Little Fish Reviewed
Kirsten Henri visits tiny Little Fish in Queen Village and finds a satisfying surprise.
The room is lovely, with ebony wood paneling that glistens against creamy painted brick walls, but itâ€™s also tiny. Squishy. Cramped, even. If you have issues with personal space, close-talking or eavesdropping, be warned that youâ€™ll likely encounter all three. Thereâ€™s also an open kitchen that dominates the room. Depending on your temperament (and the girth of the party sitting at the next table) you might find the weeness charming or mildly uncomfortable. But itâ€™s worth braving the close quarters for the food.
And on Sundays Little Fish still has a great deal, 5-course prix fix menu for $28.