Shrimper’s of­fers din­ing with wa­ter­front view

The Palm Beach Post - Neighborhood Post - Northern Palm Beach County - - Front Page - By Teresa Lane Spe­cial to the Palm Beach Post

Ap­pe­tiz­ers, soup, salad, r aw b a r, s e a f o o d , s a n d - wi c h e s , b u r g e r s , s t e a k , chicken, pasta. nished with ginger and wasabi, served over Asian coleslaw with noo­dles and se­same ginger dress­ing on the side. A friend de­clared it a per­fect pair­ing of fresh seafood and Asian spices. My fish and chips ($13.95) was a hearty por­tion of per­fectly browned fish ten­ders and French fries. The crispy planks were nicely sea­soned and made for a sat­is­fy­ing seafood ex­pe­ri­ence. some daz­zling en­ter­tain­ment.

Ver y good. The waiter was friendly and quick to fill re­quests.

The usual chat­ter from neigh­bor­ing cus­tomers. We dined on the out­side porch, which was wrapped in plas­tic sheet­ing due to the chill out­side.


Shrimper’s leans over the water of Port Salerno’s Mana­tee Pocket, mak­ing for re­fresh­ing breezes and great water views.

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