Mo’s is one of the old sea food restaurants along the coast. Even though it’s a tourist trap— replete with cheap Chinese trinkets for you to buy while waiting in line-— there’s a good reason they have been in business so long and have five restaurants. They hit on a good formula – great fresh seafood - cooked perfectly and served efficiently. Can’t be missed for a complete Oregon Coast experience. This one in Lincoln City is right on the docks. I prefer the grilled fish to the fish and chips which like everywhere else can be greasy – cod, halibut, and salmon. Good clam chowder comes with your meal. Real butter. I’d avoid the deep fried shellfish – no good reason. The service is extraordinary – they want to push people through as there’s a waiting line during the summer season. As a side note that I should probably leave out – Mo’s seems to attract an high percentage of enormous customers, perhaps due to the nice serving sizes (and the root beer floats). Like all Oregon Coast seafood restraints I have found, they know the proper way to cook fish – all the way through – not medium rare like inland pretentious “cool” haute cuisine restaurants – I’ll pass on the parasites, thank you. $13.95 for a full dinner with chowder or salad, fries or mashed, and grilled or baked fish.
Two complaints: I wish they had a whole wheat option for the bread, and, I know this seems picayune, but I prefer real oyster crackers to Zestas.
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