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17W512 22nd St. (Myers Rd.) Send to Phone
Seafood choices abound and since the owner is the chef, you can count on attention to detail.

Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner nightly

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Tin Fish Restaurant Review

: The deal here is fresh fish and more fresh fish. The hook is you get to select the cooking style of the catch and what you want to go along with it. Though that might sound gimmicky, it does allow for a plethora of choices. However, it is probably a good idea to go with what the menu has lined up, since you have to figure the chef-owner, Colin Turner, knows best. The menu changes relative to the catch and includes whitefish, fluke, swordfish, mahi mahi, fresh oysters and fresh clams. We like to start with the salty, crunchy, homemade blue cheese-topped potato chips and an ice-cold martini. Watch for seasonal specials---it’s where the kitchen really shines. One may find flaky halibut with mashed sweet peas and smoky bacon vinaigrette. Also located at 18201 Harlem Ave., Tinley Park, 708-532-0200.
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