It’s not surprising that Fish serves seafood, but Chef Nico Romo’s French fusion interpretation makes the King Street restaurant different than your typical seafood joint. The menu changes with the seasons, but you can count on delicious dishes year-round, like bouillabaisse in a coconut lemongrass broth or scallops with grilled watermelon, coconut rice, arugula, and tamarind blueberry. Fish’s dim sum offers up everything from escargot rangoons to croque madame to tempura fried crawfish. You can pick four options for $12. And we haven’t even mentioned their happy hour, where you can get $6 mussels and frites along with $4 glasses of champagne. Ooh la la. —Melissa Tunstall Dish (Winter 2015)
They renovated the interior and the concept at this Upper King Street spot. The menu goes heavy on the Asian with dim sum in addition to a selection of fresh fish and seafood.
Features: Online Reservations, Dinner, Non-Smoking
Hours: Dinner (Mon.-Sun.)
Mon 4:30pm-8pm: Half-priced bottles of wine under $90. $4 bubbles and house wine, $6 food specials.
Tues 4:30pm-8pm: $4 vintage cocktails. $4 bubbles and house wine, $6 food specials.
Weds 4:30pm-8pm: $10 bottomless wine carafes. $4 bubbles and house wine, $6 food specials.
Thurs 4:30pm-8pm: $4 artisan cocktails & manager’s choice craft beer. $4 bubbles and house wine, $6 food specials.
Sun 4:30pm-8pm: $8 tiki cocktails. $4 bubbles and house wine, $6 food specials.
Mondays-Thursdays, Sundays, 4-7 p.m. Continues through Aug. 14 2015
Fri., Aug. 7, 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. 2015
Tue., July 14, 5:30-10 p.m. 2015
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