Every time we come to Longmont we take my mother to Red Lobster, as she loves fish, crab and lobster and does not have much opportunity to go out for such. We have been happy with the service and for the most part the food at the Longmont location. We have tried a variety of lunch plates, salads and soups and the food has been fresh and well flavored, with no complaints. Service at this location is friendly, welcoming, and works with the customer to put together lunch combos or "add ons" to create exactly the meal that the customer wants (and at the lowest expense). That brings me to my big disappointment with Red Lobster, and that is how expensive many of the dishes have become, and how small some of the portions are (such as the flounder lunch plate - the fish is minuscule). Current pricing is making us rethink our "every time in Longmont" visits to the Lobster, and moving us to consider independent restaurants such as Tortuga (not inexpensive but much more innovative and much less processed). Oh, but how I would miss those cheese biscuits! In any case, for food and service I'd give the Lobster a 4, but the score goes down to a 3 when taking price and portion size into consideration.
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