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Posted by Silver on 04/11/2012
Our varied group of 5 ranging in ages from 14 to 65 thoroughly enjoyed each of our entrees. The "below bargain basement" price of the whole steamed lobster and steamed clam dinner was beyond reasonable! One of our party had the mussels and proclaimed them to be every bit as good as when she had them in Belgium! Although the restaurant is small and no reservations are taken, the food and fun made it well worth the wait!
Posted by kelly on 01/12/2011
I went to fish last night with a friend and had a great time, good meal and great service but, same as the last time i was in there, the owner was loud and interrupting my meal. he kept making announcements about the snow at the top of his lungs and it was a bit obnoxious and not funny. besides him, everything was great!
Posted by anonymous on 12/14/2010
If you're looking for the best buffalo shrimp in town, this is the place. extremely fresh and tasty You will also love the fresh oysters.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/07/2010
You can't beat the Lobster Feast. Came with my bf and he had the lobster feast and i had the additional lobster for $12. Right now it's only $18 for the Lobster Feast which includes a lobster, awesome fries, cob of deliciously sweet corn, and some ok steamers. $30 for lobster dinner for two??? AMAZING. add in some fresh oysters and you've got a couple of happy campers. i've had better oysters elsewhere, but these are not bad for the price. it's a small space and is popular so the place gets a little cramped during the busy time and service does get a bit slow, but whatever, i'm here for the yummy lobster. big con is the creamed spinach...it was a bowl of disappointmet. but did i mention how wonderful the lobsters are?
Posted by Anonymous on 07/07/2010
I've been here a few times for the Red, White & Blue Special where you get half a dozen blue point oysters and either a glass of wine or a beer for $8. It's the best deal in town. However, it should not take an hour to get our oysters. The waiters excuse was "its Saturday and we only have one person shucking". An upfront warning would have been nice, or have someone else in when its busy Tables are cramped but food is solid with a fun atmosphere. Reminds me of being on the Cape.
Posted by foodluvah on 12/01/2009
A place that calls itself Fish should be ALL about that very thing- right? The fish should play the most prominent role in the dinner show! This was simply not the case in my last visit to this restaurant. I went for the $24 lobster cobb. For that price I thought I might get something a little more tender to bite into. No, the lobster had clearly been frozen for a decade. It was tasteless and chewy and dry. The kitchen went bananas with the mesclun greens and the raw onions- but what about the piece de la resistance? My friend's meal was also sub-par. Who wants their salmon dripping in oil, hiding behind a tower of french fries and garnishes galore? On a more positive note, their oysters were excellent. In fact, a third less expensive and just as fresh and jiggly as those at Aquagrill. If you're lucky and the two tall seats outside the restaurant are empty, grab them fast! It's hard to beat sitting in the midst of the action on Bleeker, ordering oysters and PBR's through the window!
Posted by littlesarcasm on 11/24/2009
Had a dozen Malpeques and and a dozen Kumamotos - so yummy and fresh! Reasonable and laid back atmosphere. Lobster roll wasn't great, so next time I'm filling up on more oysters!