Amen I with 2 work mates for lunch. Service is nice, not too fast but not too slow. Shrimp is the same here as any other Red Lobster so nothing to get excited about.
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Stopped by on a Wednesday for a early dinner. I tried the half size of the Korean BBQ glazed salmon with a side salad and two sides. The salad was okay. It looks like that they have cut down on the size and the ingredients. It needed more onions. It had no cukes, very few shredded carrots and purple cabbage.... More
Well- I drove up to take the family out to lunch at the RD. Service was actually GREAT here- but they did mess up the order on my food and my mom's by not bringing the sides that we had requested. Food/taste/ quality- just slightly better than average for RD, but not horrible. RD prices keep going up.. so a... More
What a nice relaxing place. Everyone was so friendly. Our waitress was not pushy and let us take our time and enjoy our meal. One step at a time. No bringing the appetizers the same time as the main dish. We had margaritas which were very good. Thw biscuits were fresh and hot. The stuffed mushrooms were tasty and the... More
Overcooked fried seafood feast, clams were like little dry crumbs, over broiled brussel sprouts were small and dry. They no longer have thier own yummy croutons in thier salads. Biscuits must have been pre made a good while before serving them...we used to love it here..not sure what's changed that the quality had gone down and prices have gone way... More
NOT as pictured on tv commercial. How I wish I could give more than a 'poor' rating as this restaurant is close to us. The recent offer of $17.99 All-you-can-eat shrimp is not a value I would waste money on again. The offers of peppercorn shrimp (read shrimp sprinkled with pepper), shrimp scampi (fair quality), breaded shrimp (exactly what you... More
The food is OK, certainly not great. I also fond it more expensive than I think that it should be. The rolls are excellent, and the service was good.
Friday night, short wait. Indulged in the Crab Feast. Food well prepared and very tasty. Compares favorably to the top named seafood restaurants in Myrtle Beach. Just a tad pricey for a family style restaurant. Our bill for two with no desert or alcohol was almost $80.00.
A bunch of people from work went for dinner, maybe 20 or so. I ordered a plate with lobster tail and shrimp among other things. The lobster was so overcooked I needed a steak knife and elbow grease to cut it, extremely chewy and dry. So dissapointed I will never go back.
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