I've been there 2 years ago, with friends that are used to it, and the experience was great ! Now, we went there again, with a group of 19, and it was still great ! The service was good, even for separate checks, and the...More
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I dont; really enjoy eating here that much with the paper plates and all. I like the Newport location better for that beachy vibe. But I love dropping by the market and picking up smoked albacore, salmon, clam chowder and bread.
Only other outlet for this Restaurant. Original is in Newport Beach and is hard to get to. This one is the same and easier to park. Be sure to visit on 1st or last Sunday of each month for awesome car shows (Starts at 0800)
This place was good...Great service, and even enjoyed the small crab shack-y feel of this little place...but I felt the food was very expensive. I ordered the salmon plate with slaw and mashed potatoes, my husband and cousin both ordered the lobster plates with their...More
Great Fish with professional servers. Good price for the fish. Casual environment, great bread sticks available on the table. Granted the food is served on paper plates, plastic ware and cups but if you want alcohol those drinks come in Glass. Which I think is...More
They serve consistently excellent seafood and this is one of the few places I will actually eat fish or shellfish at because I know its the best quality. Love how they serve with paper plates and plastic utensils. That is their style and they're sticking...More
Nothing fancy but super fresh fish. It is the best place to get a simple fish dinner in Tustin. Always busy with locals. Love the smoked Albacore for an appetizer. Relaxed atmosphere. Their clam chowder is the best in town.
I have been to this restaurant many times. My biggest complaint is no fried fish and no French fries, which says more about me than the restaurant. The atmosphere is casual and family friendly. I ordered the shrimp skewer with bacon with sides of cole...More
The Crab Cooker was an old favorite from my days of living on Balboa Peninsula in the 1970's. When they opened their second restaurant in Tustin, this became one of our local standards. My wife adores the halibut, while my favorite has always been the...More