Restaurants, Seafood West Village
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An anomaly on a tourist-trap street, this small, nautically decorated restaurant delivers what it promises. The menu offers Cajun dishes (po’boys, blackened catfish) and a robust rotation of specials. There were a few misses—crab claws were bland—but steamers, lobsters and $2 oysters (especially the Japanese varieties) are reliably good. Finish with a slice of key lime pie.


Venue name: Fish
Address: 280 Bleecker St
New York
Cross street: at Jones St
Opening hours: Mon–Thu, Sun noon–midnight; Fri, Sat noon–1am
Transport: Subway: A, C, E, B, D, F, V to W 4th St; 1 to Christopher St–Sheridan Sq
Price: Average main course: $18. AmEx, Disc, MC, V
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Dinner With Tayo

One of the best seafood spot I’ve been too in the city and I’ve been to a number of places. This wasn’t the original place I wanted to go out to eat but I’m glad I came here. The wait for a table was definitely worth it even though I was being very impatient.

It’s definitely a small venue so don’t go there with a large party thinking you’ll have a party or so. The menu is on the pricey side but then again seafoods not cheap at all.

I ordered the Pan Roasted Red Snapper with BBQ Shrimp and Cheese Grits. The food presentation was put together very nicely. The Red snapper was very tasty, not over cooked but was made to perfection. The Cheese Grits complimented the red snapper. I’m not sure if the BBQ for the shrimp is your typical BBQ Sauce but it had a different taste to it, it’s on the heavy side of flavor. If you are big on flavor like me then it’s perfect for you.

Overall I’m coming back here again to try more dishes on the menu like the lobster mac & cheese!! Great experience, Remember small venue, good for drinks and crabs and good options on seafood.

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