Fin's has the best Fish and Chips on the West Coast, even topping my favorite seafood restaurant in San Francisco. Why? Because they use only fresh fish. And, they don't cover it in greasy heavy breading. The delicious fish is just dipped in light bread crumbs. The prawn taco's are heavenly. They are encased in flour tortillas and are highlighted by Fin's delicious Caribbean Coleslaw. Caribbean Coleslaw is light and tasty unlike coleslaw that contains mayonnaise. The problem with Fin's is that I have so many favorites I have a hard time making up my mind. I love the Swordfish sandwich - but it's hard to decide when Halibut is in season. The variety of fresh fish is amazing! If you like fresh seafood, Fin's is the place to go!
We have enjoyed meals at Anchors FIsh and Chips for many years. They offer a variety of meals, including fish, chicken, shrimp, etc. that are reasonably priced. The portions are always large--in fact, when we order a two-piece fish meal, they always give at least two full-sized pieces and a third piece that is a little smaller. Even though their fish is deep-fried, it never tastes greasy. We also enjoy both their coleslaw and tempura vegetables.
The ambiance of the restaurant was good. The waiter's were informative and attentive. Overall the food was good. I ordered the Seared Ahi Tuna which was decent. There was too much pepper on it. I would have like a different seasoning. The rice underneath was decent. Nothing too extraordinary but I had a good time