Small family run fish and chips restaurant
The family stopped in and tried this place last summer. It is pretty far out of the way in the middle of a quiet plaza. I actually had no idea the place was even here for a few years of walking past it.
It's more of a take out place but has a few tables to eat in at, and kind of half service - you go up to pay but they brought our food and drinks to our table. I think there is a pretty strong Korean influence with Korean papers to read/etc and it likely caters to to a lot of customers from the Korean community.
We ordered some kind of seafood platter. The chips if I remember were not your typical fries, they were more like thick potato chips. The breading on the fish was not your typical thick batter, it was a very light crusting instead. I am sure many will appreciate the light batter and perhaps love it, but myself I like my fish prepared in the style of dripping batter heart attack special. Everything tasted fine though.
For I think about $20 for the platter it was decent value. Service was friendly and nice enough for what the place was.
I probably won't return just because its not my kind of batter. I'll take some greasy C-Lovers over this, but that's just me.