We are in Cannon Beach, Oregon this weekend for Carrie to participate in the recording sessions for this years Singing Christmas Tree. We got checked into our motel in the old downtown area, and first step was to find lunch.
Right around the corner from our Motel we found Morris' Fireside Grille, and decided to give it a try. I decided on fish and chips, because I love fresh fish. The fish was lightly battered and crunchy on the outside, while staying perfectly flaky and moist inside. Not an easy feat, but it made for a terrific lunch. Morris' adds dill to the batter, giving it a nice zip even without tartar sauce. The hand-cut "driftwood" fries were large and flavorful if a little soft.
Carrie and Andrew had the French Dip, and reported the meat tender and flavorful, with an Aus Jous so flavorful Andrew actually drank it from the cup after his sandwich was gone. Hailey went with a chicken sandwich so big she could only eat half. A large chicken breast with bacon and normal toppings of lettuce and tomato on a sturdy bread that stayed together made for a great meal for her.
In all I was very happy with the service and quality of food Morris' Fireside Grille delivered. As with most seaside communities the price was a little high with lunch for four coming in at $65.00 plus tip, but for portions this large and food this good I was happy to pay the tab.