nice view but overpriced and salty food.
if you're all about a restaurant with a view, this place is a stunner. if food is important to you, you'll be better off eating elsewhere (perhaps in nearby seaport village?) since you don't get what you pay for here. we had the smoked fish appetizer- very salty since they serve the platter of various smoked fish with their own garlic toast, garlic prawn pasta- mostly pasta and very dry, clam chowder- traces of clam but mostly white soup, and mexican prawns- these are gigantic but rubbery in some areas and undercooked in others and they were not sweet. most entrees start at about $40-$50, the portions are average (at least from what i saw at neighboring tables). we had their cobbler dessert- nothing special and quite expensive at nearly $11! parking is horrible and valet service is usually overwhelmed- so much so that they stop taking cars.
We went with a group of 4 for restaurant week. We had an amazing table out on the terrace area, and the views are just amazing. We has the tombo, the crab cakes and some hamachi sushi, and it was all pretty good. Not fabulous, but pretty good. And the views and old-school, comfortable, service-oriented ambiance was worth it.
Fine dining with an emphasis on fresh seafood and a spectacular view of San Diego Bay.. In Short Located on the second floor of The Fish Market, this sophisticated dining spot offers fresh seafood served in a quiet, sophisticated setting. Guests enjoy intimate seating arrangements and scenic views from Point Loma to the Coronado Bridge. An exhibition-style kitchen allows diners to see the mesquite-grilled seafood entrees and more than 20 appetizers being prepared. Specialties include Creole prawns, Dungeness crab, cioppino, and Australian lobster tail.