is also on the road to Folly Beach. This is the
first time I've been able to make it past Bowen's Island
and their roast oysters to see what was down the road.
Glad I did.
is probably no better area to find consistently good fried
fish than along the Carolina Coast, especially from
Calabash NC to Charleston.
The Anchor Line, just before the bridge to Folly Beach
does it better than most.
I started with a bowl
of their crab gumbo. Rich broth, plenty of crab.
Folks next to me had crab dip - crab blended with cream
cheese and horseradish.
The fried platters
come in three sizes and infinite combinations. I did
fried oysters and shrimp. Outstanding. The
oysters had a heavier coating, but perfectly fried.
The small shrimp, were also perfect, but with a delicate,
crisp flour coating. A hush puppy and slaw on the
When you're in the
area, allow at least two days. One for Bowen's and
one for the Anchor Line.