0.5 miles
36-37 St Clements Street, Oxford, OX4 1AB
Fishers, a friendly and informal restaurant situated a short stroll from the centre of Oxford, first opened in 1995 and has since established itself as one of the city's premier seafood eateries. After perusing the blackboard menu, we understood why - each dish listed was as mouth-watering as the last.

All fish used is delivered daily from Cornwall, and the evening menu, two-course set lunch and light lunch options change depending on the catch. The chefs at Fishers keep their fare simple in order to showcase the light, fresh flavours of seafood at its best. We started with Cromer crab gratin with a Cheddar cheese and breadcrumb topping, and succulent pan-fried king scallops with a piquant chilli and lime dressing. Both were beautifully presented in scallop shells, and tasted as fantastic as they looked. For mains, I chose the grilled fillet of stone bass with herb risotto and shellfish bisque; the crispy skin of the fish contrasted beautifully with the smooth, creamy risotto. My partner, meanwhile, was delighted with his fillet of ling wrapped in Parma ham, served with Puy lentils and juicy roasted cherry tomatoes.

We finished by sampling the light and zesty key lime pie and a plentiful portion of Eton Mess, both of which were utterly moreish. Our meal only confirmed what we already knew - that Fishers is an absolute must for every seafood aficionado
Opening Hours:
Sat:12pm-3pm, 6pm-10.30pm
Sun:12pm-3pm, 6pm-10.30pm

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