Last year, Orange County saw the introduction of Spike’s Fish House, a fast-casual concept that opened in Rancho Santa Margarita, offering a variety of fresh fish, grilled to order, at a reasonable price point. Driven by the success of the restaurant, Partners Tim Aspel and Bob Turner, have opened a second location in Laguna Niguel, that focuses on serving a variety of fresh fish, beer and wine.
Unlike most fast-casual concepts in the area, Spike’s Fish House prides itself on displaying its fresh fish, and allowing guests to view it being grilled from an open display kitchen. The restaurant’s specialty is a Fish House Plate that features a ½ pound of a grilled fish, such as Tilapia “panko style” or fresh Salmon, with a choice of white or brown rice, and seasonal vegetables, all chopped and sauteed fresh.
Guests may select from Spike’s popular fish options, including Tilapia “panko style,” Wild Salmon, Bass, Snapper, Yellow Tail, Swordfish, Ahi, and Mahi Mahi.
Spike’s also allows guests to enjoy their fish between the bun as a slider; in a corn or flour tortilla as a taco; with white or brown rice in a bowl; or as a healthy lettuce wrap. Those who prefer a non-seafood option can enjoy fresh, grilled all-white meat chicken.
Spike’s Fish House is now open daily in Laguna Niguel (27020 Alicia Parkway #D), and in Racho Santa Margarita (30465 Avenida De Las Flores #C). For more information, including full menu, please visit: http://www.spikesfishhouse.com
posted by Suzanna