We ended up coming here because the "other" restaurant we planned on going to had to close the kitchen unexpectedly. We came inside and were promptly seated for a table of two. The servers were very friendly and we didnt have to wait very long for our food. I had a miramar pasta bowl and my gf had the clam chowder and some calamari. The food tasted good but i found two tiny pieces of hard crustacean shell in my food but im eating seafood so i just went on with it. My gf really enjoyed her clam chowder.The menu prices were competitive with other restaurants on the wharf. The calamari happy hour sampler was very good. On the bad side... Honestly, the place looks dated, run down, and weathered as the wharf itself. Part of dining out is the ambience and this place didnt have much of it. I wasnt too thrilled upon receiving my $18 bowl of pasta which at best had prawns the size of a dime. It was good but not worth the price.
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