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Fish

843-722-3474  •  $$$
ADDRESS: 442 King St, Charleston, SC 29403

CUISINE: Asian Fusion, Contemporary, Dim Sum, Seafood, Farm to Table, Asian, French, Lobster

FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Kid Friendly, Patio Seating, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly

DETAILS

Large plates from Chef Nico Romo at Fish can include Vermillion snapper, tofu steak, pancetta-wrapped chicken, and bouillabaisse.

Full bar. Serving lunch Mon-Fri, dinner Mon-Sat. Closed Sun. From the restaurant's website:
"Fish Restaurant showcases the finest local, sustainable ingredients with an always-changing menu and a French-Asian flair. Executive chef Nico Romo, the youngest chef to ever earn the distinction of Master Chef of France, blends his skills at creating classic French fare with a zesty Asian-inspired artisan touch, resulting in fresh and flavorful dishes that engage and inspire."

"Little plates of dim sum feature creative twists on frog legs and fried tofu. At dinner, start with a steamed artichoke for the table before digging into entrees of fresh local fish, "bacon pork loin," or an Asian-infused bouillabaisse."
- Jeff Allen, Charleston City Paper

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Large plates from Chef Nico Romo at Fish can include Vermillion snapper, tofu steak, pancetta-wrapped chicken, and bouillabaisse.






 
From the restaurant's website:
"Fish Restaurant showcases the finest local, sustainable ingredients with an always-changing menu and a French-Asian flair. Executive chef Nico Romo, the youngest chef to ever earn the distinction of Master Chef of France, blends his skills at creating classic French fare with a zesty Asian-inspired artisan touch, resulting in fresh and flavorful dishes that engage and inspire."

"Little plates of dim sum feature creative twists on frog legs and fried tofu. At dinner, start with a steamed artichoke for the table before digging into entrees of fresh local fish, "bacon pork loin," or an Asian-infused bouillabaisse."
- Jeff Allen, Charleston City Paper

ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Full bar. Serving lunch Mon-Fri, dinner Mon-Sat. Closed Sun.

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