My husband and I ate dinner here on a brief stay at Chicoteague Island, per the recommendation of staff at our motel. It was a short three-block walk from our motel, but we chose to drive since we were tired after our day out. Parking is a bit difficult to locate, but was adequate once we found it. We arrived approximately 5:30 p.m. and did not have a reservation. We were greeted and seated promptly. Our server was friendly and helpful, but not intrusive or overwhelming. She was attentive to our needs throughout our dinner. My husband ordered flounder and I order the fried oyster dinner. The salads were nice. My husband's flounder was cooked well and was a very generous portion. I was disappointed in the oyster dinner. Fried oysters are a treat for me and I only have them a few times per year. The ones served to me at this dinner were generous, about 20 oysters, but appeared to not be hand-breaded on-site and the flavor was lacking and not of the quality I was hoping for on Chincoteague Island in Chesapeake Bay. My husband and I would return here for dinner, but I would order something other than the fried oyster dinner for sure.
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