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From journal Might be a Nice Town, But Stay Away
by Re Carroll
Abbotsford, British Columbia
August 19, 2001
Since this is the Oregon coast, you'd expect to find lots of seafood and ICF doesn't disappoint. Standard menu items include a large bowl of steamed clams in a delicious white wine and garlic broth (recommended), oysters, shrimp cocktail, popcorn shrimp, calamari, clam chowder, surf and turf, crab, fresh fish, etc., etc. Some of the more inspired offerings include seafood pot pie with fish, scallops and prawns in puff pastry, halibut poached in wine, thin crust pizza with pesto and rock shrimp (two sharing couldn't finish the pizza)and the fisherman's net, a gigantic combo plate featuring crab, fish, scallops, shrimp, mussels, prawns, clams, oysters and calamari in a white wine sauce. Good luck finishing this one!
For those not into seafood, there is a large selection of pastas, pizzas, burgers (delicious, according to my neice), sandwiches, steak, prime rib, etc. There really is something here for everyone.
The portions are VERY large and a number of people leave with doggie bags. We shared a full size appetizer of garlic cheese bread (yummy!) and it was way too much, even for four sharing. In fact, all of our meals were very good but so much that we weren't able to finish any of them - although we tried very hard.
Desserts included a 7 layer carrot cake, lemon meringue pie or multi layered chocolate cake. They all looked delicious but we had absolutely no room to even consider them.
As well as a variety of fresh fish, the special of the day was All-you-can-eat dungeness crab for $24.95 and judging by the number of plates coming from the kitchen, it was a hit with many of the patrons.
Prices averaged about $15.00 for entrees and this was a place we voted to unanimously return to anytime we were in the area.
From journal Fun in Florence