Deep Sea Seafood Market
- Open Now
Finally was able to eat here (only since he opened have I wanted to) Hubby and I had lunch on a Friday, he ordered the sauted fish in lemon caper sauce with jasmine rice (it was same from day before, halibut) and I ordered the fish and chips (cod) with home fries. There were only a few tables left when we arrived (not many to begin with) and signs posted everywhere to not sit at 4-top if only two diners). Luckily there was a 2-top open directly across from the counter where you place your order. I must say it was well worth it and my only regret is to have not been here sooner!! Hubby's was the best and both fishes were so tender and perfectly cooked. Plus, don't believe everything you read! The owner is very nice! :) I'll definitely be back.!!
Great for Matthews. A legit and fresh selection of seafood available daily at their counter, or dine in a small cozy spread of small tables while enjoying chef's daily offerings and the owner's selection of vinyl. Counter service is brusque but efficient and dining service is nice and hospitable. A favorite of mine in the area.
My daughter and I have been looking forward to eating here for quite some time. When entering the store it really didn't smell like a seafood store and the displays were neat and tidy. Then it changed,..,The man taking our order was anything but friendly, seemed rather ill at the world that particular day. Once seated our drinks came in small Styrofoam cups. Now, this is the south. Pls, bring us a real glass of tea would ya. When the food came... Big letdown. Portions were scant. Plenty of bread mind you but the fish.... More like tadpoles and the flavor? Umm, what flavor. So, now we know. But hey, there's more fish in the sea!! Right! Well try again somewhere else.
Went to this restaurant for the first time yesterday. First, let me begin by stating the fish was very fresh. However, the portions were very small, the food didn't taste good and the restaurant was extremely overpriced. Who messes up french fries? They were rock hard. Plus, the fried fish was covered in a tasteless heavy batter. I don't like to give negative reviews, but, I don't want anyone else to fall into the same trap of going to this restaurant.
I had the best blackened red snapper I have ever had. There is no atmosphere, the menu is limited but the food is great. You may bring your own wine for a $2.50 corking fee.