Best seafood for the money in the area. Very good slaw and real baked potatoes (not microwaved). I always ask for Teresa.
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Good fish and shrimp. Prices reasonable - service was good. We did have a reservation but it wasn't necessary.
The staff was excellent, had a large senior group and they enjoyed the meals. We were served very quickly and overall it was a very good experience.
First time visiting this restaurant. The place was pretty antique and could some updating however, the facilities were clean. The fish tank has some funky moss looking stuff covering the decorations...not sure if it is algae or what but it there off what would be...More
There is a varied menu and that is a good thing. The fried shrimp are very good. Hush puppies are a bit different from the norm. Everyone enjoyed their dishes but especially the crab cakes and fried clams.
My family has been going here for years. We went for my Aunt's Birthday and I gave the manager a small cake ask if they would bring to table after we ate ""He said sure"" Well we got to table waitress brought us hush puppies...More
I hate giving two star reviews, but I didn’t see much merit in this establishment. Service was very slow, the food was disgusting and expensive, and we were ignored by the waiter for most of our stay (no refills, took 25 minutes to bring check)....More
My husband and I stopped by here on a whim and it was one of the best stops we have made. I've been here many many years ago and enjoyed it. We were politely greeted and seated immediately as we came in. Our server was...More
This restaurant would be great in New Orleans since fried seafood seems to be their speciality. Never been to a place where they charge you extra if you want your main dish broiled instead of fried. Nevertheless I ordered the broiled Alaskan White Fish blackened...More
Went here for my birthday, although I am not a seafood eater. Brought my mom with me. We both had a very enjoyable lunch. She ended up have the seafood platter, I got the steak. I now know why the parking lot is always full,...More