Food was definitely good but the pricing was a little high but then again compared to other places nearby it was a steal so not really sure how to rank it. I ordered a cup of clam chowder and Dungeness crab louie. I found the soup to be average, looser than normal chowder and didn't taste to clammy. I like my chowder to taste like butter and cream but overall not too shabby. The crab louie was good. The dungeness was fresh and lightly seasoned. My husband ordered the fried seafood sampler. When he first saw it he was disappointed because it only came with fish and calamari, but upon further inspection he realized that the fish was rock fish and salmon. The cocktail sauce was garlicky, the cole slaw was tasty not to much mayonaise and the fish was breaded and good. The service was okay. The total cost for our meal including a beer was 43. Not cheap not expensive (keeping in mind right down the road the Tides was serving clam chowder for $14 per bowl compared with $10 here).
I think I would return.