Skull Creek Boathouse is very popular and doesn't take reservations... another words, don't plan to pop in & out. Come for the long haul. Sit back, relax and enjoy the view.
They also serve lunch and have an early bird seating for dinner. On the weekend stop by for brunch between 10am and 3pm.
There were eight in our party, including a one year old who was out past her expiration date. To say the least, we were going to be a challenge. The 40 minute wait wasn't going to improve our chances, either... but we'll wait. It will be worth it.
We began the night with two orders of Buffalo Chicken Dip. This three-cheese dip has is full of roasted chicken. It packs a bit of a kick compliments of Crystal Hot Sauce and is served with tortilla chips. As you can see from the photo, it was good. Really, really good... both orders were gone before I could even get a shot... Some people are so difficult to train.
Big Kahuna Tuna sandwich lived up to it's name... it was BIG and delicious. Served with either seasoned fries or sweet potato fries, this sandwich will fill you up!
Special of the night, Grilled Wahoo came topped with Peach bourbon chutney and served with Savannah red rice and green beans. This was a nicely flavored piece of fish, but WAY overdone. We were not impressed. But, it was the only thing we didn't love. If it wasn't so late & we weren't legion in number, we would have requested a do-over.
The Asian inspired sauce seemed a bit oily and salmon is an oily fish. It tasted fishy, like cooked salmon sometimes does. Raw salmon imparts a sweet flavor, which was not present. My brother-in-law chose tropical Conch. He made a wise move... the conch was tender and the tropical style was a perfect combination of flavors. Fabulous, Daahhling!