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- Open 7 Days
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- Drunken Fish is located on the 2nd floor of the large Westport building (gold tower), right above the Funny Bone.
Drunken Fish has 3 locations in St. Louis, one in the Central West End and one on Laclede's Landing (downtown St. Louis). There is also a location in Kansas City, Missouri.
- Seafood Restaurants, Restaurants, Sushi Bars, Cocktail Lounges, Asian Restaurants, Japanese Restaurants, Bars
I was staying at the Sheraton in Westport Plaza and stopped in this place Sunday night for a few rolls. I'm a bit leary of what I call ""Club Sushi"" style places..but I had no car to leave the plaza so if I wanted sushi, this was my option. I ordered the Fried Philly and Eskimo Roll (which had jalapenos on it, not really seeing the connection to an eskimo) and a California roll which seasoned sushi eaters as myself ... view moreWas this review helpful?Yes No|Flag AbuseReview provided by: Citysearch
Long story short, I will not eat here. I called ahead and made a reservation one evening requesting a table that was handicap accessible. I explained to the hostess that I had a physical disability. I get there on time for my reservation and the hostess takes me to a table that was not accessible at all. I explained to her again that I needed an accessible seat. She rolled her eyes at me and said, "well this is ... view moreWas this review helpful?Yes No|Flag Abuse
I thought the food was very good, but it was on the expensive side. The service was okay. What I really didn't like was the ambiance. We were first seated at a table that was dirty. We were then moved to a better table, but as we were waiting we couldn't help but notice the music was soo loud that we literally were shouting at eachother from across the table (and I love my music very loud, but this was obnoxious). W... view moreWas this review helpful?Yes No|Flag AbuseReview provided by: Citysearch
I've been to Drunken Fish a few times in Westport. The sushi has always been pretty good, but expensive. The service is what I find frustrating. They hurry you through the meal - there is no sitting there to relax and chat without the servers pushing you along. Also, their hot tea is $3.00. They bring you a TINY tea pot, and you practically have to beg to get more. I finally gave up and drank water after as... view moreWas this review helpful?Yes No|Flag AbuseReview provided by: Citysearch