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Tuesday, 25 May 2010



What a nice little fishy joint.
I wonder if making tartar sauce with thick yogurt would be noticeably different than mayo.
I never thought about putting dill into tartar sauce now I've got to try it.


I love places like these.


Thanks for the post. Hawaii has BYOB for places w/o a liquor license, too. I didn't realize that was strange.


Yuma doesn't seem so desolate with a place like this for dining. The grilled fish looks *really* good as do those sweet potato fries. Dill always goes with fish in some way. Tartar sauce with dill is the only kind I buy.

ed (from Yuma)

Yeh, bill, it is a fishy joint. Don't know about yogurt in tartar sauce, but I'm old school. It really is a pleasant place to eat, and the fish there is very well done.

OK, didn't realize other states have this same law, Melissa. I think it is strange because it is the opposite of CA, where you can only BYOB to places that have a liscence. It is limited in AZ only to small establishments (less than 50 or 60 seats, I believe).

Thanks Cathy. I usually make my own tartar sauce with capers, red onion, & mayo. But I want to try making a dilly version.


who would expect to see such gorgeous looking seafood out in yuma! here we have byob, but they charge you $20+... anyways I love the variety of seafood, it looks well prepared and delicious.

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