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Mr. Fish

Seafood Restaurant in Myrtle Beach

 
Mr. Fish
Rated: 0 out of 5 with 1 Reviews

The Original Mr. Fish is back! Teddy Hammerman and his daughter Sheina have brought the legend back to the beach. Open for lunch to eat in or take out, food to take home and cook, or if you need a party catered. Hours Monday thru Saturday 11am tp 9pm


Mr. Fish
3401 N Kings Hwy
Myrtle Beach
843-839-3474
Hours: Monday through Saturday 11 am to 9 pm
General Info:
  • Lunch Served
  • Dinner Served
  • Snacks or Appetizers
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Mr. Fish
Posted: May 11th, 2018 at 5:49 pm
From: Reidsville, NC
By: d


Avg. Rating:2.7
What had been costing 12.99 had gone up to 21.00. Better choices in myrtl beach for seafood for that price
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Dec 02nd, 2016 at 9:39 pm
From: ocean isle beach, NC
By: dlc


Avg. Rating:2.3
if you eat before you start drinking, you will never eat there again. Thank You DLC
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Jul 28th, 2013 at 2:42 pm
From: Cincinnati, OHIO
By: smk


Avg. Rating:3.5
Very good seafood and well prepared. Will definitely return
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Jun 22nd, 2013 at 10:42 pm
From: Winchester, KY
By: tv


Avg. Rating:5
Awesome service, food and value
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Sep 13th, 2012 at 6:59 pm
From: Claremont, CA.
By: lp


Avg. Rating:5
Don't miss this place, period. It doesn't look like a 50 dollar a plate from the outside. And it isnt. The meals are way better than a fancy place like that. Do not pass...go directly there....no question.
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Jul 04th, 2012 at 4:01 pm
From: thomasville, NC
By: nrs


Avg. Rating:4.7
Went on a date night with my hubby while in town....my sister and her husband went for their date night the night before and happened upon Mr Fish and they raved about how good the food was. So we tried it out....the best food I have ever had...seriously! We got the fried green tomato tower with shrimp and boom boom sauce....so good! My husband got the mahi tacos and said they were excellent. I had the California grouper that had avocados, spinach , tomato and pesto mayo. It was so good...just melted in my mouth. We will be eating here every time we are in town! Wish we had a restaurant like this near us.
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Apr 26th, 2012 at 8:40 pm
From: LONGS, SC
By: kb


Avg. Rating:4.2
Mr fish has great food. I live here and whenever my parents come to visit from Pa, they always wanna come here at least once. Have to give this place a try, just be prepared for a wait..they are busy most all the time, this is a locals favorite. you will be disapointed with the big buffet style seafood places...so at least give this spot a try!
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Mar 08th, 2012 at 4:11 pm
From: Cincinnati, OH
By: lp


Avg. Rating:4.7
We arrived in town sick. Staying in our room for 2 days "on the mend" we were well enough to eat on day number 3. Looked in the Yellow Pages for Seafood take out. What the heck, can't be on the coast and not eat seafood; especially since we were leaving the next day. Not disappointed! Ordered everything "blind" over the phone on recommendations from the staff and we were very pleased. Will be in town again next month and look forward to eating IN at Mr. Fish....oh, excellent choice of fresh seafood if one wants to cook their own.
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Jan 13th, 2012 at 1:38 pm
From: Fayetteville, NC
By: mr&gr


Avg. Rating:5
My husband and I came to SC for a weekend getaway, we drove up and down the highway and since it was the "off season" most resturant were closed, or not opening until 3pm. Well, Mr. Fish was open and we are SOOO glad we came in! The food was awesome!!! Denna was our waitress and she had such a GREAT personality!! The walls are covered in art that is for sell, awesome display of talent! We will be back!
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Sep 19th, 2011 at 5:06 pm
From: Pine Mountain, VA
By: jia


Avg. Rating:3
We went here based on local recommendation and guess we found the wait staff on a bad day. Both the hostess and the waitress seemed like they coundn't care if we were there or not. The food was above average, but was not served well. With a little effort this could be a great place to eat. The cole slaw serving size was tiny for a seafood dish. We are usually big tippers...sometimes we tip more than the meal costs, but I only left $2 this time and that was too much for the sercie we received...had to wait over 15 minutes for refills and then had to ask for them. Again, hope we just caught them on a bad day, but the place was less than half full so no excuse for poor service.
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Sep 17th, 2011 at 4:44 pm
From: Winston Salem, NC
By: th


