Quito's Fish Market

★★★★★

About Quito's Fish Market

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Sun 11:30am-8pm, Mon-Sat 11:30am-9pm

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Abslolutely awsome seafood. The best fried whole clams I've had in years. Nice atmosphere, right near the water

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Abslolutely awsome seafood. The best fried whole clams I've had in years. Nice atmosphere, right near the water

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The view is positivly awe-inspiring, as it is located RIGHT on the water with the option of sitting outisde in nice weather; the restaurant itself is not even open in the winter time.

The seafood is fresh and delicious, and their specialties, scallop cassaroles, are fantastic: the food simply melts in your mouth. They seafood pasta dishes are quite oily, but if you ask for very light on the oil, it should be fine.

Definately a GREAT place to go eat for the veiw and the food. It appears to be a little shoreside shack at first, but it is well kept, decorated, and lighted on the inside; a very deceptive appearance!

The prices are reasonable, especailly for seafood, with dishes between 10 and 20 dollars. Each dish easily feeds one person, often with quite a bit of leftovers. The seafood portions in particular are generous for what you are paying: plenty of shrimp in shrimp dishes, plenty of scallops in scallop dishes; definately not scimpy on the seafood.

The atmosphere is casual, and attire is casual. Owned and run by a family, and members of the family are working most of the time right on site.

We go to Quito's every time we are in the area, and it is our favorite seafood place in rhode island.

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★★★★★

The view is positivly awe-inspiring, as it is located RIGHT on the water with the option of sitting outisde in nice weather; the restaurant itself is not even open in the winter time.

The seafood is fresh and delicious, and their specialties, scallop cassaroles, are fantastic: the food simply melts in your mouth. They seafood pasta dishes are quite oily, but if you ask for very light on the oil, it should be fine.

Definately a GREAT place to go eat for the veiw and the food. It appears to be a little shoreside shack at first, but it is well kept, decorated, and lighted on the inside; a very deceptive appearance!

The prices are reasonable, especailly for seafood, with dishes between 10 and 20 dollars. Each dish easily feeds one person, often with quite a bit of leftovers. The seafood portions in particular are generous for what you are paying: plenty of shrimp in shrimp dishes, plenty of scallops in scallop dishes; definately not scimpy on the seafood.

The atmosphere is casual, and attire is casual. Owned and run by a family, and members of the family are working most of the time right on site.

We go to Quito's every time we are in the area, and it is our favorite seafood place in rhode island.

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