. Outstanding fried oysters and snapper salad. Sides were fresh and very tasty. Every thing was clean and neat. Super service!!
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A wonderful place to have some seafood appetizers and drinks for Happy Hour! Great friendly service and atmosphere!
My husband, a friend and i visited Mr Fish for lunch. We had fried oysters, cole law and fries. my friend ordered the special which consisted of Copia with a huge vegetable salad in an edible basket. All the meals were outstanding and very generous portions (we all left with doggy bags). The staff was very attentive and friendly. Would... More
Me and my wife had been there previously earlier this year and enjoyed the food and the service. This time we were disappointed that they did not have steak or lobster and the food was not as good or worth the expensive price.
My husband and I visited Mr. Fish for some seafood and got so much more. The service was phenomenal. From the moment we were greeted until the second we left, we felt special. The food was no disappointment either. My husband and I both ordered create-your-own platters with shrimp, calamari and crab balls. Our sides were collards and fried green... More
A friend found this mid-range fish house on the web and we decided to give it a try for an early dinner. I ordered the fried shrimp with coleslaw and fries. What is everyone so stingy with coleslaw? Cabbage is cheap. The coleslaw proton was small but it was good. The shrimp was good but I would have liked it... More
Was very busy when we went, but the line moved fast. Clean inside and the waitress was friendly and attentive. Scallops were very good as was the shrimp. Nothing real fancy, but portions were good and everything tasted great. Will return next time we are on vacation.
She crab soup was grainy and possibly separated, grouper bits would be good but were greasy, same with the fried green tomatoes but they were otherwise delicious. I was asked to move twice so that folks could get stools together. I got up rather than getting an after dinner drink because I felt crowded out. I then asked to order... More
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We will be visiting Myrtle Beach right after Thanksgiving and wondered if your restaurant will be open at that time?