Go fish in under remodeling right now don't know when it will reopen.Looks like a big job that is going to take a while.
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Since this is a touristy area we weren't sure what we would find here but made reservations for an adult holiday meal. It is a very nice (not tourist-oriented at all) place to eat with an extensive bar and menu choices. Our party had simple dishes like fish and chips and more elaborate ones like a seafood/pasta dish. They were... More
I wanted to update my review of Go Fish. They will be closing for about three months for a major remodel. I have been told that they will have some outdoor seating when they reopen and many other changes too. I can't wait to see it when they are done. We were there last night and we took a neighbor... More
" go fish" has been in Mystic for as long as I remember and it is still a good place. Over time their sushi bar has expanded and become a bit more sophisticated , but still not at the level of a sushi place like yasuda or noruda in New York. Regrettably they don't serve the bouillabaisse anymore but there... More
now I do know that small plates are like a new thing for restaurants these days but I guess I am old fashioned. I like to get food for my money. The service was very good, the quality of the food I did get was good as hwell. It was the small portion that put me off. I had to... More
Went for lunch. There used to be a wider variety of items and specials. Now somewhat limited. The clam chowder is good. The garden salad was supposed to have cucumbers and had none. The wings are $12 for 6 wings...$2 per wing. Maybe it is me, but I thought that was a LOT. There is a good beer selection though.... More
This seafood restaurant was recommended by the hotel desk clerk. We were looking for good seafood in a casual environment and Go Fish was just that. The food was good and the service was excellent. Entrees were between $20-30 for seafood and the had smaller portions of some dishes, which were more than enough to satisfy! Overall nice experience!
Visited during restaurant week and took advantage of one of the 3 course meal options. I had the lobster bisque, the lobster ravioli and peanut butter cheesecake. I enjoyed the bisque, but the ravioli and cheesecake were average in my opinion. Ravioli, shrimp, mushroom, tomato and a tarragon vodka sauce. Frankly, the ravioli just had too many flavors competing rather... More
Stopped in for a little bite before getting on the ferry. We had the New England clam chowder and the lobster bisque and couldn't resist trying the creamy chicken artichoke soup! All three were amazing except the New England clam chowder could have been a little thicker.. but they were all delicious!
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