Fins Coastal Cuisine

★★★★☆
  • 1019 Water St.

    Port Townsend, WA 98368

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  • 360-379-3474

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Some of the best food I have ever eaten! I got the salmon and it was to die for! My husband got the mushroom alfredo and I loved it even thought i hate mushrooms!

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★★★★★

Some of the best food I have ever eaten! I got the salmon and it was to die for! My husband got the mushroom alfredo and I loved it even thought i hate mushrooms!

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Fins is an excpetional place to dine. The atmosphere is relaxed and casual but the food and presentation is most definitely fine dining. We ate out on the deck on our last visit which was delightful but have eaten inside as well which also give you a great view of the water and boats. I had the best angel hair pasta and my husband really enjoyed his meal of lamb.

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★★★★☆

Fins is an excpetional place to dine. The atmosphere is relaxed and casual but the food and presentation is most definitely fine dining. We ate out on the deck on our last visit which was delightful but have eaten inside as well which also give you a great view of the water and boats. I had the best angel hair pasta and my husband really enjoyed his meal of lamb.

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My partner and I have gone to Fins several times in the past five years and the food was good to mediocre. So not having been there for a while and having read the appealing menu, we decided to give it a try and celebrate Valentine's Day with out of town guests.
We were very disappointed. The only good thing was the food presentation and a sense of humor from the waitress.
We were a party of four. Our main course consisted of three salmon dishes and one fish and chips dish. The salmon was barely warm for the three of us, and the fish and chips was inedible, as if the frying oil was not changed in months and or the meal was burned to a leader crisp.
Once we complained to the waitress, she insisted there was nothing wrong with the dish. Upon requesting for another dish, ten minutes into the request we asked the waitress how much longer for the replacement dish to arrive. She returned from the kitchen to report that the new dish was not even started and it would take another eight minutes to be ready. At this point my partner decided it was not worth the wait since the rest of us had already finished eating the luke warm salmon, and decided to cancel her order.
By the end of the evening we had a medium priced bottle of wine, appetizers for four and the three main courses at a cost of over $150.00 not including tip.
At no time the manager came to address us.
With so many restaurants going out of business one would have expected a bit more out of this establishment.
We will never go there again!

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★☆☆☆☆

My partner and I have gone to Fins several times in the past five years and the food was good to mediocre. So not having been there for a while and having read the appealing menu, we decided to give it a try and celebrate Valentine's Day with out of town guests.
We were very disappointed. The only good thing was the food presentation and a sense of humor from the waitress.
We were a party of four. Our main course consisted of three salmon dishes and one fish and chips dish. The salmon was barely warm for the three of us, and the fish and chips was inedible, as if the frying oil was not changed in months and or the meal was burned to a leader crisp.
Once we complained to the waitress, she insisted there was nothing wrong with the dish. Upon requesting for another dish, ten minutes into the request we asked the waitress how much longer for the replacement dish to arrive. She returned from the kitchen to report that the new dish was not even started and it would take another eight minutes to be ready. At this point my partner decided it was not worth the wait since the rest of us had already finished eating the luke warm salmon, and decided to cancel her order.
By the end of the evening we had a medium priced bottle of wine, appetizers for four and the three main courses at a cost of over $150.00 not including tip.
At no time the manager came to address us.
With so many restaurants going out of business one would have expected a bit more out of this establishment.
We will never go there again!

Pros: Ocean view

Cons: Food

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The outside waterfront dining that is offered during the summer is remarkable. The service was also splendid. The food was also satisfactory, however it was nothing too special.

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★★★☆☆

The outside waterfront dining that is offered during the summer is remarkable. The service was also splendid. The food was also satisfactory, however it was nothing too special.

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We ate here in late March. We had just come from a couple of days in Seattle where the best meal we had was the night we ate smoked salmon and brie in our hotel room. We were not just hungry for a really good meal, we were hungry. At first we were put off by the restaurant itself because it is a loft in a very small mall. But, luckily hunger took precedence and we stayed. It?s a small place but we had a table looking out on the bay. It was a beautiful day so that was a great way to start. There was only one waitress and one buss boy that day, but as the place filled she handled everyone with great efficiency and a pleasant demeanor. The lunch menu was very small but had several interesting appetizer and salad selections. The entree menu was the same, being mostly sandwiches for lunch, with a few other choices. We started with the steamed clams and then ordered the bouillabaisse. (We had come to the coast for seafood.) The menu described the clams as being cooked with fresh tomatoes, garlic, basil and white wine with a touch of butter. Our broth was milky and buttery with a few chopped tomatoes and perfectly seasoned with the wine and garlic. We used the spoons provided and drank it like soup. The clams were cooked perfectly and would have been sufficient for a full meal for one. After drinking all that broth we weren?t sure ordering the bouillabaisse was a good idea, but we were pleasantly surprised. The menu described the ?Northwest Bouillabaisse? as a ?court bouillon.? Being originally from Louisiana, where court bouillon (pronounced coo-be-yaw) is as common as gumbo, we were a little confused, but decided to take a chance. Instead, of a soupy tomato dish, this seafood stew was a thick, saffron-garlic delight, full of salmon, halibut, shrimp, clams, mussels, and a few onions, and chunked red potatoes. One order, after all those clams would have been enough for both of us, but we ate it all and waddled out! We HIGHLY recommend Fin?s for excellent food.

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★★★★★

We ate here in late March. We had just come from a couple of days in Seattle where the best meal we had was the night we ate smoked salmon and brie in our hotel room. We were not just hungry for a really good meal, we were hungry. At first we were put off by the restaurant itself because it is a loft in a very small mall. But, luckily hunger took precedence and we stayed. It?s a small place but we had a table looking out on the bay. It was a beautiful day so that was a great way to start. There was only one waitress and one buss boy that day, but as the place filled she handled everyone with great efficiency and a pleasant demeanor. The lunch menu was very small but had several interesting appetizer and salad selections. The entree menu was the same, being mostly sandwiches for lunch, with a few other choices. We started with the steamed clams and then ordered the bouillabaisse. (We had come to the coast for seafood.) The menu described the clams as being cooked with fresh tomatoes, garlic, basil and white wine with a touch of butter. Our broth was milky and buttery with a few chopped tomatoes and perfectly seasoned with the wine and garlic. We used the spoons provided and drank it like soup. The clams were cooked perfectly and would have been sufficient for a full meal for one. After drinking all that broth we weren?t sure ordering the bouillabaisse was a good idea, but we were pleasantly surprised. The menu described the ?Northwest Bouillabaisse? as a ?court bouillon.? Being originally from Louisiana, where court bouillon (pronounced coo-be-yaw) is as common as gumbo, we were a little confused, but decided to take a chance. Instead, of a soupy tomato dish, this seafood stew was a thick, saffron-garlic delight, full of salmon, halibut, shrimp, clams, mussels, and a few onions, and chunked red potatoes. One order, after all those clams would have been enough for both of us, but we ate it all and waddled out! We HIGHLY recommend Fin?s for excellent food.

Pros: Excellent Food

Cons: Ambience was a little plain for quality of food

 

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