A fine bar and good appetizers. Though Emma's is known for their pizza, I'm not a fan, as they're too cheesy without enough tomato sauce.
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As you may know lobster is a big deal in New England. Emma's has a great lobster roll plate with french fries and cole slaw. The lobster roll has big chunks of lobster meat and no fillers(celery). mixed with mayo. A good size meal for...More
I rarely order fish and chips because I am very particular. I want very minimal, light batter surrounding thick, flavorful cod. Alas, most of the time the ratio is way off -- tons of batter and paper thin fish (and usually the pieces that don't...More
I've had the opportunity to eat at this place twice...once in Oct. 2015 and then again in May 2016. Having originally come from New England we're no strangers to good seafood. We moved far away more than 30 yrs. ago and always search for good...More
We discovered Emma's in Norton about 5 years ago. But I'd say the last year year and a half the cooking has changed. They seemed to have lost all their secret recipes. The seafood that was once delicious is bland and greasy. The portions have...More
The Greasy Spoon of Norton that a lot rave about, Not sure why, maybe it's the lower than average prices for the greasy food or the greasy pizza or maybe because people like watching Ron's face on TV. never the less, this place is loud,...More
Nice relaxing atmosphere and nice easy family menu to choose from. Staff is nice and food is pretty good.
I go to Emma's above every two months, and the place is consistently excellent. They have a new executive chef, who seems to have stepped up the daily specials. The menu is huge and offers many healthy (and not) choices, the beer is cold, and...More