I tried to re-visit this place; I sat at a table inside. Another group sat at the next table. For 15 minutes, there was zero acknowledgement that we were there. There were 4 tables in the entire place, and the servers were completely overmatched.
Formerly the Pier Coffee Shop, Anglins Beach Cafe has taken over where they left off at the foot of Anglins Fishing Pier. The restaurant is on the beach, not on the pier, and offers beach and ocean views from most seats, and a slight view of the pier from a very few seats.
The menu attempts to portray the place as a New England style restaurant, as their menu has lobster, crab and tuna rolls and the such. I ordered the "Sea Dog", which the menu says is "Fried Cod on a New England Roll". As you can see, its really a hamburger roll; one that doesn't come close to being able to hold the cod logs. New England rolls are usually pretty large; I'm quite glad I didn't order the lobster roll. While the logs reminded me of Mrs Paul's, they were pretty good; the cod was tender yet fleshy. The packaged tartar sauce notwithstanding, I ended up having one mini sea dog and then just eating the second piece like a fish stick.
The pickles were inedible and I'm not sure if they expected me to slide the massive lettuce leaf onto the sandwich or not, so I dismissed it as garnish. I would have preferred actual chips to potato chips. I was initially concerned that they actually lined the basket with a filthy newspaper, but its really a sort of wax paper thats printed to looked like newspaper.
Service was very poor, as my server was so consumed with a large party that came in that ice tea refills and getting my check in short order were fantasies unfulfilled. After her fourth trip to the patio without looking in my direction, I had to yell at her to get her attention.
Do you think 2 fish sticks on a hamburger bun and a bag of chips is worth $8 at a little dump like this? You make the call.
Now you're not coming here for good food or white glove service (or even platex glove service), you're coming here to eat on the beach. As long as you know what to expect, you'll be fine.