Appetite Asia (May 2012)

Smiths Fish and Chips is featured in the May 2012 issue of Appetite Asia. Here are some excerpts from the publication.


ieatishootipost (March 2011)

Do you remember where you first learnt about Fish and Chips?

I do.

I remember very distinctly how my mouth used to water when Enid Blyton described Fish and Chips in her Famous Five series of books. The fish names Cod, Haddock, Halibut and Plaice have always been what Fish and Chips were suppose to be. But as you and I know, most of the Fish and Chips sold in Singapore are made from a cheaper white fish called Dory or as it is more accurately called, Basa or Tra which are farmed Vietnamese Catfish. I am not saying they are necessarily bad. In fact, the main characteristic of white fish, especially Cod, is the fact that they have hardly any smell or taste...

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ate too much (September 2011)

C says: A number of people have raved about the British authenticity of Smiths Fish and Chips, but we were loath to travel all the way to Tanjong Katong Road and hunt for parking, just for fish and chips.

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Small Potatoes Make The Steak Look Bigger (November 2010)

Little would I have expected that a British styled fish and chips joint would open up in such a location (230 Tanjong Katong Road, tel : +65 9639 8348) here. What's more, it seems that this shop has brought in their own frying range to do their job.

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Food is my happy place (February 2011)

Last Wednesday I went to visit a friend in Joo Chiat and we decided to head down to Tanjong Katong Road for some fish and chips. It’s in his locale so he often goes there for a lazy Sunday lunch.

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my paper (July 2012)

Smiths Fish and Chips is featured in the July 16th 2012 edition of my paper.



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