If you came to Savannah looking for seafood, look no further. Fiddler's stands as perhaps River Street's most beloved source of the whole gamut of ... More
Fiddlers Crab House
If you came to Savannah looking for seafood, look no further. Fiddler's stands as perhaps River Street's most beloved source of the whole gamut of undersea delights. Crab cakes and steamed crab legs, of course, are the house specialty, but the menu also offers live lobster, shrimp and shellfish harvested from regional waters and a nice selection of more land-friendly fare. A respectable and reasonably-priced wine list complements the menu, and a full bar service is available in both the lounge area and restaurant proper.
The best crablegs on earth-and I eat them regularly! We had a larger group and the service was wonderful...The oysters were cooked to perfection-I wish I had made room for more of them! I loved it and will be going back for more!
The Food Was kind odf good! The house salad was delicio! We may just come back! Our waitress was Carolyn and she was very helpful and checked on us frequently! The wait for the food wasnt that long at all! They werent the kind that NEVER smiled they actually joked around. I over heard a waitres yelling "Why Is It So Hard To Get Change Around Here?!" Then grumbling about something. But we all get a little frustrated right? Overall it was good! :o)
My husband and I visit Savannah at least once a year. Every year we ask for Carolyn. She is the best server we have ever had in any restaurant. Carolyn is now in our family album because we take a picture with her every time we go to Fiddler's.
On top of the great service, the food is the best! I try something different every time and it never fails my taste buds = )
This was a great place for a quick lunch of fried seafood type dishes. Nothing on the menu was different from any other run of the mill seafood restaurant found anywhere in the US. My recommendation is to look elsewhere for dinner and it is okay for a quick drink or lunch.
I stopped in for Oysters, they were great, got to watch the guy shuck them. I was really surprised by their prices, two cocktails, oysters and tip was only $15. I do recommend this eatery. I only sit in the bar, so unsure of the dining room.
I am not sure that some of the people that have posted to this site actually ate at the Fiddlers Crab House. We ate there twice!!! This was the BEST FOOD and SERVICE in Savannah!!!! We will come back to Savannah just to eat there again!!!!
I told my husband about the reviews and that I had read and did not want to eat there!! I am so glad that for once I listened to him and went in!!
I have became a regular on weekends at Fiddlers. I bring clients in on a regular basis and I am never let down. Super friendly bar staff that really work hard to please... Thanks Char and Amber they make every visit a pleasure.
We made the trip to Savannah to celebrate my daughters 15th birthday. Having eaten at Fiddlers before, we all looked forward to dining there again. We were in for a shock. There had been some major downfalls since our last visit there. The food, while not in the "expensive" category in todays fine eateries, was really lacking. We all had crablegs which were good, but my mother in law cracked several legs that had no meat at all. ALL of the side items were miserable and tasteless. Our biggest complaint however, has to be the lack of service. When we complained to our waitress, Kara, she seemed oblivious to our words. It was as if she couldn't believe that we were dissatisfied. She took NO ACTION in resolving our complaint. Then when our bill arrived, I noticed that she had slipped in an 18% gratuity. I immediately went to another employee and demanded that it be removed from our bill - this was complied with. She soon adopted an attitude with us and truly lost out on "returning customers". Not ONCE during our meal did she come by the table to check on us. There are many great seafood restaurants in Savannah, Fiddlers Crab House should be avoided at all costs if you expect decent service.
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