Like most sea food restaurants in this part of Texas that aren't overtly pricey or fancy, this restaurant offers mostly fried sea food. However the menu is large, and the food is good. You get the feeling this used to be a Chinese Buffet, and and the egg rolls and fried rice on the menu only add credence to that suspicion. However, along with my calamari and stuffed crab (both tasty) I had the egg rolls and was not disappointed. The atmosphere leaves something to be desired. It's open, no character really, and very quiet.
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