Friday, May 2, 2014

The Dockside Dining Experience of King’s Fish House

Fish is a favorite dish for many San Diegans and makes up a main staple of weekend dining. Broiled, fried, baked, battered, and raw…it doesn’t seem to make much difference to people in the area. San Diegan livelihoods and history started from the sea and the area is known for its fresh seafood offerings-from line to frying pan type of existence.  King’s Fish House brings back some of that fishing tradition while offering a high quality dining experience unmet by competitive establishments. 

They have five well designed locations in high traffic areas. The interior looks like a cross between a type of beach shack and a dock warehouse.  The walls are lined with eclectic signs, pictures, and other fishing items. The dining experience offers a unique environment with inside, patio, and covered outdoor seating. Plenty of tables and booths. 

If you like your oysters raw you may consider the Oyster Sampler which comes with 6, 9 or 12 pieces. Looking for something more Midwestern? Order the Idaho Rainbow Trout Amandine made of lemon butter sauce and toasted almonds. A sandwich might be something similar to the Pacific Alabacore Tuna Melt with cheddar cheese.  The menu variety is large and contains just about everything a diverse family will desire. 

King’s Fish House
825 Camino De La Reina
San Diego, CA 92108

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