A Wildwood landmark known for lobster. Haven’t been here since a kid and it seems the same as ever. The décor very shore-like and we loved it! Seated quickly the restaurant was crowded but not packed. Waitress was quick to deliver the menus and take our drink orders. Food came in about 15 minutes, started out with a few appetizers before the main meals. Friendly and courteous though we did seem to get forgotten waiting on the check.
Clams Casino> Great taste with the clams diced small pieces allowed for all the flavors to shine through with each bite.
French Onion Soup> Broth was mild, tons of onions and nicely baked on cheese, a winner, deserves a “5” for flavor.
Lobster Newburg> Huge pieces of lobster in a sauce that complimented well. Puff pastry on top was very light and flavorful. Piece on bottom of dish burned taking the last few bites away from excellent ;(
Broiled Seafood Combo> The fish was stuffed with a crab mix had great flavor. Crab Imperial was also a perfect blend of flavors added that enhanced the fresh crab. Downside was the broiled scallops that had little flavor as did the shrimp. Stuffed clam, could have done without as the clam was lost in the mix.
Blackened Tuna Steak> The star of the show with a spectacular mildly spicy sauce that the tuna rested on. A five-star offering.
Salad was extra for a $1.50 came with house dressing of Creamy Italian (and not enough of) Definitely had the taste that was made a while ago and waited to be bought.
Overall a great trip down memory lane. Food was well above average and the service was friendly. Pricing moderate and a good value for the shore.