Stopped by here after a Google search looking for the "best fish chowder in Amelia Island". It's a teeny, tiny place with only 7 tables inside (there's outside seating but it was a cold day). The fish chowder was wonderful -- a very light coconut cream with a broth seasoned to perfection -- and lots of seafood inside... Hubby and I also shared a Nicoise Salad with Grilled Salmon. Again, it was wonderful with lots of different greens, along with pickled beets, a scoop of homemade potato salad, olives, etc. Very well done. Service was very good and the place was packed with locals -- with others waiting outside for a table. Very pleased with this little place situated in an old Victorian style home.