We had lunch twice. The edimome is amazing. We tried both chowders and can’t chose the one we like the best. So many great choices. Not your usyal fish place. Service was outstanding.
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Ordered spiced tuna roll tonight, must have been made three days ago. The fish was brown and mushy. Hard to believe any restaurant would attempt to serve this. Asked waiter to remove from bill, yet it was on the bill. Amazing this is rated number...More
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Well prepared-basic fish always available. Excellent service, dependablly excellent when you want fish-best around.
Went to The fish Market for dinner. I was greeted by a friendly courteous host. I decided to sit at the bar. The bartender immediately asked if I'd like a drink and had excellent suggestions (Kona Hula beer). I also appreciated his suggestion for dinner....More
I happened upon this restaurant on Trip Advisor and decided to give it a whirl due to the enthusiastic reviews. Thanks to my fellow advisees! This spot offered a lovely outdoor seating area, wonderful happy hour specials and attentive service. I had some delectable oysters,...More
We were looking for a light meal within walking distance of the Creekside Inn where we were staying. Our Crab Louie salad and mixed greens with bay shrimp and balsamic herb dressing were just what we needed. The salads are generous, the seafood was fresh...More
Place is large and seats a lot of people. We arrived at 6 pm and the place started to fill up. We waited only 10 minuted for a table. Our order was ready in 10 minutes. It came out hot. Portions are large. Waiter was...More
The Fish Market is a Palo Alto go to restaurant for high quality, locally caught fresh fish. The restaurant is simple, no frills, just a nice spot for a great meal. They also have non fish items but the fish is what you come for....More