Fat Fish Blue

  • Food Quality: 8/10
  • Food Quantity: 8/10
  • Cleanliness: 7/10
  • Atmosphere: 7/10
  • Service: 7/10
  • Price: $8-$12

Fat Fish Blue, located in Pointe Orlando, offers New Orleans style food, but not necessarily authentic New Orleans cuisine (not that this is a bad thing). Start off with some appetizers because they have some excellent options. I tried the fried green tomatoes, fried pickles, and corn bread, they were all great. I was surprised that the fried pickles were spears rather than slices. I have to say I like slices more, but these were still good. I enjoyed the fried green tomatoes, but it was my first time ever having them, so I don’t have anything to draw for comparison. The corn bread was like a cake, and I could just as easily have had it for dessert.

Their burgers and sandwiches are pretty good. They come with sweet potato chips, sprinkled with brown sugar, a much welcomed change compared to the french fries or potato chips you get at most places. The chips were sweet, and a great compliment to the sandwiches.

Fat Fish Blue is attached to the new Orlando Improv, which makes it a great place to have dinner and a show. They have a full bar, so you can have dinner, a couple drinks, and a show, making a full night of it. Prices are slightly higher than what you would pay at similar establishments, but that’s mainly because of it being in Pointe Orlando. This is still a great place to eat, and an easy place to make an event of the night.

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