WOW!!! If you like (or love) fresh shrimp, visit this place! Every way it’s prepared is delicious!!! Great food, better people! Give them a shot!!!
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The restaurant is an open-air place with a great view! But for an evening meal, you would need to be covered in Deep Woods Off, the mosquitoes were attacking us like crazy! We ended up getting our food to go. It was delicious and so...More
Worth stopping by for a shrimp cocktail and a drink. The crocodile rehabilitation center on the same grounds are interesting. The shrimp farming operation is amazing.
Had a couple hours to kill before catching our flight back to the states and stumbled upon this little gem of a restaurant. My wife had the coconut shrimp which were wonderful and I had the chicken fingers which were tasty. The owner came by...More
Relaxed dinner outdoors overlooking the shrimp ponds. Small menu but we enjoyed everything we ordered. One person in our group ordered chicken strips and commented to os how fresh they were. Service was excellent.
We went to this restaurant on a friend's recommendation. There were six items on the menu and three were unavailable. The prices were high for the area. The plate we did order was okay - nothing great, nothing bad. Atmosphere was a bit depressing, but...More
Don't go here unless you want shrimp. We shared peel and eat shrimp and coconut shrimp for lunch. The shrimp was very fresh, portions were large, and very good. And it didn't hurt that beers were only $2 US each. If you are in the...More
Shrimp, and more shrimp. The other items on the menu were mostly unavailable. But we did come for shrimp and the shrimp were available in multitudinous servings. We had shrimp cocktail as an appetizer and the shrimp alfredo and were not disappointed.
Our first time out to Captain Hook for dinner. The restaurant is elevated ,open air and overlooking a organic shrimp farm. The views at night of the skyline of area are amazing. The shrimp were delicious and our server took care of us with a...More
We noticed the Captain Hook's sign painted on a building along the main highway in Ladyville (very close to the airport) and decided to try it out. We wondered if we were going the right way because it seemed almost like the road ended, but...More