I don't care about the decor or outside. The prawns were very good. Large plate with bread, cole slaw and salad.
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Old building on the bay. Sometimes you get the best food in places like this, other than the oysters which were incredibly fresh, everything else was so so. I was especially disappointed in the clam chowder, very thin. Service was fine. Place was clean. Prices...More
We should have not gone there as no cars were in the lot. Only one server in the bar and restaurant. The fish was FISH STICKS, over priced and not good. Don't go there.
We’ve eaten lunch here every time we’ve visited Charleston, over the past 25 years. This restaurant has not changed much, if at all. A tired facility. Seems to be a popular place with locals. Service was fine but a long wait for the food, even...More
I was not happy with my visit. The owner seems to cut corners at all costs. I was overcharged for my purchase. My friend got a very bad stomach ache after eating here. The service was terrible. A woman named Felicia seemed nice but all...More
Everybody else says the same thing ... and I'll throw one more vote onto the "yes" pile. Almost a beaten down waterfront shack ... with a cast of customers and "regulars" to match. But good food, a friendly staff, a full bar with a good...More
A place the locals hang out for breakfast, lunch and supper. Simple fare, mostly seafood baskets and sandwiches. Nothing fancy but the food is very good and quite reasonably priced. Their clam chowder is excellent and they offer the best oyster po-boy in the west..
Our photography group came to the harbor to photography the boats, reflections in the water, and the like. The Sea Basket has many choices of fresh seafood, and it was nice to have a fish sandwich right at the dock