Welcome to Fishbone's Rhythm Kitchen Cafe and step into a dining and entertainment experience like no other. Created in the historic
Greektown district of downtown Detroit, this expanding restaurant chain has captured the fine dining and festive atmosphere of the New Orleans French Quarter and delivered it to the Midwest with a twist.
Fishbone's is a "hot spot" for locals and visitors alike. This upscale seafood, steak and sushi house boasts an extensive menu of Creole and classic American fare, including prime steaks and chops, fresh fish, pastas and daily specials. …
Not so good ribs.
Stopped in to Fishbone's last Monday with an old friend for a bite to eat and a drink.
Drinks were excellent; crab cakes were also excellent and so was the soup of the day.
Our mistake was to order further. I ordered the fish and my friend the ribs...well, both were completely tasteless. The ribs tasted as if someone had boiled them and then covered them with sauce. There was absolutely no taste to the meat!
The Waleye was tasteless except for the scant coating on top.
We had to order additional drinks to wash away the complete disappointment of an otherwise boring, unsatisfying meal.
I know it was a Monday evening but that's no reason to slack off on the ribs!!!!!
Shame on the chef!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Cool jazz and Cajun spice bring the French Quarter to the Motor City..
The sound of jazz resonates as the smell of Cajun spices seduces incoming diners. The food is straight out of the French Quarter, as catfish atchafalaya, snapper beausoleil, alligator voodoo and Bayou caviar bring Louisiana flavor to Michigan. Fishbone's uses a milder, more flavorful blend of spices and herbs during the blackening process, but hot sauces are available to please those in search of heat.
Sometimes Out Of Rhythm. I have had good meals here but the food sometimes misses a beat. The etouffee I've had three times now. The first was very good, the second and third were not so good. Not sure if I'll try it again. Service is average.
Fantastic Brunch. There brunch is the best in the metro area for southern style food. Most (if not all) menu items can be tried at this time, and the food is served fresh, hot and delicious. It's my #1 pick for brunch and the dessert table is huge and not lacking like most brunches. I reccommend it to all who love southern, Louisiana-styled food. Especially for those who have never been to the restaurant before.
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