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Tuesday, 29 December 2009





Enjoyable read! I chuckled re: the photo taking because I had the problems with the "auto" on my camera. For weeks I complained about how the "camera" sucked and not the person taking the pictures.


Too bad the bread wasn't spectacular. I would have saved some for those clams.

ed (from Yuma)

Thanks RON. Glad you liked Carol. I never owned a camera until Kirk talked me into buying one. At least you don't have to get food to smile.

The bread, Jan, wasn't terrible, but wasn't consistent. The best we had was the sourdough in the bread photo, but by the time we were dipping bread into the clam juice, another more orinary white bread had taken its place.


It's funny you guys posted the fish and chips. We went to the Fishery last year, and I ordered the fish and chips, since it was half the price of everything else on the menu.

It was absolutely delicious. My friend ordered a more typical entree, and ended up stealing half of my meal!

Do you guys know of other great fish and chips joints in San Diego?

ed (from Yuma)

Anthony, I'd had the f & c at The Fishery before, so I knew that it'd be good. And it is also a huge portion. To be honest, I can't think off hand of other fish and chips in San Diego that I like - but I'll ask Kirk and Cathy if they know of other good versions.


Hi Anthony. The Mister and I really love The Fishery, but tend to go to the less formal Point Loma Seafoods. Here is a link to my first post: A second post is in the works. -C


Thanks a bunch! Will definitely check out Point Loma Seafood next time I'm looking for a place to eat in the vicinity.

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