Thursday, December 27, 2012

Best Seafood in Boston: Go Fish Food Truck

FA Rating: FFF
Price: $

I can't wait to try every single thing these guys make.

Smoked Cod/ Chorizo Puck Slider $2.50

Then I saw they had a condiment table:

Olive Oil, Balsamic Vinegar, Salt, Malt Vinegar, Red Pepper Aioli, Chipotle Aioli, Tabasco Sauce (also ketchup and an unlabeled tomato-involving but really interesting and not at all ketchupy sauce in that other tube up there.)

I had two bites, then I adorned my slider with the interesting sauce options:

Smoked Cod / Chorizo Puck Slider with Red Pepper Aioli, Mystery Red Sauce, and Chipotle Aioli

The chipotle aioli, the red pepper aioli and whatever that red sauce was were all delights on the already delicious slider. It was so fucking soft and dense and juicy and flavorful and different/interesting (not to mention fresh) without sauce, but how could I resist trying all of them? As you know, orange is the perfect sauce color.

This slider actually reminded me of the burger I had at Social Eatz, a burger I wanted to marry and have babies with. Now I suppose I'll have to be a polygamist. Social Eatz and Go Fish also both have awesome orange sauces and totally awesome menus. Yup, this place will join the ranks of my favorite restaurants list.

They were giving free cups of lobster pumpkin bisque with porcini if you mentioned reading their tweet about it. Normally it's $3.75 for a cup of $4.95 for a bowl.

Lobster fucking pumpkin bisque?! You mean, the two best bisques put together?!!!  Hell to the yes, please. Creamy, rich and delicious, and thankfully with no Malibu Rum.

Crab Slider - $2.99

I can't even tell you how good this was. Such silky crab and creaminess with those malevolently soft potato rolls (malevolent in that they make me want to eat half a dozen more). It was right after I accidentally squirted hot sauce onto myself (and they have about 8 more fun hot sauce bottles than last time I visited) and my eyes were rolling back into my head in the ecstasy of this slider that the cameraman from Eat St. asked if he could interview me.

This was the daily menu right after they crossed off my dessert, as I apparently ordered the last one.

Grilled pumpkin banana nut bread with caramel $2.50

Um, yeah, it was amazing. I'm adding this to my list of breads I'd use in my hypothetical future all Elvis sandwich shop. Just imagine two slices of it with bacon and peanut butter in between.

Go Fish (Food Truck) on Urbanspoon

By the Christian Science Building

On the water

Main Menu

Weekly Slider Situation

Dessert Menu