Last Updated: March 22, 2018
There’s just something about cheese that has made so many fall head over heels for it. It almost seems as if there’s sort of a magical quality to it – adding cheese to a plain ol’ (insert name of basically any dish) is like an upgrade from an economy class seat, to a first-class one.
If you think the same, then here’s something I believe you’ll be very interested in knowing about. The Manhattan FISH MARKET has released an all-new All Things Cheeesy menu, available from 1 March to 18 April 2018, which includes a variety of cheese-filled dishes that are sure to satisfy your deepest cravings.
Start your meal off with the All Things Cheeesy Sampler ($14.95), which comes with three cheesy starters, including parmesan-crusted squid skewers, mozzarella cheese sticks, and fiery mozzarella-stuffed chilli peppers. Cut into a mozzarella cheese stick, or perhaps one of the chilli peppers, and marvel at the cheese stretch that’ll be awaiting you.
Not cheeesy enough? Here’s something for the craziest cheese fanatics: the Cheeesy Fish ‘A’ Chick ($12.95). This comprises a chicken fillet stacked on top of a dory fish fillet, stuffed with cheddar and mozzarella cheese. It is hand-battered, then deep-fried to golden brown perfection, before being served with a special cheese sauce. Hey, there’s no such thing as too much cheese, right?
Wash it all down with the Cheeesy Mango Peach Fizz ($5.50) that’s topped with cream cheese, and you’ll have yourself a wholly cheesy meal.
Well, I hope you’re salivating after reading this, because I know I am. And if you’re an OCBC bank cardholder, you’ll get to enjoy a 20% discount off the Cheeesy Special ($42.40), which comes with two servings of the Cheeesy Fish ‘A’ Chick and Mango Peach Fizz, and one serving of the Cheeesy Sticks.
Go forth then, and chase your cheese-filled dreams with this awesome All Things Cheeesy menu!
Dates & Times: 1 March – 18 April 2018, Opening hours
Price: $5.50 – $14.95 per dish
*This post was brought to you in partnership with The Manhattan Fish Market