There may be a lot of fishes in the sea but finding one that will satisfy your deep blue sea craving may be quite difficult. In fact, there are only a few restaurants that offers a school of great tasting fishes. You don’t have to be a fisherman to capture them, just head to Fishman.
Fishman is located at the G/F One Technology Tower 31st Street, Rizal Drive in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City, near St. Lukes.
It has this colorful summer look that’s very appealing and soothing. Something that I would love to be in during office breaks. Away from those monotone office desks and monotonous sound of your boss declining your requests for leaves. It would’ve been more fun if The Little Mermaid’s Under the Sea is playing in the background while you wait in line deciding which one to order.
Fishman offers a wide variety of seafood dishes, mostly fish.
I am not a fan of fish fillet because I find them tasteless and just depends on the dip. This is one is not only taste goo but is also cooked perfectly. I forgot to ask what fish this is but I assume it’s usually Cream Dory. The fish is soft and still juicy it’s like it’s dissolving in your mouth while you chew.
The Fishman Carbonara has tuna and topped with tinapa (smoked fish). Here’s what I think is unique, the drinking glasses. They’re little fishbowls. I never imagined drinking something out of a fishbowl.
Now for the all time specials. Fishman Specials comes with Fishman house soup and rice.
Better request for an additional glass of water for this one because this is THE BOMB! It very spicy but it tastes good you want to take another bite.
Sizzling they’re way to your mouths are the of my favorites.
These two does not come with rice but I bet you’ll need more than one. You can choose from plain rice – P28, garlic rice – P35, kalkag – P49, Fisherman seafood rice – P98. After taking so much of the sea, you can head on to the sweet shores and get some of these.
Fishman made me realize that staying away from chicken, pork and beef once in a while isn’t bad at all. After all, it’s healthy.