Cozy place to eat either at the bar or in the dining room. Excellent menu, loaded with seafood. Staff makes you feel like a 'regular'.
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Pan fried oysters with tomato coulis delish A bottle of Sancerre and on to the main menu.. The best paella since Spain .. a great blacken swordfish with red quinoa and avocado 🥑 Brussels sprouts and corn relish .. Mahi Mahi with garlic mash potato...More
We were driving up from Manhattan and wanted someplace near Main Street that was good and casual. Reviews brought us to Elm Street Oyster House. We had reservations for 3:30pm, which is out typical Sunday lunch. At many restaurants we get left out when the...More
We have been here 4 times. First time in 2010 was great, and then each experience after than has been worse than the one before. We went on a Tuesday night in early October. The service was poor and so was the food. We were...More
This is a "go to" place for fish (plain or imaginative) in an unassuming restaurant in Greenwich CT. I would make a reservation if you are aiming for the dinner hour, The menu can easily satisfy anyone look for fish. There is one (just one)...More
This is a small restaurant in Greenwich. It can get a bit noisy when crowded. The seafood is outstanding, along with the service. I ate the shrimps with the scampi sauce (olive oil, garlic, white wine). They were excellent. I started with the crab cakes,...More
Elm Street combines the freshest seafood, perfectly prepared, with excellent service and reasonable prices for their quality seafood. Seafood is the most fragile and hence most expensive food. My paella was exquisite. Paella is a tough test for seafood, because each of the variety of...More