This place has an interesting approach to food. The service is very good and they offer some very interesting alternatives to cuisine. The bread was fresh-baked and was offered with an herbal olive oil blend. I ate it all and this is not normal for me. The wine list is good and affordable. For the entree I selected the blackened shrimp with a tartar sauce. It was not your typical tartar sauce, good but a bit too salty for me. Next time I will select the sauce that the waiter recommended! Remember, I am adventuresome, so I can't complain. Nevertheless, the blackened spices were a bit too salty for me. I'll try a different option next time. The blackened green beans were fresh and crispy, but too salty for me. The food was more than enough to fill me up. The seafood bisque was excellent.
We were a party of 7, the food and atmosphere were great but the waiter was slow, didn't bring drinks promptly, didn't offer water or even ask if anyone wanted another drink. I had to get the other waitress to have him clear our table and bring out a bday cake I had brought. He brought out the desert dishes before he had even cleaned the table off. I ended up putting plates onto another table to clear it. Usually the restaurant is superb in every way, but not this time.
I had breakfast at Oyster Creek this morning to try them out and was very pleasantly surprised. I had the Breakfast Wrap and it was huge, almost more than I could eat. I sat outside on a very nice little patio and appreciated the friendly service. If they can keep up the good work it won't take long for this place to become a local favorite.