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Fish

Restaurant - Raw Bar - Market
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  • Seafood
  • 280 Bleecker St, New York NY10014 40.731696 -74.003517
  • (Btwn Jones St & 7th Ave S)
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  • (212) 727-2879
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User Ratings (Based on 50 reviews)

3.785
Food 4.0 Value 3.7
Service 3.8 Atmosphere 3.7

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 727-2879
Website:
www.fishrestaurantnyc.com
Notes:
Visa, MC, Disc
Hours:
Sun-Thu: 12pm-11pm Fri-Sat: 12pm-12am
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Raw Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out

User Reviews

  • Fish

    Posted by Anonymous on 01/09/2006

    Go for lunch

    Not many folks know, but this is a great place for lunch. Plenty of bargin specials and fabulous atmosphere...

  • Fish

    Posted by Anonymous on 09/26/2005

    Quaint Neighborhood Find

    In a city full of overrated ultra-trendy retaurants, Fish is a refreshing change. The service was absolutely delightful. Upon entering the funky little spot the staff immediately made us feel at home. The owner went so far as to order us a platter of oysters free of charge and go through a mini tutorial on how to eat/enjoy them and how to tell the differnce between the types. The seafood was very fresh and prepared simply to the diners desire. This place is great for a date or a group of friends. The wine menu is good and the atmosphere is laid back. I can't wait to go again.

  • Fish

    Posted by Heidi on 09/01/2005

    Not impressive

    Truly, this restaraunt should stick to seafood. The non-seafood items we ordered (creamed spinach, most notably) resembled baby food and was hardly edible. The clam chowder and lobster bisque both looked unappetizing, though tasted slightly better. Even the seafood, while edible and even tasty at times, was not exceptional, considering the price. The salmon was definitely good, but no different than anyone could make at home. The lobster roll was satisfying but certainly not on the level of some of the west village's more famous lobster rolls. The service was kind of slow but generally nice. My party agreed, for the price, it is not a place we would revisit.

  • Fish

    Posted by Paul on 07/25/2005

    Wonderful

    Great food at a great price with excellent service. It's not a trendy or romantic spot but it is clean and the food is very good. We had oysters on horseback, gumbo soup, lobster roll and 12 west coast oysters, all excellent. Brunch has a happy hour too of reduced price beer and wine, the white wine was very drinkable.

  • Fish

    Posted by Great Place on 07/23/2005

    Check it out

    Food was great, wait staff was friendly and helpful. I found the food to be just as good as pricier places I've been to in the city (Aquagrill, Pearl Oyster). If you want good fresh fish, you should definitely check this place out.

  • Fish

    Posted by stevie L. on 06/26/2005

    Village Oasis

    After dining in three of NY's top restaurants this week, what a pleasure it was to find this little casual jewel of a seafood house in the heart of the west village. From the oysters and beer starter (6 oysters and an icy cold draft-$8) to the tuna/salmon tar tar (outstanding freshness), the meal kept getting better as we moved on to the fish soup-deliciously rich and spicy-then the awesome scallops. Great portions at a very reasonable price served by very friendly and professional staff and a coo/hip/casual setting will have me coming back time and time again. A WINNER ALL THE WAY!

  • Fish

    Posted by joonbug on 06/04/2005

    Not too shabby

    We went to check out Fish simply because it looked like a "hip" place to eat. The staff was friendly from the moment we got there and the food was great too. The scallops were especially good. Unfortunately, seafood is never really cheap, but you do get a good deal at Fish.

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