When asked a local for a lunch recommendation, The Lost Roo was first on the list. Doesn't open til 11:30 M-F. Steamed clams were best ever as reported by my daughter. The jumbo gumbo was New Orleans at its best!
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We went in for a casual dinner and to watch football. We were pleasantly surprised at the quality of food in this little beach town! We started with the steamer clams, a generous 2 pound dish with amazingly tasty broth. The seafood chowder is delicious!...More
Food was typical nothing extraordinary or outstanding. Prices were a little high for the quality served.
We were pleasantly surprised to find good food at a sports bar. There was a delicious seafood stew with FRESH seafood! The menu was interesting. We will go back.
The silly name is a distraction, but the food and atmosphere are good. The restaurant is large, we sat on the enclosed verandah.to take advantage of the sunny autumn day. The food and service were great, and there were many appealing choices on the menu.
Happened upon this place as it was the only place we found open. What a pleasant surprise. We had nachos for our appetizer, and each had a burger for our meals. The nachos were divine! Loaded with delicious toppings. Burgers were seasoned well and not...More
We were looking for a nice dinner out in Long Beach and were planning to go to the Adrift hotel's restaurant, but review of the service there steered us away and we found the Lost Roo. Not exactly quaint or beachy feeling, but the service...More
We love coming to the Roo when in Long Beach. They have the best open faced crab sandwich. It comes with a small salad and it is the perfect combo. Service is spot on and they have lots of of big screens for the big...More
Delicious Poached Peel'n'Eat Prawns and Amber Ale Steamers. Kids meals are great value and portions. Although this is a popular place the seating is plentiful including a covered patio area. The quality of the food was quite surprising considering the turnover of diners. The cocktails...More