I hate fish, but I ate it anyway; and was I ever surprised at how good it can be. This is a small place, but popular. As best I can tell, we were greeted by the owner, which, I think, is a good sign. My friend ate about everything on the menu it seemed--he had the seafood platter with fried oysters--and he was delighted. The service was a little slow, but I expect that happens when food is cooked to order. I enjoy fish--who knew it could taste good. I even tried an oyster. The only problem was there we had no room for dessert.
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