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Monday, June 13, 2011

Fish City Grill @ Sugarland, Texas

Over the weekend, two girlfriends and I went out on our usual resto sampling. We all love to try new things. Whenever possible, we visit places we have not tried yet. Last Saturday, we checked out Fish City Grill @ Sugarland Texas. We really liked the place. The general ambiance was warm and cozy. The place is clean and comfortable.  The person who waited on us was friendly, courteous and professional.  The food, awesome! Most often than not, seafood restaurants give us a scare for being pricey, but not this place. We were surprised at the quality of our meals -cooked fresh and just right -not soggy or too flaky as often the case with fish. Portions are good and prices not bad.

Salmon Salad
Grilled Atlantic salmon fillet with asian noodles and capers, over mixed greens, tossed in our roasted shallot vinaigrette.

Shrimp and Andouille Mac and Cheese
A creamy blend of three cheeses, grilled shrimp and andouille sausage.

Po Boys
Chicken served on a fresh baguette with remoulade,
lettuce and tomato, fries or coleslaw.

My girlfriends, Cherry and Rossa

Curious about how much I spent on my meal? Less than $10. And we're talking about fresh catch! Cool huh!

Friendly folks, Serious seafood!

Clean and cozy family friendly place

Wine by the glass or by the bottle

The place offers full bar service, a quality wine list at friendly prices and awesome frozen margaritas.
Cocktail, anyone?

Dining outdoors is one of Sugarland's summer pleasures.

All things said and done, we say the place is highly recommended! We can see ourselves coming back to Fish City Grill any time of day!

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Janie said...

Looks like a great place to relax and enjoy some good food.

EG Wow said...

It's great fun to have friends who like to try new things the way you do. Fish City sounds yummy!

betchai said...

oh wow, am so impressed here Tes, wish I can find something like that here to have a a yummy fish meal or seafood meal for less than $10. i should probably do my research just like you. beautiful pictures.

Indrani said...

Nice place to have a good meal.

Sylvia K said...

Looks like a terrific place to eat and I do love sea food! Love your captures and the food does look delicious! Hope you've had a great day!


Carver said...

That looks like a great place to eat. Everything sounds delicious.

Sivinden said...

This made me hungry;) Nice signs too.

snowwhite said...

Thanks for writing this, the place is great. You made me hungry and want to fly to Texas. I love fish!
I'm glad to follow you. Have a great day.

Life Ramblings said...

the place looks cosy and inviting. and the food looks tempting.

Rajesh said...

Wonderful place. The meals sure does look interesting and ready to be eaten.

Icy BC said...

Looks like a great place to have lunch, Tes..and $10 for a place is affordable.

Marites said...

it's really cool to find a namesake on the internet. the place looks really nice and a good place to eat fresh, yummy food.

Leckeres für Mensch und Katze said...

This salmon looks very yummy! Thanks for joining me on my China-Trip :) LG Tina

Spiderdama said...

Mm, I love Salmon, but I think I take that I have here in Norway:-)
Wonderful pictures!
Happy week to you.

Al said...

Seems like a nice place for a meal. Fresh seafood is certainly nice, it's not something we see too often where I live.

blue sunset said...

hmmmmmmm hungry here already! Miss yah Tesya!

SquirrelQueen said...

This looks like a really fun place to eat. Good seafood is hard to find sometimes so that's always a plus. And under $10, fabulous!

DoanLegacy said...

I have a brother who lives in Sugarland, and this sounds like a great place to grab a bite to eat..

Self Sagacity said...

That po-boy sure looks yummy! Being that I used to live in N.O. I would have a shrimp po-boy.

RNSANE said...

What a find, Tes. It sounds really great and you did a fine review with great photos. There's a place over near IAH, called Jimmy G's, that I love. When I would cruise out of Galveston, I'd plan my flight home to allow me time to eat there so I could eat crawfish, raw oysters, softshell crab and all the New Orleans food I love ( I went to nursing school in New Orleans )- just what I needed after a week on a cruise ship, right! It wasn't cheap but I didn't care. We just can't get that eating in San Francisco!

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