Comments are closed.
Commenting on this item is available only to members of the site. You can sign in here or create an account here.
I did eat at the Beacon Hill Shell Station a couple years ago. I think it was on a holiday like Thanksgiving or something, and it was a pleasant surprise how good a gas station's warming bin of fish was. Plus, being open on major holidays is a good thing. To me, a lot of the businesses on Beacon Ave look kinda shady (or at least dismal), but that Shell Station is a diamond in the rough.
Surely Greeks serving tasty halibut? I'm there, sounds like my kind of folks.
But Spud is good, too.
The best at the low-end price point was (is?) Totem House, but I haven't been since the Red Mill people took it over.
Love you & miss you, Spuds!
go look up who owns Spud. hint. it's not not the same owner as a restaurant you compare them to. :)
I'd say that you HAVE to pay over $10 for decent F&C these days. My personal fave go-to is "Little Chinook's" at Interbay Fishermen's Terminal; I usually have F&C there once a week. The Ballard Lock's "Red Mill Totem House" is good but its just a madhouse; you have to be in the right mood to brave it, and "be as one" with the jam-packed crowd.
That Shell station serves up fried chicken that I've had plenty of at 3AM. I'll try the catfish next time.
JimmyZ in West Seattle
Sent from my iPad