There is also an ice cream window for desert if you have room - I never have. Stick to the lemon juice or just as is. There aren't many directions on how things work so head over to the front door it's where the long line is , send one person from your group to grab a paper menu, have one person in your group gather the orders and wait in line while everyone else looks for a place to sit. I had a combo plate with fried scallops and fried haddock. Very much like many of the local clam shacks and fast casual places. As I said though, those two major factors we admit up front, so we will probably try it again next season. If you're still having trouble, check out.
There was a huge line out the door, which isn't atypical for a seafood restaurant in this area during the tourist season. In fairness to the restaurant I will start by saying we have never previously had food from this place. We go there just about every week. Wait wasn't too bad considering how many people were there. I ordered the fried haddock and my girlfriend had the lobster. You can also search near a city, place, or address instead.
Only down sides are there were a lot of flies inside and it was kind of hot. Oh, by the way, the crab roll was also very good and we liked the very lightly dressed cole slaw. My haddock was good, very crispy on the outside nice and moist inside. Those two things can make an obvious difference to a person's impression of fresh, fried seafood. Was I a weird kid that I would order the Filet-o-Fish at McDonald's while my brothers got Big Macs? They are so large you can easily cut them into halves or even quarters.
There are not trays so being enough hands to carry your crews order. You can also search near a city, place, or address instead. Batter was different in a bad way and was mostly tempura. Only added lemon juice to enhance them. There are lots of tasty items to try from the Ken's Place menu. While I'm not a big lobster fan, my girlfriend said it was good.
I've heard great things about Ken's from other locals in the area. If you have the scallops, nearly as good as lobster, then baked and lemon are my suggestion. Thanks for caring about your quality. Reload this Yelp page and try your search again. The French fry portions alone could qualify as a large order and a half. In that vicinity in particular you're going to stumble across a great density of seafood places and many of them this time of year, mid to late August, are going to still be somewhat busy. The place was packed at 4pm on a Monday.
The eatery also offers a very fresh raw bar. Overall this spot was in a convenient location for my group, and we were very happy with our dinners, would definitely return! So I was pretty disappointed when I finally tried it. Clam chowder had more clam than any chowder I have had before. Definitely an eating highlight of our time in the Portland area! A good casual Mew England vibe that's good for families, groups, really anyone would be comfortable here. If a place properly and responsibly sources their Seafood they stand a good chance of selling a reasonable product. Steamers were a real highlight, though.
You order your food at a register and are given a number. For comparison I did try one with their tartar sauce. . That said, the portion of the fried clam strip dinner plate was generous! Nice little stop on your way to Old Orchard Beach or wherever you are heading. The restaurant is open seven days a week and serves lunch and dinner.
By the time you find a place to park, wait in line to order and get your food you'll be ready to eat. If you're still having trouble, check out. The lobster roll wasn't anything special. They are good as is, or maybe a touch of salt. Its not quite the same as when I was a kid however and I usually regret my decision an hour later. Quality seafood at a decent price.