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“Mystic Must Stop”
Review of Go Fish

Go Fish
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Ranked #18 of 102 Restaurants in Mystic
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $0 - $30
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Good for: Large groups
Dining options: Dinner, Late Night, Breakfast, Lunch, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Elegant
Cross street: Coogan Blvd & Clara Dr
Description: The Freshest Fish This Side of the Shoreline! Enjoy Mystic's best seafood any way you want it … raw or cooked. Dine on the freshest sushi and raw bar selections; carefully grilled, roasted, steamed, seared or Cajun-blackened fish; creative salads, pastas and stews; or beef and poultry entrees. Enjoy all of this in a visually eclectic sea of murals, mobiles, sculpture, paintings, blown glass, and neon by regional artists. Go Fish – a thoroughly fresh experience.
Reviewed December 8, 2013 via mobile

If you like Legal Seafoods you'll love Go Fish. Ventured into this contemporary seafood temple on a cold December night. Left full and fully satisfied. Local oysters and little necks were fresh and delicious. Tuna done perfectly. Tokyo nachos deserve best ever status. So do yourself a favor and visit this outstanding example of New England seafood cuisine.

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Reviewed November 11, 2013

This place is central in Mystic right in the village and has great food, even has a special sushi bar. We had the scallops and seafood pasta both were excellent.Sit in Casey's section if you can he is great and never stops. In fact he tells us he lost 30 pounds just in running around the place. and his service is excellent. You will see what I mean when you try the place.

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Thank Kathy K
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Reviewed November 1, 2013

This huge, modern open plan restaurant has a long wine list. We chose a bottle of La Crema Pinot Gris ($38) to accompany salmon with horseradish cream, beetroot relish, green beans and dauphinoise potatoes and baked haddock with broccoli, carrots and roast potatoes. The fish melted in the mouth and the vegetables were still wonderfully crisp. The four of us shared a pecan laced cookie and an apple crisp both with ice cream. Delicious meal. Good service. $200 with tip. Highly recommended.

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Thank 1212check
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Reviewed October 10, 2013 via mobile

This was the closest fish restaurant to our hotel according to our GPS. What a great find! Interesting menu, not badly priced and really delicious food.

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Thank sharronw
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Reviewed October 8, 2013

I ordered the salmon, which arrived looking like it was about to be photographed for some up-scale food magazine. Gorgeous! The potatoes were delicate and pleasing. The fried leeks were only a touch greasy, but added great crunch. Spinach was, well, spinach. But the pan-grilled salmon, a generous portion, may have had terrific crunch on the outside but for taste it may as well have been whitefish. I am told that this is a sign of farm-grown fish, which for reasons I can't recall now, are to be avoided. Bread came with a flavorful roasted garlic/olive spread. Service was friendly, fast, and classy. Prices were higher than I usually like to pay. Iced tea turned out to be that awful peach-flavored stuff Yankees insist on serving. I was told that they didn't carry peach-flavored tea, but it most certainly was.

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Thank CarolStrick
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