My name is Julian S., 32 years of age, originally from Miami, Fl, lived in Tampa / Brandon area for 10+ years, now recently living back in Broward County Florida. I took a 2-3 day trip to the Port Richey area for some personal business matters. I wanted to visit a beachfront restaurant near my bed and breakfast stay in Port Richey. After reviewing several beachfront dining restauarant options online, Nicole and I stumbled upon what seemed to us as a hidden treasure in Hudson (hidden in the sense that we had never been to the sleepy beach area in Hudson). Given that I am personal chef, Iam a very tough critic. I know quality/well executed food when I see/taste it. The Coconut Shrimp were ideally crispy, and it came with a superb pineapple/mango salsa (I only wish I had asked for an extra cup of the salsa). The sweetnes of the minced pineapples and mangos/cilantro/red onion in the salsa was a perfect compliment to the Jumbo sized Coconut Shrimp. For my entrèe I ordered the Grouper Sandwich. Was well worth the $18 odd dollars. The blackened grouper was very generous, the filét was at least 3/4 of a pound, on a warm buttery brioche bun. The grouper was fresh, tasted like it was caught fresh that same morning. The grouper sandwich was paired with the fixins' (lettuce, tomatoe, tartar sauce, and Hot Sauce for good measure). It came with a sweet/spicy/tangy mango slaw. There were plenty of sides to choose from. I was pleased that they had Fresh Corn on the Cob, this was my choice to avoid eating "fries"...I wanted a veggie. The corn was boiled/steamed to perfection. The corn was sweet and came with melted butter.
In conclusion, take it from a tough critic. This is the SEAFOOD spot to go to if stopping by the Port Richey / Hudson area. Avoid the crowd and go during there Happy Hours to maximize the experience. Right before sunset would be ideal.
P.S. ask for Courtney