Established in 1956 on busy Route One long before that stretch became bustling and busy with Kittery's outlet shops, Bob’s was the locals' golden fried standard. Now Bob's is a favorite spot for locals and travelers alike. We hear it from our guests: no trip to Maine is complete without a meal at Bob's Clam Hut.Bob's is committed to serving traditional Maine fried seafood with straightforward simplicity. Our clams are always fresh, which means daily deliveries--we're too small to store more than that anyway. We use "specials," which are clams hand-selected for consistent size and quality. We follow the original Bob's recipes, including the famous tartar sauce. Customer favorites include Bob's New England Clam Chowder, Lobster Stew, the traditional Bob's fried clams, and the Lillian fried clams. The volume of fryolator oil we go through amazes our suppliers--our oil cleanliness standards are second to none. Our staff uses the same cook-to-order system that Bob and his family developed way back when the Clam Hut first opened.Open for lunch and dinner year round from 11:00.
This place was such a rip off! I paid $20 for their clam basket and got some fries with 3 bits of clam on top! We should have thrown it back at them... but we maintained composure. Don't waste your time... go to the Burger King or McDonalds down the street. At Burger King or McDonalds, you can feed a family of 6 and everyone will be satisfied... plus the food will taste better than what you get at Bob's Clam Hut also!!!
The best seafood restaurant in New England!
Dont believe the post stating they were ripped off this family run business is awesome an kind but do wish it was warmer when it is cold out. They $20 platter is full we ended up ordering 2 for 4 of us an didnt even finish. This has been the same every time we ordered no complaining here its great. i bet anything the other person was not so kind an they got a taste of their own medicine which is awesome. The food is amazing an the people are welcoming :) best place thus far to eat.