Drunken Fish in the Central West End was the second location to open (after Westport Plaza). With a prime patio, two stories of dining, and being ... More
Drunken Fish - Central West End
Drunken Fish in the Central West End was the second location to open (after Westport Plaza). With a prime patio, two stories of dining, and being located in the heart of the Central West End, it quickly thrived in the trendy St. Louis neighborhood. Today, Drunken Fish is the Midwest's unrivaled leader in Sushi and Japanese Cuisine. Voted Best Sushi in St. Louis, Drunken Fish is unlike anything you've ever experienced. Our selection of sensational sushi and Japanese cuisine will satisfy every appetite, while our drink menu boasts a list of unique cocktails. With our intimate lounge and exceptional service, Drunken Fish is the ultimate St. Louis hotspot.
What a wonderful place to have a late night fresh and very tasty meal. The sushi was fresh and really visually appealing. We ate at 11:00 after the Michael Buble' concert. If you sit at the bar you get super prices on the sushi. The bar tender was very attentive. Great place
I went last night with a large group for a birthday dinner and from the service to the food everything was GREAT! We had platters of sushi and tall Kirin beers with some sake shots all night. The DJ, bartenders and upstairs was fun to be around!
Management at the downtown location was extremely rude. I won't eat at any of their locations ever again. The owner also seems fairly sleezy and dishonest, allowing underage girls into his club to get drunk. Not very professional. They didn't prepare well enough for our party, and so of coarse the night was a mess. Not a good business.
Drunken Fish! Isn't that a great name for a fantastic sushi restaurant?! They have a myriad of options on the menu, and mix some of the best martini's around town. The service is often lackadaisical, and leaves a bit to be desired.
* I previously gave this restaurant a 4-star review. I went twice last week - both times because my friends wanted to take me out for my birthday. I will simply say: choose wisely WHERE you celebrate special occasions. The staff can create a bad experience for you, and ruin an important day. The food can be great all day, but when the service makes you lose your appetite, it's not worth much.
first off, I have never had better service at any restaurant I've ever eaten at. Ever. Jonah, hands down, was the most knowledgeable, nicest, (cutest :p) waiter ever! I had the So roll, tasted the Dragon roll, and had the Saporo wheat beer. The only complaint I have is the music from below was sooo loud. Literally, glasses were shaking from the subwoofers below (night club also owned by Mr. So, the chef/ owner of the Drunken Fish). But it was at night, so i figure during the day, there is no problem with. The place is very modernly furnished and I fell in love with the place as soon as we walked in. Go there!
The only good part is that the location is great, the place is clean, we had a great view out the window and our server was nice.
Now for the bad:
We went at 7:30 on a Thursday evening. We were seated right away, greated within minutes and our drink order was taken. It took 20 minutes for her to come back and take our appetizer order. We chose to order our meal at the same time. Our server was also the bartender. 30 minutes later our appetizers came, the food was cold. She cleared the table in a reasonable time and 15-20 minutes later or food came, it also was cold. I ordered the shirmp tempura. After this horrible experience we decided that we would give them a 2nd chance especially due to the lack of seafood in St Louis. At 3am I woke up and was sick for the rest of the evening. This changed my mind, they will not get my business again. I must add that we still tipped 20%. The server was clearly overworked.
I lOVED The Drunken Fish - I was a seafood lover wanting to try new things as a beginner the Drunken Fish has me hooked. Now It's the number 1 spot to go when I feel like sushi. With they're different variations of sushi, the staff is very polite and helpful with a great atmosphere and tasy drinks. Even if your not a sushi lover you will love the differnt choices they have or just some where to go and have a nice drink. Two Thumbs Up
Being that Missouri is a land locked state, I was a little but wary about going for sushi in Saint Louis. The Drunken Fish is not a let down! The raw stuff tastes fresh. When looking at the fish on display at the sushi bar, the temperature is optimal for freshness. If you are not into the raw sushi or rolls, the Japanese food (non-sushi items) are fantastic!
I went here w/ a group of friends for my birthday celebration. Their food and drinks were off the hook! I had the White Tiger Roll which was amazing. My friends ordered the Spicy Salmon and the Drunken Fish rolls which were also very good. The wait staff is very friendly and a lot of fun. Great place to hang out w/ friends, eat sushi, and tip back a few sakis!
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