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Big Eyed Fish

1502 N Wells St
Fort Wayne, IN  46808
  • Monday  -  Thursday  6:00 A.M.  -  9:00 P.M.
  • Friday  6:00 A.M.  -  10:00 P.M.
  • Saturday  8:00 A.M.  -  10:00 P.M.
  • Sunday  8:00 A.M.  -  8:30 P.M.
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Big Eyed Fish offers some of the areas best tasting fish and shrimp dinners among their list if sandwiches, soups, and appetizers.  Try 1 lb. Fish, or the Fish Dinner to see what everyone is talking about.

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SHRIMP TOAST we love the most!
Yen Ching
SHRIMP TOAST we love the most!

Shrimp Toast has over 100 years of history. It has become a staple in Chinese-American cuisine. Although many restaurants have attempted it, Yen Ching specializes in it. Serving the southwest side of Fort Wayne for years now, Waiter on the Way allows you to enjoy their specialty Shrimp Toast no matter what side of town you live on. Served as an appetizer, Yen Ching's Shrimp Toast is a unique shrimp minced with spices and water chestnuts on toast and then deep fried for a delicious combo. When Sweet and Sour Sauce is added, it allows for that sweet taste and delicious fried crisp, mixed in one. Whether you are ordering a full lunch or dinner, we would highly recommend the Shrimp Toast which is served in 4 pieces for $6.60 and easy to share with others. Open for lunch or dinner, we can deliver to you! Don't forget to ask for Sweet and Sour Sauce with your order!

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