Cool spot. Fresh seafood. Great vibe. Lots of people on a Saturday. We are some oysters and sea urchin. Yowza!
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We have visited Quality Seafood on the Redondo Pier several times. Used to be you could picnic there by bringing sides and condiments to supplement your seafood picked and cooked on the pier. We always went for Dungeness crabs as we can get Blue Crabs...More
Fresh seafood to order! I am from South Jersey and couldn't get enough of the fresh selection. We had mussels and clams that were huge! We ordered 2lbs total that they steamed in an industrial steamer for free in a white wine garlic sauce. Delicious!...More
Yes, the seafood looks good on ice, and honestly, the fried selections would have been my choice had I known what I know now. I grew up in the Boston area, so whenever someone asks if I'd like fresh seafood, I'm very interested. Add my...More
Lots of variety in fish products- live lobster, crabs etc. You pick the catch and then they cook it to your liking. Busy place with outdoor seating and a fish-market flavour- if you are ok with that! Alcoholic beverages are available.
I like this for their amazing selection of clams and oysters. I get a half dozen oysters on the half shell to eat there and take home some clams or crabs to cook. Outdoor eating only, beer and wine. Best on a weekday as weekends...More
You look at all of the many refrigerator cases full of fresh fish and shellfish and buy whatever appeals most to you. You then take it to another part of Quality where they cook it to your specification. They also sell sides of corn on...More
This place has really fresh seafood. We got local crab, oysters, clams, calamari and ceviche. Prices are kind of high and you can easily spend over $100.00 if you are not careful. It is open air seating. You just grab any open table, put the...More
Quality Seafood is your average outdoor fish market. This boardwalk location has many varieties of fresh seafood, fish and (some) prepared foods. We originally came here to try the steamed blue crabs. The crabs were sold live by the pound, and steamed for you in...More