The restaurant is tiny, only 3 or 4 tables plus a 6-foot long bar with stools for customers who don't want takeaway, but despite its low-profile, hole-in-the-wall appearance from the street, this is literally the best fish and chips I have ever eaten. The fish is cooked perfectly in a delicious batter - they offer halibut, catfish, Ling cod, along with oysters, calamari and Gulf shrimp, and a Fish of the Day special. The fries are super crispy outside, and oh-so-hot straight out of the fryer -- but they're so good you end up burning your tongue 'cause you can't wait for them to cool off. I've eaten here half a dozen times, virtually every time I visit Seattle -- this visit was the weekend of May 10th, while in town for my daughter's graduation. They also serve sandwiches, but we all chose some variation on the fish and chips It's not easy to spot, but keep your eyes peeled -- it's addressed at 925 E Pike, on the corner of 10th Ave and East Pike Street, (look at google map street view) next door to Neumos club/concert venue. Prices are mid-range -- 4 of us had dinner for $43 plus tip. Open till midnight Sunday thru Thursday, and till 2:30 am on Friday/Saturdays just in case you have that craving for seafood after most other restaurants have closed for the day.
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