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About RumFish Grill
EAT. DRINK. SHOP. RumFish Grill is rocking St. Pete Beach with inspiring cuisine, unique shopping, and a 33,500 gallon aquarium that covers an entire wall of the dining room. Serving lunch and dinner daily, RumFish Grill features cutting edge seafood, attractively served in the quiet under-the-sea atmosphere dominated by the massive fish tank. Pasta, meat and poultry round out the menu, and many gluten free options are available. The two full bars serve a modified dining menu.
St. Pete Beach, FL 33706
Hours of Operation:
Lunch Daily: 11:30am - -2:00pm; Dinner Nightly: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
One mile South of 75th Ave
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live music every day of the week from local bands and solo artists. Visit www.RumFishGrill.com for Special Events and nightly schedule.
Parking is available in the small public lot. Valet parking is also available.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Dancing, Entertainment, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
RumFish Grill Ratings and Reviews
Sad to say that a terrible experience was had. I ordered the Cobia which was undercooked. The server, Vaughn, was thoughtful, apologetic and asked to replace with a different entree. However, my spouse was halfway through their meal which would mean we would each eat alone. Not my idea of an enjoyable dining experience. The kicker, management didn’t care. No one other than our server spoke to us about our experience. After we paid for drinks and spouses food we left. On our way out, the manager said thank you which made me speak up and tell him how disappointed I was that I, the customer was not valued. He said I’m sorry. I was busy with big parties. Yes. More concerned with turning the tables. I do not recommend this restaurant to anyone.
The food was fabulous, Emelio our waiter took very good care of us. The White Cosmopolitan was lovely. The Blue Crab Bisque was "to die for". We had a seat right by the aquarium and enjoyed watching the fish swim past. Can't wait to go back again.
Three of us had the Cobia with butternut squash risotto, which was very good. One had the Shrimp & Tortellini, which was not good. We found the restaurant to be noisy and the table in the booth to be small for all that was on the table. Loved the lit menus.
Appetizers: ceviche, firecracker shrimp, spicy blue crab soup-all delicious
Dinner: swordfish, salmon, strip-all delicious again
Wine: delicious bottle of Sancerre
Dessert: mango ice cream, candied walnut, rum soaked sponge cake-delicious
Tab a bit pricy, but all in all we had a great meal
The food is good, nothing fabulous, just ok. The service has average. The servers have a helper, so you would have expected better, brought us plates for bread, no bread, then came and removed the plates . It’s overpriced and the area does have some truly great , like Palm Court, so wouldn’t go back. The aquariums are lovely.
The host and wait staff were very friendly and accommodating. The waiter didn’t really know what the foods were which was amusing. My date had swordfish and the pairing of the apples and sweet coconut rice with other sweet ingredients was just ok. The grouper was better. Light and flakey fish cooked perfectly. Loved the fish tank and the ambiance was a bit crazy with some folks dressed up and others in shorts with some enthusiastic children in tow. Fun people watching.
The food is average tourist cuisine. The service is a disgrace. It was a major effort to get our water glass refilled. I finally had to see a manager to get more water. The restaurant is over staffed and little attention is paid to guests dining. Servers are continuously walking around but do not make eye contact with guests. No one asked how our meal was. I don’t think they want to know. This has great potential but lacks execution of good customer service. I don’t believe repeat customers is a focus.
This was our second time here, and it was as amazing as the first time. We drive close to 2 hours to get here, through horrible traffic as well, and it’s worth every minute. This time we spent an hour before our dinner at the outdoor bar where the atmosphere is light and people are friendly. Our reservation was in a romantic setting, yet comforting with the large fish tank in the backdrop. I was finally able to eat lobster tail from my home state of Maine... first time ever since moving to Florida 3 years ago. Our server, Remington, was very friendly and knowledgeable about the fish and very willing to answer all of our questions. At the end of the meal, I could hardly walk to my car but I view it as a win on all fronts. Thanks again, Rumfish. We’ll be back.
The place is beautiful the food fantastic. We had oysters from Massachusetts and large stone crabs. Their mai Thai is strong as it should be. The staff was attentive caring and courteous. The tanks were enchanting they had a band outside that was very good and the desert was also spot on. My only complaint was that it was loud and the kids -but not my kids - were super excited to be there and see the beautiful marine life. Wish our kids had been there but it was an adults only getaway for my husbands 50th birthday. By no means should it scare you away it was just fantastic
We went for dinner on a Friday night and ordered the charbroiled oysters for an appetizer (half dozen). The oysters were the smallest I’ve ever seen! My husband and I split them and if crackers were served with it I’d be able to fit all 6 on 1 cracker. The entree I ordered was the pan seared grouper piccata, it was bland and boring. Very disappointing. My husband and son ordered the hoisin glazed salmon my son liked it but my husband said his was mediocre. Our servers name was Remington and he was great. We didn’t complain to him because it wasn’t a mistake, I think that’s just how the food is. He was very attentive and friendly. The ambiance is beautiful. The aquarium is breathtaking and so relaxing. It would have been a great experience if the food was better.
We visited for my son's birthday and were pleasantly surprised to be seating front row by the aquarium. The kids were given iPads to help them identify the fish in the tank, which they loved. The food was DELICIOUS! Very fresh food. Portions were large. Wait staff were great.
I had been to rumfish when it first opened and was pleasantly surprised at the quality of food, told everyone about it. This was my first trip back in over a year and was so disappointed...everything tasted like it had been plated earlier in the day and just microwaved and brought to the table. Nothing fresh about it, just run of the mill tourist trap fare that was bland and seemed lean cuisine fake. The service was scripted and while pleasant, obviously told to sell the highest priced entrees and bottles of wine. The atmosphere with the fish tank is cool, and the bar is awesome with live music outside. Not someplace Id rush back to, but then again, I'm a local girl and not on vacation.
I ordered the Grouper Piccata which I imagined would have a lemon/wine piccata sauce on it, but not so. The fish rested on a bed of way-too-salty risotto and sautéed spinach which was quite good. The fish was also good. But the tiny bit of sauce on the plate did not taste like anything, certainly not lemony..... Another member in our party had the New York Strip "rare" which was not rare, and also very tough. Two others ordered a Grouper/Shrimp "prix fixe" dinner that was so-so. The wedge salad was incredible and the desserts were incredible!! Also enjoy the fish tank.
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