Fish Camp

Seafood
$ $
16600 Pacific Coast Hwy
Huntington Beach, CA 92649
(562) 592-2267
Monday
11:00am - 8:30pm
Tuesday
11:00am - 8:30pm
Wednesday
11:00am - 8:30pm
Thursday
11:00am - 8:30pm
Friday
11:00am - 9:00pm
Saturday
11:00am - 9:00pm
Sunday
11:00am - 8:30pm

Menu

Tips

  • So fresh! Everything here is awesome. This is my favorite restaurant in OC.
  • Yummy clam chowder & sour dough bread !
  • Order the Ahi Poke! They manage to improve on perfection by adding chopped macadamia nuts, scallions, and what I think is Sriracha. Just plain yum!
  • Get the spinach.
  • Oh my goodness... dog friendly and fish so fresh it swam to our table & doggie friendly
  • Affordable and delicious. Tried the halibut tacos. Good tasting fish.
  • Outstanding food and service.
  • Too expensive. Poor value. However, to be fair, fish was properly prepared and tasty.
  • Try the poke appetizer and Baja shrimp cocktail. The poke has nuts in it and the shrimp is in a Bloody Mary type sauce.
  • We had Maui Maui and Swordfish sandwiches. Both were wonderful and we will visit again!
  • The best bread!!! Make sure to get some sourdough!
  • Steak and crab cakes - very good very nice.
  • Passed by here many times. Had an awesome grilled halibut sandwich. Will be back.
  • Yummy sourdough bread...I could eat a whole loaf!
  • They know how to cook/grill fish here! I had the swordfish a la plancha with the garlic marinade. I don't remember having such tender and juicy swordfish like that. Delicious!!
  • Sand dabs with lemon sauce and caper
  • 3/24/2013 Power been out since 1 pm whem we left at 1:35, the kitchen crew and staff were discussing the situation.
  • Landlubbers should sit inside deck is noisy and moves so you might get seasick. Order the Halibut or the scallop+shrimp skewers
  • Try the Ahi Poke!
  • Cute little fish place with fresh catch, cold beer and good fries. Nice stop after walking in Bolsa Chica.

Nearby places

Pacific Coast Highway (Warner Ave)
16635 Pacific Coast Hwy (at 19th St)
16821 Algonquin St (Huntington Harbour)