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Hours

Regular Hours

Price Range
$$
Neighborhoods
Gaslamp, Central San Diego
AKA

Ocean Room Oyster Bar

Categories
Seafood Restaurants, Bars, American Restaurants, Japanese Restaurants, Sushi Bars, Night Clubs, Asian Restaurants, Cocktail Lounges, Fine Dining Restaurants, Bar & Grills, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch Restaurants, Restaurants
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Cuisines: Fine Dining, Japanese, Asian, American, Sushi, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, Seafood, Bar & Grills

Price Range : Average

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K W.

01/19/2014

Overall
Blah!!

Service is extremely slow! Food is blah and bland! I don't recommend unless you just want a few drinks to kill the time! Drinks were great!

simplybp

06/20/2007

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
Sidewalk dining in the Gaslamp District!

Nothing better than a beautiful spring evening, good service, and decent food for a fair price. I ate here yesterday, and got just that. I started with a spicy tuna roll appetizer... a decent roll with plenty of heat for $7, and another $7 for a decent glass of white wine. I had my eye on the Cioppino... a favorite of mine, for $22... but by the time I finished the sushi and some crusty french bread, I though I'd get something a little smaller... so I settled on the ""Ocean Salad"" for $14 - described as mixed greens covered with calamari, scallops, and shrimp. HAH! It wasn't small at all! It was a large plate of greens, with a LOT of seafood - guessing 8-10 ounces - on top, and dressed with a nice tangy dressing. Excellent! Maybe I'll go back tonight for the cioppino!

lucreze

11/02/2006

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
nice surroundings but food was boring

sorry to say actually, but I tried their ""signature"" dish, recommended by the waitress, the crab broil or bake, proposed to be a new orleans specialty. extrememely disappointing. Honestly - it was like creme of tomato soup with lots of crab in it and a scoop of white steamed rice. okay - lots of crab, but flavor wise incredibly boring after the second bite. Perhaps if the tomatoes were fresh, cut up with herbs and then the cream - ? How about some complexity!!! I'm from SF so the price was what I would expect, but this dish at least was sub-par.

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