Relaxed atmosphere, friendly wait staff who willingly shared menu suggestions. Huge portion sizes at reasonable prices.
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The wife thought it was awesome food however eating greasey food after drinking all day at Marti Gras was not the smartest move for her. :-) It is close to the Tremont House hotel which was handy!
I had the fried shrimp and my wife had the grilled shrimp. Both were excellent, the sides were good and the portions large. Vanche was our excellent server.
Went for lunch on Saturday. Seating was a bit confusing because there's no hostess. It took a while for anyone to ask us what we wanted to drink even though it was maybe 3/4 full. We had the shrimp po-boy, seasoned fries (fries are not...More
Excellent food and service. Really nice location. The wait staff were really amazing and loved that they smiled and has such a positive attitude - you can tell that they really enjoy working here, and serving their customers. Prices are really reasonable. Highly recommended!
We were in the mood for seafood while poking around the historic downtown district of Galveston. When we saw a sign with an arrow that said “Shrimp and Stuff," we followed it to a courtyard with a small restaurant. The staff was super friendly from...More
I like this restaurant better than the counterpart "Shrimp & Stuff". It has better choices for healthier food: grilled. I love their combo, it is not as think as the one that Shrimp & Stuff" makes, but it is very tasty, especially the sausage version....More
After a long day of travel and settling into our hotel, this small eatery was convenient and satisfactory. We shared a fried shrimp dinner and a crawfish appetizer. In my opinion, neither were particularly outstanding. Conventional fried shrimp. Food was okay, not memorable. Place seemed...More
Read about this cafe in Lonely planet. Odered food at counter and then could sit inside or outside. Tasty fresh fish and chips
My family and I had a very enjoyable lunch recently at Shrimp & Stuff Downtown. The restaurant was not crowded at all for an early lunch (~11:30). I had the shrimp po-boy and the chicken/sausage gumbo. Both were very good and quite reasonably priced. The...More