Really high quality fish and seafood. Still going strong! Since 1904. I buy almost all my fish here!
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I was looking for a good authentic Fish and Chips place in the Back Bay area, and came here based on online searches. If you are looking for ambience or decor, this is NOT for you. I almost walked away, but glad I did not....More
Just a simple fish market and restaurant. Your surroundings are nothing to write home about. But the fish a seafood is. The fried haddock and fried clams were fried perfectly, moist, meaty, and tender. Simple breading that let the flavor come through. There is plenty...More
Delicious fresh seafood! Came here with the kids straight from the airport. Not fancy, but delicious. The best haddock I have ever had.
Morse Fish Co. is.....well just ok. The clams are greasy. I use to go there when I was a kid and they were definitely better then. There was sawdust on the floor and cars would park diagonally outside. The place has changed and the clams...More
It seems almost shocking to find a place so down-to-earth in the South End, but Morse Fish is definitely not trendy. Not only that, but the variety of fish and seafood in the standard local preparations turns out very well, the fish fresh and tasty,...More
Apparently this is an iconic spot in Boston for simple seafood. That may be the case, but I think we have moved on a little as a society that certain standards of decor are expected if trading as a restaurant. We were only here to...More
Morse has been in the neighborhood forever and still has the best freshest selection of fish. Grab some and pop it on the grill. They also cook mainly fried fish meals, just average but a good bargain.
Great prices for solid seafood! I got the lobster roll and my friend got the catfish and we were both satisfied. Everyone was incredibly friendly - will definitely be coming back!
If you are looking for a "grab & go", and want some of the best seafood around, consider Morse Fish Company. That is the end of the story. If you are looking for good chemistry, and an inviting, scenic restaurant, this IS NOT the place...More