Just what we were looking for-authentic seafood on the coast. Homemade lemonade and chipotle tarter sauce were the cherry on top.
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As you enter Coos bay, you can't miss Fishermans Grotto. We went here to taste their fish and we couldn't ask for anything more. We ordered fish and chips, crab cakes and some other dishes. Together with some fresh lemonade or beer. All very tasty....More
This restaurant is open 7 days a week making it one of a few open on Mondays. Their chowder is excellent and balanced. We enjoyed the sauteed prawns and scallops with tomato, mushroom and parmesan cheese. Our dishes were accompanied with roasted vegetable medley. Draft...More
Generous portions. Fresh cod, but just OK batter for the fish and chips. There was not any seasonings in the batter making it very bland. Tasted the cod on its own and it was very good.
Ordered the Fried Clams meal. The clams were fresh, huge and tasty. Others ordered Fish & Chips and they too were very good.
We had a good lunch . Staff was very nice. They had lots of choices. It is a place I would go again. Charlie the Tuna statue was cute. I did the pure tourist thing. I had my picture taken with Charlie.
We had Curt as our server and were completely taken care of with very friendly and knowledgeable service. We ate the blackened halibut and the prawn and scallop dinner. They were excellent. The place is not elegant dining but if you are looking for great...More
We have been there before and this time the food was very good, it was delicious for all of us at the table. But, the restaurant and especially the restrooms needed to be cleaned up a bit to bring this to a 5 star level....More
We knew we would find good seafood where the locals eat and we definitely hit the jackpot here. The cioppino was so fresh and flavorful! We would return in a heartbeat! There was a bit of a wait for our dinner but quality does take...More