Singapore Eats: Riverside Grilled Fish, Raffles City

"You might be a big fish in a little pond. Doesn't mean you've won cause along may come a bigger one."

Today, it feels that Queen Cersei has come back into King's Landings and oh boy, she came back with her old time attitude. The irritating one unfortunately. Anyway, life is too short to bother yourself with Queen Cersei so yeah, whatever. I do wonder why challenges keep on coming in my life one by one. The peace moment never lasts that long in life, at least in my life. Hahaha.


But anyway, thanks goodness for friends in life because there is always someone to rant to when life has become unbearable. Tonight's ranting venue is located at Raffles City. Actually we planned to eat at Din Tai Fung but the queue at Din Tai Fung is forever long so ranting buddy started to survey the surrounding for alternatives. That's when she saw the picture of this legendary grilled fish  from a restaurant named Riverside Grilled Fish.

Singapore Eats: Riverside Grilled Fish, Raffles City

Just like the name suggests, the restaurant's speciality is the jumbo size grilled fish. I suppose you can never go anti-social here at Riverside Grilled Fish because there is no way you can finish the whole fish by yourself (or maybe you can?). There are many sauces to select from but since my ranting buddies love to eat spicy stuff, we chose for Ma La Grilled Fish. If you don't know it yet, Mala sauce is a popular oily, spicy and numbing Chinese sauce. If you accidentally bite the peppercorn, be prepared to be numb for a while. You can add side dishes to go with the grilled fish. We only add the tofu skin as side dish to our Ma La Grilled Fish and it seems that all the tofu skin is hidden underneath the fish. 

Mala sauce grilled fish from Riverside Grilled Fish

Turns out the fish is not big enough to satisfy the three hungry girls which are full of rant about unfair treatment in the office and life. So we continued our second round of ranting to nearby cafe, Tiong Bahru Bakery. We ordered its famous patisserie item, the Kouign Amman which I think consist of layer and layer of butter and sugar and dough. It tastes so yummyyyyyy (despite the calorie). 

Kouign Amman from Tiong Bahru Bakery at Raffles City

Riverside Grilled Fish is located at: 

252 North Bridge Road, #B1-06/07
Raffles City Shopping Centre

Opening hours:

Daily 11AM - 10PM

 Tiong Bahru Bakery is located at: 

252 North Bridge Road, #B1-11
Raffles City Shopping Centre

Opening hours:

Daily 8AM - 10PM

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