We were impressed from the courteous doorman, to the friendly hostess that seated us at a window table, to our awesome server-Kevin, to the last bite of our wonderful dinner. Can definitely recommend! It's well worth the $$!
Fulton's crabhouse worthless, mediocre food, hefty prices, poor quality. I don't recomended even to my worst enemy. I waste my money. My first and last visit. I took my wife and syster on mothers day and we have real BAD BAD experience. AGAIN FULTON'S CRABHOUSE WORTHLESS.
Carlos from Lakeland, FL
Just returned from Disney World, March 18, 2011. Our
first night there we wanted to treat ourselves to a special
dinner; so we made a reservation at Fulton's Crab House.
We should have know something was not right when we
walked in at 6:00pm and the place was empty.
My impression: Inferior food - way overpriced - small
portion of food for the hugh price you pay.
In conclusion: not worth the money; have had better
food at the Coral Reef- EPCOT
3 Stars due to the extreme prices, although the food was ok, the wait was a killer! The over-all experience was decent but the food really didn't match up with the decor and sights, especially considering the price.
I admit we had an excellent view of the bay near the front of the boat and the service was pretty good, it just wasn't worth it all. Ok to go there once but I'll be going across the bay for dinner from now on.
To begin, we were lured to Fulton's Crab House by the huge boat themed exterior and want for some good seafood. When we arrived, we had a decent wait for about 30 minutes, which is expected at a busy location. We were seated just behind a short wall by the bar area, though it did have an OK view of the water. The service really wasn't great. It took a while to see our waiter, who was very nice, just not present very often. My wife downed her water and mine and it took over 5 minutes to get a refill. Our food was good, but a little small for the hefty price. We split a salad, had complementary bread/butter and crackers/dip and split a trio entree'. To our waiter's credit, he did correctly assume we were recently married. We let him know we were married 2 days ago. After dinner, we were getting ready to leave and he asked if we wanted desert, we told him we had another place in mind. To our waiter's credit again, he explained that he already had a complementary desert ready for us to celebrate our marriage. We gladly accepted and it certainly made us feel better about our waiter and the restaurant. Overall, the place was more visually appealing outside than inside with mediocre food and hefty price.
We just ate here and I was very disappointed.The food is not very good and the prices are sky high.You would think for $40.00 for a new york strip they could include a baked potato or a veggie.We paid a $130.00 for two mediocre meals .I would say go to a Carrabas instead of this place.
Dined there with my husband last night. He was not impressed with the Filet Mignon but I did enjoy the Alaskan King Crab legs along with the mashed potato trio. I was disappointed at the service for the price that we paid, our bill came out to $136. We had to wait awhile ~ 45 min before we sat down for dinner and the waitress was too busy most of the time to get refills or answer a question. When she was there it was to rush us out the door. She brought the bread out at the same time as our salads, then 5 minutes into our salad she brought out our dinner- and we didn't even get time to finish our salad because we didn't want our meals to get cold. She spoke a mile a minute and asking us if we wanted dessert and if not she will bring the ck and at that point we were both annoyed and decided to go elsewhere for a romantic date.
We went to Fulton's for the 1st time sunday for my husband's birthday and were very dissapointed. Service was good, but food was average at best. I ordered the filet and I have had better at the Sizzler. Very overpriced and the bathrooms were dirty.
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