Lunch at Red Lobster is typical fare for the chain. The biscuits are good as advertised. Both entrees good and service also typical.
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My wife and I were in Roswell on a business trip. We were very disappointed with the steakhouse we had eaten the previous evening and thought we would stop in at the local Red Lobster. We went in with very modest expectations after being to the two in Albuquerque. We were escorted to a backroom table which we did not... More
I'm from the East Coast. So I was craving seafood. I'm not a Red Lobster fan but it satisfied my cravings even though i wanted blue crabs. Restaurant was clean waitress polite and helpful. Awesome experience. First time visit.
The male server with the ponytail seemed kinda rude, like we should be privileged he'd wait on us. The biscuits were good. Entrees seemed sloppy & thrown together. We had to ask for everything from water to bread. We were never brought lemons for the seafood, that would have been a nice touch. Overall, the meal was overpriced for being... More
I haven't been to the Red Lobster in years as I'm from the UK and wanted to go again as remember the fish being so good. Guess what?!!!!!! It was utterly delicious 😁 I had the seafood linguini which was absolutely superb. There were huge scallops, mussels, large prawns, lobster tails and it came in a huge pot. There was... More
Food was good as usual. We had two ultimate feasts. You get everything shell fish lovers paradise. Really big filling meal loads of shellfish. Couldn't complain about anything .Service was good ...this is why we keep going back to Red Lobster. Around £50 sterling for two meals drinks and tip.
So I'm from the east coast, emphasis on coast. So reviewing a Red Lobster in New Mexico is equivalent to New Mexicans reviewing a Long John Silvers. There just isn't good seafood in this state, which makes sense as it's a desert. But subpar seafood restaurants get stellar reviews here because there simply is nothing else. It's like every other... More
The Red lobster chain is always an easy choice for eating in a new town as the recipes are excellent. This location had friendly staff and were very patient with the two excited toddlers visiting with their mommies.
Me and my family love coming here the food is always great, and there Boston peach teas are to die for.. the only down fall to our experience was are server Eric..he was very slow with everything and acted like he didn't care about taking good care of us.. so if you want great food come here but make sure... More
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