Bonefish Grill just opened up in the West End and, judging by the website, the menu looked awesome!
I really wanted to go here. Jason said it looked like a great place to try, so we made reservations one night after our dancing lesson.
I really liked how the inside of the restaurant looked. The staff was really nice and was helpful at suggesting things to try.
I absolutely loved the appetizer that we tried, Bang Bang Shrimp; it’s breaded shrimp with a yummy sauce over a bed of shredded lettuce.
I ordered a filet of trout and they cooked the fish really well. I also ordered some corn chowder soup and that was really yummy.
This place isn’t the best for signature drinks, but if you want a really good place to have seafood, go here. Oh, I almost forgot to say the bread was die for!
I would go back there to just eat the bread, the shrimp appetizer, and the corn chowder soup.
By the way, they forgot to bring out my soup with my meal, so they decided not to even charge us for it. I thought that was a really nice touch.
I will say that this place is on the fancy side, so if you want to impress someone without breaking your budget, this is the place to go.
I give this place 5 out of 5 pants off
Linda and I spend a lot of time in the West End development in St. Louis Park, so we were excited to see a new restaurant opening up there.
Bonefish Grill looks a bit on the fancy side, but doesn’t get all the way over into pretentious, which is nice. All told, we spent $93, which included four drinks.
We started out with the Bang Bang Shrimp on the waitress’s suggestion, and it was oh-my-god good.
I followed that up with the Ahi Tuna Steak, with mango salsa, which was good. I really like mangoes.
The bread was phenomenal. I’d go there just to eat Bang Bang Shrimp and bread.
I give it 5 out of 5 pants off.