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Hungry for lionfish or ready to try this delicious fish for the first time? Ever wondered what lionfish tastes like and want to satisfy your culinary curiosities? Contrary to what you may have been told, lionfish is not poisonous and is safe to eat where it is served!

Create a demand for lionfish by asking for it at your favorite seafood restaurant and always eat lionfish when it is on the menu!

Support the restaurants, stores and other businesses that sell wild-caught lionfish at these fine locations (when available):

Caribbean and Latin America

 Scary Dragon Roll from Lionfish at E Sushi Shap in Aruba

Anguilla BWI

Antigua and Barbuda

Aruba

Bahamas

Belize

Bermuda

Lionfish Ceviche from Paradise Moon in Bonaire

Bonaire

Cayman Islands

Colombia

Curaçao

Dominica

Dominican Republic

Grenada

Honduras

Jamaica

MexicoLionfish Ceviche from La Perlita in Cozumel, Mexico

Panama

Puerto Rico

St. Kitts and Nevis

United States

Connecticut

Florida

Eat Lionfish at these Restaurants and Markets

New York

North Carolina

South Carolina

Texas

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Have you seen lionfish on the menu in other locations? Please let us know and send us an email. We do our best to complete a bit of research on each restaurant before adding them to this page. If we cannot verify through their website, social media pages, review sites, photos, etc. that they serve lionfish when it is available then we usually will not include them here.

Updated March 15, 2014

About the Author:

L. Scott Harrell is the former Executive Director and co-founder of the World Lionfish Hunters Association. He now works with restaurants and dive centers to develop lionfish related profit centers. Scott has been a scuba instructor since 1995.

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  1. Greg Hutcheson says:

    I had Lionfish at the Las Brisas Restaurant at the Fairmont Mayakoba in the Mayan Riviera, if you would like to add that to your list.

  2. Scott, thank you for linking to my blog, Florida Nature Uncovered! I recently told my neighborhood sushi restaurant (Sushi Pop: http://sushipoprestaurant.com/) about serving lionfish, and they expressed an interest! Happy hunting. – Christine

  3. Janine Chapman says:

    The Cannibal Café in Roatan is serving the little @*&*(&!^.

  4. ashley sheldon says:

    It’s too bad it’s not on the menu on the West Coast of the USA. Portland, OR.

  5. Allen says:

    Sundowners in West End, Roatan now has a weekly lionfish menu.

  6. Alan Vellacott says:

    Please add the Flying Fish restaurant which is in Port Lucaya, Freeport, Grand Bahama as having Lion Fish on the menu. Its awesome!!

  7. Briggitte says:

    Where can one order lionfish, that isn’t a restaurant? For example, wholesalers or retailers. Thanks.

  8. Elizabeth says:

    Does anyone know of a grocery chain that is considering selling lionfish? I’d love to add my voice to support any such movement.

  9. Meredith says:

    This list is really helpful! Thanks for compiling and posting.

    I highly recommend the Lionfish Ceviche at Paradise Moon, Bonaire.

  10. Naturedigger says:

    I would definitely draw more attention to the fact that they are a serious threat to our oceans, and by eating them, you’re doing a great service to the environment by eliminating a major invasive species. Nice work World Lionfish Hunters Association!!!

  11. Katy says:

    I had a divemaster catch us some lionfish in Jamaica a few years ago. We took them to the chef and he cooked them up for us. It was delicious. I’ve been trying to buy fillets to cook at home stateside ever since.

  12. Alexis Robles says:

    I really support the consumption of this fish, however the only reason why its an issue in the first place is because its taking its turn destroying reefs we’re destroying in the first place. Killing the Lionfish alone wont help the reef environment if people continue to over fish the waters. If that’s the case, we just want to be the big lionfish in town. The lionfish shouldn’t just be eradicated, it should serve as an example for us cognitive thinkers to realize we need to stop over fishing and destroying these habitats.

  13. Bob Powers says:

    Straw Hat in Anguilla has served lion fish – see http://www.strawhat.com/strawhatblog/lionfish/

    Straw Hat was recently named (2014) one of Fodor’s top 10 Caribbean Restaurant’s and one of the 50 Best Caribbean Restaurants (2013) by the Caribbean Journal.

  14. look forward to coming down and try and the lion fish. need a good vacation. keep up the good work:-)

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