Reese Moore


Head down the lonely road to Seabrook and Kiawah islands and the little blue-and-white building housing Chez Fish is one of the first signs of civilization you’ll see for miles. Inside and out, it’s simple and unassuming, but the restaurant has become known for its well-prepared food. You’ll find a cooler filled with fresh seafood, a bar, and a few tables in the front room and a colorful, cozy dining room to the side. Chef and owner René Constantin has created a small but solid menu with dishes like a curried shrimp and scallop medley, tortilla encrusted tilapia with a Mexican butter sauce, and linguini with white clam bolognese. Be sure to check out the daily specials on the chalkboard. —Erica Jackson Curran Dish (Summer 2013)

Restaurant Details

Seafood, pasta, salads, and soups, with fresh fish market too.

Hours: D, daily.
Price: $$$


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