1 had the chowder, the rest had fish. Everyone enjoyed their meal. I had the cajun fish. Seasoned just spicy enough. For the location, the price was reasonable. I'd eat here again.
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Was told by locals that this is the place to get seafood., They were not wrong.. The clam chowder was terrific. The fried cod was also excellent. Just wish we had come hungrier and we would have sampled more. It is located right where you...More
This is located right next to a nicer, sit-down Ivar's restaurant. But if you want quick and cheap, this is your best option for Ivar's chowder and fish and chips. Service was fast and friendly. The fish and chips were ok ($9.19 for 3 piece;...More
This place is famous for it's seafood and history of the area. I highly recommend the specials but I love places like this if everyone orders something different so you can try all of the many foods they are famous for, unless you live there...More
On the afternoon I visited Ivar's was celebrating Blue Friday in honor of local sports teams. I was lucky enough to be wearing a blue shirt and to my surprise got my fish and chips lunch for half-price. Go Mariners!
This restaurant clearly targets tourists wanting traditional tourist fried fish and chips on the waterfront. I had the special for $6.99 for 3 pieces of haddock or whatever it was. The food was freshly prepared, and perfectly prepared. I don't know why you would want...More
Went on a recommendation as Ivar's is famous for their fish and chips. Went with the halibut three piece fish and chips and was disappointed. The fish was lightly breaded, I was expecting light and flakey and instead experienced dense and chunky. Flavour was ok,...More
We then tried the soups outside as they were cheaper than the restaurant. - we had red chowder - basically chowder with tomatoey + slightly hot flavour and Alaskan salmon chowder - Chowder made with salmon instead of clams, but both with plenty of potatoes,...More