Nice, large signs near the road. Although finding the entrance wasn't clearly marked. Ordering was simple - and maybe the wave of the future for fish fries - IPad ordering. Order table had an IPAD, and when your order was taken, it was inputted into the IPad and via wireless printer the order came up in the kitchen. At some point, this will make things more effecient, but not for us. When we got to the kitchen to receive our order, there was a lot of paper slip shuffling and asking "Which number were you?" But kudos for trying new technology! (And if your choices are only cod, shrimp, fries, and cole slaw - do you really need order slips?) Not much in the way of greening - styrofoam plates and no visible recycling (although no soda or beer), so no cans to recycling anyway. Bulk ketchup though cut down on individual package waste.
Good Cod overall. Nugget style Cod, and some of the pieces varied, with a few being a little overdone. But overall, very good fish, with nice breading. Highlight was the cole slaw. Maybe some of the best we've had. An addictive cole slaw with the perfect balance of sweet and sour. The only other side was fries, which were crispy and well done. Other entree choice was fried shrimp. No desserts (no beer or soda either).
Fair value. Although it was higher than expected. $38 for our family. Cod plate dinner was $9.50, shrimp plate $9.50, Cod sandwich $6.50. Plates include cole slaw and fries,and lemonade and coffee. Ala carte sides were $1.50. Not really a kids menu, which raises the overall family price. No beer, soda, or desserts.
Friendly staff and volunteers. Not a big cafeteria, and it was comfortably spaced, even at 5:30pm. Water pitchers and napkins at all the tables were a nice touch. Real chairs. Highlight of atmosphere is that you can also eat in the adjacent gym and let your kids run around and play. Some of the kids were playing broomball and jumping rope. A chance to burn off your fried food! Play 60!