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All reviews fried seafood crab claws hush puppies coleslaw cocktail sauce cedar key plastic utensils hole in the wall no credit cards great seafood two sides seafood restaurant friendly service small place iced tea shucked adams
Ok, the batter on the oysters was delicious but so darn greasy that I could taste it hours later. Either the oil should be hotter or the oysters should drain longer. The portion of oysters and shrimp was generous but the cole slaw came in...More
Best raw or cooked oysters around. Although the menu is limited, every selection is wonderfully and quickly prepared and served by very helpful and friendly staff.
Seating is limited so come early for lunch and don’t forget to bring cash; no credit cards accepted.
This place is a true hole in the wall. Takes cash only! Has a oyster bar with the best shuckers in America. Oysters are alway clean and fresh. The fried food is cheap and hot and crispy. Everything is alway served quick. Been eating here...More
My hubby and me were traveling and we looked up Shell Oyster Bar! It’s a little place that not for the TripAdvisor we would not have gone into! We are glad we did! The food was very good! We both had oysters, scallop,crab claws! If...More
This seafood restaurant has been around for years. It's located on the south of Tallahassee between Adams and Monroe. If you are looking for some consistent good fried seafood at a moderate price, this is the place for you. Oysters anywhere depend on the season...More
Very friendly and proper service for locals and visitors alike. Five of us visiting from Miami felt very welcome. The fried seafood specials were tasty. Always refilling with good iced tea. All tasted fresh.
My friend, an FSU grad, took us here and boy am I glad he did! If you are from out of town, you may never make it through the door of this hidden local treasure. It’s a cinder block building behind a gas station converted...More
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Take Monroe St. South past the Capital Building. Go under the railroad overpass and look for a Subway Sub shop on your right. Turn Right onto Oakland Ave (aka FAMU way). The Shell on the right, tucked up behind a auto... More
Take Monroe St. South past the Capital Building. Go under the railroad overpass and look for a Subway Sub shop on your right. Turn Right onto Oakland Ave (aka FAMU way). The Shell on the right, tucked up behind a auto repair garage. Look for the signs as the restaurant is very non-descript. Also, CASH only.
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