If I could round out my perfect Charleston meal, with appetizers from FIG and dessert from High Cotton, the main meal would be concocted at the French-inspired Chez Fish. Found at 3966 Betsy Kerrison Parkway, Chez Fish was the previously mentioned finally re-opened favorite, after the restaurant took a three year hiatus.
My mom, dad, and I made the chef and server’s job very easy during this meal. Three people. Three orders of the local flounder in a lemon caper sauce with julienned carrots, peppers, zucchini, and onions. Typically also served with rice, the veggies are tasty enough to nix the rice and order double the veggies. With a forkful of the flounder, veggies, and generous sauce, every bite was a perfect one. The best part about this dish is the fact that you don’t feel stuffed when you finish!!
Not only is Chez Fish a great place for a stunning meal, if you prefer to prepare the fish at home, you can pick up a local fresh selection in their fish market in the front of the store.
No official website, but for more pictures, information, and the scrumptious menu, you can visit their facebook page HERE.