We ate lunch at Norma's and it was just what we were looking for -- a home-style cafe where we could get some non-fancy seafood. It is a beach-style diner, with waitresses who will call you hon' and keep your iced tea glass refilled.
Fish is offered sauteed, grilled, broiled, poached or Cajun-style. Salad with iceburg lettuce and tiny shrimp or creamy clam chowder is included. I had the clam chowder, which was thick and had some big hunks of clams in it. I thought it was good, but my husband wanted more clams and less potato. I also had the fried oysters, which arrived hot and tender. There were about a dozen of them. They weren't large, but in oysters, smaller is better, and they were ...Read More