Over-priced for the neighborhood. Off the wall menu (literally!). Not the right business for this area.
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This is one of the best experiances ever! Nothing like any other place I ve been. Normal food done differently. Spicey twist on things. Unusal combinations of flavors. Just have to go to really understand. CYou will not be dissapointed.
Good restaurant not sure why it closed. This restaurant has been closed for about six months, The restaurant is closed closed closed, I hope this review can go through and it's enough characters
This place started out as a "different" experience and we really enjoyed the food and menu. As time went on, costs drove changes to the menu and food selection. The last time we went was a disappointment. Hate to see anyone go out of business,...More
This restaurant is no longer in business. A new restaurant (San Diego Grill) has opened in it's place. San Diego Grill is owned by the same owners who own Malibu Beach Grill and Monterrey Grill.
But a new restaurant is opening here soon. I was peaking in the window and a nice man came out and introduced himself as the manager of the Malibu across the street. He let us in to look around and it was beautifully remodeled ....More
27 Fathoms is now closed at the Pavillion at Port Orange. Never got the chance to vist before it closed. Hope tay will replace it with another Seafood type place
We thought we would finally try 27 Fathoms last night. It was closed!!!! It's sad when a small restaurant is overshadowed by the larger chains. We then went to Malibu Grill, check out our review there!
Closed. Per a sign hanging in the door. Hopefully a great place will replace it. It was never the same after the first chef passed away.
27 fathoms has become our new local favorite for Sushi and big eats when we're really hungry for something a little higher quality than most other local restaurants. We went for lunch the other day and Kyle gave us some great recommendations. We got calamari,...More