Portland >No Fish Go Fish
good soups. This place makes great soup, four different kinds a day. The fish sandwiches are pretty good. Great lunch deal. The place is not especially comfortable. Also, not kid friendly. The guy who appears to be the owner seems snobby, but I think he makes the soup, so oh well. Yes, they take cash only, get over it!
LOVE the unique corn bread sandwiches. I've been to No Fish! Go Fish! many times. The breakfast is hometown comfort food and delicious! The soups are awesome too, but my favorite choice here are the corn bread fish shaped sandwiches. They have a variety of fillings. I like all of them but the garlic parmesan and the cheddar are best. For the healthy set, they have many vegetarian and vegan options. It's not too expensive, and the servers are very friendly and helpful. Sometimes when they are crowded, the service is a little slow. The atmosphere is very indi-artsy-eclectic.
Completely disappointed. Food was terrible. Service was OK. had to go to an ATM to get money since they don't take debit cards. Refuse to go back when they tell you to go down the street and get money! How ridiculous! Only good thing is that they serve beer during lunch hours.
What is the hype about?. Not happy at all with this place. I was completely disappointed and they forced me to go down the street to get cash. I should have read the other suggestions first as I was caught with no cash. Food was average and took quite a while to get my food. My girlfriend thought it was terrible food and she usually likes cool ideas like they did.
Go somewhere else. Food was lousy and slow. Staff was friendly but experience was not great. No credit cards sucked and will never go there again.
They need to work on a few things.... Food was acceptable. Theme was nice with the fish looking sandwiches. But the service was poor having only one waitress and one cook. The big downer was that they do not take credit card or debit card. We would have had to walk down the street and take out money (For an ATM charge) to satisfy the bill. Nothing is posted on the door or the menu that we could see. Somewhat surprised they aren't open for dinner. But that is their choice. The food wasn't good enough to warrant a return.
Editorial Review by Mary Morley. Quirky Hawthorne neighborhood restauarant draws loyal locals with dressed-up comfort food, a daily-rotating soup menu and sweet or savory fish-shaped corn waffles.
Haven't been the the restaurant, but am a fan of the cart. There is a cart across the street from pioneer place run by this restaurant. I am a huge fan of the cornmeal fish sandwiches, which are actually fish-less. Their soups are also good, especially the "stuffing in a cup" that they had around thanksgiving. I hope to visit the restaurant sometime!
Somewhere between classy and tacky, much like the Montage. garlic parmesean fish sandwich is dy-no-myte. Check out the velvet elvis painting in the bathroom and the astrological forcast in the hallway. Be sure to take in the decor as you enjoy your nicoise salad and your coctail.
Soooo Goooood!!!!!. I went on a warm lazy Wednesday night and found the service wonderful as well as the food and drinks. The decor is eclectic just like I like and the music was not invasive to good conversation. I really appreciated the curtains around the open door, they blocked the wind and traffic noise to the point I didn't even notice the noise until I left. I had the Mahi Mahi, it was fabulous!!! I also enjoyed two of their delicious Martinis... the Persephone, key ingredient pomegranate juice, just the right amount of tartness and the Mochatini just like drinking desert but not too sweet. I will certainly be back in the future.
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