You would think you were in New England! The shrimp and onion rings are served in a tempura like batter. Delicious. Casual atmosphere. Not too large, so secure a table first!
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Tried this place based on previous reviews and was glad I did and had GPS to find it also. Not hard to find but no large sign for advertising, so look for it. Seems to be where the locals eat. Ordered fried shrimp, onion rings,...More
Bay Street is a tiny place in downtown Daytona that's bright, cheery, as neat and clean as a pin. It does fried seafood right: the seafood is not heavily battered and doesn't arrive at your table greasy. It's prepared just right. Given all of this,...More
Drove up to this small restaurant and almost drove away. Wow! Are we glad we went in. This tiny off the beaten track seafood restaurant was fantastic. My wife had the scallops and I had the swordfish blackened, two nice size filets that were cooked...More
Don't be fooled by looks, this place may not be cute or elegant but if you are looking for great seafood this is the place to look for while in Daytona. Great fish and chips, an incredible fish reuben sandwich will blow your mind, also...More
Awesome little shop with great seafood. The Ruben sandwich was excellent as I have never had a fish Ruben before. My wife's fried shrimp were excellent as well and we both enjoyed the onion rings. Fair prices and friendly staff. Best lunch we had in...More
Instead of traditional coating, mine had what seemed like cornmeal on long thin strips of fish. That made frying easier to manage and yield steaming hot but moist/juicy fish inside the crunchy exterior. I had to wait about 5 minutes for them to cool down,...More