I recently went to Atlantic Fish in hopes of trying their Dine Out Boston (previously known as Restaurant week) menu. I didn’t realize it was only available on weekdays but my friends and I decided to stay and try their brunch items anyway. I had been wanting to try Atlantic Fish for awhile but just never got around to it.atlanticfish02

We started off with the Katama Bay oysters, as recommended by our server. They were sweet and succulent.


If I’m having brunch anywhere, 99% of the time I will order an eggs benedict if it’s available on the menu. I just love it THAT much. I have yet to perfect poaching eggs and making hollandaise sauce at home since it’s a bit of a hassle to cook (I prefer fuss free cooking).


I opted for the eggs benedict with lobster. It was everything a good eggs benedict to me should be – runny yolk & a rich lemony hollandaise sauce that wasn’t overpowering. It’s one of the best eggs benedict with seafood I’ve had.


My friend chose the lobster omelette which she said was also delicious. I do wish they’d separate the fruit away from the savory stuff on the plate. Getting hollandaise sauce on your oranges is not tasty.


Last but not least, we tried their creme brulee. (My birthday was coming up, hence the blown out candle)

My Picks: Katama Bay Oysters, Lobster Eggs Benedict (but ask for the fruit on the side)

Atlantic Fish
761 Boylston St 
Boston, MA 02116

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