Avg. Rating:4.8
We really enjoyed the fried green tomato tower with boom boom shrimp (appetizer). I had shrimp tacos and they were very tasty but a little messy to eat. My wife had the shrimp quesadillas and they were very good as well. Overall a good experience.
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Jul 22nd, 2011 at 9:49 am
From: huntersville , NC
By: rhl


Avg. Rating:1
Totally not worth the wait. My wife had a hair in her oysters and they were going to charge us anyway until we spoke up..
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Feb 03rd, 2011 at 2:52 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: cb


Avg. Rating:2.3
We have been wanting a good fish meal for a while in MB, without going to the big expensive buffets. Mr. Fish is not the place. I thought the prices for luch were a bit high, but we ordered anyway. I got the flounder sandwich plate, with fries and slaw. She got the lunch special flounder, with hushpuppies fries and garlic mashed potatoes. I got a Mnt Dew to drink. First, the drink was nothing but soda water, so waitress poured a canned drink into my cup. Fountain drinks, and canned drinks big difference. Food came timely. The fries were aweful, limp, greasy, very dark in color. The slaw was like eating liquid syrup, way too sweet. The hushpuppies were litteraly, dripping oil. The garlic mashed potatos were like mashed garlic, way too strong. The flounder was edible, on the greasy side.. The biggest problem was when the waitress told the manager/ owner, we could hear her talking to him, he disappears into the kitchen. The waitress comes back out and appoligizes, and the manager took 1/2 off one plate ( basically $3.50). He never came back out of the kitchen. No sorry about the lousey food, Kiss my A**, nothing, he just disappeared. Out of 2 $7.99 meals we ate 5 peices of flounder nuggets, ( oh yea the flounder wasn't even fillets, it was more like 4 fish nuggets ) an unsweet tea, and a canned Mnt Dew. We could have went to Kroger, bought Gordon's fish sticks, and a 64oz soda way cheaper, and it would have been better. It realy left a bad taste in my mouth, litteraly with the food, and the way the manager handled the situation. I wasn't looking for a free meal, but atleast come and appoligize to a customer personally. I in no way advise anyone to eat here.
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Jan 12th, 2011 at 4:59 pm
From: cuyahoga falls, OHIO
By: bl


Avg. Rating:4.5
Had the best and biggest flounder sandwich i've ever had.We also ordered the shrimp and grits along with a shrimp wrap.Both were very good.Will be eating here every trip I make to the beach.
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Dec 22nd, 2010 at 11:18 am
From: cleveland, OH
By: dy


Avg. Rating:4
This is a small, tight place to sit, the waiting line is longer as the day goes on. However it makes sense! It is run by a small family, they don't rush you to eat and go, and the food is so fantastic, it's worth standing in line! Have been there since our children (now adults) no longer travel with us, and we are very pleased we found this small place and we always return each winter we travel to SC.
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Nov 21st, 2010 at 7:58 am
From: Toronto, ON
By: ca


Avg. Rating:4.8
Visiting from up north, we had no idea where to start eating here with a restaurant on every corner. We also did not know about big seafood buffets that apparently are popular here. After talking to a local walking on the beach, we were given a few ideas where to start. Mr Fish was on top of her list. So we located it on the GPS and decided to go in. 95 cents for a pop was very reasonable. After reviewing the various items on the homemade menu, we decided on the 14.99 platter which had 4 different items making up 15 pieces. OMG, the four different sauces that were included for each item made our eyes roll. We had never had this type of food before. The flavor of the lightly battered items was nothing short of amazing. To finish it all off, we tried the key lime pie. Again, OMG. Real key lime pie, just like Dexter. Anyhow, we will be going back today to sink our teeth into the rest of the menu.
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Oct 21st, 2010 at 6:57 am
From: Winston Salem, NC
By: tk


Avg. Rating:3.3
Food was a little greasy. Seemed a little pricey for what you got.
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Sep 12th, 2010 at 9:16 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: jah


