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PostPosted: Wed Sep 14, 2011 9:37 pm 
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In case anyone is interest this is the website URL.

http://www.mrfish.com/


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 28, 2011 1:42 pm 
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We ate Mr. Fish last week and thought it was great. The food was excellent, and so was the service. This will go on our "must do" list for next year.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 12:22 pm 
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We drove past this place for almost two weeks, and there was always a group of people waiting to get in for dinner. After seeing the lines and reading Patrish’s post on the Southern Living article, I kept telling my wife we needed to try it, but never quite made it.
Finally, while running to the store one day to pick up a few things, I stopped in for lunch and was glad I did. Started with a cup (big cup) of the she crab soup …. very good . Having just had the she crab soup at the Flamingo Grill the night before, this in comparison was much thicker and a bit more spicy, much better.
Followed the soup with the flounder platter with hush puppies and coleslaw. Enjoyed the flounder, which was fresh and more than enough for lunch. Hush puppies were good. Service was excellent, found everyone to be very friendly. Cup of she crab soup was $5 and the flounder platter was $9.
Intended to go back for dinner with my better half, but there is so little time and so many restaurants.
(Don’t know what happened to the photo, but that second piece of fish wasn’t black)

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2012 12:41 pm 
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Have been here twice, it will be come a regular stop.
In my group we had:
Ceviche: Shared by all and delicious (a little spicy so if that's not your thing...dont order it)
Sushi: Large portions, fresh and good
Shrimp & Grits: Appetizer portion, creamy and very tasty
Fried Calamari: Excellent (my friend cant get it at home and has ordered this every night: Mr Fish was the best of the week)
Fish Sandwich: Looked good, friend loved it
She Crab Soup: Well seasoned, thick and tasty


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 8:23 am 
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We ate at the new Mr. Fish location which is north of their old one. Same great food in a much, much larger space. Aaron had calamari & shrimp combo, Sarah had sushi, Kay fried oysters and blackened bay scallops combo and I had a combo of fried shrimp and fried bay scallops. Total without tip $69.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 10:16 am 
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Thanks for the update, Ms. Kitty. We always eat at Mr. Fish a couple of times during our week in MB, and the new location is much closer to the condo where we stay.

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I made a post on my blog a week or so ago about Mr Fish.

They were chosen for the best fish sandwich in the US by the editors of Restaurant Hospitality News, there were 12 catorgories total.

It was a Black n Bleu Tuna consisting of:
An 8-ounce fresh, seasoned tuna steak cooked to the preferred temperature of the customer, topped with melted bleu cheese and house-made remoulade, as well as house-made blackberry wasabi sauce. It’s served on a fresh roll with spinach, tomato and lemon.

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Great to hear Mr Fish still going strong in their new digs :nanner: So many times I have seen establishments expand, only to lose their personal touch.

Exciting that Mr Fish receives national accolades, and that sandwich sounds tasty... Perhaps a visit from Guy Fieri is in order ? I'm not sure I could taste any fish underneath all those toppings. Will have to try it and report back. Tough job, but someone's gotta do it :sunny:

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 21, 2014 11:05 am 
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Mr. Fish
6401 North Kings Hwy.
http://www.mrfish.com
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Good choice! Our son, DIL and grandson Kenan were visiting from NC. We chose this restaurant due to the fair prices and good reviews.

They brought a basket of hush puppies to the table and they were quite good!

Service was good, and so was the food. I like my fries on the crispy side, and these were too oily and sort of wilted, as you can see in photo #2.
If you picked up one in the middle with your finger and thumb, it would form an upside-down U.) I would order a different side next time.

Mr. Fish offers a good value for the money and it's an excellent choice if you have a
big family and want to enjoy good fresh fish without breaking your budget.

One of us wanted a hamburger! It was good-sized, and would probably have tasted better with more than just catsup…but that's what Kenan likes! $8.

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The Combos came with a choice of 2 sides $16., and more sides for an additional $2. (View side options including fish choices on website) I ordered the
2 item combo - $16. I had 14-15 shrimp and 4 large scallops:

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Wally also ordered the $16. 2 item Combo….Flounder and Scallops.

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Mike enjoyed the 3-item Combo $18. (Calamari, Tilapia and Shrimp) and Amy ordered a shrimp plate $10. (No photo of the shrimp)

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 21, 2014 5:44 pm 
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LOL...When our Ryan was younger he used to order his burgers the same way Patrish....A little burger and ALOT of ketchup.

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I am embarrassed to say this, but I eat my hamburgers the exact same way! :oops: Occasionally I will add some lettuce, but I usually just go with a big mound of ketchup. My family makes fun of me all the time. But since I do not like yellow cheeses, mustard, raw tomato, raw onions, mayo or pickles, I am left with a patty decorated in red!

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LOL, Deanna and Zach! I know about picky eaters...I married one. Son Mike (Kenan's dad) on the other hand will eat absolutely anything you put in front of him. Go figure!

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 09, 2014 7:47 am 
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Just noticed this comment about fries, which is pretty common:

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I like my fries on the crispy side, and these were too oily and sort of wilted, as you can see in photo #2. If you picked up one in the middle with your finger and thumb, it would form an upside-down U.)


The club where we keep our boat just got a new chef after they remodeled the kitchen. Now their fries are all wilty.... I complained to the barkeep and she said "They'll double-fry them for you, just ask". So... that means he intentionally serves them this way ? :BandHead: Fortunately his other menu items are not cooked similarly.

Does anyone really like wilted fries ? Geez...... when I make them at home in the deep fryer, I always add an extra 30 seconds of sizzle :lol:

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Well, there you go, Kirk! Your Myrtle Beach retirement job is awaiting your arrival! :cool:

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Senior Fry-Daddy at Mr Fish !!!!! I'm packing my bags ! :nanner: :nanner: :nanner: :nanner:

But I'm not a one-trick pony in the kitchen..... I also fry a mean batch of chicken wings ! I don't recall worrying about any of the other food groups.... :mrgreen:

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