Boston Fish Market, Wheeling, IL

Boston Fish Market, Wheeling, IL
3 (60.45%) 44 votes

Boston Fish Market at 412 N. Milwaukee Avenue is taking anonymous reviews in the comment section below – no name or email required.

Boston Fish Market features fresh seafood dinners and a full bar in a 400-seat restaurant.

Boston Fish Market
412 N Milwaukee Ave
Wheeling, IL 60090
Menu: bostonfishmkt.com
Map: google.com/maps

9 Replies to “Boston Fish Market, Wheeling, IL”

  1. mon dec 10 had lunch noon its great no its better than great full menu 1\2 pound size fried fish lunchs you name it they have it if you want a salad they have 10 salads there big enough for 2-3 people sandwitchs there is a dozen to pick from each looked better than the next, lunch server in baskets dinner menu served on plates yes they have meat on the menu now for the service our server knew everything and everything on the menu menu $$$ but worth it it be clear I will be back

  2. Knowing that this was opening week, we were prepared for some minor quirks; however, nothing prepared us for the disappointment we experienced after waiting years for this restaurant to open. Summary below:

    Ordered the saganaki appetizer. It arrived cold and congealed. We anxiously waited for the tableside flaming to melt and warm it up; however, our server informed us that the flaming was done in the kitchen for this menu item. I then asked if it was supposed to be served with bread. Our server then brought us the same cheesy bread that was served in the complimentary breadbasket that did not go well with the saganaki.

    My husband ordered the salmon. Be forewarned; if you want it blackened, it will be an additional $5.00. He said it was OK, but he has had better.

    I ordered the fried jumbo shrimp. They were overdone and chewy. My fries were cold and it took ten minutes to receive a new order that were warm at best.

    Won’t be returning!

  3. it open now let give them a chance to work out the kinks lets not start writing reviews that try to hurt them they put millions of dollars in 2 years of there lives hopes and dreams its a lot bigger than des plains they will work out the little or big bugs lets give them a chance

  4. Lots of kinks to work out. Servers who can’t explain menu items, no coffee or tea because the water lines aren’t hooked up yet, not busy, but long wait for food and it came lukewarm?
    Not real impressive first impression.

  5. can not wait till you are open your restaurant should do well you have the best fresh fish I ever tastes in years I stop at your Des Places what a joy.

  6. When will your opening day be? We saw that the sign said Opening Fall 2018 and that you are taking applications for job placement but still did not see an opening date. Just wondering…

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