In addition to the delicious cuisine, the service here is fantastic. I have a shellfish allergy and most seafood restaurants would tell me to pick up my epi pen and get the heck out of dodge. Not here. The waiter assured me that it would be no problem at all, and noted that he would give the chef notice so that there was no risk of cross-contamination. Further, my food obsession has lead to a tendency to ask for a waiter's recommendation, and making him/her explain every last thing on the menu. My endless questioning was greeted with a smile and an enthusiasm to describe each dish. The waiters are knowledgeable and attentive, but they do not hover.
Passion Fish is not the cheapest place in town...but how cheap do you expect to find seafood of this caliber? If you want cheap seafood, I suggest you check out Long John Silvers, and a few bottles of Pepto. Don't go to Passion Fish for just a quick weeknight meal, go for a dinner when you are prepared to linger and to savor your meal. I highly recommend that you make a reservation, as the wait can be quite long if you don't. But, if you find yourself wandering in to Passion Fish without a reservation, take advantage of the fun cocktail menu and impressive wine list at the bar while you wait.
Here is the link to the Passion Fish Website. Enjoy!
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