Kirkland >The Big Fish Grill
Sadly Going Down Hill. My family and I have loved the Newport for many years. But last night was a disaster. The fish & chips (cod) was horrible. They have really cheapened their best dish. Instead of their former steak fries they have gone to skinny limp fries. Instead of the hand breaded portions of fish they have gone to pre packaged frozen fish. I hope some day I can go back to this formerly wonderful place. But for now I'll get my Fish & chips at Red Robin or Spud.
lousey fish and chips.
good service but she was kinda annoying told me to stop moving in my seat as it was disturbing the customer behind>>>(how about u fix the darn seat ???)
great chowder albeit small
halibut and chips ....omfg u call that fish and chips????
14.99 for frozen damn fish and chips???
quite easily the worst halibut and chips i have ever had in my life
4 frozen fish nuggets that tasted like cod and as slimy too....and frozen mcdonalds fries for 14.99?
you live and learn i guess.
was my second visit there ...and never again
if u work there or maybe the owner ..you may email me @ email@example.com
Our Family's Favorite Restaurant.
I just read the other review for this restaurant and had a hard time imagining that this person had eaten at the same restaurant I have visited so many times.
The restaurant is decorated in a restful white and blue and has no resemblance to any fast food restaurant I have ever eaten at. Some of the pictures on the walls are of former times, intentionally. They are wonderful reminders of the beautiful area we live in. The dining area is spotless.
The service has been of the highest professional order and the food (it IS a seafood restaurant, primarily!) has always been wonderful. I have never had overcooked vegetables there. In fact, one reason we eat there so often is the quality of the food.
The pricing is moderate for a seafood restaurant. I highly recommend the Newport Bay Restaurant; it's continued popularity is deserved
We were looking for a decent price seafood restaurant, and we noticed a always somewhat busy place on Northup way that prompted out interest.
We are from Europe and still not used to what they call restaurants here, but the ambiance has the resemblance of fast food restaurant (booths along the sides, a few tables in the middle) with service.
The wall is covered by marine-theme pictures; obvously faded and seem to from the late 70's early 80's.
We started with a steamer clams dish that was decent. For entrees I had the Tombo Tuna and my wife had the a sword fish dish. The fish was completely tasteless! The vegetables that were served were also somewhat overcooked and tasteless. The sauces that were served with the fish did not help. Furthermore the size of the fish served was hardly reasonable.
We decided not to visit this restaurant again.
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