Awesome - awesome -awesome!! Stopped in for a quiet offseason Monday lunch & ended up with the best oysters/shrimp/oyster poor boy & haddock chowder ever!! Thanks Ralph!!! We will definitely be back next spring!
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Was totally taken back how wonderful the food and presentation was at a somewhat low key restaurant - will make this a must on next visit
Like last year we sat outside overlooking the water. The oysters on the half shell were the best on the trip, plump, juicy, and the sauces they served were interesting and tasty. We got Selects and they were huge. We agreed we wouldn't try their...More
Had lunch here one sunny October day and was not disappointed. The oysters we chose were so much bigger than we expected and very tasty. I ordered a hot lobster roll which was tasty and done to perfection. My husband had the lobster salad roll...More
Quiet dinner at the end of the season. Nothing special. Days later and I can't remember what I had eaten.
I ordered swordfish. It was unevenly cooked. My first few bites were over cooked. When I got to the middle it was undercooked. Overall, it lacked taste. The accompanying rice was just plain white rice; dry and tasteless. On the plus side, the service was...More
Having been drawn by the lobster over a wood fire, we opted for a late lunch. Nice atmosphere, deceiving large seating areas. The lobster did not disappoint, neither did the fried combo platter of scallops a whole clams. Their slaw and the fries were good,...More
This was my first time eating oysters so I was a bit skeptical to try them. I have to say I was surprised at how wonderful they are. I had horseraddish and cocktail sauce on mine, perfect heat. Will return here for sure