Along with the magnificent view of the Columbia River and the spectacular sunsets, you’ll see large piles of rock near the shore. These rocks were used as ballast in the old sailing ships as they entered the Columbia, to pick up sealed and canned salmon. To make room for the fish, they would throw the rocks overboard and they still lie there today. You will also notice a rusty metal sculpture to the left, which is in reality, a boiler - the only remnant of a burnt-out cannery. You’ll see all types of boats and ships pass within 600 feet of your table, and there are plenty of seals and water birds out there also. We have been credited with many awards and commendations over the years not bad for a little English fish and chips shop.