When cousins Jeff and Sam began King’s Seafood they decided to focus on quality. Their philosophy has served the company well.
King’s Fish House is a commercial venture by the brothers to bring more seafood facilities to the masses. The quality, however, is the same as the high-end restaurants in their portfolio because it is all purchased through its main seafood company.
The inside is inviting and warm, nicely decorated in rich woods and quality furniture. The staff is sincere and pleasant.
The menu is large and varied, and features selections that allow families to enjoy seafood in a comfortable atmosphere. But at the same time it provides food seafood enthusiasts will covet. One of those items is the oyster shooters. They come in two styles, Baja and Miyagi, and for me it was tough to choose. The Baja comes with a pico de gallo sauce that gives a little kick, but nothing compared to the Miyagi style. That has roe cured in wasabi and with the pickled ginger will wake you up quickly.