Acceptable food, fantastic location, weak service, and completely outrageous prices. This little restaurant is perched on the cliff above the Orcas Island ferry terminal, and as such, probably catches a third of the ferry-bound traffic (the hungry ones at least). We had a burger, clam strips, and their fried-stuff plate (mozzarella sticks, onion rings, curly fries). The burger was average; nicer than average bun, bacon a bit weak, non-Heinz (Sysco) ketchup only. Bummer. The clam strips were the stand out. Big pieces of real clam with a delicately seasoned breading allowed the flavors to come through. The onion rings were good, the mozzarella sticks were mediocre, and the curly fries... well, I like them OK, but why do they insist on that orange seasoning? This plate was also strange. You'd think they'd give you ranch for the fries/onion rings, and marinara for the mozzarella sticks, right? Well, it was COCKTAIL SAUCE, and that is an ugly surprise if you're looking for marinara on your cheese! Soda was $2, the burger was $11, the clam strips were $13 and the fried stuff, $9... $36.99 plus tax and tip total. Outrageous! I think we could actually eat at the airport for less. At least the food didn't suck.
The owners are kind, & everything you need is here. This is a low key island & our cottage is awesome. I stay in the Four Seasons , & it is not . But don't forget where you are! Not the best , but has all amenities! Picture perfect view s. Who stays in their room all day! I can't complain! Thank you!
Pricing was ridiculous for the quality of food served. The restaurant was dirty and infested with bees (inside the dinning area!), dead and alive. We had the calamari ($13.99) which was greasy, tough and smelled fishy and fries (add $2.99), cod burger ($9.99) which consisted of two small fish pieces put in between buns with not so fresh looking lettuce and onions and fries (add $2.99). Word of advice, don't come here just because the line is shorter, there's a reason why it's short..
Beer, Wine & Spirits, Hotels, American (Traditional)