The first time we pulled up to this permanent food truck parked in a small gravelly parking lot next to a dock in the swamps along a busy road, I was skeptical. It turns out Hooked Up was our most frequented restaurant during our two week stay in Wildwood.
Restaurant may not be the right word, as this place is literally a food truck with some adjacent picnic tables. However, the ambiance screams fresh fish. The tables are set up in the back along the dock, and you're right next to the fishing boats that were used to catch your food. If you get there early enough for lunch, you can watch the friendly Captain and his sons unloading and cleaning the catch. They were very nice about answering questions from their land lubbing customers.
You order at the window and go sit at the tables in the back. When they're done cooking your food they bring it out the back door to you. We had the crabs, shrimp and fish of the day, which were some the best we've ever had, but what kept us coming back was their fried flounder sandwich. It is lightly breaded, golden brown, moist and flaky, served on a bun with lettuce and tomato. Everything here is fresh and delicious. Not cheap, but worth it with every bite.
The thought of waiting a year for more Hooked Up seems like an eternity.
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