imaginative little place just off of town in a cool location lunch and dinner selections were great..soups were also a big hit
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Good food in a cafeteria type environment: the wine was expensive and wasn't sold by the bottle. It was somewhat noisy.
Place is very small, cafeteria style, you feel cramped and it gets so loud there, hard to enjoy. Food was ok, price is good, but who wants spaghetti as a side dish? Dish I ordered suppose to have zucchini spaghetti for a side, (accordingly menu),...More
We can't rave about the food. This is a small restaurant that serves fresh fish caught daily. The fish was fresh, but not too flavorful.
This was a fun little restaurant to stop in while sight-seeing in St. Augustine. The service was very good! I was having a difficult time deciding between two dishes and the server chatted with me about it and made a recommendation which was exactly what...More
We stopped here for supper one night and sat outside. It was very cozy and not much of a crowd as it is a little away from the main area. I had the fish tacos and my sister had the gumbo. Both were really good....More
First of all, the place is small. I mean really small. They have a small-ish patio on the side of the converted house, but apparently it fills up fast. We were told we'd have to wait about an hour to get a seat out there...More
After hearing rave reviews and having trouble getting reservations we finally got a table for dinner. Our waiter was attentive and pleasant but we found the food more on the average side. I had the rustic fish dish which was flounder served with rice and...More
We went to Catch 27 twice because it was so good. Sat outside, which was beautiful. We had the fish of the day, Flounder, then also tried the bacon wrapped meatloaf. Both are good, but go with the fish.