You can be swayed by the naysayers complaining that it was too busy on Valentine's Day or any other reason but here's our opinion, and every body has one.
We have been coming here for 25 years.
The restaurant has been in business since 1961. While many others have come and gone, this one remains and does a good business. We almost did not go to this restaurant because of recent reviews on TripAdvisor complaining of slow service, the view of the FISHERMAN'S trailers (that is how the locals earn a living), etc.
We decided to give it a try and we were very pleased.
We were greeted by our meticulous hostess Janelle, served by our sweet waitress Lori, and enjoyed watching Kayla serving nearby, all of them enjoying their work and professional in every way.
I had the shrimp Louie and my husband had the fresh wild Chinook salmon, served with clam chowder, baked potato and fresh vegetables, all of it delicious.
The food appears to be mostly deep fried on the menu, however you can request poached, steamed or sautéed.
They had a daily fresh menu to include fresh halibut, chinook salmon, petrale sole and snapper. When going to a seafood restaurant, we recommend ordering SEAFOOD, always a good bet..... especially the fresh fish.
When in Rome, ENJOY the local fare, consider your logistics, and be grateful.
We will be back!