Rather than fishing around for our dinner, we headed directly to Woodhouse Fish Company several weeks ago…
How do I begin to describe Woodhouse Fish Company?
With it’s brightly painted white walls decorated in a nautical theme (toy boats, giant squid hung above the doorway, fish jaws, etc), a charming mural of San Francisco’s farmland past, a digital frame that loops shots of a fish boat, seagulls flying around, sea water splashing, I started to wonder whether I am on a little boat parked on the pier rather than on Fillmore Street.
And if the surrounding doesn’t charm, the food probably will. What we had on this visit:
- Wedge Salad with Maytag Blue Cheese (Quirky as they chop the lettuce in half, so it’s kind of weird to eat, but good & fresh.)
- Split-top Maine Lobster roll (Fresh meaty lobster in every bite, and the dressing was not heavy. Delicious!)
- Sautéed Spinach (yum!)
- Scrimshaw Pilsner (smooth taste, light, perfect for this meal.)
A visit to their restroom revealed that the nautical theme doesn’t stop at the dining room. There’s a frame of nautical knots hung above the toilet. Very interesting…
and all of these made for a wonderful adventure at