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Greenwood Fish Market

Greenwood Fish Market

Greenwood Fish Market

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56%   (147 votes)
82 / 147

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Charming neighborhood fish shop, Greenwood Fish Bistro, is well stocked with air-flown seafood from the waters of the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. It's also a one-stop-shop for lovers of seafood as they have a bistro, takeaway counter, delivery service, wine shop, and fish market.When dining in, we recommend ordering a few sharing platters, which are good for two to three.MUST TRIES: Start with the sashimi platter which mostly includes thin slices of salmon, tuna, pink snapper, and swordfish. Then move onto cooked seafood with the Smoked Platter, which consists of house-smoked trout, salmon, mackerel, and sides or the hot seafood platter which comes with half a Boston lobster, grilled prawns, littleneck clams, char-grilled squid, and more.

View reviews on hungrygowhere.com

Hours:
Mon - Sun: 11:00 - 22:30

Address:
34 Greenwood Avenue

Cuisine:
European, Seafood, Western


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