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Red Fish, Blue Fish - Near Mallory Square
OK, I'll admit it. The only reason why we went to Red Fish, Blue Fish was because we had a coupon for free Key lime pie. After an evening of watching the sunset and shenanigans at Mallory Square, Red Fish, Blue Fish was a convenient stopping point for libations and sustenance.
We sat at the bar and had a few Yuenglings and water to quench our thirst. For an appetizer, we decided to try the conch ceviche ($10), mainly because we've had conch fritters, but we didn't really know what conch tasted like. You know those chewy pieces of the conch fritter? That's what conch tastes like: chewy.
For our meals we had mahi mahi tacos ($very expensive at $18) and a shrimp po'boy ($11). The food was good, and the portions plentiful. Service was OK, but not spectacular, despite a relatively quiet bar. The Key lime pie was really tasty and recommended!
I guess this is a good choice if you happen to be in the area.
Red Fish Blue Fish: New Seafood Place - Red Fish Blue Fish
Very clean and the decor was neat. Next to my table was an aquarium full of neon-glowing fish. Waiter was very nice and funny. Food is always superb.
Favorite Dish: Fish'n'chips
House salad (they make thier own croutons which are awesome)
Red Fish, Blue Fish: How about a lobster omelette for breakfast?
When we were in Key West, Red Fish Blue Fish had just opened, maybe five days earlier. They were still working out the kinks a little, with regard to running the restaurant itself.
That being said, RFBF had an interesting and varied menu, with a lot of interesting twists on preparation, especially for their seafood dishes.
The thing that struck my mind was the ultimate lobster omelette that they featured for late breakfast eaters. A lobster omelette might be JUST the thing to get you rolling early in the morning...or at least early by Key West standards, say 10:45 am. Maybe add a pot of good coffee.
Favorite Dish: Hey, we just did some afternoon appetizer sampling and it was all fine and dandy. Boiled shrimp, crabcakes...the standards.
Again, I might have to try the lobster omelette some morning. They mentioned something about it being seasoned with champagne in some form or fashion. Sounds like a step above an Egg McMuffin or Denny's Grand Slam, doesn't it?
Red fish blue Fish: Try the Jambalaya
I had the best jamblaya there, loads of shrimp and suasage. The service was excellent and we loved the atmosphere, old building with lots of vines.
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