One woman was the entire staff She took the order,cooked food, and served it. Waited 30 minutes to be told that they were out of one item. Food finally came, and one dish was left out. Had to wait to be cooked. Only 3 people in party. Extra charge for fries in kids meal, and fried shrimp dinner.... $2.50 each. You would figure 6 fried shrimp for $12.99 would come with fries.
Food too spicy, not fresh tasting
Excellent Fish Stew and Crabcake sandwich
They are in transition setting up new location. Once they are done it will be a good place.
the guy who servbed us with our groupon cheated us so bad I would NEVER go back! had a $40 worth of food for $20 and I got a tiny cup with a taste of something veggie maybe 1 or 2 ozs at most. I thought I was still waiting for my meal and that he just wanted me to taste something he made. I felt real stupid when my son figured out that that cup WAS my dinner. Also ordered a meatball parm. hero that was on an oversized hot dog bun with s
"sprinkle" parm. from a jar(grated powder) and he said it was $10!!!!!!!! Never, ever again!!! P.S. we atytempted to order at least 10-12 items off the menu and he said they didn't have them. They didn't even have the pasta to make ANY pasta dish. It justwas the absolute worst dining experience I ever had....it was like sitting in taco belle NOT a restaurant which it CLEARLY ISN'T!
I went to use my groupon during weekend ,during day and the place was closed.
Thanks for an excellent meal! I'm glad you had a deal on Groupon or I never would have found you. You need to get a sign on the street or do some major advertising. Think about a radio spot on WLNG. Gators gives away lunches, appetizers, etc. and gets people in during the off season.
There is no atmosphere, they share the restaurant with a Subway sandwich shop and basically throw covers over the subway counter. Could have been over looked if the service was better.
From Our Editors
Chef Marco Barrila knows a thing or two about Italian-style seafood—he grew up in Messina, Sicily. More than 20 years after immigrating to the United States, he decided to open his own eatery in New York's East End, where he felt locals would appreciate the Mediterranean style of cooking he had mastered so many years before. Frutti Di Mare's menu reflects his many cooking styles: grilling, broiling, frying, and roasting. Barrila also whips up party platters of his signature fish for his customers' dinners, graduation parties, or mermaids' graduations from fins to feet.
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