We ate at the Fishwhistle for my husband’s birthday. The service was excellent and the food was delicious! I had the jambalaya, which was amazing. The service was excellent, as well. We will visit again!
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Had dinner there after our tour of Washington College. Easy to get to, great view of the Chester River and friendly folks in the restaurant. We wanted to get something to eat at a local place run by local people and that is easy here...More
Driving down the Eastern shore this fall stopped in for lunch , food was good service was very good an the beer was cold desserts were home made and great [ try the Tiramisu , it is worth the trip just for that ] ,...More
Ayce Oysters on Thursdays. Raw, oyster stew, and quite a variety of prepared oysters. Oysters Rockefeller, oysters with crab imperial, mushroom, salsa, etc. All were very good to excellent. Austin our waiter was great, as was all the staff. We will be returning soon!
I visit here from time to time, but have never reviewed the restaurant before. I usually stop in and sit at the bar. I love the view of the Chester River from the restaurant and bar. Everyone is very friendly and its a nice atmosphere....More
The food is good, nothing spectacular. The service was ok the hostess wasn't that friendly. My daughter and son in law enjoyed the crab cakes. Desert sizes huge.
This place has been around for ages — it’s a “just-ok,” pricy place for what you get. They tout their fish tacos as one of their specialties. They are awful! Don’t order them. If you do go for lunch, be sure to request Kelly as...More
While visiting Chestertown, we decided to stop at The Fish Whistle based on an enthusiastic recommendation, and we were not disappointed. We both asked for salads. I got Blackened Monk Fish over a Caesar Salad, and my wife had the Mini-Crabcakes over a Caesar Salad....More
Visited last week for all-you-can-eat oysters. Oysters were good but service seriously lacking. Our favorite waitress, Ann, was not there and we were told she “didn’t work here anymore”. That’s too bad because she was friendly and efficient. Probably won’t be a regular here anymore...More
had the chance to eat at the Fish Whistle during the annual Down Rgging of many tall ships. i had the fish and chips and my wife had crab cakes. Plenty of fish and chips but the crab cakes were very small for the price.