The other day my husband and I had dinner at Fish Grill, a small Kosher restaurant on Beverly Blvd that specializes, like it sounds, in grilled fish. The restaurant is not fancy at all, just a storefront with some patio dining on the side. I had seen many times while driving down Beverly, and had never stopped or been intrigued. But then I went to a friend's house and she told me that the Fish Grill was her favorite casual restaurant right now, and she's a chef, so I decided to give it a shot.
The place is tiny, only a bunch of tables, and you order at the register and they bring the food to your table when it's ready. I had the grilled trout and my husband had salmon. You could choose fries or rice, and also coleslaw or Israeli salad (the latter is a mix of cucumbers, tomatoes and onions). The fish was absolutely delicious, both the salmon and the trout, extremely fresh fish, very high quality, and grilled perfectly (the trout was a little salty, but I didn't mind). The colesaw was very good, but the Israeli salad was watery and flavorless, like it had been sitting there a long time. The fish entrees were about $10 each. They also had fish and chips, and I'll try that next time. Service was very friendly.
Overall, I would return to this restaurant without hesitation. Simple, well-cooked food, fresh ingredients.
7226 Beverly Blvd.
Los Angeles, 90036
(I think they also have another location in the valley)