This Fish & Crisps place originating from Punggol East Container Park is now Halal-Certified!

We are proud to announce that Big Fish Small Fish is officially halal-certified. The Muslim community in Singapore can now have different variations of fish and crisps to try out. What’s more, they are opening a new outlet at Northpoint City (with one more coming up this year so stay tuned!)


Big Fish Small Fish is Now Halal!

As of 1st March 2018, Big Fish Small Fish (BFSF) is officially halal certified by MUIS. Translation: More finger food and savoury treats  (a.k.a. fish and crisps) for us halal foodies in Singapore!ESPECIALLY at a super cool place, by the Punggol waterfront!Okay, we know some of you are not sure what BSFS even sells.Come, let us fill you in.BSFS offers a variety of fishes that are cooked fresh in a light and crispy batter.  Choose from dory, tilapia, sea bass, salmon or cod!

Instead of chips, you have crisps.

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All of their Fish and Crisp orders come with a generous portion of freshly sliced potato crisps.Fun fact: Apparently, they are the first food and beverage establishment to serve fresh potato crisps that is sliced upon order and cooked to perfection. We’ll be visiting them soon to confirm this. Stay tuned for our review!

Choose from a variety of freeflow sauces and dips!

 There are four main flavours of freeflow sauces and dips to choose from – Cheese Sauce, Curry Mayo Sauce and the XO Mayo. They are also offering Salted Egg Sauce and Mozarella Cheese  Sauces which you can get at a token charge.

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Apart from their bestseller, they also have other finger food for those who are not in the mood for fish and crisps.

They are located at two places in Singapore

On top of the halal certification news, they are also expanding to different locations to serve more customers in Singapore. For the westbound people, you don’t have to travel to Punggol East Container Park to get your fish and crisp fix anymore. Lucky you!Currently, Big Fish Small Fish are operating in two different locations, with one more on the way!

1. Big Fish Small Fish @ Punggol

50 Punggol East #01-K35Singapore 828826(Nearest LRT Riviera)Operating Hours:Sunday to Thursday: 12pm to 12amFriday, Saturday and Eve of Public Holiday: 12pm to 1am

2. Big Fish Small Fish @ Northpoint City (Newly Opened)

930 Yishun Avenue 2 #02-132/133Northpoint City South WingSingapore 769098Operating Hours: 10am – 10pm Daily

3. Big Fish Small Fish @ Bugis Junction(Opening in End March 2018)

200 Victoria Street #04-05Bugis JunctionSingapore 188021Operating Hours: 10am – 10pm DailyFor this one there will be a time lapse of around two-four months for them to get a Halal-certification. We hear that they will be opening another place too!To our Northeast friends, do check them out and let us know about your experience!(We’ll give you more updates once we’ve tried out their menu.)

For more information, check out their website.Website:






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