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Sally's Seafood on the Water
Seafood Restaurant$$$
Today 11:30 am – 3:00 pm, 5:30 – 10:30 pm
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Top of the Hyatt 1 Market Pl San Diego, CA 92101
1 Market PlaceUSCaliforniaSan Diego92101
(619) 358-6740sallyssandiego.com
$$$Seafood Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Seafood Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Sushi Restaurant
Japanese Restaurant
Californian Restaurant
Bar
Today 11:30 am – 3:00 pm, 5:30 – 10:30 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 9:30 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 9:30 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 9:30 pmThursday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 9:30 pmFriday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 10:30 pmSaturday 11:30 am – 3:00 pm, 5:30 – 10:30 pmSunday 11:30 am – 3:00 pm, 5:30 – 9:30 pm
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Welcome to San Diego’s best-kept secret and most romantic fine dining seafood restaurant on the water. Whether you’re looking for a night of sushi and sake or crab crusted New York strip steak and merlot, our menu is all about sustainable seafood, local ingredients and unforgettable flavors.
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Sustainable sushi & seafood with an Asian twist at this modern, elegant eatery in the Grand Hyatt.- Google
"Food and service was great, very fresh tasting seafood, great bloody mary."
"She loves oysters and eats them anywhere she can get them."
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Jessica Ericson
2 months ago
On a recent trip to San Diego (my first), I ended up eating at Sally's twice due to the group I was with. The first dinner was pretty good (I'd give it a B). I had the Sally's signature appetizer which was delicious and the rainbow roll which didn't have a lot of flavor. The second night, I wasn't particularly hungry but was looking forward to a refreshing treat of caprese salad. It was, by far, the worst caprese salad I have ever had. Several of the tomatoes were actually spoiled - not so bad that they tasted sour, but such that they were mushy and bland. There were 3 pieces of mozzarella cheese and the basil was so scant and so thinly sliced that it couldn't even be tasted - more like a garnish. I was only able to eat about half of it. As a presentation point, the tomatoes were all peeled which made them easier to cut but also made them bland in color. An heirloom tomato salad should capitalize on the colors! Overall, worth a stop for the tables near the water but choose something other than the caprese salad.
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Diego Chojkier
5 months ago
Honestly, the food was fine. The decor was great. But, the prices are (very) high. The best thing we ate was the grilled octopus appetizer. Everything else was OK, but nothing was great. Maybe it's very good by hotel restaurant standards, but it sadly does not hold its own against the broader restaurant options.
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Fleta Renninger
7 months ago
When will I ever learn to avoid the tourist restaurants with great views? These places are all over the world and they all typically charge high prices for mediocre food and Sally's Seafood on the Water falls squarely into this category.The wine list was right out the Ralph's Grocery aisle and the waiters steered the customer toward the most expensive items on the menu.
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Archie League
2 years ago
Sitting here resting my bones.... But if this place weren't on the water, it wouldn't be on Zagat. Grilled romaine salad was flavorless with only a perfunctory minute on the grill, "Sea bass" was overdone, colleagues' lobster pot pies were both salty. Service was fine, like in a good chain, but the waiter did have that CA medicinal glazed look in his eyes. Pack your own lunch, put Otis on the ipod, and sit on the docks for a better time.
Tracey Wade
3 weeks ago
I had a great Dinner at the bar. It was pretty slow at about 7pm on a Wednesday night with June gloom and heavy mist. My martini with blue cheese stuffed olives was great, bar tender very attentive and nice. My diver scallops were crazy good, cooked perfectly with potato gnocchi -all gluten free!! Menu is awesome and clearly delineates "dietary issues". So important for wheat and other allergies.
Twana Coombs
7 months ago
Old world steakhouse with lots of wood and leather. Incredibly attentive staff and great food. Only complaint was the parking. It took 20 minutes to get from the entrance of the parking lot to the parking valet. Not their fault. Just very crowded at the beach early on a summer's eve.
Brock McCaman
a year ago
When our cruise ship pulled into port, one of our plans for the day was to lunch at Sally's. Having read the menu before leaving home, there were several dishes we wanted to try. For starters, I had the roasted tomato/ancho chili soup which was totally delicious (so good I had a second cup), and my wife had the oysters with grapefruit vodka granita. She loves oysters and eats them anywhere she can get them. These were very fresh, and the granita was a new and pleasant experience for her. Her lobster salad in the roll was very good, however it was overpowered by a bit too much bread. I loved my salmon Caesar salad; the salmon was grilled to perfection. The wine selection was extensive and we settled on a very good bottle of French rose (which is not a sweet wine). The wait staff was very professional and the quality of service was excellent. John Anastasopoulos, the General Manager visited our table to inquire about our lunch experience and to make sure it was perfect in every way. We would not hesitate to recommend this restaurant and we look forward to future visits. It is now our San Diego favorite.
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Bobby Choi
2 years ago
Whether you are looking for a romantic dinner with your love one or a casual dining with your family and kids, Sally's can satisfy your need. Their seafood (except Sushi) are well prepared and presented. Ambient in the restaurant (particularly evening time) is excellent. Among all other restaurants in downtown San Diego area, Sally's offers one of the the high-end services. Their wait staff are well trained and knowledgeable about what they serve. One minor side is about their sushi dishes. I would say, their sushi dishes are either average or below average compare to other seafood dishes that they offer. • Service: Excellent and highly skilled staff (will add more joys to be dinning there) • Price: a bit pricy as all good restaurants would • Atmosphere: Excellent • Food Quality: Superb and great wine selections as well • Parking: You can park in Hyatt Hotel garage and get validated for 3 hours in max or parking nearby the street • Avoid factor: They tend to get busy during weekends and be sure to make a reservation prior to visit • Recommendation: Try their awesome desserts
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