Its a very small place. Its a bar with a couple tables off to the side, not really a restaurant. The service was good and the food was good.
The hotel recommended this place as where the locals eat. The shrimp was great and I could tell the locals did like this place. Highly recommend this for a quick seafood lunch. Next time we willtry dinner.
I had the grilled snapper. Very good, light blackened seasoning, it was priced at $29 (ouch). Vegetable medley was good, skillet cooked I think, not grilled but not overdone. Hushpuppies were the frozen kind out of the bag-we all know the ones- kinda disappointed in that. Grilled shrimp were tasty, again light blackened seasoning and butter. Christy was our waitress... More
The staff is great and the food is even better. We were only in Galveston for two nights and we went there both nights. Everything is so good I really can't recommend one dish over another and trust me, I tasted most of them.
We came here after a recommendation from a girl working at the Texas Flight Museum. We love greek food and figured since we were on the coast it would be interesting to see how they incorporated cajun into it. We were sorely dissapointed. The food is just like any other local seafood joint- poboys, boiled shrimp, way over priced combo... More
Went to Cajun Greek tonight..spicy peel and eat shrimp delish..boudain balls very good..tried for the first time..fried catfish delish...will come back when we visit island again..Alfonso made the visit great!..loved the spices (from Santa Fe, NM)
Love this place. Food is always fresh and flavorful. Sometimes they may run out of things, but that's because it's so fresh. We always come for the seafood with a fun twist.
pleasant surprise of good food and service. Would definitely eat there again. We ordered the blackened flounder and for this time they got it perfectly right. It was fresh and delicious!
Ordered a $35 two pound blackened flounder. Terrible! black and over seasoned on one side and just browned on the other. No coffee available: "It takes too long so we stopped offering it." No baklava available in the "Greek" restaurant. Sides of grilled veggies and onion rings were both disappointing. Onion rings probably frozen. Wait time was too long. Fresh... More
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