Hot Off the Coals

32227 Queen Anne Hwy
Queen Anne, 21657
Reviews:
Gas station BBQ on the way to Cape May. The restaurant isn't anything special and is located on the side of a Shell gas station. We stopped on and got the NC pulled pork sandwiches. They had light smoke a a little heat. You get to choose between a 4oz or 6 oz sandwich on a really good roll. Service was quick and friendly. I'd definitely stop here again.
On the way back home from Lewes Delaware, and stopped in at Hot Off The Coals BBQ (which is attached to a Shell gas station @ Starr Rd and Rt. 404) for some bbq. I ordered the large sliced beef brisket sandwich and my wife, the pulled bbq chicken sandwich. Both were good but not great. The beef brisket was flavorful with a authentic smokey taste and was piled with tender thickly sliced beef brisket, served on potato bread. The chicken sandwich was not as good as the beef (I prefer beef to chicken always!), but my wife said it was good. Not the best bbq by any means; however, it's certainly worthy of the stop to eat authentic bbq while traveling to and from the beach. Rich, the owner, is a really nice fellow and serves up some decent bbq if you've got the craving for 'que and in the beach mood!
This was our second visit to this restaurant. It's a bit of an "adventure". It shares a building with a tiny Shell gas station. The restaurant only has about 10 tables inside. There are a few picnic tables outside. My son had the ham. I had the turkey. My husband had the beef. The meat was all thinly shaved which I have never seen at BBQ places before. I had the potato salad as a side and it was really good. My husband had the baked beans which had some heat to them. My son had fries which were hand cut and delicious. The reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because I had to wipe down our table and the bathrooms aren't that clean. Plus we ordered platters and we all got sandwiches. Also the sides are very pricey for the amount you get. BUT their BBQ is excellent.

(410) 364-9494

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