Living up to its name, this small eatery resembles a seaside shack. While it may be lacking in decorative aesthetics, it certainly makes up for it with the food. The menu, which includes an additional one of just the daily specials, is extensive and primarily features fresh seafoods. Popular dishes include the Shack bowl (mixed vegetables, fresh herbs, garlic noodles and coconut milk), Hawaiian panko-fried calamari, blackened fish taco wrap, crab egg rolls and the surf-n-turf. The owner coined a phrase that you'll soon understand after dining here—"a simple twist of taste"—basically, fresh and flavorful foods made simply. Expect long waits and big crowds at peak dining times as this is one of the most popular restaurants in town.