I was very disappointed. I ordered their "famous" clam chowder soup--it was not fresh and rather watery and it came with a week old, stale croûtons. Then, the entree of grilled salmon with sauce dijonnaise came with a sweet baked potato that was baked, frozen, and then microwaved--the skin was burned and separated from the flesh and the potato was so overcooked that it was liquid inside. The fish portion was tiny, with just a dollop of sauce that seemed more decorative than anything else.
The service was less than adequate. I don't mind casual, I just would like the girls to just "drop" the plate on the table, and say something like "enjoy" when they serve the customers.
Finally, the place is in dire need of renovation. The ceiling is falling apart. There cracks on the walls and visible signs of water leakage. There is a sense of disorder everywhere, as though the owner was caught in the middle of cleaning and had to push his vacuum cleaner, his mops, and half of his furniture against the wall--those items are placed in the entrance (stacked plastic armchairs) and in the hallway on the way to the bathroom, you practically have to step aside as you go.
The price? I'd say expensive, especially for what you eat. The silverware is old and doesn't match--you'd think they bought everything in thrift stores. I paid $25.00 for a bowl of soup and a grilled salmon dish. For the same amount of money I could have eaten at the Salt Creek Grill, listening to live music, overlooking the water, and enjoying much better service and larger portions of equally fresh seafood.