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Rosarito Fish Shack

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  • Nuevo Latino, Seafood, Latin American
  • 168 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn NY11211 40.719571 -73.960737
  • (At N 7th St)
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  • (718) 388-8833
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User Ratings (Based on 7 reviews)

3.295
Food 3.2 Value 2.8
Service 3.9 Atmosphere 3.0

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(718) 388-8833
Website:
www.rosaritofishshack.com
Place Order:
Order From Rosarito Fish Shack for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Mon-Thu: 5pm-12am Fri: 5pm-1am Sat: 12pm-4am Sun: 12pm-12am
Serves:
Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Open Late, Bar Scene, Delivery, Online Reservations, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out
Min Delivery:
15.00

User Reviews

  • Rosarito Fish Shack

    Posted by ctepperm on 03/21/2013

    Delicioso

    Happy to have an affordable addition to the Williamsburg area that is trying to make good food instead of just be a resto for hipsters. Had a really lovely meal here, delicious ceviche and tacos, well-priced cocktails and amiable service. Maybe Williamsburg is finally growing up!

  • Rosarito Fish Shack

    Posted by vasian25 on 07/09/2012

    cute seafood place

    Cute seafood place. The crab cake sandwiches were delicious and the drinks were good. The calamari was too crunchy. Other than that, great place to have lunch with friends.

  • Rosarito Fish Shack

    Posted by bklynstar1115 on 05/25/2012

    Had hgh hopes but...

    Went here last week after hearing great things. When we tried to order they were out of fish tacos(hello your a fish shack!),short rib tacos, corn on the cob, and the bacon wrapped octopus dog which someone next to us was eating.My brother had oysters which were sour tasting(and he's not picky, he's eaten from street carts throughout Asia and the Middle East) Had the hamachi ceviche which was very good. Unfortunately that was all that was good,besides the margaritas. Crab cakes were so fishy they were inedible, my brothers octopus tacos were unappetizing and the pork tacos were kind of sickeningly sweet. for 3 people we spent $170 we def don't mind spending $$ on good food but this was overall a poor experience. And u think when we sat down down they would have told us what they were out of instead of letting us look at the menu for 10 minutes! Not recomended

  • Rosarito Fish Shack

    Posted by Live In The Hood on 02/26/2012

    Great neighborhood Latin/fish spot!

    Great, fresh seafood! Have been here twice-both times great service and food. The seafood enchiladas are excellent. The skirt steak cooked perfectly and delicious sauces (with a side cheese enchilada); tacos are well-prepared with stellar ingredients. Tried the fried flounder tacos, lobster tacos are sweet and succulent with a creamy sauce, steak and carnitas got great reviews although I didn't try them. And my boyf got the Shack Stew- think ciopinno but with Spanish flavors. Fresh clams, mussels, scallops, huge shrimp and a bit of rice in tomato broth in a cast iron dish. Served with grilled fresh crispy bread splashed with olive oil. Yummy flan for dessert - a nice mix of Mexican and Argentine (Dulce de leche) flavors. Plus Mexican beers on draft! Great place!

  • Rosarito Fish Shack

    Posted by Julia on 09/26/2011

    Rosarito is stellar!

    I had dinner last night at Rosarito with a couple of friends and we absolutely loved it. We ordered margaritas, crab tostadas, lobster tacos, the ceviche sampler, the octopus hotdog and corn on the cob. Also, the Tres Leches dessert is the best I've ever had. Besides the great food, the decor is beautiful and the service is good. I will definitely be back.

  • Rosarito Fish Shack

    Posted by Adam on 08/09/2011

    Big disappointment

    So disappointed in the meal. I love almacen so was happy to try the new restaurant. Fish tasted frozen, soggy fries, and ceviche was awful.

  • Rosarito Fish Shack

    Posted by Su on 08/09/2011

    Not so mexican

    my first comment is i know frozen fish when i eat it. i would swear that most of the fish that came to out table was frozen (probabl from restaurant depot) as the owners are quite regulars there. second everything was way too spicy. i dont know what was on the signature fries but they were soggy. the place looks quite nautical and fish like but whats the point when there is frozen fish. i was very excite to try this as almacen is a great restaurant. our waiter was sweet. i would not go again and can not recommend a restaurant that has nothing from a farm including veggies on the menu.

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