4950 Belt Line Rd Ste 190, Addison, TX | Directions 7500132.954287 -96.839493
Sun 11am-2pm, 5:30pm-10pm
Overpriced seafood..AVOID – Went to restaurant t to celebrate after a gratuation.Impressed water came right away..never saw our waiter after that. It was about 8:45 PM on a Friday evening. Maybe 5 other tables with customers. We finially received our cold calamari which was chewy and sushi (delicious). After calling down another waiter to find ours our order was taken. The kids jumbo fried shrimp plate was overpriced but they seemed to enjoy it. My halibut was a special of the night and was tasteless, all the other fish plates ordered that evening were awful. Passed on the overpriced dessert, hunted our waiter down to pay the bill which was over $200.00, three kids, three adults. No wine ordered only one draft beer.
Great Place to dine for a romantic evenining – My husband and I were celebrating our annivesary we arrived the lady at the front counter was nice, her faced was covered with a smile, we need a seat for two, she seated us in the front of the restraunt, every waitor/waitress that passed by greated us with smiles, however we sat down for almost 15 minutes before we were asked what we would like to eat, however are glasses were constantly being filled with water, my husband asked who was suppose to take are order, they were surprised at the fact that we have not ordered yet so the manager came and apologized, the cook sent over free suchi and it was great my husband and I didnt mind the wait because we got a chance to have a lovable conversation, the champagne was great we ordered seafood lasagne it was great, although we had to wait for a few minutes my husband and I would go back, it was a friendly, romantic enviroment and customer service was good.
Do not waste your money and time – My boyfriend and I like to try different restaurant almost every day of the week(we do not have time to cook because of schedule conflict). We love seafood and like to hang out in Adision area. Go Fish sound interesting for us...we were excited when we were greet at the door. The restaurant wasnt too buzy on a Tuesday night. We sat at our table to for about 15 minutes and didnt even get a menu...We tried to not let other people ruin our fun so we decided not to get upset...There were a lot of waiters staring at us and didnt do anythign about it. Finally a waiter came and ask us "What can I do for you?"...he didnt even apologize about not giving us our menu...(other couple came in after us and got their mune were sitting right next to us)...15 minutes later he took our order. I ordered scallops and grill veggie...and my bf ordered grill salmon and steam veggie...My order came out wrong the scallops taste no better than tofu..it has no taste...and the salmon was over cooked...it taste like the left over from the day before....we cant get a hold of our waiter to complain because he dropped off our food and disappeared while other waiter just standing there watching the air....it was the worst service and food i've ever had. You will have a better food at a fast food restaurant....WE WILL NEVER AGAIN COME NEAR THIS RESTAURANT....
Less than mediocre food! – We dined at Go Fish last evening (9/7/07) and were looking forward to good seafood , based on several reviews we had read. Unfortunately Long John Silvers would have been a better choice. The waiter highly recommended the scallops and "asparagus" ?? risotto. The scallops were breaded in something undefinable and had absolutely no flavor. Ditto for the gummy risotto which did not appear to have any asparagus involved. We actually kept salting our food to try and develop any flavor at all.
I simply cannot imagine ANY food critic , with the wonderful choices of restaurants in Dallas , giving this restaurant a 2 star rating LET ALONE A 4 Star. In addition, we love wine and travel extensively so are pretty familiar with decent wines. It is always rather frustrating when you see wines on the list that sale at Tom Thumb for $11.99 marked up to $44+ dollars, frankly it is offensive to people's intelligence.
5 Star Rating – I heard good reviews about this restaurant so I decided to take my picky eating boyfriend to Go Fish for his birthday. For starters we ordered the calamari and it was to die for with the perfectly crispy & soft. Then he ordered the lobster tail which was fantastic and I got the salmon which was grilled perfectly. Then we shared their creme brulee it was so romantic. I absolutely recommend Go Fish!
No 'star' rating – Go Fish is a 'what' star restaurant...good grief it was storming, the wait staff out numbered the customers (3 couples) and we had to ask for water 4 times...asked to decant the wine and he poured a glass...'cold' cloths (it was in the 60's with the thunderstorm)...a chowder is "thick" theirs is runny. Crabcakes are seared in mayo base...a bit mushy.....Entree,,,,,not so good... lobster potato cold (and the lobster must have swam away, no taste) halibut firm but too cool on temp...asked 4 times for cocktail napkin to write on,,geez a little service please...and espresso should be served hot in a demi tasse, not a cold mug and luke warm...believe it or not. they actually asked us to fill out a comment card...silly peeps! Never to return..over priced and pathetic proper service for such a "star" rating
looks ain't everything – go fish has some of the freshest seafood in dallas, so it's a shame that everything we ordered was completely bland. lifeless crab cakes were served with an aioli that could only be described as "off white" flavor; even the accompanying microgreen salad was dry! sea bass in saffron broth, though jaundiced, tasted as if it was marinated in tap water. a jerk-seasoned snapper also seemed devoid of essence (the shiraz they recommended along side it would have overpowered it completely). in the end, go fish may be best described as all flash and no substance.
Execrable service, indifferent manager. – Passable food, terrible service. Went for my wife's birthday with reservation, given table next to the kitchen, when we objected, were seated in the bar and then ignored. Waitstaff was invisible. Waited over 45 minutes for entrees which were, by then, lukewarm. When we complained to the manager, were treated with indifference. We were so aggravated, we didn't leave a tip. Would never go back and would not recomend. There are many other good seafood restaurants in Dallas to choose from.
Great food – We went there for a special ocassion. Had to make reservations. The food is great. Like all reviewers say - fresh seafood and prompt service The ambience is so-so. Have seen much better ambience for the price range of food served.
Definitely a little expensive for the tiny portion they provide. They have a 2 for 1 coupon in the dallas entertainment guide, well worth the value!
Awesome Mahi Tacos! – too bad you can only get them at lunch! We love to eat in the back bar area or the great patio. Seafood is always fresh and they will actually cook it meduim rare when you ask for it! efnintly a great Friday/ Saturday scene after 9:00 in the back bar area. Patio is very well set up for great people watching!
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