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June 19, 2002
Fish is offered sauteed, grilled, broiled, poached or Cajun-style. Salad with iceburg lettuce and tiny shrimp or creamy clam chowder is included. I had the clam chowder, which was thick and had some big hunks of clams in it. I thought it was good, but my husband wanted more clams and less potato. I also had the fried oysters, which arrived hot and tender. There were about a dozen of them. They weren't large, but in oysters, smaller is better, and they were very tasty. My husband had pan-fried razor clams. They were lightly breaded and then sauteed -- I think they would have been better without the breading, which was a little thick considering that the rezor clams were thin and rather delicate. Home baked bread accompanies the meals. You can also choose garlic toast, but it was too greasy for me to recommend it. A fine place for a casual meal!
From journal A Short Trip to Seaside
January 24, 2001
The menu is fairly straightforward, with generous portions of standard fish and chips, halibut, and a variety of shellfish. While the selection is somewhat limited and unexciting, the freshness and light preparation make for flavorful and healthy dining. Desserts can be hit or miss, but the fruit cobbler I had on my most recent visit was notable.
From journal Oregon: Seaside
January 21, 2001
From journal A good place to be a kid!