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Sunday, October 02, 2016

Down Under Restaurant in Snow Hill on Rt. 12


21 comments:

Anonymous said...

Down under alright. Just like New Orleans, this places needed a good wash job!

Anonymous said...

Down Under really is down under.

Anonymous said...

Place is disgusting and should be condemned

Anonymous said...

That's awful!!!

Anonymous said...

Isn't this the one that's right down by the bridge? In a low area/flood plain.
So yeah, it's in the water. Happens fairly often.

Anonymous said...

It's a very clean and busy place compared to some of the places in that town. It's a old building but taken care of very well.

Anonymous said...

The building is old far from disgusting!!!!! Compared to other places in town this is a 5 star. I personally love the food and the shakes are the best!!!!

Unknown said...

holy crap. and why are so many dissing this place? I've eaten there several times over the years and don't remember any problems

Anonymous said...

They have the best peas, dumplings & ham soup, which is homemade! Their subs and fries are the best too! Local people not foreigners either!!

Anonymous said...

What a shame!! This place has been there a long time, they have delicious shakes, and French fries!

Anonymous said...

It may be Down Under for now but we locals know it will always rise to the top again......as I have long said "Best shakes on the Delmarva Peninsula!"

Anonymous said...

This place sure has the best peas & dumplings & ham soup! By far the best I've ever had! Their subs are delicious too! Another plus is its owned by locals, not foreigners!!!!

Anonymous said...

I have eaten there MANY times. Always clean, Always good, Always Friendly. The building wasnt new, but was CLEAN!!! Dont like it, Take your ass across the bay!!!!! We people on the shore love our Shore-billy food!

Anonymous said...

Now that bob and family have weighed in . . .

It's filthy, old grease etc.

Anonymous said...

I always had good food from there. This building has always been underwater since the day it was built and operated as a Tastee Freeze. So why is it surprising that side of RT12 has always flooded all the way down to where the Petroleum company operated since the 60's.

Roland Morris said...

I enjoyed eating there, food was great and my son always had to get a milkshake. Sorry to see another business was hurt by this flood. I pray everyone will be blessed with the resources to clean up or rebuild there homes or business. Please pay no attention to the negative comments and think positive it will get better. May God Bless Down Under and all affected.

Common Sense Warrior said...

Such a shame. They had the best shakes made with real ice cream unlike some places in Salisbury. Good food, too. Will they recover? Heard somewhere Salisbury Insurance agents are now looking to rethink flood insurance. That's right have a disaster and then jack up insurance rates because after all disaster capitalism was made acceptable by the Clintons during Haiti.

Anonymous said...

It is the very reason the owners named it "Down Under." It doesn't have anything to do with Australia. That building has been "down under water" so many times, its not even unusual for it to happen. It has been happening since it was built as a Tastee Freeze back in the 60's.

Anonymous said...

Sysco milkshake mix is far from the eastern shores finest.

Anonymous said...

I love this plaCe. They are Friendly and the foods good too!!!

Anonymous said...

Sorry to the fans of this place, but I ate some fries from there that were so soggy with grease that it gave me the "squirts" and an upset stomach for the next three days. After all the times that that place has been under water over the years, it has to have mold growing in there, whether it can be seen, or not. Its local, but I don't go there anymore. The owners are nice and friendly, but I don't want to get sick again. Maybe the ice cream and shakes are safe, but I doubt the quality of anything off the grills or out of the fryers.

The Four Seasons Restaurant is the place to get carryout in Snow Hill, for me. The food and Pizza are really good, and I've never felt bad after eating there. And it never floods in the store....