This aptly named eatery is set at the spot on the Savannah River where the first steam ship to cross the Atlantic Ocean, the SS Savannah, first ... More
River House Seafood
This aptly named eatery is set at the spot on the Savannah River where the first steam ship to cross the Atlantic Ocean, the SS Savannah, first disembarked in 1819. Providing stunning views and creative seafood masterpieces, this is a popular choice for elegant dining at a reasonable price. Steaks, chops and specialty pizzas round out a seafood menu that is second to none. Don't leave without trying the pecan pie, prepared daily along with a sinful spread of pastries and authentic French bread in the on-site bakery. A full bar is also available.
My family and I enjoyed our Mother's Day Lunch at the River House. My server, Adam made our experience wonderful. The food was outstanding, starting with the Caesar's Salad to my Pound of Seafood Plate. I enjoyed the freshness of my food.
River House was my first experience on River Street and it won't be my last.
We ate there just prior to closing time and the service was great, despite what other patrons have to say. Our waiter Brad did everything that he could to provide a great experience for us. He actually had a personality and energy around serving us, which is very rare these days! The food was awesome as well. The Chatham Artillary Punch is well full of punch! Try one, but I hope you don't have to drive afterward!
The service was bad. Our waiter had about 6 tables while the other waitress in the section 3. As a result, people who came in 30 minutes after us in her section were served their food before us. We had huge waits for each course of our food and could not even get the ice tea refilled easily. Another table was experiencing the same thing - no food, then three courses in 10 minutes. Yet, it seemed the remaining tables were treated fine.
The food was salty and unremarkable for a city known for seafood. Some dishes were good, but still too many better options in the area.
My friend and I loved the River house. St Patrick day festivities were being set up outside. We ate inside and our waiter was Patrick. The food was superb. I had salmon I forget what my friend had. The waiter was nice to look at too and he was very pleasant.
We had a great time at this place, it had great food, the blackened Mahi is a must for any diner. With the addition of an in house bakery you are sure to enjoy your dining experience. The service was exquisit. A caesar salad is tossed at your table that you could almost make a meal out of especially with the fresh sour dough bread. Ask for Sam when you visit he is sure to impress.
The place was not crowded at all, yet we had to wait 15 minutes to get seated.
It was mediocre at BEST. The crab bisque sounded wonderful, but tasted like squash.
My hubby had the fried oysters and almost vomited on the second one (it was bad)
Food was lukewarm...service was slowwwww. The best thing about the place was the bleu cheese spread for the bread.
We waited 15 minutes for the check, and she never came back to get the money.. so we left it on the table... and left.
Food is not all that tasty and the value is non existent.
I would NOT recommend this place for the food, but have heard the baked good are great.
The food here was mediocre at best. The lobster and crab bisque was lukewarm and tasted like squash soup. My hubby got the fried shrimp and oysters, and he about vomited! The oysters were bad. We told the waitress and she brought over some additional shrimp. I had fried calamari and it was soggy. Even the water tasted funny!! I will give a 2 thumbs up to the bleu cheese spread that came with the bread. Everything else...ick!!
The service was very slow. It wasn't even busy and we waited 15 minutes to be seated. The server was not very attentive. No manager came over when the food came out poorly. We finally got the check, and we had to leave the money and the coupon with the cash on the table after the waitress DIDNT come back.
WILL NOT GO BACK
My firends and I had an excellent lunch - was a bit pricey - but our waiter was attentive - food was very good and had my first southern pecan pie and it was delicious! We sampled the artillery punch which if we would not have been flying out that afternoon would have been great to stay and have a few rounds! We will go back
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