This restaurant is perhaps not on the best side of town, and the ambience is not the greatest in the world, However, the food is worth ignoring those two things. Fairly extensive menu all things considered.
I had the red snapper broiled and it was cooked to perfection and tasted very fresh. My wife had the combo platter and felt the same way. We had the calamari as an appetizer and ti was as good the the calamari we get at our favorite Italian restaurant in St. Louis.
The kicker to all this is that the prices are very reasonable. If I have any gripe it is that the size of the sides are TOO BIG.
Next time we are in T-Town and need a place to eat, I am putting this definitely first choice
I do have one regret. I lived and worked in Tulsa in the late 90s. I heard of this place then, but never managed to make it there. Boy the good seafood meals I missed out on..
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