It's a cute place with sort of a funky Hawaiian nautical theme. It has the typical fish house menu with a good selection of sides, including some very good garlic fries and nice sauted spinach. There are ten type of fresh fish which you can order either Eastern Asian, Vera Cruz, Cajun or California style. I opted for bass European style and the sauce which supposedly was citrus butter seemed mainly comprised of corn starch. The husband opted for California--simple grilled fish which is what I too will order in the future. We had some fantastic beer from the Weiland brewery and the sprats had children's plates of fish and chips which were big enough to feed a family of four AND came with a hot fudge sundae so we didn't even have to bother stopping at Fosselman's. Two full dinners, two kids plates with dessert and two great beers came to $50.00. The place was empty at 6:00 p.m. on Sunday. It's not the Water Grill but it is good, fresh, reasonable food and the service was extremely genial. On the way back to the car we noticed people waiting in line at Applebee's. What a world.
Weiland Fish House
11 North First Street
PHONE: (626) 943-9901
HOURS: Sun. - Thurs., 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Fri. & Sat., 5 p.m. to Midnight