To celebrate World Tuna Day, SHAPE magazine listed restaurants in Singapore that offer delicious seafood that is sustainable, as alternatives to consuming endangered tuna fish:
“Artemis Grill is a luxury dining rooftop venue, conveniently located in the CBD area for lunch and after-work dining. This modern Mediterranean rooftop restaurant and bar is fully invested in sustainability — they use organic produce where possible and sustainably-sourced seafood. It’s not just seafood either — all their meats are ethically farmed, free-range and hormone-free. So you can be sure you get to enjoy guilt-free quality food here.
The menu changes seasonally as their British chef Ollie Hyde only wants to create dishes that are made from produce that’s at its peak. Their current menu features a seared Boston lobster and Hamachi crudo for starters and Atlantic cod and stone bass for mains, among many more delicious non-fish dishes.”
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