Foodie Friday: Sally’s Fish House #sandiego #seafood #foodiefriday


It’s Foodie Friday

When in San Diego, it is a must to go to a seafood restaurant at least once! I decided to go with some friends to Sally’s Fish House & Bar. This is a nice restaurant in the San Diego bay. It is located behind the Manchester Grand Hyatt.

Sally’s Fish House & Bar
One Market Place
San Diego, CA 92101

ph: 619 358 6740

They recommend getting reservations unless you want an extremely long wait.

Their menu changes with the seasons, so you can expect the freshest ingredients.

Our group had a 6pm reservation for 8 people. As soon as our party arrived, we were seated outside (which was fine with me). The weather was crisp but not too cool.

As the server was taking our drink order, we had fresh baked bread placed before us. I had a hard time not eating the whole loaf myself!

 

For my appetizer, I ordered the Dragon sushi roll. It has shrimp tempura, cucumber, tobiko (fish eggs) and is topped with eel and avocado. I could have eaten 10 of these. It was so good. I love shrimp tempura when it is done correctly. It maintained its crispiness even though it was wrapped.

My entree was salmon over a bed of potatoes, grape tomatoes and Brussels sprouts. The salmon was delicious. I love crispy skin on salmon. YUM! I was not a fan of the hash like mix of the potatoes, tomatoes, and Brussels sprouts. The description did not explain that it was all mixed together like that. I was not prepared!!

A couple of other guests at our table ordered the seafood tower. This consisted of oysters, shrimp, Alaskan king crab legs, and lobster tail. It is served with melted butter, horseradish, migonette, and cocktail sauce. The tower is for 2-4 people. You can also order a large tower which is for 4-7 people. It is $50 for a small and $95 for a large. They said it was worth every bite.

 

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