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The Fish Express

The Fish Express
... the simple local eats, and the Fish Express(conveniently located across the street from Walmart) the perfect Kauai-style deli for those looking for seafood and poke. The Fish Express is a deli-style store that serves up special fish plates and local favorites like every “flavor” of poke, pipikaula and seafood salad. I sampled a little bit of a lot: lobster salad, limu poke, spam musubi, macadamia nut crusted ahi and garlic and herb opakapaka, just to name a few. There were also bentos, fish...
June 9th, 2010 | byun | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: deli, featuredarticle, Kauai, seafood

Restaurant Review: The Purty Kitchen in Dublin

Restaurant Review: The Purty Kitchen in Dublin
... accommodate groups without a reservation, and the food is hearty, affordable, and nourishing. The first time I ate at Purty Kitchen I opted for the seafood chowder, a rich dish chock full of fish and served with lrish brown bread. For main course I chose the mussels, served in a large fragrant pot with a sauce of tomatoes, garlic, and parsley. On my 2nd trip I opted for one of the daily specials, black sole served with traditional potatoes and roasted vegetables. Each time I walk through the doors...
June 7th, 2010 | Jessica Colley | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: restaurant, seafood

Sumptuous Seafood at Sydney Cove Oyster Bar

Sumptuous Seafood at Sydney Cove Oyster Bar
Circular Quay is a treasure trove of restaurants, so when I’m in the area I always like to try somewhere new. My craving for good seafood last night saw me making a stop at Sydney Cove Oyster Bar. While the entrees looked delicious, sadly my husband and I were running a little short on time. We settled on our mains and wine by the glass and soaked up the atmosphere while waiting for our meals. The Oyster Bar is big on that. I rarely dine alfresco, put off as I am by the smokers that tend to abound,...
April 7th, 2010 | Lauren Katulka | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: food and dining, Restaurants, seafood

Sumptuous Seafood at Ice Cube

Sumptuous Seafood at Ice Cube
... While I’ve had some lovely meals in the city, most times I’m in Darling Harbour it seems I head for Ice Cube. It might sound cruel to visit a seafood restaurant after a morning spent at the aquarium, but when the experience is this good it’s hard to resist. Ice Cube strikes that difficult balance between good value and luxury. There are cheaper places, and ones that offer a more opulent experience, but few seem to marry the two quite as easily. The experience starts from the moment you walk...
February 8th, 2010 | Lauren Katulka | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: dining, featuredarticle, Restaurants, seafood

Attention Foodies: Newport Beach Restaurant Week is Coming

Attention Foodies: Newport Beach Restaurant Week is Coming
... based on the participating restaurant list: 21 Oceanfront (map) – Dinner $35 2100 West Oceanfront, Newport Beach (949) 673-2100 Amazing seafood.  Amazing view.  A favorite of mine. Back Bay Bistro (map) – Lunch $15, Dinner $25 1131 Back Bay Drive, Newport Beach (949) 729-1144 On the Back Bay in the classy Newport Dunes Resort. Avila’s El Ranchito – Lunch $15, Dinner $25 11 locations across Los Angeles and Orange County, and the location participating in restaurant week...
January 7th, 2010 | Abbie Mood | Read More | Comments: 1
Filed under: featuredarticle, Newport Beach restaurant week, Restaurants, seafood

Australia’s Best Fish and Chips at Blue Fish

Australia’s Best Fish and Chips at Blue Fish
... on delicious garlic bread prepared on organic sourdough and sipped a few early drinks. We used the time to peruse the menu, which offered plenty for seafood lovers and a few choice meat selections. My husband’s not normally a seafood fan, but he couldn’t resist the prawn and salmon tortelli with its wasabi butter sauce. I stuck with the fish and chips, determined to see what the fuss was all about. Our friends quickly decided on fisherman’s baskets, and we were ready to order. Service was...
December 14th, 2009 | Lauren Katulka | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: dining, restaurant, seafood

Fill that belly at Hawaii’s Fishing and Seafood Festival this Sunday

Fill that belly at Hawaii’s Fishing and Seafood Festival this Sunday
... information on the best kid-friendly events happening around the islands.  Don’t miss the fun! Sunday, October 11: Hawaii Fishing and seafood Festival – Many keiki love to go fishing, visit the island’s many fish markets, or try local seafood.  That’s why this Sunday there will be a special day honoring Hawaii’s yummy fish and seafood!  From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Pier 38, there will be plenty of food to taste and fish and seafood to learn about.  This festival is...
October 8th, 2009 | byun | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: festival, fish, Food & Beverage, Hawaii, honolulu, pier 38, seafood

It’s September in the South

... credit: Fall leaves, flickr, creative commons ingridtaylar Tags: Don't Miss This, Festivals, Fairs, and Events, Gotta Do This, seafood, Southern Food, Southern-Byways, Things to See in the South ...
September 1st, 2009 | Apryl Chapman Thomas | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: Don't Miss This, Festivals, Fairs, and Events, Gotta Do This, seafood, Southern Food, Southern-Byways, Things to See in the South

