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10/23/2017
By: Patrick R.
Stonington's Seafood
They have the best cornbread I have ever eaten. Also, their shrimp are fresh and chicken tenders are very soft and cooked perfectly
10/14/2017
By: Paul L.
Maryland Fried Chicken
plan to wait 30min on a simple order no matter what time of day service horrible
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10/01/2017
By: Angela L.
Chez Filet
Most unique homemade food! 8 oz filet & all 5 homemade sauces are excellent! Hidden Treasure & Will Return AGAIN!
09/19/2017
By: James H.
Lee & Rick's Oyster Bar
Visited this restaurant for the first time a couple of weeks ago, thanks to my friends who are regulars there. Absolutely the best and most fresh seafood I've had in a very long time! It hit the spot!! I appreciated the story about how the restaurant came to be. As a former worker of an Oyster Bar, I also felt the restaurant layout was unique, functional, and fitting. I ordered Steamed Oysters and also some crab legs. The service was just as great as the food.
08/31/2017
By: Susan W.
Southphilly Steak
Stopped by after a tip from my hair salon in Waterford Lakes. The Blonde Cheesesteak was to die for. Add a drink and fries and I was in heaven. Stop in and try the cheesesteak, you wont be disappointed.
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08/15/2017
By: Kim W.
Johnnie's Hideaway
The porterhouse, filet mignon and colossal shrimp were excellently prepared and delicious. The key lime pie and apple pie were also quite good. The service was excellent. The only negative was the smell in the hallway by the bar leading to the restrooms. Wasn't bad enough to sway my overall review of the restaurant. I highly recommend Johnnies Hideaway.
08/10/2017
By: V R.
Lighthouse Lobster Feast
Indeed an Awesome place to have a quality lobster feast! The restaurant is Kid friendly. I loved the idea of "all you can eat" menu at the light house lobster feast! Best part is that it is close to theme parks in orlando!
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07/08/2017
By: Todd B.
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen
SLOW! the employees dont care and it shows! unfriendly and wrong orders EVERY TIME! i have been there 15 times ( its real close to my house) i was so excited to have one built so close to home and now so disappointing to see the service and quality go down the drain!
03/13/2017
By: chris
Buffalo Wild Wings
Went for a NCAA basketball challenge with a group of 8. The server got the drinks right away, but took forever to take the food order. We had to call her over. She never went over the fast breaks ( one of the people in the group asked us about it, which I didn't k now anything about). She did let about 3 of know about a special on boneless wings, but not the whole table. I ordered the boneless wings with a friend sitting next to me and an order of potato wedges. I didn't like the boneless wings at all. They tasted like nuggets. The sauce was soaked up into the breading. No resemblance at all to wings. I didn't eat any of what they were trying to pass off as wings. This left me with the potato wedges to eat. These looked like they took the bottom of the basket to give to me . They were hard, small broken bits. We also had to wait for an extended period of time to get the checks. We were doing this during our lunch break, so time was important. Not all of the TVS wee working properly either.
02/23/2017
By: Judi M.
Red Lobster
My sister and I was staying at universal studios and we went to red lobster on international blvd. for dinner. The astomphere was warm and friendly. Our waiter Jason was faboulas. He was extremely friendly and you could tell that he loved his job. We had lobster of course that melt in your mouth. It was cooked to perfection. The rest of the people were just as welcoming. I would recommend this red lobster to anyone who is visiting universal. You probably could walk. I give them five + stars. Jason one day you will own a restaurant or a be a manger of one.
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