1120 Osgood St, North Andover, MA | Directions 0184542.716325 -71.113771
M-Th 11:30-9:30, F-Sa 11:30-10, Su 12-9
SIMPLY DELICIOUS – I decided to drop in for a lovely Sunday lunch. This establishment is above par. The fish was very fresh and incredibly tasty. The menu has many choices. So many types of fish to make anybody happy. Our waitress was very nice. She was always present and very attentive, asking us if everything was ok and if she could get anything for us, which is how it always should be. I recommend the seared tuna or the fried coconut shrimps. I would definitely recommend a nice afternoon lunch here.
Great food and kid-friendly – I've never had a bad meal here. Nice variety on the menu. It can get very crowded - reservations are a must-have for the weekend. My 3 year old has been coming for the past year, and it's her favorite place.
Freshest seafood I ever had – After recently dining at Joe Fish. I can see why they are so busy. The seafood was fresh, the building was funky and the service was friendly. I ordered the Katzu Tuna. The Tuna was pristine and melted in my mouth. My friend ordered the Haddock Maria, it was such an original dish that the next time I go to Joe Fish that' s what I am ordering. ( I made reservations for this saturday night) The prices are resonable and they have great drinks. I think I found my new favoite restaurant.
"Fresh" seafood in North Andover – There have been a series of recent "price upgrades" to the same old tired menu at Joe Fish in North Andover. It's possible that the underlying costs of producing the meals has risen, but along with the price change the quality did not follow. When you pay $30-$35 per person for a starter, an entree and a cheap drink..you frankly expect better quality than what you get. Myself and a guest ordered 2 starters, 2 juice drinks, and one entree to share. The total bill for the evening was $68 including tip. The steamers were well prepared and the presentation was simple..as you might expect for this type of restaurant. We also had "Buffalo Style Catfish strips". I love spicy food, but this sauce was really overpowering the catfish..and thank god it was..that is, unless you like frozen catfish..from last season. There was an abundance of celery sticks and carrot sticks..all of this wonderful mess piled upon a bed of wilting greens that really made this dish far more complicated that it ever should have been. We ordered the shrimp and steak tips for the entree. When the dish arrived I thought "Uh Oh"..when I saw both large steak tips and smaller thinner cuts. Sure enough..the smaller ones we well-done and the larger were nearly raw. We sent it back, but apparently nobody wipes the grill until the end of the day (or possibly week), since the tips came back with all sorts of new charcoal on them. The "homemade" mashed potatoes were probably from the night before since they would also serve well as a binding agent for bricklaying. Again, all sorts of scary wilting greens under the servings on the plate. Presentation was sloppy and uncaring..Hopefully Joe Fish will stop hiring parolees and start looking for a well-schooled executive chef. Some changes in the menu and a little bit of pride in the serving would go a long way too.
User review by pogmothon1 – the food is good not exceptional but the prices are expensive
Worth the Time – A very nice experience. Good food at a reasonable price. Nice family emviroment, but I don't know if preschool children would react to the menu.
Fresh and Friendly – If you haven't tried Joe Fish, you have to!! Fresh seafood, new and innovative dishes, funky atmosphere and friendly service.
Quality Experience – I've been to Joe Fish many times, and the quality of the food and service is always consistent, and the specials always creative. If you've never been there, you're in for a quality experience.
Simply dilectable! – I ate at Joe fish the other night and there was an appetizer that was simply dilectable! A half lobster baked in peanut sauce with thai noodles! Fabulous and creative. It was certainly a treat.
Martini Mania – Nice atmosphere, easy to park and the Martinis are delicious (but dangerous)!
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