We tried Rock'N Fish at L.A. Live on Saturday with Mr. Monkey's family.
Ugh. What a stupid name.
It's a local chain with a typical chain feel.
With crayons and fries, it was the perfect destination for Little Monkey Niece.
Fresh, meaty, and zero work. Thumbs up.
The San Francisco garlic cheese toast ($7.95) was a crowd-pleaser.
And then he devoured these Manila clam steamers ($14.95) in wine broth with Andouille sausage, fire-roasted corn, red pepper, onion, and garlic.
Little Monkey Niece liked her spaghetti.
Mr. Monkey ordered the oak grilled shrimp and garlic brochettes ($14.95) with sauteed spinach and fries. He enjoyed the whole garlic cloves.
I got the crab cakes ($14.95) with spicy mac 'n' cheese and sweet potato fries.
Good enough. It's hard to be unhappy with these components.
Little Monkey Niece's parents shared a warm chocolate lava cake ($7.95).
Mr. Monkey and I dug into the sticky toffee pudding ($7.95).
Best thing of the day in my opinion.
Little Monkey Niece is constantly moving.
She and her parents gave me this.
After a free lunch (and free shoes), we checked into another free hotel room.
The sunset from our window was pretty cool.