Palm Valley Fish Camp's casual waterfront dining and fresh creative southern fare makes Chef and owner Ben Groshell's newest restaurant a local ... More
Palm Valley Fish Camp
Palm Valley Fish Camp's casual waterfront dining and fresh creative southern fare makes Chef and owner Ben Groshell's newest restaurant a local favorite in Ponte Vedra and Jacksonville, The interior is simple, quaint, bright and inviting.
I loved this place! It was very quaint and lovely. I went for lunch and with all the windows it was very light and airy feeling inside. I would imagine at night that it becomes very intimate. The food was excellent and varied. But the best part was their back porch and dock. They have chairs set up on both for just sitting and relaxing. I would definately try this place again.
My wife and I went for lunch on Saturday Feb 26 2011 around 1:30. Parking is a problem probably because the place is popular. Kelly had the Shrimp Basket and I had the Clam Strips. Both were great and they did not dump on the salt like most fish camps do. We each had a glass of white wine. It was nice but don't go there for a view of the Intracoastal or if you like it quiet the noise level was very high. The bill came to around $41.00 plus tip.
This was our second trip to the fish camp. We go down to that area for vacation every year and last year we went when it was new.
As usual, we parked and walked right in and were seated. We quickly received drinks and our order was taken...the seafood dinner for two. Only a few minutes later our feast arrived.
Unless you've eaten there, you simply cannot imagine how much food you receive for just $34. My wife and I can put away the seafood, but we left a huge amount to take home.
Like last time, the food was flawless. The view of the intercoastal was flawless. The service was flawless. The price was more than reasonable.
I simply can't imagine a better meal.