don't be fooled by building, the area or the pub next door, this is a classy place to eat and the food is just good, good, good. owner/chef david has lots of experience and does wonders with his small kitchen/cooking area.
fish, veggies, bread all fresh and sides and sauces (as well as items like egg rolls) are made on premises by david or his wife rofi (both of who greeted me and were very friendly).
my dinner came with fresh bread and black/green olive tapenade. for appitizer tried the steamed cedar key clams ($7.50)...generous portion, lots of flavor . my entree was "Our Famous Curry with Shrimp"...."a mild curry with candle nut, lemon grass, cumin, lime leaf and galunga", ($14.95). my 7 shrimp, in a ramiken filled with curry sauce, came with rice and a very interesting vegetable mix - very mildly pickled (and i would guess slightly cooked) cucumber and carrot - was excellent and complimented the spiciness of the curry. the hot sauce offered by rofi is of her own making. it wouldn't satisfy the "sauce heads" that demand blast furnace heat, but it had a great taste and enough heat for the average eater.
on another day i had a grilled grouper sandwich ($9.95)....served with slice of onion, tomato and remoulade sauce, and a side of homemade potato salad (fries also available). the roll was fresh, tasty and the fish was well-cooked and very good. the potato salad (made with yukon gold potatoes) was a great alternative to fries.
nothing fancy about decor, but if your more interested in the quality and taste of food than in "atmosphere" this is a great place to eat for reasonable prices, good choices in beer and wine. for more info. on chef david and menu check http://www.currycreekc...
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