Went there many times in 1980s and they were expensive but had very good seafood. Just went to it last night and my wife and I were terribly disappointed. Food extremely expensive, unimpressively tasteless, and very small portions. Pretty sure we will not be going there anymore when we visit Stanford in the future. duringWas this review helpful?Yes No|Flag Abuse
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- Founded in 1976, The Fish Market is a chain of nearly eight seafood restaurants in California and Arizona. The restaurant outlets each feature a bar and lounge area, full-service oyster bar with counter seating, retail seafood market and signature mesquite wood broilers. The restaurant serves shellfish specialties, chowders and cioppino, seafood cocktails, smoked fish and pasta appetizers, as well as salads and sandwiches. Its signature items include made-from-scratch au gratin potatoes and cheesy garlic bread. The Fish Market has banquet facilities at all locations for groups of up to 45 people for various occasions, such as birthdays, office parties and graduation celebrations. With a location in Palo Alto, Calif., the restaurant chain operates a fishery and fishing boat and has a partnership in an oyster farm.
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The Fish Market made me love seafood! I've never been a big fish person, but their dijon tilapia with mango salsa was the first thing I ever tried, and it's amazing! I've since branched out to teriyaki mahi mahi, dover sole with an AMAZING buerre blanc sauce... my husband could live on the cioppino, and my son loves getting fish and chips. I usually skip dessert; it's not their strong suit, but the entrees (and thei... view moreWas this review helpful?Yes No|Flag Abuse