From the classic fried sandwich with tartar sauce and salty fries to the interesting addition of fish onto a Reuben, St. Augustine has just about every type of fish sandwich that you could ever want to try. Whether you like your fish deep fried, broiled, or grilled, it’s time to satisfy those fresh cravings and enjoy the specialty of our little city. So take a bite of the handheld version of seafood while you savor the flavor of the coast.
Baja Fish Sandwich
This might be my favorite sandwich on this list and I think it has to do with the delicious citrus-jalapeno sauce that comes slathered on the steaming sandwich. It is crispy, hot, and yummy, topped with some of that amazing sauce, cool shredded cabbage, lettuce, and tomato. The bun is toasted to perfection and is the perfect base for the hearty seasonal piece of fish that is the star of the show. The sandwich comes with fries but I would suggest getting the add-on of a fried egg, it really adds to the flavor!
Mahi Mahi Sandwich
Kingfish Grill Restaurant
Whether you like it grilled, blackened, fried, or broiled, this simple but delicious sandwich is perfect for you. The fish is tender and flaky and it is served on top of tasty bread. It comes with your choice of two delicious sides, from crunchy fries to sweet baked beans, and I also recommend having it with a cold beer. The views are great, the service is better and the food is outstanding. Head over and enjoy!
Saint Augustine Seafood Company
A lively twist on a coastal classic, the Fresh Catch Sandwich as the Saint Augustine Seafood Company combines crunchy Blue corn tortilla chips, cilantro coleslaw, cilantro crema and John-John sauce with a fresh selection of fish on a toasted bun. You can have this sandwich grilled, blackened or fried. It also comes with crispy kettle chips and the perfect sandwich mate, a datil pickle. Enjoy it with a refreshing cocktail or an ice-cold beer!
Just a Darned Good Fish Sandwich
The name is not an exaggeration! This sandwich’s flavor is wonderful and fresh and the interesting element of it is that you can get your fish blackened or dusted with rice flour and fried. Rice flour gives the fish a delightful crunch which perfectly offsets the tender fish so I would recommend getting the fried version. It is served on a toasted, pillowy roll with basil aioli, pepper jam and a cool coconut-cabbage slaw on top. It has all of the best flavors and textures all combined into one!
Fried or Grilled Fish “Hold’Em”
The perfectly toasted kaiser roll that holds up the delicate fish selection at Hurricane Patty’s is only half of what makes this delicious sandwich great. Served with crunchy lettuce, tomato, and onion, this is the All-American classic done exceptionally well. It comes with perfectly cooked french fries, that I would recommend piling on top of the sandwich to give it even more dimension. Grab a sweet cocktail and some friends and head over to Hurricane Patty’s to try this sandwich while enjoying good service and even better food.
Grilled Fish Reuben
The World Famous Oasis
Normal Reuben Sandwiches are loaded with roast beef, however, here in Florida, we like to do things a little bit differently. At The World Famous Oasis restaurant, you can get your typical Reuben jazzed up with the addition of fresh fish instead of roast beef. Still topped with all the fixings of an average Reuben, this one is a little lighter on the stomach but still just as strong in flavor. It comes topped with sauerkraut, swiss cheese, and delicious dressing piled high on some hearty rye bread. Try one out today!
Shrimp Melt Sandwich
O.C. White’s Seafood and Spirits
Okay, so maybe shrimp isn’t technically “fish,” but this sandwich is delicious enough that we’re including it anyway. Zesty, seasoned shrimp, juicy tomatoes, garlic, various herbs, and freshly toasted bread are all combined to give you a delicious sandwich found at O.C. Whites. Topped with creamy provolone cheese and then broiled to perfection, this sandwich is a knockout and good for any meal of the day.
Featured image via St. Augustine Seafood Company