Usually eat at the Puget Sound area restaurants and they are always good. This place had a different type of coating and it was terrible. The tartar sauce seemed watered down. Fries were good.
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I grew up eating this fish and chips as a distant second choice to my Seattle favorites The Spud. This local is the only Skippers I am aware of in the are and never plan to stop in again. I the last few years the...More
My wife refused to eat there with me, so I went alone. I hadn't been to a Skippers for around 40 something years, and I can't quite figure out how they have survived with the same food for so long. Tasting the clam chowder immeadiatly...More
I was greeted with a smile. The cashier helped me (and others) get the most food for my money. The menu was easy to read, and my questions (and others) were answered promptly. The employees pick up your tray when you are finished, and you...More
Skipper's has always been a favorite and it is nice to have one close to work. The food is always fresh and tasty and quick. I love the chowder, fish, shrimp, scallops, coleslaw and fries. All at reasonable prices. I will definitely be back for...More
Because of prior experiences, my wife and I didn't even bother with Skippers' fish. Instead we went with the bread bowl clam chowder, which was one of the specials. The bread bowl was a large sourdough roll that had been de-capped and cored. The cap...More
Missing Skippers so we made the drive and it was good. Sunday all you can eat fish, clam strips and chowder for $9.99. Great value.
My four stars are based on the taste of the clam chowder more than the entree. The clam chowder was some of the best I have ever had. Oyster crackers would have been better than the saltines we were given. We each had the two-piece...More
I am not a big fan of fried seafood, but Skippers has the best fried shrimp that I have ever tasted. Key thing was fresh shrimp with a light coat of batter. I also had the clam chowder, and it was pretty darn good too....More