Today the JupiterSandbar is proud to bring you our Food Shack review.
The Food Shack, also known as Little Moir’s Food Shack is within walking distance from the JupiterSandbar office so today we decided to treat ourselves to some absolutely amazing food. Dave and myself have been there before and I don’t think either one of us could ever say anything bad about this restaurant – call this review biased if you want!
Pulling up (yes, we drove) to the Food Shack, we noticed people waiting outside which meant that all of the tables were taken. Thankfully, they do have a bar which offers seating and we got lucky, there were seats available! Upon entering the indoor tiki hut (that’s the best way I can describe it – I felt like I was on an island, maybe in the future they will replace the floors with sand from the beach! ) we were instantly greeted by our waitress.
Despite being extremely packed, from the time we walked through the doors until we received our food was only 20 minutes – that is really fast during the lunch rush. I know you are all wondering just exactly how the food was and how much it costs to eat at the Food Shack, right? Check out our individual meal reviews below as well as their prices:
Shack Style Philly on Flatbread – $9.50 – Organic Grassfed Cube Steak, Fried Onions, Plantains, Melted Swiss Cheese, Arugula, Sun-dried Tomato & Horseradish Aioli (served with one side)
Tim’s Meal Review: Once I received this enormous plate of food, I couldn’t believe that it only cost $9.50! It’s quite a different take on a traditional Philly cheesesteak but that’s expected at Food Shack – hell there slogan is “a simple twist of taste”. I’m normally not a fan of plantains but they went amazingly well with the delicious cube steak, onions and melted cheese – I definitely recommend you try it out! Oh, I forgot to mention that I had the coconut rice as my side; amazing!
Panko Crusted Corvina Ruben Wrap – $13 – Swiss Cheese, Pastrami with Brussel Sprout, Cauliflower and Gorgonzola Slaw (served with one side)
Dave’s Meal Review: Come on it’s the food shack, everything from this place rocks! I got the fish Ruben with a side of veggies & some kind of cucumber slaw/salad. It hit the spot and was just enough food for lunch. Oh I also tried the tropical iced tea which was good, tasted like regular unsweetened iced tea with a little kick.
In conclusion, Little Moir’s Food Shack remains one of the JupiterSandbar’s favorite local places to eat. The atmosphere and delicious food make it a great restaurant to grab some lunch with your friends and family.
Visit www.littlemoirsfoodshack.com for more information regarding Little Moir’s Food Shack in Jupiter, Florida and check out the map below for it’s location.