Review by Wraith6
To whet our appetites, we had bowls of New England clam chowder, and New England fish chowder. Both soups are my favorites, and I have them as much as I can at home, but here they are much better than I can get normally.
The main prize that was to be enjoyed here is the whole steamed Maine Lobster. Nothing is more perfect. Just make sure to eat all you can, especially under the head.
We also enjoyed a selection of fried food as the fisherman's platter, which included, shrimp, scallops, clam strips, squid, and fish. All were well cooked, and very tasty. Others in our group ordered popcorn shrimp, and butterflied shrimp, fried like tempura.
The setting is somewhat like a shore "fish shack" with basic long tables, covered in paper, seating up to 8. When you get inside, you notice the fresh fish and seafood display; they will sell you anything they cook at the restaurant, in either raw or cooked form. On a typical day, there is a long line out the door of diners waiting for a table, so you can check out the critters on ice. There's an enormous parking lot and some seating outside, too. Don't let the appearance put you off!
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