We had a late lunch here. The service was very good. The food, typical Red Lobster. I had the build your own lunch, shrimp scampi and fried scallops with a cup of clam chowder for a side. Chowder was plain but ok, rest was good....More
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Worth traveling a 1000 miles for the beer battered Walleye Pike fish dinner. Service is excellent. Always my first stop in Grand Forks.
Food was just so so. Nothing special for the price. Our group was not impressed at the unorganized kitchen and it was not really that busy. We would have had a better quality meal elsewhere in Grand Forks for less money.
For birthdays and anniversaries my wife and I try to go to Red Lobster to shrimp and lobster. The food is always amazing and the service as fast as the crowd allows. Most of the time there is a short wait due to the amount...More
had a nice meal with missus... we ordered drinks. I had old fashioned whiskey smashs.. they were actually pretty good. Missus ordered the Admiral's Feast.. when it came I almost cried for her.. it's 10 kinds of unrecognizable fish products all deep fat fried... it...More
Red Lobster is a great place to visit during Lent! However, I felt like the staff was in a hurry and not too worried about us. Our server rarely checked on us, and when asked for more Cheddar Bay Biscuits seemed put out. We also...More
We had come to do shopping and decided to spend the night so we dined at Red Lobster. We did have to wait for a table but we could have checked in online. The food was great and our server was wonderful and attentive. We...More