Avg. Rating:2.2
We had heard so many good things about Mr. Fish so we thought we would try them (even after looking at their menu online & thinking it was a bit overpriced). The restaurant itself was cute, seemingly artsy and the staff seemed friendly enough (at first). We ordered our food - fish tacos, oyster poboy, kids mac & cheese, and kids chicken. First off the mac & cheese was super hot, and greasy....the fries on the side were barely warm. The rice on the side of the fish tacos was crunchy and the tacos only contained fish with cheese. The oyster poboy was okay, but the oysters were very greasy. Our server only came by to take our orders and then to ask if we were ok, more than halfway through the meal. He seemed like it was an inconvenience to check on us and he seemed put out by having to go get the kid's cookies. The kids meals were supposed to come with cookies, but they didn't. We had to ask to have them brought to us. And we didn't get drinks with either one of the kids meals, the server didn't ask and we were still charged the same price. Overall we were very, very disappointed and will not be going back.
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Jul 02nd, 2010 at 4:18 pm
From: Holland, MI
By: lg


Avg. Rating:4.5
Visiting MB for a short weekend, we were driving along N. Kings Highway when I spotted the picnic tables outside the restaurant in a small strip mall. I suggested we stop to look at the menu to see if there was anything we'd like to eat. When we stood in front of the menu board inside, one of the customers told us that this was the best fish place in town and that we wouldn't be disappointed if we dined there. Ok. We stayed. I asked the waiter what was the most popular entree. He told me he liked the Shrimp and Grits. I was hesitant to order it since I already had grits for breakfast that day! I decided to go with it. My husband ordered fried oysters/calamari platter w/cole slaw. OMG! The food was delicious and very generous portions. They will get our repeat business every time we go to MB. I can't wait to have the Shrimp and Grits again!!!
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Mr. Fish
Posted: May 14th, 2010 at 8:40 pm
From: Atlanta , GA
By: sm


Avg. Rating:5
I found Mr. Fish in the yellow pages, then came here to read the reviews before we made the trek to try it out. Needless to say EVERYTHING was fantastic. Even the water. We had the Mahi Mahi fish tacos. Excellent. The boom boom shrimp tacos. Great. And the Seafood Alfredo, arguably some of the best I've ever had. Everything was fresh and tasty...reasonably priced and the service was friendly. Try it.
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Apr 01st, 2010 at 8:29 am
From: Crawfordsville, IN
By: sp


Avg. Rating:4.8
If you are looking for fresh seafood that is served in a friendly neighborhood manner with large portions then this is your place. Everything we had was great but the she crab soup is a must try. The seafood is cooked fresh as you order so be careful when you get it, it will be hot. If you are into fancy, then this is not your place. If you are into great seafood at a great price, then Mr. Fish is your place. It is a must for us whenever we visit the beach.
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Jan 29th, 2010 at 1:25 pm
From: Murrells Inlet, SC
By: ard


Avg. Rating:3
I think it is hit and miss as far as food is concerned. At my last visit my meal was well below par. The place could be a little cleaner.
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Sep 17th, 2009 at 10:30 pm
From: Troy, MI
By: jp


Avg. Rating:4
My wife and I ordered off from the "specials board". She had the Wahoo and I had the walnut encrusted Grouper. The fish was fresh, flaky and excellently prepared. The fries are fantastic. There is only one other place I have had fries like those in my life and it's in Port Huron Michigan. I highly recommend eating at Mr. Fish. This resturaunt could be on the show "Diners & Dives" for it's uniqueness and great food. We'll come back next time we visit Myrtle Beach.
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Sep 12th, 2009 at 10:18 am
From: murrells inlet, SC
By: jim


Avg. Rating:4.7
Mrs Fish is one of our best kept secrets. Many locals know this is the best place to go for fresh seafood at reasonable prices. The owners and staff make your meal even more enjoyable. Try it once and you will keep going back.
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Sep 03rd, 2009 at 4:52 pm
From: Pittsburgh, PA
By: lc


Avg. Rating:4.2
My family and I were looking for a seafood restaurant that was not a BUFFET for our last night in town. I had seen an advertisement for Mr. Fish on the beach tv program. We had remembered seeing it on our way back from Dixie Stampede the night before and it was packed. We went for take out b/c it was storming and my 3 year old fell asleep on the way. We ordered a variety of food, crabmeat mac&cheese-hushpuppies-flounder platter with garlic mashers-haddock sandwich with gumbo. All above and beyond in taste. I only wish we found this place sooner. We will be back and highly recommend. The owner even offered us a drink on him while we waited for our order. Such a cute little place with BIG BIG flavor!!!!!!!
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Aug 18th, 2009 at 3:26 pm
From: Rock Hll, SC
By: jb


