We take such pleasure in eating oysters, we call them joysters! And at Chandlers, we not only have a great selection but we’d also wager they are some of the freshest oysters in Boise! Read on and make sure to click below to see the corresponding Google web story, including
Curious how Chandlers has the freshest seafood in Boise? Read on and make sure to click below to see the corresponding Google web story, including video! Why Choose Halibut? If you’re looking at the seafood menu, wondering what to have, halibut is: a white fish with a gentle, almost sweet,
How do you end up with the highest-quality, best-tasting dishes? You start with the highest-quality, best-tasting ingredients! For our shrimp dishes, that means heading south of the border. 5 Reasons Our Shrimp Come from Mexico Experience the greatness of Mexican brown shrimp without leaving Idaho with Boise’s freshest seafood! Wild
We opened in 2007 with our classic scallop dish on the menu. Even if we wanted to take it off (we haven’t), or wanted to change it (we don’t), we couldn’t because it has become such a customer favorite. 3 Things That Set Our Scallops Apart There are many restaurants
Chandlers quality and freshness of fish are unmatched by any other restaurant in Idaho. We only buy and prepare the absolute finest quality seafood. Come see and taste for yourself. Learn more about the seafood in Boise. Visit Chandlers today!
It’s 5:30 in the morning, but Rex Chandler is already up and waiting in line at Honolulu’s public fish market, and he’s as excited as a kid about to be admitted to Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory. The sounds and smells of the open sea and fishing boats unloading their catch assault his senses, bringing back memories of his 20-plus year run as the king of seafood at his Waikiki restaurant, Nick’s Fish Market, which began his 40 year career in fine dining.
That career extended through Newport Beach, where The Rex Restaurant was rated the best seafood restaurant in southern California 11 years running. When he moved to Sun Valley in 1993, where Chandler’s became a fine dining icon for over 15 years, he had to forego his passion for seafood because it was all but impossible to get fresh, prime fish to Idaho. Still, he harbored dreams of one day being able to share his love of Hawaiian seafood with his new-found home.