Traditional low country South Carolina fare...we do not eat fried but can praise the grilled and broiled seafood.
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We recently had dinner again at Lee's Inlet Kitchen and were not disappointed! The seafood is fresh, well-prepared, and delicious. My wife had the broiled seafood platter, and I had a fried platter. We both raved about the freshness and overall quality of the seafood....More
The place has been open since the 1940s and when you go you'll see why it's always crowded. Good, no nonsense food. Early bird specials too.
This is heavy, southern fried food that made my whole family ill. It’s not even good southern fried food because nothing is fresh or prepared well. I can not recommend anything since nothing we ordered was any good. I felt sick for two days. We...More
Tried this place on early on a Saturday night. Food was not impressive at all. The seafood was bland. The best 2 items were the strawberry cake, and the field peas with snaps. When a vegetable is the best thing at a meal, it's sad.
Our new favorite spot on the Grand Strand Food, Seafood combo, was out of this world! Taste n presentation was First Class n deserves another visit Mahi Mahi was fresh along with a large salad and the Hush Puppies are out of this world Our...More
This was recommended by our rental agency so we decided to try it! We had a party of 10 and only waited about 30 minutes. It’s a very pleasant place inside. Our waitress was lovely and the service was excellent. There are a lot of...More
Been here many times and have never had a bad meal. Highly recommend this gem. My wife had the grilled shrimp and I had the broiled Lee shore meal. We shared the items and both of us loved every bit of the meal.
We come down to Myrte Beach ever summer and the first place that we have dinner is LIK. The hush puppies are always delicious. The grilled seafood platter is cooked to perfection. Enjoy.
When a restaurant has been in business for 70 years in the same location and under the same family that opened it, that's impressive. Lee's is one of the very few remaining places that started the Murrells Inlet seafood tradition, and many people I know...More