The Sea Chicken Shack looks like an old building with the restaurant's name on a sign surrounded by flashing lights on top of it. Inside, it is pretty empty. There are metal tables and rotting wood platforms as chairs for diners. At the order counter, it is simply a large barrier with a computer and cashier. A pull-down sign says the "No headbands" policy. SpongeBob criticized a bad safety rating and said it smelled like "a tuna bathed in algae after running a marathon."
This gave Mr. Krabs the idea to let Squidward construct Krabs himself for the general public to use. After SpongeBob was crushed in the test run, Mr. Krabs ended the episode where he was painted gold and used as the statue children played on.
SpongeBob was sent onto a spy mission to gather intel on this restaurant. When he stood in line, SpongeBob was thrown out of the restaurant since the policy states no headbands. After being evicted from the restaurant, SpongeBob was forced to climb the "Sea Chicken" statue which was made for children to climb.
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Mr. Krabs, in attempt to take back the title as "Best restaurant in the sea," he decided to build his own statue of himself like the one at the Sea Chicken Shack. In the end, the "statue" was just Mr. Krabs standing very still and painted.
It is unknown if the Sea Chicken Shack is trying to compete with the Krusty Krab.
The Sea Chicken Shack has a commercial.
The reason people come here often even though it is not very appealing is that kids want to play on the statue of Mr. Sea Chicken, luring their parents to come with them.
The actual statue of Mr. Sea Chicken is only 4' 9', which means the resturaunt is shorter than that.
This is the second time that a rival restaurant has interfered with the amount of customers that the Krusty Krab has received. The first time was in "Best Frenemies."
"The Masterpiece" is the only episode in which The Sea Chicken Shack appears.