As we were on look for a supper place this was recommended by friends. It was a bit of a lineup. Orders placed at counter and number called. Menu was varied and I was able to try a couple of new things not native to...More
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Atmosphere is quaint. Food is standard fast fried food fare. The catfish was good. Shrimp was OK. Oysters were OK. The biggest detractor to the fried seafood was the ammount and texture of the breading. Basically that is all you taste. There may have been...More
Stopped in on the recommendation of a local and was not disappointed. My fried shrimp were delicious and quickly served. if you want some seafood in Little Rock, this is the place
My aunt took me and my husband there after a 7 hour drive from Houston. We were tired and hungry. When we walked in, we found a line, but my aunt was raving about it. We went through the line in about 10 minutes and...More
Located diagonal from the Oppenheim food market, this chain (at least there's one in Memphis, too) has a fun vibe, is casual, and has good food - fried seafood, grilled seafood, gumbos, po boys, salads. The lobster stew, served with two pieces of garlic bread,...More
Read the reviews on Trip Advisor, and they were all true! Fast service, fresh delicious seafood, delightful ambiance. Will definitely return for the crispy oyster salad and Jalepeno poppers! Highly recommend this family friendly establishment.
We love to eat here. I consider myself a catfish connoisseur and this place never disappoints. Very casual and friendly. You order at the kitchen where you can see all food being prepared. If you order the fried catfish, be sure to order it snappy....More
I ate at this rustic restaurant and enjoyed myself to the fullest. The service was quick and the food was steaming hot when we reveived it. I would return and tell my friends to eat there when in Little Rock. I would say at least...More
This place is really good at preparing their specialties--especially fried fish. We've also had the smoked trout which was outstanding.
Anytime we are in the River Market area we find a way to hit up the Flying Fish. It is kind of tucked away but locals know it and it is always packed. The look is a little kitschy but in a fun way. Prices...More