the seafood sisters

Singaporean-born, Hong Kong-raised, and New York-educated, Wenyi and Jiayi founded Little Catch as a place for Shanghai consumers to buy restaurant quality seafood at affordable prices.

Wen and Jiaโ€™s love for seafood industry goes back to childhood. They come from a multi-generational seafood family business where visits to fishing vessels & factories, as well as more specialty places such as traditional smokers, fish auction houses and industry trade shows was the norm.  Before opening Little Catch, they spent several years working in the wholesale trading side of the business, getting to know suppliers and producers, as well as undertaking further training at Londonโ€™s Billingsgate in traditional fishmongering & quality control. 

Their commitment to only sourcing and selling seafood they themselves trust and eat has made them a trusted community resource for seafood in Shanghai. 

 

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Time Out Shanghai: Poke In, Bagels Out. Little Catch is opening in Xintiandi

"We never get sick of Little Catch's amazing poke bowls โ€“ and we'd guess it's the same for you. That lunch time craving for Dynamite Salmon with avo... it just comes on so strong, right? Well, there's about to be one more place to get your fix. Little Catch is opening up a new shop in Xintiandi inside Alter boutique, taking over the spot formerly home to Spread the Bagel." 
By Elysia Bagley. Posted: Monday May 1 2017 2:24PM
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We try six seafood bowls and loved them all
— CityWeekend Shanghai
a veritable bargain given the quality and freshness of the fish, and the taste explosion of the combinations.โ€
— Time Out Shanghai
โ€œ...Sambal Salmon... is BOMBโ€
— Shanghai Girl Eats