We chose the original and possibly busier location on the wharf. The line ups to order and pickup remained 10 people deep the whole time we were there but they actually do an amazing job at getting you through and every order is hot out of the fryer. There are no warming tables here!
Once you have gone halibut you will never go back! I am doomed to pay the extras $6 for the rest of my days but the three piece Halibut and Chips is definitely worth the cash and wait here!
Chips are bottomless by the way but we were not able to take advantage. The halibut was meaty and cooked to perfection and the fries were of the skin on, very crispy type with lots of the little pieces worth fighting over. Served with very good tartar and serve yourself lemon, malt vinegar, necessary napkins etc. Perfect!
We tried a couple of their Crab cakes. I'm guessing 30 to 40% crab mixed with cracker crumb and finally diced peppers and these were pretty good too. We locals love to eat outside when the sun shines (Pajo's has no indoor seating) and the area boasts fresh seafood direct from the fishermen and the occasional Sunday radio controlled sailboat regatta. Definitely worth visiting for excellent fish and chips and just touristing around!!