Best food I’ve eaten in 17 days in Alaska. Ambiance is pedantic but the freshness of the food overrides Ll
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There was plenty of seating at 4:30 pm on a Friday. The halibut with shrimp and clams were great. All of their fish and oysters are locally sourced the shrimp and clams are not. The fish is dipped in a homemade beer batter. Cooked up...More
This place is rather pricey. The fish pieces were smaller and mine was obviously frozen even though it was beginning of halibut season. The best deal is to order a meal and add a one bowl trip to salad bar for $2. The 2 piece...More
I've been eating here for decades & the food has remained consistent good for all that time. Got to have the halibut sandwich.
This is a little hole in the wall takeout joint with a few tables inside. That said, the grilled Halibut sandwich was great with 2 big chunks of Halibut grilled just right.My wife had the grilled Salmon and said it was great. They also serve...More
This is probably the strangest sea food restaurant I've ever visited, and I'm astonished by all the positive reviews. The owners have a split personality about what kind of food they're making: western fried sea food or Asian health food. My shrimp were inexplicably accompanied...More
The halibut and chips are ridiculously good! Fresh fish, light batter, perfectly cooked, mountain of fries, and great tartar sauce. This is more of a "local" spot and very down to earth. Service is outstanding. Staff is very friendly. Definitely worth finding this place.
Halibut sandwich is some kind of good!! Just like the other reviews, there is not much atmosphere, but they more than make up for that with the fish. Never had a better fish sandwich!
This cozy little hole-in-the-wall seafood joint is great. Great people, great food, pretty great value. Hubby preferred their cod to their halibut, while I went the other way ($18.95 cod combo w/2 seafood sides, $23.95 halibut combo). We both agreed the fried calamari sticks were...More