Avg. Rating:2.3
The fish was excellent, but if you are bored, you can busy yourself squeezing grease out of the french fries. The waitress attempted to be helpful, but--we waited 50+ minutes to get our food. 9 other orders that were placed after us were filled first. We ordered a shrimp Po-boy and a shrimp platter so it was nothing special. They were the same price. I had 5 shrimp on my sandwich and my wife had a dozen on her platter. The only other difference was 2 limp pieces of lettuce and 2 paper thin slices of tomatoe on my sandwich, plus the hoagie roll. I should have taken the platter. The service was poor. 2 ladies at the next table started complaining about how in a hurry they were. They were immediately served. Service went downhill from there. If they would do some minor changing of space, they should be able to get 2-3 more tables. This was our second time there, and our last. There are too many other good seafood restaurants to put up with these service problems.
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Aug 16th, 2009 at 8:43 am
From: salisbury, NC
By: bt


Avg. Rating:2.8
We ate here because their website wanted to be on diners, dives, and driveins, our type of place. Well, this place will never make it. It's very small, and kind of hot. We went for lunch and I thought the specials for the day were outrageously priced. My husband got a crabcake sandwich which he said was goo. I got a bowl of gumbo which was extremely spicey and had NO shrimp whatsoever like the server said it would. The service was fine, the menu selections were limited, I thought. We tried it, but we won't return.
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Jul 20th, 2009 at 1:38 pm
From: Mount Airy, NC
By: jlj


Avg. Rating:4.3
I ordered take out on a chance, after seeing this place near where we were staying. It was a refreshing departure from the normal restaurant, because everyone was so friendly, and there was a specials board! It seemed full of love and I saw lots of locals. They offered me a water while I waited for my food, which was very nice. The food was so quickly prepared, and it turned out to be the best seafood I've eaten in Myrtle Beach! We had a crab cake sandwich and shrimp, flounder, and scallops. The hush puppies were so good, as was everything else. I am looking forward to eating here again! The prices were also better than other places.
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Jul 19th, 2009 at 10:21 am
From: virginia beach, VA
By: ap


Avg. Rating:3.8
Mr. Fish was recommended by the owner of the place we rented out. It's a hole-in-the-wall kind of place that you know will be filled with locals. Overall, it was hit and miss. My wife and I had the She-Crab soup. It was good, but it had a bit too much in fillers, like onions (which I detest) and celery. Entree's we had ranged from Outstanding (my Seafood Alfredo, which was delicious and loaded with shrimp and crabmeat) to Below Average (my wife's shrimp and grits, which was loaded with onions and green peppers and was inferior to the simpler dish in Charleston. In between, my daughter enjoyed her fish tacos while my son was not particularly pleased with his Fried Oyster Po' Boy, which I'd expect to be in Mr Fish's wheelhouse.
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Jul 17th, 2009 at 5:57 pm
From: conway, SC
By: nb


Avg. Rating:4.2
This is where you want to go for fresh, expertly-prepared seafood. It's extremely small, so the atmosphere and noise level are not close to a fine-dining establishment. Now, I love to dine at high-end places (being from the DC area originally); but for seafood I'll forego fanciness for taste and quality. The fried shrimp have a light batter that barely holds on; you can taste the sweetness of the shrimp. Portions are large, and they offer beer and wine. I am not a french fry eater, but theirs are the bomb! Check the 'specials' board before you order and be adventurous! As a local, this is one of my favorite places to eat seafood as it is intended.
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Mr. Fish
Posted: Jul 17th, 2009 at 3:27 pm
From: PAWLEYS ISLAND, SC
By: ak


Avg. Rating:4.7
Mr. Fish is without a doubt a no miss.It exudes a locals cool little seafood dive with a big surprise, the food.Everything is fresh and made to order however you want it cooked.No run of the mill fried joint here.Over 10 different fish to choose from with some awsome unique homemade sauces to accompany it.The blackberry wasabi was my fave of many.the shrimp and grits were by far the best ive had anywhere including charleston.The extra kicker is this place is cheap.Youd pay at least double anywhere else except there is no where else to get the Quality of freshness and broad choice.Dont miss it!
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