we stopped at rays for lunch at the recommendation of a native. located in what looks like an old warehouse Rays is filled with memorabilia of older days on the islands. That's always fun to look around. I'll say that the blackened mahi I had for lunch was the most succulent fish had in my eight days in the Chincoteague area. any tartar sauce or other toppings would certainly have ruined it, so I passed on them.
my wife had a dozen steam clams which she initially thought was just a tad over cooked but she almost cried when she dropped one on the floor.
french fries were good; Hush Puppies not so much.they were too big and a little mushy.
wifes meal was good, assorted shellfish, steamed and fried and she was happy with it.
my mahi platter, though delicious, was only my fish in filet, french fries, a couple hush puppies, coleslaw, pickle and a coke at 21 dollars. this would be in expensive place for lunch for a family of 4.
but if you're on your way in it's just a little bit down the road on 175 off of 13, and if you're before checkin time you might wanna stop here for lunch; the native highly recommended the prime rib.
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