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Tuesday, 25 October 2016



Those onion rings looks great! Too bad they seemed underseasoned. If I drop by I'm getting those steamed mussels and clams... :)


Perfect, absolutely perfect onion rings, Dennis; something that can make me like or not like someplace. I kind of like it when I can add my own salt to items, so really no complaints there. The mussels and clams are what we will order again along with trying a sandwich.


Looks so delicious and the harbor right out back to bet you into the seafood grove. Winner winner!


I would've ordered the same items as well (those rings!) - I cannot resist clams, especially the belly clams (so much more meatier). But I agree with you that there is too much going on. They need to ease up on all the toppings. Hipster seafood, ha ha!


The fried clams from PLSF are the best, Bill. I've done so many posts about that restaurant, that I figured just a photo of the view would suffice.

The location, beer selections, and a few other things which I won't delineate here are pretty standard 'hipster', cc. The all fresh fish of the day/changing menu is quite unexpected for the location and a very nice alternative.


Place is pretty big and I thought Quality seafood in Redondo Beach was awesome. Well Quality has live seafood ;-) to die for.

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