Visited in July 2012 - the food is clean and fresh. The cost is about the same as all other restaurants in area ($2 per oyster).
We had a half dozen oysters, which were amazingly fresh.
Traditional PEI mussels - they were very good, exactly what you'd expect.
Seafood chowder - by far the best we had on the island this trip (and we tried 4 different places) - it was chock full of different seafood in big pieces, and very light on cream.
The house salad was fresh, nothing memorable.
The service was pleasant enough, and the view of the harbor is simply awe (and appetite) inspiring.
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