We saw a review for this enterprise in an automobile club magazine and thought we would like to try it too. She's a fish eater but I'm not, yet we settled on the Fish & Chips - an order each because there is not enough to share. The fish tasted fresh, it was flaky and tender, certainly not fishy-smelling, and lightly battered (not oily) with home-made tartar sauce. She commented, "the fish was yummy." The 'chips' are tasty, regular-sized fries (not to be confused with steak-fries) that could have been a little hotter but they were salted correctly. The accompanying small dish of coleslaw was not overpowering - pretty creamy, in fact. (We added ground pepper on our 'slaw.) The grill has a pleasant indoor-outdoor atmosphere; we sat outside at noon. We do want you to know that parking is very tight at this location due to the many food purveyors in this mini-mall. We're gonna try the tacos next!
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