City Fish Market

City Fish Market is perhaps the most prominent restaurant in West Boca. Of course by our definition it’s arguably not in West Boca as it is just east of the Turnpike, but we figure its close enough.
It’s a big place with a variety of seating options. We chose to sit outside.
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There are five or so other rooms, including a bar area and a room perched over the lake.
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It’s hard to get a good picture from the outside but we did the best we could:
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We came for lunch. My partner had the sauteed Atlantic Salmon lunch entree which she reported to be very good. It came with haricot vert (green beans) and a mashed potato croquette.
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I had the shrimp and scallops Alfredo lunch entree. It was a large portion with good shrimp and small bay scallops. It was a good meal. The Alfredo sauce didn’t seem traditional and had a hint of perhaps lemon.
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On the whole we liked it and will come again. It seems expensive, especially for lunch, but it is a classy experience. We spent $44 with tip for the two meals and one soda.

Author: Warren Redlich

Warren Redlich is a real estate agent and an attorney. He focuses on selling homes in West Boca Raton. Find out more at Yes Boca Real Estate.