Excellent little neighborhood restaurant, worth diverting for if you are in the Monterey Bay area. Specializes mostly in fish (from non-overfished ...
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The SceneLocated in a low, boxy beige building at the end of Pacific Grove's main shopping strip, Passionfish does indeed have a passionate following. Locals and savvy visitors keep the two simple, white-tablecloth dining rooms buzzing. Servers are knowledgable but apt to disappear once orders have been placed. The FoodChef-owner Ted Walter has built Passionfish's following with a sophisticated approach to contemporary California cuisine. The emphasis is on local, seasonal produce and fresh fish, with Walter's inspiration ranging from Asia and the Mediterranean to San Francisco and the heartland. A flavorful warm goat cheese salad with apples and pecans precedes an equally savory plate of sage-laced butternut-squash ravioli. Seafood selections include Alaskin halibut with black-pepper rum sauce, and Kauai shrimp with lemongrass salad and spicy Vietnamese sauce. Beyond the sea, entrees such as rack of lamb, duck confit and a classic rib eye round out the menu.
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