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Little Moir's Food Shack

Southwest burger and coconut rice

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Little Moir's Food Shack Review

This local favorite is not much to look at and a bit tricky to find, but well worth the search. The fried-food standards you might expect at such a casual place that uses plastic utensils are not found on the menu; instead there are fried tuna rolls with basil, and panko-crusted fried oysters with spicy fruit salad. A variety of beers are fun to pair with the creatively prepared seafood dishes that include wahoo, mahimahi, and snapper.

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  • Reservations not accepted
  • Closed Sun.
Updated: 05-12-2014

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    The Food Shack is consistently awesome! It is our absolute favorite & the only place we will "wait" to eat. The dishes are creative and non-traditional--if you are looking for boring old "fish N chips", go somewhere else! If you like things such as Sweet Potato Crusted Mahi Mahi with a Mango Salsa...also, best burger I have ever eaten; best chicken wings ever eaten. I recommend the appetizer Tuna Basil Roll--I don't even like raw Tuna, but cannot get enough of this app & order it everytime! Atmosphere is very casual/surfer/bohemian.

    by rattravlers, 1/6/10

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