Gourmet Seafood take-away joint Catch ‘N Bite comes alive at Takashimaya Simple Bites Fair 2014


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Catch ‘N Bite, a gourmet seafood takeaway joint will be participating at the Takashimaya Simple Bites Fair this month, from 8th to 24th September 2014, providing a wide variety of fresh seafood dishes ranging from the sides to the ultimate catch rolls and Seafood sandwiches.

Catch ‘N Bite , which opened earlier this year at Westgate, 3 Gate Way Drive , B2-K16, has received rave reviews from its west bound customers and Singaporeans alike.

The brand began when there was an absence of an affordable and fuss-free way of enjoying seafood. Henceforth, Catch ‘N Bite birthed forth. They then set sail across the world to all the renowned fishing spots to share sumptuous seafood dishes to many.

During their voyage, the first few stops at the United States served as an inspiration for them to create their exclusive first series of dishes which they decided to introduce to Singapore.

In a bid to share the sumptuous creations to more Singaporeans, Catch ‘N Bite has decided to participate at the Simple Bites Food Fair at Takashimaya B2 Food Hall. The “Must-try” Lobster Sandwich served with fresh vegetables on a toasted ciabatta bun will be available as well as the best seller Soft Shell Crab Sandwich.

Along with these, the top-selling fresh seafood tarts such as the Garlic Mayo Shrimp and the Mango Chutney Shrimp can be purchased in a bulk with up to 16 pieces in each box.

Hurry, get down to the Simple Bites Food Fair located at Takashimaya B2 Food Hall and grab a Catch ‘N Bite Seafood Sandwich today!

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