It is a non-descript restaurant tucked away on 61st but after a long week of huge eating disappointments in Galveston, this little place redeemed our view of food on the island. The Greek dinner salad was a surprise of freshness and oh-so savory/summery Greek dressing. The crawfish was spicy, steaming and wonderful. As were the fresh oysters on the half shell.The manager brought us a little taste of heaven with the cucumber/yogurt concoction with pita bread, which relieved our tongues from the burn of the extra-spicy crawfish.
The fried oysters were so juicy, tender and fried to perfection with the fresh red snapper being the crowning glory served with cajun sauce which reminds me of shrimp etoufee. I am glad I asked for the sauce on the side because it would have killed the delicate taste of the snapper had it been smothered in it.
If you are dining alone or with a party of two or three, ask to sit at the bar.
I can officially proclaim that this is my new favorite Galveston restaurant. And I've been to most all of 'em!
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