When you visit Cafe Fish, you will be presented with a menu. Order a drink and ignore the menu. The owner will then come and describe the food in detail. Unless it would cause a serious allergy, eat what he tells you to eat, with the caveat that you squeeze in some chowder somewhere.
Unless, of course, you want a jus-u-like 3 courses of slight variations on what everyone else is serving. If that's what you want, you'll be disappointed.
The food is great, fresh seafood with a good wine selection and fantastic desserts. Higher end of the price bracket, but measures up. Would come again.
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