Fish City Grill variety keeps patrons coming back for more

Oklahoman Modified: July 12, 2010 at 2:11 pm •  Published: September 11, 2009

Sometimes you find a restaurant that is so great you just can’t quit thinking about it. It’s a place that one just has to go back to for more.

Fish City is just that. It will keep you coming back for its variety of dishes that make you want to try them all. Whether the food is blackened, fried, or grilled, Fish City does it well.

It was founded in 1995 in Dallas and originally was known as Half Shells. The business has expanded to an impressive 29 stores in six states.

Fish City is a corporate restaurant, but its owners pride themselves on having a business run more like a “mom-and-pop” place. If you have visited a Fish City and you don’t find an item you used to order, just ask. If possible, the staff will fix it.

Fish City has specials on the blackboard every day, but pasta changes daily. The most popular item on the menu by far is the signature fish tacos. They are served with tuna, catfish, salmon, or tilapia, grilled, fried, or blackened.

The restaurant is at 1389 E 15th Street in Edmond, on the corner of of Bryant and 15th.

Donald Prichett is the manager and Chris McKenna the head chef.

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