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$20 - $45
American, Seafood, Healthy, Wine Bar
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Reviewed April 25, 2020 via mobile

Excellent take out option. During our lockdown, we took advantage of the lobster special. They were friendly, accommodating when needed, and gave us a pick up time. Lobster meal was amazing- no complaints. Onion rings had a pool of grease at the bottom of the...container- off putting to look at, but we placed them on a paper towel and problem solved. Obviously homemade, thin and crunchy. Scallops roll looked scrimpy. 5 scallops in a huge bun. Scallops eaten without bread- so delicious- and surprisingly full before all 5 were eaten. Looks can be deceiving! (Side note- tartar sauce comes on the roll) All in all great, will go back!More

Date of visit: April 2020
Reviewed April 17, 2020

Swordfish over risotto with mussels. Scallops and shrimp over risotto. Absolutely amazing. And the tiramisu is incredible. Even the lady fingers are homemade. If you like tiramisu, you must try this.

Date of visit: April 2020
Reviewed March 31, 2020 via mobile

I MISS THIS RESTAURANT WHILE ON COVID LOCKDOWN. So it’s time to write a review. I have never had a bad meal or experience here and have been a regular customer for 15 years. There are times when the menu is more interesting to my...personal palate than others but I’m appreciative that they switch it up. Favs: fish stew, oysters (oh my!), ahi tuna app (whatever they do), fried whole belly clams once a year to die for (literally and figuratively lol) so many others. It’s not cheap but you get what you pay for. Thank you for all the great meals!More

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed March 1, 2020

There were six of us at dinner tonight; we are neighbors who have been enjoying dinner at this place since the "old days" when it was called Coral Sea. We have never - never - had a bad meal here! Foods are always fresh, beautifully...arrayed, and specializing in unique flavors and vegetable pairings that flatter the heart of the meal - the fish.More

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed February 18, 2020

We had a family dinner at Fish. Each of us ordered different entrees including lobster, fried clams and a steak. All were very good. The room was nice and modern. The waitstaff was helpful. Will definitely return.

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed February 17, 2020

Nice ambiance, good selection of healthy choices and oysters. Prices are a little high for the actual tasting quality of the food. Drink selection was a little brief as well. Server was knowledgeable of choices, but seemed bored with his servicing. Some tables are quite...tight for a booth, but reservations were not a problem for a Saturday evening. Wine bar had entertainment, which was nice to listen to while dining.More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed February 16, 2020

We have been here many times over the years and have found it to be a hit or miss proposition. Last night was a miss. We started with the Rhode Island Style Calamari: This was very tasty, but had a lot more chorizo and peppers...than it did calamari. In the past Fish gave us a larger portion that had more calamari. The waiter needed to be reminded to bring us bread. The bread is a very good focaccia. They apparently have a new chef and he is not as flexible as their former chef. My wife wanted to order the fried seafood platter, but have it prepared as baked (except for the clams) rather than fried. She's been ordering it this way for years and they have always accommodated her. Last night the chef sent our waiter out saying he was too busy. She ended up ordering the Seafood Trio (that cost $20 more than the platter). It wasn't that good. The lobster was too fried (supposed to be "tempura lobster") and was a bit tough. Wasn't worth the additional money for sure. The manager did give us a creme brûlée dessert, but that didn't really make up for it. I had the prosciutto wrapped swordfish - it was ok, but the swordfish was a bit too dry. The waiter didn't come back to check on how our meal was until we had finished eating. I think we won't be back to Fish. I can eat a Legal Seafood for the same money and have greater consistency.More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed January 31, 2020

A beautiful and tranquil atmosphere, the excitement of a new Executive Chef, the integration of creative new dishes during the construction of the new menu, and impeccable service makes Fish Restaurant & Wine Bar one of my absolute places to dine. Fish is a constantly...evolving business that is owned by Jessica Sewall, who is both an incredible mother, and entrepreneur. I will fully admit I am far from a “foodie” but with my ever growing circle of chef friends and acquaintances expanding over the years my appreciation for both culinary artistry, and the mechanics of how the restaurant industry is run has vastly deepened. Fish has recently acquired a new Executive Chef Christopher Anthony Bairos (who was the 2016 Winner Of Worcester’s Best Chef), as well as some other new amazing additions to the staff who ALWAYS make me feel welcomed. As with anything that is new, there are necessary growing pains. One of the things I so deeply admire about both the restaurant and the team they are building there is their commitment to learn, grow, and elevate as individuals, a team, and a business. With a new year upon us I strongly encourage people to be a bit more patient, and perhaps a little less quick to judge when it comes to their interactions or experiences. Not one of us embodies or executes perfection every single day, and personally I think those perfect imperfections are how we grow. From my observations and interactions I witness Jessica’s hard work and tenacity woven into every part of her day. Her ability to “own” her actions and the actions of her team are what enhance my respect for her as a person and a business owner. The beautiful warm fireplace on a winters day, $1 Buck-A-Shuck (Mon-Sat 3-6 in the bar & all day Sunday), and melodic live jazz music on Saturday’s makes supporting this local business an absolute pleasure every time I visit. If you are looking for a sensational culinary experience, exquisite atmosphere, and a customer experience that far exceeds expectations then I strongly encourage you to go down to Fish and let Jessica and her entire team share their passions with you.More

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed January 15, 2020

My wife and I visited Fish Restaurant and we continue to be impressed with the quality of the food and the impeccable service. We both ordered Clam Chowder (with bacon) as an appetizer, Filet Mignon as our entree (served with whipped potatoes broccoli and, port...demi-glace, and Chocolate Mousse Cake (with chocolate flakes, berry sauce & chocolate sauce) for dessert.. Overall, an excellent meal, second to none. The wait staff was very friendly and efficient serving our food courses in a timely manner and also refilling our drinks. Our hats go off to the chef and the rest of the Fish Restaurant for a job well done.More

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed January 9, 2020 via mobile

Ambience 8 of 10 Food 8 of 10 Service 7 of 10 Family visit of 6 adults and 4 adolescences ages 8-13 Price $$$ of $$$$ Visited Thursday after Christmas at 6:00 PM. We all were seated at one nicely set table. Everyone appeared to...enjoy their meals that ran from lobster to fish & chips to oysters to macaroni and cheese for the youngsters although they each sampled off the adult plates. Wait staff was cordial but a bit out of sync although the restaurant was only half full with only one other large party of about 8. When questioned, the staff responded well and quickly. We left a 20% tip. I would go back with a large party again, but perhaps an hour or two earlier than 6 pm. As a couple, we have been to Fish on Sundays for very good oysters and wine. -30-More

Date of visit: December 2019
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