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Telephone
03-5613 2249
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.manhattanfishmarket.com/
Signature Dishes
Fried Country Mushrooms Cajun Chickie Marinara Manhattan Fish 'n Chips Curry Hill Seafood Vanilla Milkshake
Review (46)
Level4 2016-05-29
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The Manhanttan Fish Market recently had their best deal in town promotion, with fish and chips starting from RM6.99! Such a steal deal!I have decided to takeaway one fried dory and one grilled dory, each cost RM 6.99. I also bought fried mushrooms (RM 3.99) as a side.I personally feel that the Fried Dory Fish and Chips is more worth it as the fish fllet looks bigger. The Grilled Dory on the other hand is quite thin an smaller, but it's still filling due to the mashed potatoes given.There's nothing really special about the fired mushroom, but I love it very much! The honey mustard sauce goes very well with the fried mushroom. Delicious  continue reading
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Level3 2016-03-17
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It has been awhile since I’ve last been to Manhattan Fish Market. The food there can be quite pricey for us students thus we rarely dine in there. Just that day my friends and I decided to have dinner there because it has been so long.The restaurant was crowded with a sea of people because it was dinner time on a weekend but luckily we managed to find a seat quickly. I love how friendly their staff were and how creative the restaurant was by decorating the restaurant with posters and napkins that are related to fishing to associate with the restaurant. I ordered salmon fish with mashed potatoes and hot veggies which consisted of broccoli and carrots. The portion of my meal was rather small and costed me a bomb. I paid RM 26.39 after GST for my meal and I don’t think it was worth that money. I could even count the number of steamed vegetables on my plate.My friends on the other hand ordered the cherry snapper with mashed potatoes and hot veggies as well and she commented that it tasted just okay. The flavours were quite bland and there was not much seasoning. It costed RM 24.77 for the cherry snapper. As for the fish and chips (dory fish) that my other friend ordered, she said it tasted quite good and the portion was big. In my opinion, their dory fish n chips is still the best among the other dishes that we have tasted. The price was slightly cheaper as compared to the other fishes as well as it was RM 20.03. continue reading
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Level3 2015-09-25
69 views
fish market in Sunway branch was the best one i tried in Klang Valley. it always crowded especially during promotions or peak hour. one of my favourite fish restaurant also XDI have waited for more than 15 minutes i guess, but when the food is served, all the bad mood was gone XDCheesy garlic fish with prawns, are the best match ever!  continue reading
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Level3 2015-09-01
45 views
Fish lovers should not missed this out. One of the place to dine all sorts of fish dish. When I visit, it was so crowded that the waitress barely even have chance to take a breath! We managed to get a table with 4 sits. It took quite awhile for us to have the chance to make order as well as for the food to arrive. My favourite is still the salmon  continue reading
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Level3 2014-01-16
23 views
Manhattan Fish market is quite well known with its seafood. I personally like the most basic dolly fish lunch set. It is affordable for a student like me and it is quite fulfilling. The fish tastes good but sometime it has the fried-oil-smell (sometime if unlucky). The price is reasonable. continue reading
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