With its bay views from Point Loma to the Coronado Bridge, this upscale seafood house is just right for memorable evening. The romantic teak-paneled dining room and a deck that sits over the water are popular spots for visitor splurges and locals celebrating special occasions. Starters include smoked fish samplers or a chilled seafood platter with a half Maine lobster, Dungeness crab, clams, prawns, and oysters, shared with sips of champagne. The star among salad offerings is the Oregon Dungeness crab Louie. For mains, choose from mesquite-grilled Pacific Coast fresh fish or specialties like the Dover sole, zesty cioppino, or ink linguini with prawns and scallops. Do not confuse this with the tourist-oriented Fish Market downstairs, which can offer an uneven dining experience.
Jul 24, 2008
We eat lunch here at least once a month. Best seafood in town!!! The view is awesome too!
Feb 1, 2007
My wife and I eat at the Fish House each time we are back in SanDiego..As former residents of NorthCounty, it brings back so many pleasant memories. The Cioppino is terrific and the view cannot be beaten. JB
Dec 2, 2006
The crab cakes were tasty, but held lots of filling. So, not a good value. Wine by the glass is delivered in small glasses, so it too, it not a good value. The portions were small, but the salad was good. Our server was very attentive. The place was clean, but based upon what a basic lunch costs (about $100 with tip), we won't go back. (Plus you have to pay $0.25 for every 12 minutes of parking.)