I worked here under the manager of the establishment known as "CHUCK" and while I was learning to perform the job he asked of me he told me point blank, "I've had crackhead niggers that work faster than you." I quit this job shortly after. If you go there be sure and give the short guy with short light brown hair a wink for me, he's a closet racist!
Posted: 4/1/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I took my wife out to eat here one evening and I have to say I was rather disappointed. We had to wait forever for our food and when we finally got served it was semi cold. My shrimp had a soapy after taste and my wife's dish wasn't all too appealing either. Then I got the bill wich was kind of steep considering the quality and quantity of the food. Needless to say I won't be going back. If they made some changes to the food I might consider it. The only high point was the atmosphere of the restaurant, very theme orientated.
My favorite Arkansas Restaurant! We happened upon this little hidden treasure when visiting the Diamond Mine. It was so good we stayed an extra night so we wouldn’t have to miss dinner or lunch the next day. I have to say, when it comes to having a great overall package, Fisherman’s Cove has it all. From the moment you enter the place you are greeted and treated with great service, and hospitality. The food is impeccable! Fisherman’s Cove has a very delicious menu with lost of variety for all types of taste and food selection. The desserts are Splendid, Magnificent! <br> <br>We live in Dallas and over the past three years have made it a point to travel back to Fisherman’s Cove several times a year because the food is truly mouth watering! We’ve been truly impressed with the owner who we have been told prepares all the food himself. The quality of food has never faltered one time and that is a rarity. So if you want excellent Southern gourmet without the gourmet price, you absolutely have to give Fisherman’s Cove a try!