I'm with tallan1 on Neil's. I used to
frequent this business for the halibut and chips but the last year or so the menu has gone downhill.
My girlfriend and I went there last night and I have to say I was honestly afraid to eat my fish tacos. My girlfriend asked for the swai and it was still frozen so she ordered the overpriced parmesan halibut only to get a piece of plastic on her fish and a hard rubbery microwaved pile of crap.
I am starting to realize more and more why the one in Cottonwood changed their name to Summerhays instead of Neils. For 2 fish tacos and halibut it came to $22.00. I could've gone across the street to GoodWood and gotten a real meal.
I am sorry Neil but your place has gone down hill.
I ordered the Halibut, I went and got my drink and went back up to the counter and there was no Halibut on the grill, then I heard a ding, I thought REALY, you microwaved my Halibut, he pulled it out of the microwave and dumped it out of a bowl onto the plate. It was the worst tasting Halibut I have ever taste. and the price was way over priced, over $15 for a MICROWAVED FISH. I will never go back
Go to Market Street pay $20.00 for fish & Chips
Go To Neil's Halibut & Seafood in Draper pay $12.00 for just as good or better Halibut. Think about it, there is only one type of Halibut in the world. Neil's & Market street buy there halibut from same National Sellers why pay more. What about Artic circle halibut? why the price differnce. Processed fish. It's not a true fresh Halibut. It's a processed formed, molded peice of fish. That's why I buy Neil's Fresh Halibut. In Draper. There is another restaurant out there trying to be Neil's in Draper. Don't go there. Fish is smaller Pc, fries aren't battered tarter just isn't like Neil's Halibut & Seafood In Draper
Nothing fancy but good food. I got takeout, so did not experience the dining room. The grilled halibut sandwich was good. Nothing fancy. Lettuce and tomatoes were fresh, and halibut had good flavor. If you crave seafood without going to a steakhouse, this is the place.
Great Seafood done fast.. Whenever I get the craving for fish, Neil's is where I go. Their signature item is the battered halibut but even the less expensive Tilapia is very high quality. If you don't want deep fried fish they have chicken, grilled fish, sandwiches and great grilled fish tacos. My only complaints would be the lack of true engish chips and the dinning room could use some more comfortable seating. This is one of my favorite lunch stops in the Draper area.