From WSB contributor Bill “Hutch” Hutchison:
The “OPEN” sign is on at West Seattle Fish House (9005 35th SW). We first told you about the new eatery a month ago; sisters and co-owners Muzit Evans and Senait Beyene are now up and running, with Chef Anthony Mohammed, former owner of Tacoma Fish House Café:
They say their hours, for starters, will be 11 am-8 pm, seven days a week. The menu (for the next month or so) will consist of fish and chips only, with four types of fish available (Pacific Cod, Snow Cod, Tilapia and Salmon). (For you “a-fish-ianados,” Snow Cod is also known as Alaska Pollock or Walleye Pollock in the fishery world.) Prices range from $6.99 for two pieces of Pacific cod to $9.99 for the same portion of salmon. There are also three- and five-piece selections of each fish available ($15.99 the highest price, for 5 pieces of salmon) all served with fries. French fries can also be ordered as a side dish for $1.99. Future plans include salad, clam chowder and deep-fried shrimp. Choices for beverages are sodas or bottled water. You can eat in (12 seats) or call your order in and take it to go. Sometime in the future they may offer delivery to a limited area. The phone number is 206-457-8643. Cash only for now (they will take credit cards as soon as they get it set up). For the next week, there is a “$1 off” introductory price for everyone, which will continue for students and seniors beyond that time.