We ate here based upon the many excellent reviews. It is a small shack with access to nearby, mostly unshaded (a problem at noon on a 90 degree F day) concrete tables. We were expecting to eat lobster, but apparently it was not in- season (early June) and was not on the difficult-to-read-sun-faded posted menus. We decided to try the fried fish and conch salad instead. We never have had conch salad before, and found it rather bland & tasteless… I would not order it again. I loved the fried fish, but my wife found it too difficult to eat…always getting a mouthful of bones…and she did not appreciate the head still being on. They prepare everything fresh in a very primitive kitchen…. and it takes over 20 minutes, even with only a couple of people ahead of you. The orders are hand written in a small ledger…nothing modern or electronic…not even acash register…a very casual way to do business. We’d go back on a cooler day and when they have lobster.
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