Our first visit here, my wife and I had fish and chips which we both thought were excellent. On our next visit we shared halibut and chips. The breading was fine but the pieces were too thin resulting in the breading dominating the fish. The fries were excellent, and I thought the pineapple infested side of coleslaw was very good, but my wife did not care for it. The swordfish we took home was fresh and delicious.
On our third visit my wife had a mahi-mahi quesadilla to which she gave an overall grade of “B.” She said it was "… a nice light lunch, good salsa, but a little expensive for what I got." My mahi-mahi- sandwich for $13 with one side was very satisfying— lots of fresh mahi-mahi, tomatoes, lettuce and onion with a splash of tartar sauce. The onion rings tasted excellent, though greasy and floppy in a light batter. On our fourth visit I was once again disappointed with the fish and chips. The batter was good but the fish was thin and tough.
We returned yesterday and I think this may have been our last meal here. My wife had the First Mate Combo ($11) which consisted of shrimp, calamari and fish (cod?) which she did not care for. The food tasted okay to her at first, but she said that the more she ate the more it tasted like it had been fried in rancid oil. I had the fresh "local" halibut sandwich which was unremarkable and at $17 too expensive considering the meager amount of fish. The accompanying French fries and coleslaw, however, were very good as they have been with every visit.
We will continue to buy fresh fish here to take home, though, as we have never been disappointed with it.
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