Charleston Eats: Fish

Fish has been around for a few years now, but tonight was my first visit there. Forgot to bring my camera with me, so I had to settle for the camera phone.

We started off with some of the steamed clams and the butternut squash soup
Steamed clams
Mmmm, clams.

Triggerfish was the special for tonight, served with something resembling fried rice. My first time having triggerfish. A firm fish with a hearty mouth feel to it, but still mild tasting. The fried rice was good, although a little heavy on the soy sauce.

There was also vermilion snapper filet, served with coconut rice and a coconut based sauce. Very Caribbean island-y flavours.
Vermillion snapper

Finally we finished off the evening with dessert: the chocolate malt souffle and the banana cake. The souffle was flamb├ęd, but by the time the camera app started, the flames had disappeared.
Chocolate malt souffle

Fish can be a little on the spendy side, but the food was excellently prepared and all of it was delicious. Definitely a place worth checking out.