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January 4, 2007
My sister and her husband raved about this seafood place that "had the best fish". So when I visited D.C., I had to try it myself. I love fish, crab, shrimp, etc., so local and fresh seafood was a must try. We actually visited the restaurant that is located in Reagan National Airport. The atmosphere had quite a bit to be desired. Most of the seating is out in the airport, so it is crowded and noisy. The tables were so close together that the waitress was constantly hitting my mother. The service was adequate. Our waitress was very busy and had, what I thought was, too many tables.The menu had numerous kinds of fresh fish. My sister had a sampler plate that included shrimp and cod. The cod was tender and light in taste. My parents both had the white fish sandwich. Again, the fish was tender and tasty. I had the crab cakes. They were full of large lumps of crab and the cakes more or less fell apart because of the amount of crab in the cakes. They were very good.
Overall the experience was good. I did not like the location and the noise. I did like the food, but felt it was over priced for the amount of food you received. I would go back for the food, but next time I want to visit one of the other locations for a more relaxed dining experience. www.legalseafoods.com
From journal Visiting Washington DC
August 13, 2003
The food is delicious whether having a hamburger with coleslaw at lunch or rainbow trout at dinner. The seaweed salad was excellent and something not many restaurants offer.
The menu is extensive and the desserts are delicious, but I seldom have room. The service was very attentive. I plan to return whenever possible.
From journal Spying in D.C.
Washington, District of Columbia
August 15, 2001
Fuddruckers at the corner of 7th and H is a Fridays-type-place hamburger and fries
place and is better than Legal Seafood for those looking for a quicker meal.
From journal Finally, Good Food By the Mall