St. George / St. Dominic Savio - 4/18/2014

by Nathan on February 18th, 2015

Overall (3 of 5)

Closing out the fish fry season is always bittersweet.  This year was no exception.  With the final landing at St. George (combined with St. Dominic Savio) we were excited to visit another new fish fry (for us at least) and visit with some family, too.  The St. George fish fry was a simple, yet well-planned fish fry.  They have a wide selection of fried and baked fish to order plus a wide variety of tasty sides.  Order the Mac & Cheese and you won’t be disappointed.  Add toasted raviolis on top of the already diverse selection, and you have something for everyone. 

There’s not much hoopla going on other than serving food and drinks, and you’ll definitely be able to find your way once you find a parking spot.  If you’re looking for a fish fry with a lot of food options and a place to spend an hour or two chatting with folks, the fish fry at St. George is perfect for you.  If you’re looking for raffles, music or anything outside the basic fish fry, you might want to find another fish fry to go to.  While the dessert selection was lacking, it makes up with delicious fish and sides.  Great fish fry everyone!!

Fish and Main Dishes

VARIETY:  Fried Cod, Baked TilapiaFried Alaskan White, Fried Catfish, Grilled Cheese, or Fried Shrimp

TASTE:  The fried cod was pretty good for a frozen fish patty.  The fried catfish was good, as was the fried shrimp.  I didn’t get to taste the Alaskan White

VALUE:  $7.50 for a fish dinner with two sides.  $5 for a fish sandwich with no sides, and $4 for an extra portion of fish (with dinner purchase only).
 
CONDIMENTS:  Individual packets of ketchup, tartar sauce, cocktail sauce, butter, a bowl of grated parmesan cheese, fresh lemon wedges, marinara sauce, and bottles of maple syrup.

 

Side Dishes

VARIETY:  Mostaccioli, Cole Slaw, Green Beans, Hush Puppies, Apple Sauce, and Mac & Cheese.
 
TASTE:  I recommend ordering the mac & cheese.  It was very cheesy and delicious.  The mostaccioli was very good, especially with the fresh parmesan cheese.  The green beans and slaw were good, too.  I didn’t try the applesauce or the hush puppies

VALUE:  Good sized portions.  $1.50 per extra side dish.

Beverages and Desserts

VARIETY:  Mostaccioli, Cole Slaw, Green Beans, Hush Puppies, Apple Sauce, and Mac & Cheese.
 
TASTE:  I recommend ordering the mac & cheese.  It was very cheesy and delicious.  The mostaccioli was very good, especially with the fresh parmesan cheese.  The green beans and slaw were good, too.  I didn’t try the applesauce or the hush puppies

VALUE:  Good sized portions.  $1.50 per extra side dish.

 

Atmosphere and Extras

Everyone working at the fish fry was extremely nice and good spirited.  We saw our McLaughlin part of the family which is always a pleasure, so the definitely boosted the good atmosphere.  Not much else but food and drinks going on at the fish fry, but that allows them to focus on the quality.  They had cheese-filled toasted raviolis available for $3 for 6 pieces.  St. George also had recycling trash cans around the room.  Great job!!
 

Signage and Flow of Line

With plenty of signs outside the church and along the way in, you definitely know which way to go for “dine-in” and “Carry-out.”  They had plenty of menus posted inside as well.  If you get lost, you’re probably texting too much or not paying attention.  There are plenty of signs directing you where you want to go.

 


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