Everything was excellent here ... fish, chips, tartar sauce, coleslaw.
The onion rings get the award though for best of the best. The fresh, real onion rings had a light, tempura-like beer batter. A nice small cup of house-made ranch dressing came with them.
The shakes were a thing of beauty, not overly thick and tasting of dairy pureness. I had the coffee shake top notch. I think they sell soft serve ice cream as well
The same light batter was on the generous pieces of fish. Thick slabs of fries had a nice potato taste.
The coleslaw was wonderful. This is what I think of when dreaming of coleslaw classic.
I had the special of the day which was any oyster poor boy. The plump fried oysters were on a nicel toated bun that had a layer of slaw and dabs of excellent house-made cocktail sauce. This ... thank goodness ... came with those omg great onion rings. The poor boy was good, but that fish is the thing to order.
Very simple decor. Orange fast food booths, a few nice sea related photos on the doors. The staff was very pleasant. I'm a little sorry now that I didn't take home the house made clam chowder.
We were going to stop by the new Greek place in town across from Whole Foods, but it was closed on Sunday. This was an exceptional second choice.