In a town with plenty of over-hyped fish n chips options, Pacific Inn is almost too good to be true. I don't know what they coat the fish in - some mix of parmesan cheese, spices, and fairy dust - but it will leave you craving it for days. Plus, at $7.99 for a massive helping, it's by far the cheapest version you can find in the greater Seattle area. The fries are nothing revolutionary in terms of style but are fried perfectly golden.
I ordered the burger once in a misguided attempt to go off book. It was meh, but that's my fault for straying from the standby. Otherwise, they have a solid selection of beer on tap, a couple flat screen tvs for watching sports and an outdoor patio.
OK, so a homeless guy might wander in. OK, so the floor's probably never been cleaned. Just be quiet and munch your fish and use the money you're saving for a second round of beer.
Pros: Fish n chips are addictive
Cons: A little grimy, a little gruff