For some reason, Davis has a difficult history with fish restaurants. The quality restaurants soon fade after failing to attract sufficient customers. By not trying to be something it is not, maybe Fish's Wild will attract the Davis college crowd always seeking a bargain meal. Fish's Wild is a cafeteria-style fast food restaurant located in the downtown area which offers grilled fish, grilled chicken, grilled short ribs, tacos, salads and wraps. The menu includes five different species of fish. I choose the grilled salmon plate ($9.95) with a lemon-butter sauce. The plate included two generous portions of salmon with a nice grilled taste, a cup of brown rice and a medley of overcooked tasteless squash, broccoli, carrots and cabbage. The restaurant has zero ambiance. There are 22 two-person tables, which can be aggregated for larger groups. There are also eight booths along the two interior walls. You order at a counter which has the menu posted overhead. You pour your own soft drinks (no wine or beer) at a self-serve counter. Someone brings you your food from the kitchen and that will be the last you will see of your server. No one ever returns to your table and asks how your meal is or if you need anything else. Although not for me, I can imagine the generous portions served at Fish's Wild would be popular with college students on a budget.