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Atlanta Fish Market Restaurant Review: Atlanta Fish Market’s iconic giant bronze fish sculpture all but invites diners to start with a selection of supremely fresh bivalves from cold and warm waters across the globe. If you want them cooked, we suggest the crisp fried version, but there's also an acceptable Rockefeller as well. Be firm about degree of doneness you desire for your fish: the swordfish with crushed cashews and cracked peppercorns was a little overcooked for our preferences. Specialties include skate wing meunière. A Hong Kong-style preparation --- steamed with a soy-sherry reduction sauce and seasoned with ginger and scallions --- adds a light Asian touch to sea bass. King crab legs and soft-shell crabs when available are not to be missed. The mussels, though, seem small and tasteless. Pastas, steaks and chops round out the selections, and the surf 'n' turf concept is amply developed. For dessert, crème brûlée is well-executed. AFM’s wine list features lots of wines by the glass that work well with the food, although we miss a dry still rosé.