We stopped for an early dinner/late lunch. I saw the fleet of commercial fishing boats behind the restaurant and said "this place HAS to have good fish."
We walked in and the atmosphere is kind of plain, kind of touristy. Not terrible, but I wasn't scared. There were only a couple tables dining and the boss was sitting at one of them. Our waiter did a good job selling us and was friendly too.
We ordered the Crab Bisque to share as an appetizer (I think it's meant as a meal). It was quite large and loaded with Dungeness crab. All three of us loved it! My daughter wished she had ordered one just for her.
I was talked into the special "Halibut Cheeks". Now, I'm a professional fisherman who eats a lot of fish. I know the cheeks are usually the tendersit, tastiest part, so I sprung for the extra $ to get it. The wife ordered the regular Pacific Cod, and my child ordered a halibut fillet.
I'll start with my child's since it was actually the best. Cooked properly, with a mild sauce, it was tasty and a decent portion. My wife's cod was in a very tasty sauce, but otherwise tasteless fish. My halibut cheeks were a major disappointment. It was a very small portion of meat served sauteed in a mild sauce. The fish was way overcooked and tough, not to mention tasteless. The most expensive dish was the worst.
The service was good, although with very few tables it had better be.
Would I go back? If I was in the area I would give them another try, but my expectations would be a lot lower.