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shellicopter Jun 11, 2008 08:51 AM

Hi, I'm getting dinner with some friends at Kingfish Hall tomorrow night, I've looked over the menu but none of the entrees really stand out. Any recommendations? I'm looking for something relatively light and fresh and definitely from the sea. Thanks!

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    Pegmeister RE: shellicopter Jun 11, 2008 09:06 AM

    I think they make a good lobster roll. In fact, I like it better than Neptune Oyster.

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      shellicopter RE: Pegmeister Jun 11, 2008 12:40 PM

      Do you know if they offer this at dinner? How is it prepared? Thanks!

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        Pegmeister RE: shellicopter Jun 13, 2008 05:16 AM

        Sorry that I saw this too late to answer, but I would assume they would have it in the evening. They prepare it lightly coated with mayo served in a perfectly toasted brioche. The roll really makes the sandwich. it was served with a cone of fries. So, what did you end up having?

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          shellicopter RE: Pegmeister Jun 13, 2008 07:16 AM

          Thanks, something came up and we were unable to go, still plan on going in the near future so all advice is still useful, thanks! I ended up going to my new favorite restaurant, Toraya, last night, never a bad meal....I'll let you know how Kingfish goes whenever it happens!

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            phatchris RE: Pegmeister Jun 14, 2008 07:56 AM

            No lobster roll at dinner, just pan-roasted $45, crispy asian style mkt, and lobster bake mkt.

      2. birdy30 RE: shellicopter Jun 11, 2008 10:09 AM

        I have always loved the tuna tartar and actually think that it is one of the best in the city. Recently I waited on a server from KfH, and I mentioned this to her. She happily slapped her boyfriend on the arm and said "See! I told you so!". Apparently she feels the same. You could possibly get a double order of it?

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          Bostonbob3 RE: shellicopter Jun 11, 2008 11:24 AM

          In this heat, it's probably not a great choice, but I've always liked their chowders. Made properly; not thick and gummy.

          Also, any fish in miso is usually pretty tasty there.

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            meb26 RE: shellicopter Jun 11, 2008 03:26 PM

            I second the tuna tartar - it is amazing. My usual order is a chowder (ok, but the lobster bisque that used to be on the menu was much better) followed by the tuna tartar. Maybe if the temperature hasn't dropped you could substitute some oysters for the chowder, but I guess that depends on whether you are OK with a fully-raw meal. I also really like their calamari.

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              ShelT54 RE: shellicopter Jun 14, 2008 03:20 PM

              I've been there a couple of times and never been too impressed; touristy and indifferent service.

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