Good Food. If I want some good seafood without all the fanfare I go to Sea Island. It's not haute cuisine but it's consistently good, well prepared and plentiful seafood that's never disappointing. I've tried a lot of the menu items over the years and they've all been tasty, but I keep coming back to the original Fish and Shrimp plate that used to be called #16. I will keep going back.
Family-run local chain offers a variety of seafood in a low-key nautical setting..
Ship wheels separate two main dining areas. The full menu, offering combinations, also caters to children and seniors with fairly generous portions. Appetizers include lightly breaded fried calamari rings (with marinara sauce) and ceviche--shrimp marinated in lime juice, tomatoes and herbs. Two popular dishes feature the house fish, Icelandic pollock: fried fillets or lemon peppered, with cole slaw, fries and two hush puppies. The char-broiled shrimp is kabob style. Steaks are available.
first class casual. Sea Island is very concerned obout the customers! If something is wrong they are more than happy to fix it without hesitation! The prices are excellent and you don't have any wait staff that you have to tip! more money saved! The food is so fresh and all made from scratch daily. It is a casual restaurant with first class food! I definately recomend eating at and of the Sea Island Shrimp Houses for you and your family to visit!
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