Surf is a high end Seafood restaurant that lives up to it's price-tag. It's a nice intimate setting (can be a bit too intimate on a busy night) in the heart of Nashua's dining district. The food is top notch and consistently pleasing in both its quality and creativity. A personal favorite is the Seafood Stew which melds multiple flavors into a spicy broth that is sublime. It's so good I try to recreate it at home but never quite reach that level of culinary exstatcy.
This restaurant is top notch. Love to enjoy the sidewalk patio on a summer evening with appetizers of a unique quality and specialty wines. The regular menu anytime is amazing, but I have to say the seafood nachos are out of this world along with the fried tomato salad and the raw bar as well. A fine dining restaurant with fabulous entree choices as well. Have never had a bad experience here and always enjoy the top service provided as well.
Great Restaurant owned by Michael Timothy, owner of a restaurant by his name across the street. He is an exceptional chef. Food was incredible, service was not the best but it was a friday night. We were also seated right next to the kitchen, which my husband wasn't happy about. If you're looking for great tasting seafood, come to Surf.
My wife and I visited SURF on the recommendation from a friend who raved about a Tuna and wasabi mashed potato dish. Called the restaurant to make a reservation and was told they only accept them for parties of 7 or more, but to arrive around 7:30pm (between their early crowd and late crowd and we should get seated no problem). We arrived at 7:30pm and were told that there was a 45 - 60 minute wait, which actually was 20 minutes. Specialty drinks, very pricey, other spirits were about standard price. The food was very reasonably priced, I would not say expensive by any stretch, especially in Nashua, NH. The few patrons that we talked to were from the metro Boston area and the lakes region of NH. The restaurant and was very unique, and not the typical dining that would normally be found in Nashua. This is not your typical seafood restaurant, excluding the raw bar, with interesting dishes and pairings of ingredients and sides. For apps. we had mussels from the menu and ahi tuna from the raw bar, both very good. Entrees were a tuna dish and a swordfish dish that were both cooked perfectly. Desert was a small piece of a dense flourless chocolate cake, that wasn't particularly memorable, but who cares at a seafood restaurant. All said, the food was good, the atmosphere was outdated and a bit of a Jersey Shore/Boca Raton mix that needed help.
The service was mediocre at best but I never had an empty water glass. In my experience, each drink had to be ordered twice because my server constantly forgot about my orders.
I would recommend Surf to anybody in the area looking to have a good meal. Enjoy..