Discover Restaurants offering the best Seafood food in Selbyville, Delaware, United States. Selbyville is a town in Sussex County, Delaware, United States. The population was 2,167 at the 2010 census, an increase of 31.7% over the previous decade. It is part of the Salisbury, Maryland-Delaware Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Things to do in Selbyville
4 based on 406 reviews
Lizzie's Cafe & Bistro 142nd St., an American Bistro established 2004 serving locals and tourists. A recipient of "Award of Excellence" year after year, Lizzie's serves breakfast, lunch, & dinner. Famous for Lobster Rolls, Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes, Crab Roll
I am sorry I meant to give your Bistro 5 stars which is Excellent. Because I enjoyed myself when I was there and I had the Best Reuben sandwich that I ever had, and the hospitality was great. No worries, and thank you for fixing that and taking the time to review us. Our family is happy you enjoyed your experience at Lizzie's and loved your REUBEN sandwich. We hear our guest say often "the REUBEN melts in your mouth". Come back again soon and we would love to thank you in person and serve you another meal. <3 <3 Cathie/Owner
4 based on 472 reviews
An absolute escape from Ocean City. A place to indulge in inventive American cuisine and mouthwatering seafood while overlooking one of the most picturesque views you have ever laid eyes on. If you're looking to simply come in for some appetizers and a fe
Gorgeous sunset over the marshes and bay- floor to ceiling windows captures every color possible. Lovely drink selection and fine wines. Food was excellent- fish-perfect-- lamb chop- huge & great mixture of stuffed chop, filet was beautifully cooked. Highly recommend. Best food in OC!
4 based on 364 reviews
It'sfun to find a small restaurant hidden in the corner of a shopping center that has food so good you better have a reservation! If you thought you should just get a house salad, better be prepared to share - it's very large, and it is so fresh! A salad and the shrimp and grits appetizer was more than enough for dinner! Speaking of which, do order the shrimp and grits. The shrimp were grilled to perfection, and the sausage slices added just the right touch of spicy. The lamb chop pops were on the evening specials menu, so look to see if they are available. If so, do not hesitate to order them. They were delicious. It's really a busy place, and we can see why after having tasted the food! It's well worth the trip to this unassuming corner of Ocean City.
4 based on 515 reviews
Twiningâs Lobster Shanty is where we head when the adults are ready for a nice sit-down meal in a relaxed atmosphere that is comfortable enough to easily accommodate children. As the name suggests, the menu is heavy on lobster-based items, but thereâs enough variety to please everyone. The views of the bay are spectacular. The reliably good food and service at Twiningâs keep us coming back year after year.
5 based on 60 reviews
Delmarva Boil Company is a locally owned and operated seafood catering and take-out business specializing in traditional "Coastal Low-Country Boils", serving the coastal Delmarva Region. Our mission is to provide visitors, locals and vacationers alike, an
Excellent Service! The shrimp boil was a success with our family! He came on time and spent several hours cooking and then an impeccable cleanup!The food was great and the whole cooking experience was a lot of fun.Very nice employee, obviously interested in the whole process and in pleasing his customer.
4 based on 302 reviews
Pleasant location in a beautiful town. Ate lunch here on a trip down the Eastern Shore.My wife ordered quiche lunch special. Huge piece but soggy pastry and rubbery texture and taste.We donât complain often but this merited some appropriate action.Young waiter didnât flinch at all,just brought us the bill.
4 based on 217 reviews
Fantastic meal with the absolute best crab meat dishes this Baltimore boy has ever tasted. But the whole experience is a bit unorthodox. First of all the place is VERY small with a very limited amount of seating, only a few tables in the whole place. It's a "reservation only" place, and the management is very particular and stringent on the reservation process. You must call exactly 2 weeks on advance to when you want to come. If you call more than 2 weeks out, they will tell you to call back at the 2 week mark. And even then, you are not guaranteed a seating, as the place as reservatioms are made in order of when they're received. My guess is that they book up rather quickly. While it can make getting a table difficult, the process has it's advantages to the customer (which I'll elaborate on later). Also making it unorthodox is that it's a cash-only operation--which alone doesn't make it unorthodox. There are still pleny of "cash only" oerations in this day and age, and that's fine. But the problem is that this place does not have a website and there is no published menu online anywhere, so there's no way to estimate the price-points before heading to the ATM for cash. Speaking of menus, when we hot there, we eventually learned that there are no actual "menus" to speak of. The menu literally changes daily and seasonally, depending on what's fresh and what the chef is in the mood to prepare. The server goes over the menu options verbally. Again though, while they do a good job of describing each dish, at no time was there any indication of how much the items cost during the presentation. But when you get through all that, the experience is just great. The servers go over the appetizers/starters first and then let you mull them over, then they take your order for apps before presenting the entree menu. This is great because it ensures that your appetizers come out properly timed and that your entrees don't come out 2 minutes after your apps (which I hate, but happens all the time these days).Once the apps are rung in and being prepped, then they go over the entree menu (seafood oriwnted with a few meat dished). And let me tell you, most people with our group ordered something differrnt and EVERYTHING was amazing. The portion size were very reasonable for the prices (on the high side but not outrageous). Some fancy aces like to charrge through the nose for a tiny nibble of food. Definitely did not feel ripped off with the anount of food. And it was fantastic. Everything is fresh, ingredients that were probably swimming or on the farm that morning. And while everything was good, the crab entrees were the real winner. One with 3 massive sea scallops over a bed of fresh MARYLAND backfin crabmeat was one of the tastiest entrees I've ever had anywhere. And overall, while the reservation and seating process is a bit cumbersome, it ultimately works out for the customer's best interest. By knowing in advance EXACTLY how many customers there will be each evening and how many tables will be seated for the night, they are able to effectively prep in advance and make sure there is sufficient staff available. And with such a small # of tabkes, it ensures that the kitchen never gets "backed up" and that the serves never get in the weeds, thereby ensuring that you will get great service. We definitely will go back, but next time we know to scale back on the appetizers so we have enough room for the main course.
4 based on 251 reviews
Seafood restaurant famous for Crabcakes and Bloody Marys with a fantastic view of the bay. Open year round.
This was our second visit to this restaurant, and it is amazing....go at sunset for the view, but, stay for the food. My wife and I both had the Cream of Crab Bisque...loaded with huge chunks of jumbo lump crab.....soooooooo goooooood. The house salad was okay....average....nothing bad....but, nothing to get excited about.... my wife had the Caesar Salad and again, it was okay....Then Joan had the 5 oz.crab cake, and I had the 6 oz. 'er. TOTALLY AWESOME! Huge lumps of crab meat...no filler....great taste!.....my French Fries were very good, and my wife had their home made kettle fries (potato chips) Even though we got there 45 minutes before closing, no one rushed us, and we ate at a comfortable pace and only detained their closing by 5 minutes.The food and the service here are wonderful and we're doing our part to spread the word. Pay them a visit....you'.. thank me for it.
4 based on 97 reviews
This is a very popular place for locals. The food is surprisingly good for a local bar. Get there early or you may have to wait.
4 based on 177 reviews
OUR STORY Bruce McGuigan grew up near the water, spending his time recreational and commercial fishing until his passion led him to open Captain Mac's Bait & Tackle. Opening the doors in 1983, Bruce and his father, Charles "Mac" McGuigan, provided Fenwick
A local told us about this one and he was right. You go up to the counter and order and they call your name. Lots of crab with very little filler perfectly cooked with a local tomato slice. Had to use my fork to shorten the crab cake for ease of eating. Great location looking into the marsh with an osprey nest with two ospreys on it.
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