|Season (1 Jan 2019 - 31 Dec 2019)|
|Monday - Friday||09:00||- 21:00|
Pink Fish is an innovative chain co-founded by Geir Skeie, world chef champion and gold medal winner at the Bocuse d’Or.
Pink Fish is the ideal place to sit down and sample fresh Norwegian salmon. Stylish interiors in bright, refreshing colours are an inviting backdrop for affordable, on-trend dishes created by Skeie himself. The diverse menu consists of salmon burgers, pots and soups, as well as raw dishes, poke bowls, salads and wraps – with plenty of vegan and vegetarian options too.
Split into three categories – Asian, American and European – the menu really shows off the versatility of salmon and the fact it takes a starring role in cuisines around the globe. When you opt for something quick and casual, Pink Fish’s menu offers you ‘good food fast’.
Try it simmered in a taste-bud tingling Thai green curry, eat it raw as marinated sashimi with yuzu and ginger, or wolf it down as an American-style burger, slathered with BBQ sauce and coleslaw (just remember to wear a napkin).
Pink Fish uses only ASC-certified salmon, which means it’s produced in accordance with strict sustainability standards set by WWF and the farming industry. As a result, fish are only fed with feed free from antibiotics, GMO and palm oil. In addition, all packaging used is biodegradable and food waste is close to zero.
So next time hunger strikes, you can enjoy good food fast with Pink Fish, and get a taste of salmon fresh from the fjords.
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