Fish Daddy's Seafood and Grill is a Tulsa favorite for seafood

By Sheila Stogsdill Modified: July 12, 2010 at 4:22 pm •  Published: April 16, 2009
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TULSA — You can sitting on the patio of Fish Daddy's Seafood and Grill, sipping a cool drink while the sun sets and the staff prepares your meal.

That’s what has earned Fish Daddy’s Seafood and Grill the distinction of being a Tulsa favorite for seafood.

John and Sidney Welsh have owned and operate the restaurant for eight years. They have a second Fish Daddy’s Seafood and Grill in Austin, Texas.

While Fish Daddy’s prices are 15 to 20 percent lower than those at some of the fine-dining seafood restaurants, the food is certainly not of lesser quality.

“Everything is fresh,” said Ryan Hall, kitchen supervisor. “We bring everything in fresh from Austin (Texas)."

The seafood cuisine is Cajun Creole flair. The restaurant is designed with an open kitchen so customers can view how the food is prepared.

The restaurant’s most popular entree is the Fish Daddy’s Patter, which has the customer’s choice of three entrees and two side dishes. An average priced dinner is around $9.

Other favorite dishes are ribs, Hawaiian chicken and steaks.

While the restaurant is more of a family-styled easting establishment, there is large bar around a flat screen television that seats 24 customers, Hall said.

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Hours
11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday to Friday
11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday
11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday

Phone
(918) 307-1388

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