Unless you are going with someone who is NOT a vegetarian, think you might find a better spot. I personally am a Pescetarian and love their smoked fish and calamari. Rest of family eats everything so we all get to enjoy something tasty.
Great spot for brunch with bunch of people.
Salads are always a good option but I think they could do a pasta dish with vegetables instead if you don't eat fish.
My partner is a vegetarian who eats fish so she might be able to help. I will revert soon.
I have found that many chefs, with two or three days notice, are happy to procure ingredients to accommodate off-menu, special diets....nuts, tofu, etc. the worst that will happen is you'll hear no.
I would think the salad menu as a first choice. I would also imagine they could make up a platter of some of their sides such as mixed vegetables, rice, and a few different types of potatoes. They could also add sliced tomatoes, or some coleslaw. It would not be as good as going to a vegetarian restaurant where there would be a larger menu selection, but it would be fine to join your friends and family who are not vegetarians.
Naturally salads and veggies as side dishes. I believe you can go on their website and look at their menu. Their food is great overall. And to sit outside on the water is lovely too.
I would check their menu on line before going
Salads are the only vegetarian option I can think of, but I wasn't looking, since I went for the fish. FYI, there are LOTS of vegetarian restaurants around there -- just not the Fish Market.
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