Bringing a taste of the seaside to the Square Mile, Fish Market offers relaxed classic English dishes at breakfast, lunch and dinner. A daily changing 'fish of the day' can be selected from the chalkboard, and the seafood bar offers a selection of temptingly fresh platters. A complementing wine list features carefully chosen English wines, and the al fresco area is a tranquil spot during warmer weather.
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16b New StreetLondonEC2M 4TR
Went there with friends on a Saturday night. It is located on a quiet small street right across Liverpool Street station. The stuff we're welcoming and I really like the decoration and the environment in there too.
The food is pricy but I guess it's mostly seafood you can not compare it with others. They do have really good salmon. We ordered the seafood for share platter and it was great....more
Nice little place that is out of the way from the Liverpool station. I ordered the 2-course pre-fixed dinner. Nice squid appetizer. Steamed cod with broth & clams were ok. Must try other fish next time.
Hostess was very accommodating - stored my bags & coat.
One thing that they can improve on is to shorten the wait of the 1st & 2nd courses.
Overall a good place to get seafood.more
Lovely after work meal. Romantic atmosphere and amazing service. We shared a delicious whole seabass and mash and broccoli mmore
What a lovely restaurant. It is located down a quiet road. There is a lovely seating area outside with some seaside inspired props fish, netting etc. and just in case it rains whilst you are outside they have massive umbrellas that they can put up to stop the rain from getting you along with some outside heaters. Inside is nicely decorated as well however I feel the noise level of when...more
This place is overpriced because of it's location, but aside from that, food was blend and food is too salty.
the white wine mussels weren't bad.. but way too creamy. fresh though.
scallops and other fish dishes were nice, but just nothing special.
Overall seafood wasn't bad but take note: cocktails were a BORE.more