This experience was during the annual Blue Crab Festival which may be out of the normal. The hostess seemed to be very unorganized and being first in line, we stood for 10 minutes before being seated even with there being empty tables. I ordered a crab cake sandwich, either broiled or baked, it came fried. The crab cake was literally the size and shape of a golf ball lost on a regular sized hamburg roll. More like what an appetizer would be. I would have been embarrassed to serve that. Along with it came about 2 tablespoons of cole slaw and a single size serving bag of chips. I took the crab cake off of the roll because I did not want a bread sandwich. The crab cake itself was very tasty. The server, Kat, was very friendly and efficient. When she asked how everything was, I told her that they could give serve a larger crab cake and her response, although it was funny was, "yeh, I told them to mash it down so it would cover the roll". For $10.95, I left hungry. The stand next door, Fiddlers, $8 for a another crab cake sandwich that was 1/2 inch thick and covered the entire roll. I will not go back to Capt Juel's.
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