Just got back from Fla. Fultons was suggestedd to me and it was every bit as good as I anticipated. The Seafood was fresh and cooked to perfection. Drinks and sevice were also top shelf. I will go again my next trip. Warning do not enter expecting it to being expensive. You get exactly what you pay for.
Really terrible, cold food. A complete tourist trap. Don't get caught! We regretted every minute. Oh, and it was terribly expensive...way too expensive for the less than par food. Go to Portabellos if you are going someplace at all.
This was a noisy, crowded, and dark restaurant. Everything was very expensive but the quality of the food ranged from OK to terrible. Our waiter was overly-familiar and constantly touched female members of the party on the shoulder most inappropriately. He was completely unprofessional. I heard (from another member of our party) that the bathrooms were disgusting.
What a waste of time and money. I will NEVER go back.
The service eas awful, waitress disappeared most of the evening, took over two hours to get our food which was cold when we got it, drinks were a joke. You would think they would pay some attention to these reviews, we certainly did not and look what we got. Over two hundred dollars for dinner and all the way from California. Better get with it, your loosing business and your reputation is going down hill. BJ
ME AND MY FAMILY OF 4 DINED AT FULTONS ABOUT 2 WEEKS AGO WE WAITED FOR EVER FOR OUR FOOD THREE OTHER TABLES THAT SAT DOWN AFTER US WITH BIGGER PARTIES GOT THERE FOOD BEFORE US WE HAD TO ASK FOR REFILLS ON OUR DRINKS THE FOOD WAS NOT VERY GOOD AND OUR BILL WAS 200 DOLLARS FRO 2 KIDS AND 2 ADULTS I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND THIS PLACE TO ANYBODY SAVE YOUR MONEY AND GO TO MC DONALDS
Yes, the food as absolute top notch. But the price is also out of this world. There is definitely a Disney premium on this restaurant. But, as a special occasion on a nice vacation, it's worth the money.
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