Fish is a restaurant of many moods. It’s casual and affordable at lunchtime, when diners can personalize a moo shu wrap and choose a soup or salad from the $10 mix-and-match menu. The happy hour tends to attract a lively crowd with different specials every day — we prefer Mondays with $4 cocktails, half-price small plates, and half-price bottles of wine. That’s also a good time to sample dim sum like pork belly fried steam buns or lamb with brussels sprouts kimchi. Chef Nico Romo really flexes his culinary muscles at dinnertime, with French-Asian cuisine. The seasonal menu includes tasty options like bouillabaisse in a coconut lemongrass broth or lobster tail with coconut egg noodle, snow peas, leeks, peas, oyster mushrooms, mussels, and clams. Then there’s the fromage du jour with a choice of fondue, soft, hard, le bleu, and a goat cheese spring roll alongside dried honey marmalade and sliced baguettes. Pastry chef Susie Ieronemo wraps things up with inventive, delectable desserts like the Monkey Bar, chocolate chai shortbread with caramelized banana, toasted marshmallow ice cream, and mango caramel. —Erica Jackson Curran
Dish (Winter 2014)
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: D, Mon-Sun.
Mon, Weds 4:30pm-7pm: $4 well liquor, house wine, house champagne; Half-price wine bottles under $90; Half-priced cheese plates
Tues 4:30pm-7pm: $4 well liquor, house wine, house champagne; $6 moules and frites
Thurs 4:30pm-7pm: $4 well liquor, house wine, house champagne; $6 dim sum
Fri, Sat 4:30pm-7pm: $4 well liquor, house wine, house champagne; $6 dumplings
Sun 4:30pm-7pm: $4 well liquor, house wine, house champagne; $6 noodle bowls
Fri., March 7, 12 p.m. 2014
Wednesdays and Thu., Sept. 12. Continues through Dec. 18 2013
Sun., July 14, 4 p.m. 2013
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