I prefer more challenging food, but it is fine for what it is. Better than the Red Lobster and Arthur Treachers.
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Visited midweek around 7pm and had at most a 10 minute wait to be seated. Service was outstanding, food was delicious, with generous portions cooked to perfection. Declined dessert but they brought a us a sample anyway to encourage us next time!
I am always satisfied when I leave after dinner. Consistency alwAys there with good value Complimentary wine while you wait No reservation ( except 6 or more) Been a local great restaurant since 1973 and with good reason Dedicated to Great Good. Great Service Opens...More
I ordered the fried oysters and they were overcooked and bitter. I suspect the frying oil they used was too old. The same for the sand daps ordered by the another person in our group. The broccoli side was also tasteless and undercooked. However the...More
Ate here with an old friend, service was very good and the food was excellent. Portions were substantial and we enjoyed a leisurely meal.
We had to visit while back in town. The same wonderful long time serving staff. The same quite excellent seafood dishes. Same crowd and wine while you wait. Thank you Frank and team!!!!! The sea bass dore was fabulous.
We enjoy coming once a month when in town for over 30 years; we look forward to the fresh seafood, delicious fresh sourdough and meals come with soup or salad. Although lines are long the complimentary glass of wine makes the wait more comfortable. Hint:...More
What a great seafood venue!. Every dish is sourced and prepared as though this was the Tour D'argent.in Paris. I had the swordfish. Far too many line chefs cook swordfish until it is tough. Not at Pacific Cafe. The wine list is modest, but they've...More
They take no reservations, but when you show up to put your name on the list you are greeted with a nice glass of wine to ease the wait. Menu is not huge but the selections are always fresh and delicious. Service was spot on...More
My husband and I used to eat at Pacific Cafe once a month when we lived in The City 30 years ago....ahhhhh those were the days. Pleased to report one thing hasn't changed from those many years ago - dinner at the Pacific Cafe! We...More