Thanks Jaxx, yes, I was referring to bolobolo, never mentioned @brewengineer...not sure why he got hot and bothered...need a beer? And, yes, I agree, the RI oysters are smaller and more delicate in texture and flavor. And, the Oyster House serves these very frequently along with other oysters along the east coast - not just Gulf. We have never had a bad meal there and love the atmosphere and staff and will continue to go there!
bolobolo...cluster oysters from Charleston are only in season during the months with an R....gulf oysters, Rhode Island...., etc are served year round - obviously you have never been to NOLA or New England....JLB, the owner used to run Pearlz...I have to disagree with this article completely.... while there are a few Asian items which make the menu a little inconsistent, the menu is primarily fresh seafood. We just tried the Cajun oysters for the first time last weekend and the breading was very light (I normally don't eat fried food for the very reason of too much breading) and the oysters were huge. This restaurant is a pleasant surprise to the touristy places on Folly (several of which I got food poisoning...) I will definitely be back!
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