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Old 02-10-2011, 02:46 AM   #1
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By all means EAT! it up, spit out and trash it but I want realistic feedback...


Fantastic Starters or Small Plates

Hummus that's all the rage!
All you can eat Hummus- Flavor changes daily....if you ask nicely we may can make any flavor you like! Served with fried pita chips

6.00

Shrimp & Lobster Queso Dip
I couldnt come up with a description but we know it has shrimp and lobster in it! Perfectly paired with fried pita chips

7.00


Firecracker calamari
Thick cut strips of calamari from giant man eating squid from California. Fried just enough and served with a spicy caribbean jerked mayonnaise. This presentation is almost famous

7.00

Tuna on a Pedestal
Seared Atlantic Bluefin Tuna. This is the real deal. No other tuna compares to the buttery silky taste this behemoth fish provides. Served seared and chilled. A trio of sauces add just the right balance

13.00

Double stuffed Asian style oysters
a half dozen of award winning oysters. First we take an oyster on the half shell and grill it with butter and a little sesame oil. We top the grilled oyster with wasabi cole slaw. On top of that we add a panko crusted deep fried oyster. We finish the whole thing with a drizzle of hoisin glaze. This dish took Grand Prize in the 2nd Annual Gulf Coast Oyster cook-off!

14.00

Fruit and Cheese with crackers
Fresh seasonal fruit and a variety of cheeses adorn the plate. Ask for specifics because its always changing!

7.00



Sammiches

Mediterranean Seared Tuna Panini on Flatbread
with olive tapenade, marinated roma tomatoes, crisp red onions, and a feta-red wine vinaigrette



9.00

Cheap Fish sandwich
Vietnamese catfish marinated and breaded in southern style coating. Served on a toasted Sub roll and dressed with lettuce and tomato. Awesome with house remoulade! hey don't worry...you have been eating and enjoying this fish for years you just didn't know it!

6.00


Specialties of the House


Carolina Shrimp & Grits
Yes they go together and yes they taste great! Jumbo shrimp sauteed with mushrooms, bacon and garlic. Finished with a Chardonnay Cream Sauce. Served over super cheesy southern grits.

8.00


Giant meatballs and pasta with red sauce
ground beef and italian sausage meatballs served with whatever pasta we got. Smothered with a robust tomato sauce

8.00

Pork Chop Parmesan
Better than chicken parmesan because pigs don't cross the road! Served with that same pasta from above and dang if that red sauce don't show up on the menu again

9.00

Catch of the day

fried, for real though blackened, paneed and raw if you will sign a waiver!
with your choice of side

12.00




Unique, Unusual or Just Plain Funny!

Baked, stuffed, grilled chicken salad
I didn't know what it was either until a scam artist almost got us on one of those fake emails. I knew it was fishy when she wanted 10,000 orders and she wanted me to pay the courier $2500.00 in advance. Either way I decided to make a recipe for it. No scam here...chicken stuffed with bacon, swiss and capicola ham. Baked slightly and finished on the grill...Served over fresh mixed greens with your choice of homemade ranch or peach vinaigrette

$2500.00 or 9.00 whichever is cheaper for you to pay today!


Pork "Hock Wings"
I said i'd go back into the restaurant business when pigs fly...well here is the proof!
Pork "hock wings" grilled with a dry rub and served with "back to my roots" mustard bbq sauce. These things are AMAZING. If you don't like them after trying them they are free!

9.00



Jambalaya Fritters
Oh yes we did! Everything good you like about jambalaya deep fried into cheesy sausage goodness. Served with yaller mustard


4.00

Strictly Vegetarian Pasta (a Linda Whitlock special)
first we sizzle some fresh garlic and herbs in olive oil. To this we add portabella mushrooms, thick cut red onions, roma tomatoes, fresh squash, zucchini and other fire roasted veggies along with pasta. We saute this just right and drizzle with fresh squeezed lemon juice. WE GUARANTEE NO ANIMAL PRODUCTS ARE USED IN THIS DISH

8.00


Boudin, saltines and hot sauce
Authentic boudin from the "Red Baton" in Louisiana...i just love it with crackers and hot sauce served in the casing piping hot!

4.00

Country fried Filet Mignon on Texas Toast
A nice filet mignon squashed, stepped on and pounded until thin enough to batter and fry. Served with mashed taters and gravy....

9.00

Sides 1.95 each

Jambalaya Risotto
Pasta Salad of the day
Soup of the day
never been frozen french fries
herb roasted potatoes
Parmesan-mushroom rice
Asian style grilled fresh veggies


Kids
All menu items above 1/2 portion-1/2 price for kids 10 and under
Or
PBJ's
Chicken Fingers & Fries
Fish Fingers & fries
Grilled Cheese & Fries


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Old 02-10-2011, 06:00 AM   #2
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damn sounds good I may have to make the trip when you get this place opened up
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Old 02-10-2011, 06:16 AM   #3
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Sounds great....when and where????
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Old 02-10-2011, 07:29 AM   #4
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Looks really good. My Wife and I eat out a lot [ Empty Nest Syndrome ] will probably become regulars with that Menu. post when you open .


She says Porchettas Sat.
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Old 02-10-2011, 08:37 AM   #5
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I just showed my wife your menu and she is ready to eat! I like how you stated the award the oysters won. It bugs the crap out of me when a new place has award winning food and just opened. The only turn off was Vietnamese catfish
I watched that Discovery show on how they are farmed in the sewers. Here it is:
I'm not saying my family does not serve it at the crab shack i'm just saying many people saw that show. We will be there upon our return to the US. It looks great!
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Old 02-10-2011, 12:45 PM   #6
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You have inspired me with your fritters. I'll let you know how my experiment goes. Sorry I must have missed a thread..did you open up a resturant? where? Your prices look good. Just my opinion every good resturant needs a great shrimp po boy. On the Cheap fish sandwich is flounder and option over catfish?
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Best Wishes and a very nice unusual, not so pricey starter menu. Hope to make it down there some day.
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Sounds good!!!!!!!! Looking forward to going

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Looks damn good. My mouth is watering!
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Old 02-10-2011, 04:57 PM   #10
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only thing i see right off is the oysters cost more than the tuna...oysters are cheap...

the rest looks good...i will probably lean towards the buffet rather than ala-cart...for the variety...

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