Surely it's harder to cook for a large party, as one would think. Not for Fish on King Street. In fact, did not, had not planned to review this meal, but it was so good, I can't control myself. As usual, I requested that the chef prepare what he/she preferred for me. They presented the Tomato & Mozzarella (housemade panko fried mozzarella, thai basil, sweet soy vinaigrette). If you love caprese salads, this is your personal heaven. Then I had the Bouillabaisse (sautéed | local fish, scallops, shrimp, clams, potatoes, bok choy, mushrooms, carrots, baguette, coconut lemongrass broth), which was not extraordinary, but still good. May have been overdone. And their desserts, I'm sorry I did not write the description down. One was a s'mores souffle type, the other was a chocolately orange zesty caramel drizzled thing. I want to meet the pastry chef!
The bad: Can't think of any. Other than the restaurant did turn into a hoppin' cool bar for the 20 somethings later in the evening. But that could be a good thing too.
The good: Going above and beyond with a large group. Exceptional actually.
In conclusion: Would definitely go back, again and again.