Food reminds me of the clam chowder from Chowderheads, which is world famous. However, the staff is racist to their customers, which, because I am black, puts a burden on me and my family. They said and I quote, "What is your kind doing here."
Terrible service, rude manager. I went with my friend Paul Denino and TriHard and the waiter would not serve my fellow TriHard, which I found repulsive and racist of them. Disgusting attitude from the manager, very scuffed remarks. The lobster rolls are the only reason I would ever come back. Reminds me of Chowder Heads in Florida.
Great food, friendly, helpful service, very reasonable prices. Quiet atmosphere. Tilapia was tender and nicely flavored. Fajitas came sizzling and smelled great. Looks a little chintzy from the outside but a great place to eat.
The fried seafood is "to die for." What a gorgeous sunset spot. Breading is light and seafood has real flavor, not just breading. If you want a more chef-invented cuisine that dish is available but fried shrimp should not missed.
They will forget your order and not care in the least. Possibly racist. I'm not white but I am an educated American. Carelessness causes me to rate this red lobster EPIC FAIL.
best seafood on the treasure coast.
My husband and I ate lunch here Saturday, Nov. 2. Everyone was pleasant and we both ordered the oyster po' boy. It came with home made potato chips which were very good and the raspberry tea was better than most places. However, the sandwich left a lot to be desired. The oysters had a LOT breading, which hid the oyster because for the most part they were miniscule. And, the breading was so salty, I could hardly stand it. Won't get that again. The coffee was very good and the guava cheesecake was good. I understand oysters are small sometimes, but these was barely enough oyster taste with all the breading to barely know It was oysters.