It looks like a fish shack, but the service is much more attentive. We had clam chowder and crabcakes as appetizers, then the fish & chips and BLT tuna sandwich as entrees. The tuna was seared just on the edges. It was mixed with bacon, hard-boiled eggs, and avocado on fresh chewy bread. Mala says, “Best Tuna Fish sandwich ever,” and I can’t argue. All of the fried stuff was delicious and not too greasy. It’s more expensive than any other place with “Shack” in the title, but the food is good enough to make it worth it. Great beer list as well.