Bonefish Grill is one of my cousins’ favorite restaurants for fresh fish dishes. I was curious why they liked it so much.
I always thought Americans didn’t eat much fish and seafood so I was surprised to see the restaurant packed so early. The bar area was equally full. It was a good thing we had a reservation.
The bang bang shrimp was actually a pale imitation of Nobu’s rock shrimp tempura w/ spicy sauce. If you haven’t tried Nobu’s shrimp then this was not bad at all.
bang bang shrimp $5 on Wednesdays
All entrees were served with fresh seasonal vegetables and a side item of your choice. The side I chose was the super delicious and cheesy potatoes au gratin.
Imperial Longfin was actually tilapia. The menu described the preparation as “pan-seared, baked, stuffed with shrimp, scallops, crab meat, lemon caper butter.” How could I resist that?
It was absolutely delicious! If fish tasted like this I could eat it everyday.
Imperial Longfin $18.40
Sha had the king salmon grilled on a cedar plank. Her salmon had an herb crumb and chorizo topping. Her sides were herbed jasmine rice and French green beans.
Alaskan king salmon $22.50
La ordered monkfish which was also known as poor man’s lobster. I tried it and it did resemble the flavor and texture of lobster. It was served over a mound of rice with spicy Asian sauce and vegetables.
wild drunken monkfish $18.70
All our fish dishes were excellent. Bonefish Grill also had different fishes simply grilled with your choice of sauces. This is one restaurant I want to go back to.
13005 Lee Jackson Memorial Hwy,
Fairfax, VA 22033
telephone: (703) 378-4970
Monday to Thursday 4-10pm
Friday 4-11 pm
Saturday 3-11 pm
Sunday 2-9 pm
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Bonefish Grill restaurant is the best place to dine for sea food dishes in the whole of America ever since 2000. It offers long list of menu items that would certainly make to revisit this place again. Get hold of the free coupons so as to save some money during your next visit.