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About Columbus Fish Market - Grandview
We invite you to discover our fresh seafood obsession at The Columbus Fish Market where the fish is off the boat fresh, the drinks are made with fresh-squeezed juice & the atmosphere is as warm and inviting as a day on the water! At the Columbus Fish Market we are obsessed with fresh seafood. Our mantra is a commitment & passion for freshness as a way of life - a pledge that all fish is 100% fresh or it isn't good enough. With more than 80 items, the chef-driven menu includes items such as Cedar Roasted Atlantic Salmon & Hoisin Glazed Yellowfin Tuna. Come experience what an obsession with freshness tastes like at The Columbus Fish Market...fish any fresher would still be in the ocean! Visit our menus online at www.columbusfishmarket.com!
Columbus, OH 43212
Hours of Operation:
The Columbus Fish Market is open Monday through Friday for lunch and daily for dinner. Our menu is printed twice daily to reflect our obsession with fresh seafood! Lunch is served Monday through Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Dinner is served Monday through Thursday from 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 4:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., and Sunday from 3:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
$30 and under
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Complimentary parking is available for our guests in a large private lot adjacent to The Columbus Fish Market.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Columbus Fish Market - Grandview Ratings and Reviews
I had been to this restaurant several years ago when it was a Cameron Mitchell establishment. It is now owned by an outfit called Landry that owns other chains like Morton's Grill, Chart House and McCormick and Schmicks. Actually, everything, menu and decor, is pretty much the same as I remembered. We had fresh oysters and shrimp cocktails for appetizers. It was very fresh and enjoyable. My wife had the clam chowder (not enough clam pieces to suit her) and I had the lobster bisque, very tasty. She had the ahi tuna rice bowl for her main course (she would get it again) and I had the seared sea scallops with duck comfit hash that was excellent. We shared a piece of key lime pie for dessert. Everything was freshly prepared and the service was good. With a bottle of wine and a 20% tip the tab total was $170.00, a tad pricey, nonetheless we will consider returning when back in the Columbus area.
Excellent as Usual
We are never disappointed with the food or the service at the Columbus fish market. We went this time to celebrate my wife's birthday. She was pleased to receive a complimentary creme brûlée. They have what we believe to be the best Brûlée in town! I ordered the cedar plank salmon with peppers and zucchini. It was very good. Wife had stuffed lobster and shrimp; it was even better. Our server was attentive and excellent. This will continue to be our go to spot for celebration dinners.
I would not recommend the Columbus Fish Market. This restaurant has gone way down hill since it changed from a Mitchell restaurant. I had a party of six celebrating a special occasion. All six people chose different entre's. ALL six people had cold food. No one spoke up until we were partly through the meal or I would have requested everything be done over. I believe that you really have to try to be able to serve six plates with cold potatoes! I cook a lot of fish at home but do not regularly buy snapper so I decided that I would enjoy that. My meal had a really odd taste. I continued to eat thinking it had been a while since I had snapper. I was ill during the night and I believe it was my fish. No one else got sick. My husband commented when we got home "well we don't have to bother going there again". I book a fair number of recruitment dinners for work and will not use this restaurant unless someone absolutely insists.
Unfortunately I was not very impressed by the food they served us that night. We’ve always been fans of The Columbus Fish Market and other Mitchell’s restaurants. That evening, the meal was not impressive at all. My husband and I shared a dozen raw oysters, and they were small, bland, and hard to get out of the shell. Honestly, the oysters we buy from the Whole Foods were better than that in terms of the size and the flavor. Then, we were served two small (about 5”) baguettes for a table of 7 people.
My cod fish stuffed with Lobster and shrimp tasted dry and did not have much flavor. My husband had flounder stuffed with crab meat which I thought was better than mine. I had a good expectation about the lobster but it was not impressive at all. I added some salt to eat.
I wouldn’t be so disappointed if this was from a general hotel restaurant or a business class meal on the flight. I thought Mitchell’s restaurant could do better than that, but I guess it didn’t. That’s why I’m disappointed and surprised.
I was glad, however, to see that they had Louis Latour Pouilly-Fuissé.
I have been here a couple of times for business meals, but this time was for a birthday celebration for my teenage son. He was super impressed as was the rest of the family. Great service and food, and well worth the money for the quality of the food. I like the variety of ways that you can get your fish cooked (blackened, seared etc. ) The waiter was excellent and helped select the fish that was the freshest based on the season. We will be back for more special occasions.. Appreciate any place that makes it special for my son's birthday.
Made reservations for 7:15 PM Friday evening… Arrived at 7:10… And was seated at 7:35… Not sure why I had to make reservations to be seated so long… My dates dinner was delicious and to her satisfaction… however my dish… Was the lobster and crab stuffed cod… Which I’m sure some people would enjoy… Was not to my liking… Very heavy in a type of lemon cream sauce… And the cod was slightly chewy… I kind of expected a little more out of this caliber of restaurant… I kind of figured someone would have noticed or said something… Seeing as how I only finished half of my dinner… Not really sure the value was worth the meal… I guess… If I’m going to spend $150 in your restaurant… You should probably wow me…
We went to celebrate my husbands birthday and he suggested the restaurant because they had in the past the best ribeye he has ever had. This visit was very disappointing because the steak tasted and looked more like a sirloin. I know they are known for fish but for the price you should expect a decent steak.
Excellent menu and variety of selections. Only 2 minor criticisms, both not mentioned to my server. The jambalaya could have been hotter and the tilapia was a bit overcooked (as many Oscars are). My server was very informative and perfectly attentive without hovering. This is a well-managed establishment.
Been to fish market many times over the years and disappointed in our experience. Tuna was over cooked- was supposed to be med rare and was well done, salmon was over cooked as well-tough around the edges. Flounder stuffed with crab was tasty. Server was not available to send back meals until long after served. Not our usual experience. To their credit they offered to send back the tuna but most of the others had consumed at least 1/2 of meal by that time. Hopefully this was just a bad night and not what is now being served in this once incredible restaurant.
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