Did it meet expectations?
We know we won’t be back for the cooked items.
It’s interesting the order the foods came.
Normally the raw items come first.
Little neck clams were disappointing, can’t compare to Fishing with Dynamite.
$5 for each Tua Tua clam… not worth it.
Uni – it was edible but you can find this type of quality anywhere.
We sampled the $1 oysters, and were pleased with the taste.
They forgot to place our lobster order, communication was bad amongst the crew.
So all in all, we would only come back for the happy hour oysters.
But Aiden was there to keep us entertained.
He definitely enjoyed having a regular seat of his own.
He was getting antsy at the end.
And we just wanted to get out of there too!
But there was plenty of food for him here.
He enjoyed everything but the raw items.
Although he had no interest in the lobster.
Look at him go!
Double the fun! Double the mess!
He kept spilling the soup.
We are waiting for them to bring us some towels.
Galen noticed their towels were moldy.
We had to send it back and wait some more.
Their English wasn’t very good and they didn’t understand us.
We had to wait yet again.
Although they brought new towels, they weren’t satisfactory either.
But I guess that is perfect to take pics for Daddie and Aiden.
So overall, we feel EMC’s service was inadequate.
They should have known we were upset and tried to make us feel better about the experience.
Their small lobster was ordered before any food came and an hour later was still not ready.
It seems like lots of worker, but they couldn’t get our orders down right.
I’m still missing Fishing with Dynamite’s super fresh seafood.
While Aiden sees no difference.
He’s already forgotten a lemon is sour.
And he went for it again.
Why doesn’t he try other foods that we want him to?
But we have always felt he likes sour foods.
Takes it straight up!
We’ll come back to EMC again some day.
$1 oyster during 4-7 each day.
Too good of a deal to let pass.
Off to try something new another day.