Not sure just how you say this name –
I think it is French!
And it sits on what I think is still the Rappahannock River
or one of the many inland bays of the Chesapeake Bay.
My son in law had eaten here before.
But – where ever it is – I want to go back
As I had the best AHI TUNA I have ever eaten!
It must of been the seasoning – and it was done just right!
We had gone off the resort of The Tides –
because the day we arrived – their dining room was closed.
And Marcus and Tammy had been here before.
Not many people at all – we almost had the whole outside to ourselves!
And you could not sit inside.
The little ones all had the shrimp and lobster roll along with Sherry.
She said it was very good!
Now – I have never had a feeling to eat oysters
and I think that goes way back to my father
every Friday night – he had oyster soup!
And it just did not look good to me!
Bode wanted to try one –
but at the last moment gave it up to Taylor
and she ate it and gave it a THUMBS UP!
I think there were three other people there
but they also were doing a good take out business.
You could walk over and look into the kitchen from three sides.
And two ladies were busy cooking in there!
I recommend this place!
I would imagine this being a very busy place
if it were not for the pandemic
Marcus and Tammy said when they were there last year
it was packed.
I hope it stays – I most likely will never get back there
BUT MERRIOR on the bay – remember that
and if you have a chance – stop in –
The pan seared AHI TUNA was out of this world!
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