***** (4 stars, based on 6 reviews)
83 Marion Road (Route 6), Mattapoisett, MA 02739
Turk's Seafood is a seafood restaurant and sushi bar in Mattapoisett, MA, that Boston's Hidden Restaurants has not yet reviewed, but is considered a restaurant of interest by this Web site. Below is a section where our readers can give us their own reviews of Turk's Seafood.
Sample items on the menu at Turk's Seafood include lobster bisque, fried sole, Portuguese littlenecks, sushi, and sashimi.
Cuisine: seafood, sushi
Cost: moderately inexpensive
Location: South Coast of Massachusetts
One Reason to Go: varied, eclectic menu
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*****rrp from Mattapoisett, MA, says:
I have been going to Turks since they opened they have made great progress year after year great menus on both sushi side and restaurant side very imaginative ideas freshest seafood always a hit with my friends.
(Posted on 1/23/12)
*****dm from Fall River, MA, says:
We've been going to Turks for about 3 years and have seen a steady decline this last year in food preparation and quality. Small fried shrimp, uncooked french fries and bottomless pit of grease beneath a seafood plate. We have over heard others stating the same disappointments so we know we are on track with this evaluation. We heard that a line cook has left that was very experienced. A customer who knows the owner told us. We and our friends will no longer go to Turks. Greasy and uncooked no thanks!!!!
(Posted on 6/24/11)
*****tl from Providence, RI, says:
Exceptional....the best!!! It is by far the freshest sushi I have ever had. I have eaten at some of the best sushi spots around the country and they have the best sushi. Never a bad meal, serving and roll creation are unbelievable... everyone I bring there raves about it. Take out is in a great packaging, making it easy to get large orders for parties, home etc....
(Posted on 10/3/10)
Phenomenal seafood and wide variety of seafood and feels like 2 restaurants as you have the down to earth Cape feeling in the older dining rooms, and the sushi bar to choose from; healthy food, sushi bar atmosphere is fun and has low key feel making it a great place to spend a friday night after a long work week in Boston; friendly people, cheap prices, the freshest seafood on the Cape, widest variety menu.
(Posted on 12/22/09)
*****RTC from Fairhaven, MA, says:
The acoustics are terrible and made worse by the loud conversations between hostess and servers in very close proximity to the patrons. If seated in the first dining room, one is exposed to repeated drafts from a door that lacks an automatic closer. Patrons often have to get up and close the door when the weather is cold.
The lighting shows no creativity and is quite glaring.
At our recent and final visit (10-30-09), the lobster roll was sparse and stringy and the accompanying clam chowder contained bits "rubber" clams and one piece of potato. A "cup" of tea, served in a styrofoam cup with tea bag will cost you 1.79, and you have ask for sugar.
The restaurant has been in business for some 20 years but has failed to make a real investment in the main dining rooms. Soundproofing, carpeting and more subtle lighting are just a few of the improvements needed along with the addition of real clams to the chowder.
(Posted on 10/30/09)
*****JMG from Providence, RI, says:
You can't beat Turks for good, fresh seafood at any price! It's not a fancy dining experience, but well worth the trip!
(Posted on 11/30/08)
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