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Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile I was working today cleaning offices and had no time for lunch.
I knew i didn't want took cook as I would finish working around 6pm. I immediately thought Grover and Chips, family likes it, easy pick...up, always good.
Reviewed 30 June 2020 Ok lets first say, we get take out from this restaurant many times a year and it's always great. My daughter also wanted chicken fingers for her graduation party and it was awesome.
The restaurant bent over backwards to accommodate us and did a fabulous job. Reviewed 17 June 2020 via mobile We have just visited today this establishment for a late lunch.
My fist impression was that the restaurant was as described in trip advisor. As good as the food was, we will not return to this establishment, since we were made to feel unwelcome.
Reviewed 22 March 2020 Freshest, most delicious grouper and chips, bar none! Fish stew is very popular, with some tempting pasta seafood dishes as well.
Reviewed 14 March 2020 This place is truly a “hole in the wall” but one worth revisiting. Reviewed 12 March 2020 via mobile A friend and I had dinner here on a Tuesday evening.
This is a tiny place, with a few extra tables outside, bordering the parking lot and street, and we waited to a few minutes, which wasn’t a problem. The prices are not inexpensive, considering it’s a serving of fish and limp fries, served with a small plastic cup of watery coleslaw and a smaller plastic cup of tartar sauce.
Wine is served in stemless glasses, no bottles sold. House wine is $7.95, regular brands, like the Clifford Bay Avignon Blanc I ordered, was $9.95.
Although the fish is tasty, I don’t think I’d bother coming back. More Reviewed 9 March 2020 via mobile Delicious food and great service.
The place is very busy, and we were offered a half hour wait for a table inside. One negative I think ...the french fries woo a bit ordinary.but the grouper was really excellent.
Description: Olive or gray body coloration with black blotches and brassy spots; gently rounded properly. Remarks: Spawns between May and August; protogynous hermaphrodites, young predominantly female, transforming into males as they grow larger; larger individuals generally in greater depths; feeds on fish and squid.
Description: Brownish gray in color with dark worm-like markings on sides; strong serrated spur at bottom margin of properly, less noticeable in large specimens; fins dark, with anal and caudal having white margin. Where found: Adults offshore over rocks and reefs; juveniles occur in seagrass beds inshore.
Young gags are predominantly female, transforming into males as they grow larger; feeds on fish and squid. It is the most versatile in its class due to a high moisture and oil content, and denseness of flake.
Scamp Family Serranidae, Sea basses and grouper Mycteroperca final Description: Color light gray or brown; large adults with elongated caudal-fin rays; reddish brown spots on sides that tend to be grouped into lines; some yellow around corners of mouth.
Remarks: Spawns in late spring; feeds on small fish, squid, and crustaceans; undergoes sex transformation from female to male as it becomes older. Description: Color tan or brown with darker spots, or a network of spots, fused into lines; distinct yellow wash behind the jaws; yellow around the eyes; outer edges of fins yellowish.
Where found: Offshore over reefs and rocks; not as common as scamp in the Gulf; range limited to southern Florida. Remarks: Undergoes sex reversal, young individuals are female, older individuals becoming male; young fish are bi color, dark above white below; feeds on small fish and crustaceans.
Description: Misty grouper has 8 or 9 regular darker brown bars on the side Description: Color brownish red; lining of mouth scarlet-orange; blotches on sides in unorganized pattern; second spine of dorsal fin longer than others; pectoral fins longer than pelvic fins; squared off tail; margin of soft dorsal black with white at mid fin; black dots around the eyes.
Remarks: Spawns in April and May; prefer water temperatures between 66 and 77 degrees F; undergoes sex reversal, young individual females becoming males as they age; feeds on squid, crustaceans, and fish. It is the most versatile in its class due to a high moisture and oil content, and denseness of flake.