I expected something unique - just fried fish on hamburger bun. I had steamed clams (very small) which were good. The price was right, also.
A local recommended we go here and the fish was excellent. I got the fish chowder and my husband got the gumbo. I didn't try his but he said my chowder tasted better. I would have not ordered the soup if I would have known how big the servings were. This place was so good my husband wanted to go... More
If you like fried fish, this is the place to go. We were there midweek off season, so no wait. By the time we paid, our order was up. Perfectly seasoned, hot and crispy fish for a very reasonable price. Skip the fries. Convenient location in the heart of this pretty town.
Saw rave reviews for Doug's so put it on our list of things to do. It's perfect for lunch with or without kids. Although the little ones would enjoy the train that runs around the ceiling inside. Since it was a Monday in September after Labor Day, we didn't experience any big lines. We ordered the Fried Scallops meal, which... More
The first sign that this place is a classic is the line that extends out on to the sidewalk of people waiting to place their orders. Doug's was a trip back in time to simple, fresh and well executed fish. We had two fish and onion dinners that were superb. No frills honest food done rught. You owe yourself a... More
Great fish and chips. The restaurant lived up to its reputation. We will be back for more. It gets very busy, so time your visits well. The isn't a large sitting area for dining, but it is worth the wait.
Amazing fish, also try the blueberry sundae! It is what it is, a great fish place. Judging by crowds locals and tourists alike enjoy the place.
Someone told me to eat here, my husband loves fish I do not. I ordered fried chicken, I was expecting chicken on the bone like a breast or something instead I got chicken fingers, I was disappointed. It was chicken finger meal for $10. It wasn't bad but I was expecting better. My husband said his was good but it's... More
While on our recent motorcycle trip to the finger Lakes, NY, we ate at Doug's Fish Fry in Skaneateles. When we arrived the line was out the door and down the block. We thought we were in for along wait, but not really. the line moved fast and the food was excellent. Great restaurant to go visit.
If you've been here before, you know what to expect. If not, it's kind of a noisy, crowded place to eat fish and related dishes. You order at the counter and wait 10-20 minutes to be called for your food. There were 11 of us in the party - we found a long table so seating wasn't a problem. The... More
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