The food and sunset were amazing and fresh sushi..The freshest fish I've ever had. Five fishing captains own this place
The Inlet Restaurant at the far end of East Lake Drive beside Gin Beach (where the rum runners once landed their cargo during Prohibition) has matured into one of the best fish joints on the Atlantic coast. Whoever cooks the Montauk striped bass is a genius: perfectly crispy and spicy skin; flesh that is snow white, caught-today firm, and yet... More
Went for dinner while on a family trip to Montauk and had one of my more memorable dinners with my family.
It was on beautifully set on the water, the seafood was the freshest and the service was very courteous
You can't beat the views of sunset from the Inlet .... had a good table and a very efficient and professional waitress. Wonderful appetizer of sashito fried green peppers - enough for two and delicious! Main course of broiled lobster (claws were a little dry) and pasta fra diavilo with many mussels, some clams and shrimp - my hubby was... More
Ordered bowl of clam chowder. Needed microscope to see clams which seemed almost nonexistent. Seafood diavolo sauce was a bit tasteless and scarce. Mainly mussels. Seafood roast with lobster was good but pricey. Nice ambience and very pretty views. Could not get the salmon cooked differently. Their way or no way. Scallops were delicious but only 5 or 6 of... More
We were recommended this place by a local. The food was excellent! I had the scallops and my husband had a mixed seafood special. The view was amazing and serene. We had our baby with us and felt comfortable in the atmosphere as there were several families. Our waitress was friendly enough.
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