My wife and I have eaten here many times, and ALWAYS enjoy ourselves! The food is ALWAYS good, and the service is ALWAYS good! Never a disappointment! Highly recommend!
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Shark Fin is one of the best Asian restaurants in the Pensacola area. We prefer Shark Fin's menu over the local buffets, even the good ones. Today for lunch I enjoyed Kung Pao Chicken along with brown rice, a spring roll, and a crab Rangoon....More
I love this place, best Asian food in town, the spicy Korean seafood soup is to die for!! I had the Pensacola paradise roll as an appetizer, it was the best sushi I've ever had! Service is excellent, I highly recommend this place!
Started with the pensacola roll. Great! Goes in sweet finishes with some spicey. Had the Mongolian with chichen. Really good but warning, they go heavy on the onions. Egg drop soup good too. I look forward to trying more off this menu
Had two sushi rolls, cucumber salad, miso soup and some plum wine. I wasn’t wowed but definitely a decent place to get some good food. Service was very rushed, we were in and out in less than 45 min. Would be great for a fast...More
We have dined at Mr. Lin's place since it opened. The food is fantastic, reasonably priced and you really cannot go wrong on the menu. What I love most about this restaurant is the attention to detail and the ingredients. The knife skills in the...More
Awesome place, great food. Very nice service. Been here a few times and they never disappoint. My son ( 8) is a very picky eater, but he likes the food here a lot. So in saying that, all the times I have been here...never had...More
Food, service, facility, all top notch. Tried Shark Fin for the first but not last time for lunch last week. Impressive to say the least. No negatives to report. Just a satisfied grin when leaving.
Food is prepared to order and is fresh and authentic. We have loved everything we have ordered each time. The restaurant is rather obscure tucked back into a small plaza, but worth the search! Staff is super, especially with children and at lunch time.
We came for a late lunch when the restaurant was nearly empty and still had trouble being served. The honey-glazed chicken was over cooked and dry; the Kung Pao was oily but well-spiced. The sugared cashews on the Cashew Chicken made a pleasant garnish. While...More