Lots to choose from on the buffet, everyone tried something they had never eaten before. Friendly servers
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Off-season, promptly greeted and seated, walk you past all the choices with a basket of warm hush puppies in hand. Think of it as a $50 per person experience assuming you only have a non-alcoholic beverage. That’s a lot of crab legs and fried food...More
This was my fiancé's first time at Myrtle Beach and I wanted it to be very special. I asked around to see where was the best place to eat. We did appreciate the selection of different seafood offered on the buffet- some good, some not...More
We looked at reviews and there were 4.5 stars, so we barged right up to the buffet and loaded up our plates. The ambience was typical buffet style, great for families and large groups. I first tried the fried bar. The heavy breading on everything...More
We are sorry for your experience, obviously you've not dined in our restaurant. We do not have she crab soup. We would love to see you in our buffet next time you're in mood of seafood. Thanks.
I took my Mrs and mother here while visiting Myrtle Beach, and only wish one was closer to Santee, the seafood selection was off the chain, great in everyway. I know that everytime I visit Myrtle Beach now, I will be diniing at Captain Benjamin's...More
There are lots of items to choose from, but most are fried which is not helpful for a GF person. The crab legs were good, but cold and you have to ask for real butter. By the time the butter came, we were done our...More
The plethora of items offered on the bar were more than I expected for a seafood restaurant. The food was delicious and the choices were excellent. The waitress was excellent and funny.
I had dinner Friday evening and was hoping to be pleasantly surprised again by another solid buffet in MB, unfortunately that was not the case... The neighboring buffet which we usually frequent which much fanfare was closed (not sure why on Friday)so we went off...More