Watersview Restaurant Llc

★★★★☆
  • 2107 Eaton Ferry Rd

    Littleton, NC 27850

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  • 252-586-2814

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Mon. CLOSED;Tue. - Sat. 11am - 4pm;Sun. 9:30am - 4pm

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Great location on Lake Gaston. It's the kind of place where boat owners motor up dockside and come in for a meal. Time your dinner for sunset and you'll be rewarded with a fine sight. We ate there two nights.

Chef is a Johnson and Wales grad. Menu is small, built upon pasta dishes, steaks, chops and seafood. Rolls both nights were served warm: very light and puffy. A nice treat.

Night 1:
Appetizer "pizzette" of chicken and red onion on a barbecue sauce was overpowered by too much of the sweet base. We both agreed it needed some "crunch".

Shrimp and grits was a great surprise as the grits were shaped into a large triangle and fried. This created a nice crunch to this dish which we really enjoyed. Only seven medium-sized shrimp on this plate, and that was disappointing. Sauce was good with just the right spicy kick to it.

Tilapia stuffed with their crab dip appetizer was tasty: the crab is mixed with cheese and horseradish.

Waitress was enthusiastic and energetic, but did not know what an IPA is.

Total bill: $58 for two, no dessert, before tip.

Night 2:
Skipped appetizers, but we substituted menu salads for the standard side salad included with entree. Spinach salad was large. Iceberg wedge was crisp with lots of bacon pieces and tomato, but drowning in blue cheese dressing (I usually ask for dressing on the side, but tonight I forgot). Still, it must have been hand-made as I had a piece of cheese that was nearly the size of a ping-pong ball!

Blackened mahi was not overpowered by blackening spices and was skin-on. We thought the waitress said it would come with mango "salsa", but she must have said "sauce" as this was not a salsa: thick, sweet and syrupy.

Lobster tail special was grilled (yes!) and very good.

Blanched green bean accompaniment was okay, but we both felt they needed to be tossed with something to give them a little more life.

Total: $76 for two, tip not included, no dessert.

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★★★★☆

Great location on Lake Gaston. It's the kind of place where boat owners motor up dockside and come in for a meal. Time your dinner for sunset and you'll be rewarded with a fine sight. We ate there two nights.

Chef is a Johnson and Wales grad. Menu is small, built upon pasta dishes, steaks, chops and seafood. Rolls both nights were served warm: very light and puffy. A nice treat.

Night 1:
Appetizer "pizzette" of chicken and red onion on a barbecue sauce was overpowered by too much of the sweet base. We both agreed it needed some "crunch".

Shrimp and grits was a great surprise as the grits were shaped into a large triangle and fried. This created a nice crunch to this dish which we really enjoyed. Only seven medium-sized shrimp on this plate, and that was disappointing. Sauce was good with just the right spicy kick to it.

Tilapia stuffed with their crab dip appetizer was tasty: the crab is mixed with cheese and horseradish.

Waitress was enthusiastic and energetic, but did not know what an IPA is.

Total bill: $58 for two, no dessert, before tip.

Night 2:
Skipped appetizers, but we substituted menu salads for the standard side salad included with entree. Spinach salad was large. Iceberg wedge was crisp with lots of bacon pieces and tomato, but drowning in blue cheese dressing (I usually ask for dressing on the side, but tonight I forgot). Still, it must have been hand-made as I had a piece of cheese that was nearly the size of a ping-pong ball!

Blackened mahi was not overpowered by blackening spices and was skin-on. We thought the waitress said it would come with mango "salsa", but she must have said "sauce" as this was not a salsa: thick, sweet and syrupy.

Lobster tail special was grilled (yes!) and very good.

Blanched green bean accompaniment was okay, but we both felt they needed to be tossed with something to give them a little more life.

Total: $76 for two, tip not included, no dessert.

Pros: View and food.

Cons: Can get very busy at times.

 

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