My wife and I will be in Charleston, SC next week. We are both big foodies, eaten all over the country at the best restaurants, and live in Savannah. I had eaten at Fish, a.k.a. Fish Restaurant, at 442 King Street in Charleston about 2 1/2 years ago and was very impressed. In the Lowcountry, almost all restaurants serve the same food seafood the same ways. For fish, it's grouper, snapper, flounder and Atlantic sea bass. They are served usually in a sweetened beurre blanc or stuffed with shellfish. Fish broke out of this mold, with Asian styles and nice wine reductions.
But looking through the Chowhound posts, I don't see Fish mentioned at all, either for foodies, romantics or seafood eats. Which makes me wonder why. Has it changed or was my experience in the past unusual? Is there better high-end seafood in Charleston that won't just mimic what we can get in Savannah?
This question is hard to do a Chowhound/Google search, since "Fish" as a restaurant name gets LOTS of search hits for the food....
442 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403