I have been there 2 times. Very crowded
and poor service. My first experiance with my family had my dinner not comming until 10 minutes after everyone else.
My second experiance was with a group of 8 and I ordered soup and bang bang tacos. The soup never came. I spoke to the manager at the door as I left and told him of my experiance with his resturant. His response was that I had been with a large group and that caused the error. Not even an I'm sorry.
Never a Bad Exerience.
I always take my aunt and uncle to Bonefish when they come in town. They love the restaurant and the food and service are always top notch. This is not to say that I don't go there at other times with my friends!!!! If you want a great meal at a fair price with friendly service, Bonefish is a good choice!!!!!!!
Still the Best Restaurant in Coral Springs after 5 years!!!!!.
I recently ate at the Bonefish Grill in Coral Springs and all I can say is AMAZING!!!! After 5 years on restaurant row in Coral Springs(University DR) they are still the best in town. Our appetizer the BangBang Shrimp is to die for, crispy on the outside, tender on the inside and nice and spicy. Our sever Daniel was amazing, one of the most genuine servers my family has ever encountered dining out. If you go ask for him. As far as drinks go their martinis are absolutely amazing, and they have consistently been improving their wine list. Make sure to look at their featured and reserve wine lists for some outstanding bottles of wine all rated highly in Wine Spectator Magazine and reasonably priced for the quality of the wine. The Chilean Seabass Oscar which is generously topped with asparagus and jumbo lump crab meat was awesome. The Seabass was perfectly cooked, tender decadent and melted in my mouth. The other entree, The Pistachio Parmesan Rainbow Trout is truly a hidden gem on the menu, sauteed to a golden brown and encrusted with bread crumbs, parmesan cheese and pistachios, absolutely delicious. For dessert the Bananas Foster is enough to feed an army. It has giant scoops of vanilla ice cream, a buttery caramel sauce, bananas, and crispy cinnamon encrusted tortillas on the bottom underneath to absorb all the goodness of this amazing dessert. Overall the Bonefish Grill in Coral Springs is the number one place in town to eat, have some great drinks, and be with friends and family
Pretentious, High price, Small portion, Incompetent Service..
Seems high class but inside is nothing but cluttered tables, indifferent service and bad food. For $27, I got a plate with 4 finger-sized shrimps and 4 2-quarter sized scallops. Swordfish is not that fresh either. Utencils still have detergent residues on them. Waiter starts getting impatience when my parents have trouble deciding what to get. After all, you are a waiter, your job is to WAIT, get it? No wonder, the place is dark as hell! If they don't want to wind up going under like many of those losers on University Dr. Start spiffing things up!
Get hooked on this casual and never kitschy St. Petersburg seafood chain that has landed on the Atlantic coastline.. In Short You won't find the overdone raw bar nautical theme here. Instead, Bonefish leans liberally on the playbook of its parent company, Outback Steakhouse, to provide earthy yet squeaky-clean décor. Polished hardwood floors. Softly painted walls free of fisherman paraphernalia. Linen tablecloths. You may not even realize that it's a seafood joint until you open the menu. There you'll find clever twists on the fishy like pistachio and parmesan crusted rainbow trout and coconut-battered shrimp.