Of course, the main thing to get is the grouper and chips. Very fresh and tasty, with a crisp, light coating - very good fries and I think homemade tartar sauce. The grouper sandwiches we saw going by looked excellent too.
Be aware, this place is extremely tiny - the biggest table sat three. Basically a gem but a hole-in-the wall, we drove by it a couple of times before finding it in a strip mall. I would recommend going off-hours as we were there at 2 pm for a late lunch and though not crazy, almost all tables were full. Grouper and Chips is family-run and has a very homey, casual atmosphere; however maybe a bit too laid back as the two sisters running the place thought that each other were getting us menus so we sat menu-less for about 10 minutes until my husband got up and said something. However, being in the business since a baby, one sister talked about the seafood on the menu quite knowledgeably, explaining the different kinds of grouper and what they had in that day.
Don't forget to order the Key Lime Pie - light and tart, the best of all the pies we tested (too extensively :o)) all over Florida.
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