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Wednesday, 03 August 2011



Hi Cathy! They sure know how to fry fish here. A bit high but you get what you pay for. I always want to take a bucket of their fresh made tartar sauce home.


i was just thinking about trying this place out based on some of your past posts and even have the address written down on a post-it note. I'm glad I saw your update! =) I may have been very confused otherwise.


The tartar sauce from here is addictive, Dennis. The best ever.
Hi Lynnea! The seafood here is great. When you are on Rosecrans, you'll see the low sign for Vagabond Hotel and that's where you turn left. Turn to the right parking lot(free, the one to the left charges). You can see it on the overhead view map on the first page of the website.


Thanks for the info I always found the parking difficult here especially during summer season you are brave for bringing this post


Ha! I've been known to park near the Jack in the Box, on the other side of Rosecrans, and walk over to PLSF,Chris. It's that good.


One of the best fish sandwiches in the city, though their shrimp sandwich is better. Used to go here with my grandmother when I was real young, she loved that spot.

Btw has the construction caused some of the seagulls to flee? They're really aggressive - took a friend from out of town to eat there, I put the food down, went to put the tray away (friend staring at the food) and a seagull jumped up pecked the sandwich and threw it to the ground. Feeding frenzy ensues lol


It really is a San Diego tradition, Loren. When we were there- it was the first week opening the new location (look at the bark on the ground around the outdoor tables) there were *no* seagulls. The construction/destruction/noise may be keeping them away, and nothing is familiar for them. Great story!

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