Rarely go now compared to before they changed the coleslaw! The coleslaw has gone to the dogs. This place has been a favorite for many years, however.... Seafood and delicious coleslaw go together like bread and butter and the coleslaw recipe had changed and it is horrible compared to what use to be. As the story goes, the guy who made the coleslaw retired and the new guy is suppose to be using the same recipe--not so. I have not talked with anyone in line who is happy with the new version of slaw any of the times I have been since the change including today. Today we were told that the retired guy was Melvin and they didn't know if he was still living..furthermore, he must have taken his secret recipe with him--I would think the owner or someone on the wait staff would know what the coleslaw should be like.
510 Glenwood Ave Ste 100Raleigh, NC 27603
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My experience with the Mayflower in Raleigh has been absolutely wonderful. The service has been great, the food is delicious, and the atmosphere is terrific. I've actually eaten there recently, since the Gulf oil spill, and the experience was no different from the times I've been there before. I know that the oil spill has made some people grow wary about eating sea food, but I can assure you that the food there is still as amazing as always.
42nd Street has a large selection of seafood and I especially enjoy their steamed offerings. My only complaint is that you have to sit at the bar to eat oysters, they won't serve them in other parts of the dining area. They usually have pretty good entertainment on the weekends too.