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Fish in Sausalito

Kim Campbell | Apr 24, 2004 06:42 PM

Intrigued by an item in the Chronicle’s “What’s New” Column this past Wednesday, I tried “Fish” in Sausalito for dinner that day. This restaurant/seafood market opened the prior Saturday. It is housed in a warehouse type space @ 350 Harbor Drive in Sausalito – right on the water with dozens of boats right outside.

I had the The Saigon Salmon Sandwich. To quote from the menu (see http://www.331fish.com/food/index.html) “Grilled marinated wild salmon with a blend of fresh carrot, jalapeno, cilantro and house made Vietnamese ginger-scallion sauce served on a torpedo roll. Served with a side of chili-lime coleslaw.”

The salmon sandwich was excellent, as was the side of chili-lime coleslaw. Price for the sandwich was $11, including tax. I also tried the BBQ oysters. Excellent, but not enough Sriracha Chili sauce! Beer is served in a jar, not sure what they use for wine.

This is a very informal place – you order at the cash register and they bring the food to you. Picnic tables inside and out. A Little League Team dropped by for dinner while I was there. I was impressed with the quality of the food and thought the service was very friendly. This would be a great place to come on a sunny afternoon, sit at one of the outside picnic tables and enjoy the surroundings and the food.

Link: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article...

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