TWO ENTRIES HERE AT TWO DIFFERENT ADDRESSES - BUT SAME PLACE
Wednesday lunch, each had the "fresh" fish plate; two sides and the fish: Halibut $18.95, California Sea Bass $16.95. We both had the same two sides; fries and Cole slaw. The fries are coated [paprika?] and the slaw has hunks of pineapple - both tasty. We shared the two grilled fish and both were a little on the dry side, but still well within tolerance. Since I had a glass of wine, we could not be served outside, but we had a window table with a view of the courtyard. You pass by the raw fish display on entering to stop at a small counter where you order and pay. They give you a number and the food is brought to your table. The table has catsup, hot sauce, salt and pepper; you get your own plastic knife and fork. The "plate of fish" comes on a Styrofoam segmented plate; each segment having the three items you ordered. According to the lady taking our money, the fish is locally caught by her husband now out on his boat and her son out on his; father-in-law [87 year old former fisherman] has retired but still work at the market/restaurant.
Not the best fish ever, but good enough to want to come back.
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