100 Days of Summer: Scallop Hunting

... Landing Resort. (top right) Scalloping; (middle left) View of Steinhatchee River Tags: eco-tourism, Get Out, Get Outdoors, Gotta Do This, seafood, Southern-Byways, Things to See in Florida ...
August 18th, 2009 | Apryl Chapman Thomas | Read More | Comments: 2
Filed under: eco-tourism, Get Out, Get Outdoors, Gotta Do This, seafood, Southern-Byways, Things to See in Florida

Seafood Tasting with a View to the Sea

... enough to splurge at the Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel’s fancy Restaurant 162′, now Chef de Cuisine John Garcia has created a sublime seafood Tasting Menu. Restaurant 162 Every Friday night, the restaurant presents a weekly changing four-course menu that incorporates seasonal seafood and regional fish. The price per person is $65 (not including tax and gratuity), a bargain when you consider the surroundings and the quality. Chef Garcia has risen in the culinary ranks as an apprentice at...
July 25th, 2009 | M. L. Johnson | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: elegant dining, ocean view, Restaurants & Bars, ritz-carlton, seafood, tasting menu

Sublime Seafood at Sepia

seafood giant George Costi, the head of De Costi seafoods, has opened a brand new restaurant in Sydney. It’s called Sepia, and you might imagine there’s plenty of the sea’s greatest jewels on offer. The menu includes an array of tempting marine fodder, such as spanner crab and buckwheat risotto, confit of ocean trout with braised chestnut mushrooms, and oysters by the dozen. Chef Martin Benn is a student of the acclaimed Tetsuya Wakuda, so as you’d expect, he knows his stuff. He also...
May 6th, 2009 | Lauren Katulka | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: Food & Beverage, Restaurants & Bars, seafood, sepia

Tales from the Road…Back at the Beach and Eating Well

... peas in balsamic vinaigrette served with saltine crackers. And trust me, it’s good. Some other appetizer options include Lulu’s Famous seafood Gumbo ($4.25/cup; $6.25/bowl), Fried Green Tomatoes ($6.95) and Peel & Eat Shrimp ($13.95/half pound; $18.95/pound). With all of the great options for dinner (so much sounded good), I opted for the blackened Shrimp Loaf ($10.95).  Since I was on a budget, I decided not to partake in dessert, but will admit that Krispy Kreme unChristmas Bread...
May 5th, 2009 | Apryl Chapman Thomas | Read More | Comments: 2
Filed under: Restaurants & Bars, road trip, seafood, Southern Food, Southern-Byways, Things to See in Alabama, Travelogues, vacation

Tales from the Road: Visiting Historic St. Andrews

... parking my car in the free, public parking lot across from the marina, it was time to explore. St. Andrews is filled with quaint shops, seafood restaurants, the above-mentioned marina and a park with some interesting features (more on that later.) And that best part is that all of this is within one or two blocks of each other, making it a great place to get out and walk. Take it from me, it’s worth taking a couple of hours out of your beach trip to visit St. Andrews next time you happen...
April 21st, 2009 | Apryl Chapman Thomas | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: Florida Panhandle, Hidden Gems, outdoors, seafood, Southern-Byways, Things to See in Florida, Travelogues, vacation, Weekend Trip

Dine on Local Delicacies at Jakes Piano Lounge and Steak House

... Sauvignon “Circus” for $16. We found all the prices very reasonable for both food and beverages. The menu is varied,everything from seafood to steaks, salads and an array of delicious appetizers and desserts prepared by chef Javier from Mazatlan. While we dined, we were entertained by the pleasant piano music played by Joe, a pianist who has played all around South East Asia and Dubai. It’s a pleasant atmosphere with tasteful decor and furnishings. All around the walls are...
April 12th, 2009 | thevancouverguide | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: beer, cocktails, Restaurants & Bars, salads, seafood, steaks, wine

Tales from the Road…Ending the Trip with Seafood at the Original Oyster House

... the Causeway (their other location is in Gulf Shores), overlooking Mobile Bay, Original Oyster House is just one of those fun, easy-going, casual seafood restaurants that you tend to associate with coastal areas. As for the menu, for starters I recommend  trying the Ya-Ya Shrimp ($8.50), which is great if you like a little kick.  Of course, you can’t go wrong with oysters on the half shell ($7.95/half dozen; $9.95/dozen). There’s also steamed shrimp ($10.50), mid-Bay blackened...
February 18th, 2009 | Apryl Chapman Thomas | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: Restaurants & Bars, seafood, Southern Food, Southern-Byways, Things to See in Alabama, Travelogues, vacation, Weekend Trip

Tales from the Road…Oysters (and More) at Wintzell’s Oyster House in Mobile, Ala.

So, it’s a rainy night in Mobile, Ala., but you know something that will make it less gloomy outside? seafood, or more specifically, oysters. Yes, that’s right oysters and just not any oysters, but the ones at Wintzell’s Oyster House.   Tonight I learned why it’s listed in the top “100 Places to Eat in Alabama Before You Die” campaign. Fried, raw, steamed. Monterey, Bienville -well, you get the idea. These are just some of the ways you can order oysters....
February 13th, 2009 | Apryl Chapman Thomas | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: Restaurants & Bars, road trip, seafood, Southern-Byways, Things to See in Alabama, Travelogues, vacation, Weekend Trip