeable but not cloying sweetness on the stony finish.

  • Food Pairing: Pasta, Rich fish (Salmon, Tuna), Shellfish, Mild & Soft Cheese, Cured Meat



Valle del Cielo 'Pazienza' Trebbiano d'Abruzzo Superior DOCG 2017 | Italy

  • Elegant full body white wine shows typical character of Trebbiano, great acidity with grapefruits, apricot and honey on the palate. Lemon gold with hints of straw color on the rim. Subtle aromas of fresh grapefruits, apricot, pineapple and touches of honeycomb.

  • Food Pairing: White meats & Light cheeses



Huia Gewurztraminer 2015/2016 | Marlborough, New Zealand

  • The nose has fragrant rose petal notes and candied fruit. Soft lychee and rose water flavours fill out the aromatic palate. This is a silky, supple, succulent style of Gewürztraminer, showing complex layers of flavours and a long lasting finish. This wine is certified organic and is vegetarian & vegan friendly. 

  • Food Pairing: Terrines and Pate, asian food, smoked seafood and meats, soy honey duck. Blue cheeses, aged cheddar & figs.


Domaine Michel Niellon Chassagne Montrachet Rouge 2017 | Burgundy, France

  • 87 Points Burghound

  • Lighter ruby color. Attractively layered aromas speak of pepper, earth, red and dark berries and whiff of leather and animale characters. The sleek, vibrant and delicious lighter weight flavors possess lovely detail.

  • Food Pairing: Beef, Veal, Game (Venison), Poultry



Champagne Pommery Brut Royal NV | France

  • Champagne, France Pommery Brut Royal is the essence of the Pommery style: liveliness, fresh, finesse. From 40 selected villages in the Côte des Blancs and Montagne de Reims and other areas in the Champagne region where the liveliness and delicacy of the chardonnay grape is enhanced by the climate. Pale yellow with faint green highlights. Lively and cheerful, fresh, light-hearted, fine, delicate and generous.

  • Food Pairings: Pork, Rich Fish (Salmon, Tuna), Shellfish, mild & soft cheese




Primo Amore Moscato NV | Veneto, Italy

  • Straw yellow with golden reflections and a delicate mousse,fruity and very inviting, with intense scents of peaches and exotic fruits.Fresh and pleasantly sweet with a taste that reveals its varietal characters. 

  • Food Pairing: Spicy food, desserts like apple pie & ice cream, lemon meringue or cheesecake