We just ate there after taking a puffin/eagle/seal watching tour and the food was delicious. The owner, who was extremely friendly ran through the whole menu with great detail for us. We decided on the fish and chips, obviously. He told us about his process for aging the potatoes, the fish was very fresh, battered right in front of us and he threw in a couple of pieces for himself (so you know it must be good), he topped it wish fresh sea salt that he said he made himself and finished it off with a curry infused tarter sauce which I thought was great but my girlfriend didn't care for too much. For the $14 cost of a 2pc fish&chips I thought the portions were a bit small but let me tell you it's all about quality not quantity! We ended up both leaving full and satisfied so it was very well worth it. It wasn't just the food though, the eclectic collection of lobster traps, wooden stump seating, hand painted rocks (perfect for weighing down my napkin's in the wind ) and the pleasant conversation with the owner, all added to this wonderful, small town chip truck experience!
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