Recommended by our hotel, Mr. Fish was an interesting dinner destination. Colorful walls adorned by local artwork set the scene and local seafood set the menu. I started with a dozen oysters, cold, fresh, salty, delicious and quite reasonably priced. My husband had the She Crab Soup which was creamy with lots of sweet crabmeat, but could have been a bit hotter (stove hot). For the main attraction I enjoyed the Shrimp ‘n Grits appetizer (the entrée would have been more than I could have enjoyed after the oysters). The shrimp were tender and the grits cheesy with a dab of “low country sauce” made from sausage, peppers, and onions. My husband’s Boom Boom shrimp tacos were very tasty but not very spicy. Then there were the desserts. Clearly there was no room left after the meal, but the coconut grits pie was far too intriguing to pass on entirely so the to-go box came into play. YUM!! 2 layers of deliciousness with the bottom layer consisting of shredded coconut and grits (tasted like a coconut custard pie) and the top layer was like a coconut cream pie – best of both worlds. There was also a pecan grits pie -- but we didn’t go there. PS – they also have a sushi bar and a seafood market, but we didn’t try either.
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