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Wednesday, 01 August 2012


ed (from yuma)

I've been looking forward to this report. It looks good -- not new but improved!


Their portions look quite generous! It's ironic that they call those "small bites."


I didn't even know they remodeled! nice post - i always enjoy your seafood posts!


We really enjoy the food here, ed. So happy the kitchen prep is unchanged.
The kitchen does specialize in proper/East Coast frying techniques and most of the menu is fried, so the 'small bites' portions are the right amount of food, to me, Christine.
Ah, you must have missed the post before this one, cc; the temporary buildings were up for quite a while. Seafood, no matter the prep, have been a first choice lately.


Sorry place is overrated, what's the point of having fresh seafood but ruining it by using the same breading and frying everything. I prefer the fish company in PB, IMO


It's not the ratings which brought us to PLSF when we moved here decades ago, Anthony: we're both from back East, where fried clams and Fish Fry Fridays are common. The preparation of the seafood here is our 'comfort food'. Fish Company is very good, but different.


Thank goodness they are taking numbers now. The ordering experience stressed me out.


Nice! I get the soft shell crab whenever they're available.


Ha- I'm not assertive/pushy, nor tall enough to be seen at the counter, JF; so much more civilized now.
Fresh, fried soft shell crab is such a treat, Dennis.

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