By Peter L.
The large menu at the entrance is blue in colour. So is the restaurant for the most part with nautical theme taking center stage. The restaurant feels like a welcoming deck on a ship, sailing towards a dream destination in the azure waters of the Mediterranean.
Their promise is in the freshness - of their seafood, so we came to try one fine Friday morning. This is Cafe Fish, and their flagship branch is in Siam Paragon. Located on G Floor, steps away from Gourmet Market, this seafood galore is an easy find…
Positioned as Greek and Mediterranean cuisine, you can be sure that feta cheese and lemon are regular stars in their maritime menu. Besides Siam Paragon, they also operate an outlet in Terminal 21 mall in Bangkok.
Lunch started with Greek salad, of course. The crisp greens and generous spread of feta cheese awakened the senses. The calamari starter reeled us in even further, ohh with a squeeze of lemon, so much was achieved.
The fish and chips here is done the old fashion way. Using Atlantic cod with a tightly held batter recipe, the accompanying tartar sauce did the final uplifting. Mussels are from New Zealand and the big prawns are served with a sauce of your choice: lemon butter, garlic herb or piri piri (spicy) Portuguese sauce. Tough choice, we say. Go with your heart. And keep a spare prawn or two for another sauce too…
For sharing, we recommend their seafood platter - the portions are huge and is adjusted based on the number of people dining. Their flagship outlet has been operating since the first day when Siam Paragon opened. That’s a while back now, and is a testament to their success!
End your meal with a cup of tea and reminisce or dream of that Greek fishing village, or a scene from Mamma Mia. Don’t forget the slice of lemon…
Siam Paragon | 9.30am – 10pm
Terminal 21 | 10am – 10pm
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