One of the funkiest eating spots on the East End. You weave your way past rusting fish tanks, avoid the goats and chickens, pick up soups, sandwiches, or fish and shellfish entrees at a counter, and carry it to tables on a patch of sand overlooking Gardiner's Bay. The restaurant is an offshoot of Multi-Aquaculture Inc., and there's a small shop that sells goods from afar. The tab is modest for most dishes, but more usual Hamptons prices obtain for a seafood medley or grilled striped bass. We've yet to try the swordfish chili or lobster bisque. There's a kids menu, too.