For someone who doesn't like seafood, I sure loved the food! Besides from not eating what they specialize in. The place was packed and they are fully booked every single night. You will definitely need to reserve a table a head of time. I would say at least 1-2 weeks in advance. Especially if you are planning a special event, then I suggest you book as soon as you can. Don't wait last minute.
They are known for their lobsters, crabs and combo sets. The price for all the seafood are based on a per pound basis. They bring you your lobster, crabs, fish, etc. to show you for your approval and then they will try to upsell you to a bigger one for a few more dollars. They try to upsell on almost everything. We ordered steam fish and they sold us one at $33/pound. The garlic diced beef and fried eel were so delicious that I could have asked for seconds and maybe another bowl of rice. Before our main course arrived, our shark fin soup came out. To my surprise, every single person had a large bowl of soup. The soup was so filling that even if I wanted to eat more of the main dishes, I couldn't. I was stuffed. For 6 dishes, it cost approximately $300.
If you LOVE seafood and you think Red Lobster is good and don't mind spending a lot of money, then this is the place to go. Even though I don't eat seafood, I will definitely come back. This is a place I would definitely recommend if you love seafood.
Sabrina Wong, Sales Representative
Century 21 Atria Realty Inc., Brokerage