The ocean is a completely different world from our own, one that we will never know a single thing about because we can't breathe under there or get our skin wet. Go on a culinary expedition with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of upscale seafood and drinks for two or more
- $20 for $40 worth of upscale seafood and drinks for four or more
Both options are valid for brunch or lunch only. The lunch menu includes a crab-cake sandwich with chipotle aioli ($15.95) and an asian chicken salad with crispy noodles and soy-ginger dressing ($14.95). At weekend brunch, diners can slice into cinnamon-raisin french toast ($6.95) or a fisherman’s omelet with salmon, peppers, and onion ($12.95).
One wouldn’t normally think of fish as having cheeks, but at Fins Bistro, they’re on the menu. The mildly sweet halibut medallions are indicative of the restaurant’s offerings: though mostly seafood, it’s a diverse balance of local and exotic flavors. The Northwest Trio touts the aforementioned cheeks with crab cakes and wild salmon, whereas sashimi-grade ahi tuna is seared and complemented by sautéed spinach. Beyond seafood, the staff cooks meaty entrees such as lamb shank braised in chianti, hinting at Fins' extensive wine list. The selection presents more than 100 varietals culled from near and far locales such as Washington, New Zealand, and Chile. Fins Bistro welcomes guests to sup in the yellow-hued dining room adorned with blue curtains or outside on the patio with large-enough table umbrellas to be used as tarps for baseball fields.
This is a charming, friendly restaurant with good atmosphere and a great staff. Combined with very good food, it's a winning combination.Lissa M, Trip Advisor, 5/29/12
the eggs Benedict is incredible! Perfectly poached egg, understated hollandaise and the perfect balance of flavors!Pam Reich, Urbanspoon, 6/3/12
“Food is always good. Service, even during theatre nights is good. Owner can be a little grouchy - wish they took reservations for theatre goers earlier that two weeks...”
“Food is always good. Service, even during theatre nights is good. Owner can be a little grouchy - wish they took reservations for theatre goers earlier that two weeks before the event. Putanesca is my favorite meal here!”
“Avoid the hours before a performance at the Village Theatre. Otherwise good food and ambience!”
“Great place to go if you like fish!”
301 Front St. N
Issaquah, Washington 98027