What a gem this place is! I was looking for somewhere on the water to dine one lazy Saturday late afternoon and remembered hearing good things about One Fish Two Fish. I live off Shore Dr and thought since its not too far i should probably check it out Thinking I might need reservations but fearing that I had waited too late as it was already 5:30pm, I called and spoke with the hostess. They only had a 6:30pm and an 8:30pm left. I jumped on the 6:30pm as I was starving and not wanting to wait too late. I called a friend and ask her to meet me there. It's a little difficult to find but that's the only thing I can say that is the least bit negative. From the minute you walk in, everyone is so very welcoming and friendly. I asked it there was anything available out on the beautiful screened in porch and was shown to a lovely table overlooking the Lynnhaven Inlet. It was so relaxing and just exactly what I had in mind after a long day. My waitress suggested the perfect glass of Riesling while I waited for my friend to join me. I just sat there so content, enjoying the beauty of the area. And then my friend arrived and we had dinner. Everything was absolutely delicious! I had the Mahi Mah, my friend had Talipia and we both just beamed as we ate, almost not wanting to spoil our enjoyment with conversation. We then lingered and enjoyed the sunset over coffee and the most scrumptious Creme Brulee's I have ever had. The wait staff was so attentive which was generously reflected in my tip. My friend has since been back with her boyfriend for her birthday and I am looking forward to another visit for mine in about 2 weeks. I cant say enough about how fabulous this restaurant is and have shared as much with pretty much everyone I know. Its just too good to selfishly keep to myself, although I kinda want to.....
Pros: Wonderful Atmosphere, Attentive Service, Delicious Food and Wine
Cons: Way of the beaten path-a little difficult to locate