I wish I could give a zero star rating. This place should be shut down. I would have been better off taking the 70 bucks I wasted here and flushing it down the toilet. I can t believe that so many people actually go here. The food was absolutely DISGUSTING! Dried up, overcooked, fly covered nastiness. What a shame. I just can t get over the fact that I gave this place 70 bucks. Please heed the warning and stay away from this dump.
I have always came down to Myrtle Beach for the Memorial Day Weekend and several other times during the year. This year we decided to go to Surfside Beach. We always go around to the different seafood buffets for the crab legs. Well we decided to eat at the Seafood House. I Say out of All the Buffets in MB this one by far was the best. The Food, Service, Music and Entertainment was Great. The food was fresh and hot ( unlike the other Buffets in MB ) I will def come back.
This was the second time I had eaten here and the food had not gotten any better.Chicken and steak were both over cooked, the clam chowder tasted bad. Asked about getting real butter melted and was told they had none.Went out for my wifes birthday and was told they do not do anything for birthdays any more because they had a problem this summer.As I was getting my desserts I saw a fly on top of a sticky cake, I told two separate employees and in the time we were still there no one had removed the cake. My family and I will never eat there again. There were many other issues.
136+ dollars for the pizza hut of seafood. you couldn't taste the difference between the talapia, mahi, and grouper. most everything is over cooked and out of an oven mill. for an extra 10 bucks a person you can go to a restaurant with a real chef that takes pride of what comes out of the kitchen. this place is just like all the other barf-fet tourist traps. the pirates and mermaid were ok and entertaining but ripley's has a mermaid show if you really interested so save your money and hit a real steak and seafood establishment.
Built in 1914 on the foundations of the James Moore familys 1874 home, The Moore Farm House Bed and Breakfast
continues a long tradition of warm hospitality. If your travels take you along the Carolina coast, stay with us ...
Located on Highway 17 between 21st and 20th St North, Broadway at the Beach is a must see for Grand
Strand visitors. There are over 100 specialty shops selling everything from T shirts to fine jewelry. Over 20 restaurants ...
The interior design and magnificent architecture of this eatery, accented by potted palms and lots of woodwork, add to the
warm, friendly atmosphere. Here, they cook the steaks just right and the rib servings are generous. For non beef ...