We went here because the place we expected to go for a "real" dinner was closed for a private party...and every other place was either not yet open for the season or too far from our hotel for our preference. That said -- we were so so glad we came here. It is a basic seafood "shack"; order at one window, pick up at another; picnic tables mostly outside (including an upper deck), and a few tables in a covered, but open area. The menu is small; fish and chips, lobster roll and chips ($14); lobster-burger and chips, steamed mussels($8), and some other items I don't recall. Two selections of PEI beer on tap and a red and white wine -- beer and wine each $5.50 a glass. I ordered the lobster roll, my husband the fried fish (haddock). The beer was very good the wine adequate. It took about 15 minutes for the order to come up...both were absolutely perfect. The lobster roll was huge and the meat tender with just the right amount of mayo to hold it together; this was absolutely the best lobster roll I've ever had. The fish was perfectly cooked and tender with a crispy crust. The amount of chips was double what they could have served w/o complaint. This was so good, the following evening we opted to go back and get 2 lobster rolls to go (minus the chips) to bring back to our hotel for a later dinner. While we were waiting, my husband decided to order the steamed mussels --- we figured for $8 it would be an "appetizer" size. Not so --- there were at least 40 all nice sized, all perfectly cooked and delicious in their own juice, with melted butter on the side. The lobster rolls we had later were just as good as the previous evening. It isn't fancy dining but the food is just as good, if not better, than many "real" restaurants. This was definitely a "happy accident."
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