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Posted by Ed S. on 04/13/2012
My wife and our boys had dinner at Atlantic Fish during our recent trip to Boston. OUTSTANDING !!!! From the New Bedford Scallops to my wife's Shrimp and Scallop risotto and my older sons surf and turf, the meal was fantastic. Our younger son even enjoyed his burger and fries. Much more upscale than family restaraunts, which is always a consideration/concern when traveling with the kids, but they made my boys feel very at home. The clam chowder in a bread bowl appetizer was the best we have ever had.Lenny, our server was excellent. Atlantic Fish will be a must every time we visit Boston. Can't wait to go back.
Posted by Adam on 10/31/2011
On a trip to Boston we decided to push the boat out on our last night and booked at the AFC, what a great choice. Decided to have a 1/2 dozen oysters as a starter, they were so good we ordered another round. The wife says she has never had such fresh salad, lobster was perfect and plentiful in my Linguini which had a cheeky little kick to it. Great evening
Posted by Anonymous on 04/29/2009
Absolutely a great place to eat! Went here for our anniversary dinner before the Boston marathon and had a fantatic meal. Crab cakes are amazing and the fresh atlantic halibut was wonderful. The service and waiter were great and attentive and the anniversary chocolate cake they served us was out of this world. The location is great, a bit noisy (becuase it is so popular) and a bit pricey but not bad compared the rest of the meals we had over the week (and the food was much better). A must do if visiting Boston!
Posted by Anonymous on 05/10/2008
I went here for my birthday and without exaggeration, it was the best meal i've had in a very, very, long time. The lobster ravioli i had for an appetizer was perfect, my main dish (it was fish - salmon, i think, it was a while ago) was perfect and oh, the hot chocolate with kahlua! Our waiter was attentive (and cute!) and the kitchen accomodated all our requests. My minor criticism was the romain lettuce in the caesar salad was a little too yellow, and they left in some of the hard parts closest to the center of the head. Also, the room was a bit noisy when we first got there (around 9 pm), but it did quiet down, so still a good date place. Otherwise, I left quite happy, full and longing to return as quickly as possible! I recommend this reservation without equivocation to anyone looking for a Delicious meal and a pleasant evening.
Posted by firenze11 on 03/29/2007
This is my absolute favorite restaurant in Boston hands down. Everyone always asks where to eat seafood in Boston, and I know there are the places that are a tradition and so on and so forth, but this is hands down the best. This place not only has the best seafood but it has the best food period. I literally almost force anyone I know to go there, because I love this place so much. The crab cake here is expensive at 16 dollars, but it is my absolute favorite piece of food I have ever eaten. I have never gone to this restaurant and been able to resist the crab cake. In fact I have gone here for just the crab cake when I wanted something light. Even the bread here is delicious, and when you get it ask for a honey mustard sauce instead of butter, which goes perfectly with it. I am a huge mussels person and I have had both the Dijon version and a Mussels Atlantic version (which they don't offer, it's on the menu as Clams Atlantic, but they will do it) both are fantastic. The steamers are also fantastic and always fresh. I have had the clam bisque and lobster bisque here, and I have yet to find a restaurant that can stand up to either. My biggest problem with this place is that I have favorites that I cannot stay away from, which is where I come to the main dishes. I cannot say I am an expert here on the main course because I have only had one dish, the lobster ravioli. The reason for this is because it is the best that I have ever had, and I cannot say no to it. I've been to all the best seafood and Italian restaurants in Boston that offer the lobster ravioli, and everyone tries their own spin, but this is the best. The shitake mushrooms and chunks of lobster meat, with the light basil cream sauce is just perfection. In terms of atmosphere, sitting outside on their patio in the summer on Boylston with all the people watching and with that food, there is nowhere I would rather be. If you haven't gone, I must insist you go, you will thank me!
Posted by Bill on 05/04/2006
I've always had good food here. It's less expensive than some of the other seafood restaurants in Boston, but the quality is as good. I've always had good service as well.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/29/2005
With the best location in town the food would not dare to be bad!! You eat right across the street from the Pru, watching the world go by!!! The fish is always fresh and the menu always has great additions, with the old standbys like the seafood antipasto never failing to please. The wines are good, and if you buy a frequent dining card you can get a free meal here or at Abe and Louis next door after a few visits.