Went to red lobster a couple weeks ago and saw a new name on the manager board outside. Asked waitress about it and she was vague in her explanation and said something about old manager was on hospital leave. I said no more. The food was some of the worst I have ever been served in this restaurant. Biscuits undercooked, flounder bland and undercooked, fried shrimp up to their usual fine standard but shrimp scampi was a different story. 2 shrimp didn't have tails and one was no bigger than a salad shrimp. All were in an almost dry container with very little sauce in it. The salad was very good when compared to the salads when Darden owned the company. Service could have been better if servers were allowed to do their work instead of lunchtime business meeting with manager. I wanted to try it again to see if the last time was a fluke or the new norm. Got same waitress as last time and ordered the same meal. Salad was still good but lacked enough onion (that seems to be a Utah thing). Biscuits were cooked a little longer and very good. Fried shrimp were the usual high standard but flounder looked like a smaller portion than usual but well prepared. Side of rice was smaller but still adequate. Shrimp scampi were in a bowl so dry that the edge of what had been a little sauce was burned black. 5 shrimp that appeared to be around 50-60 shrimp. Wife had usual tacos that had better shrimp than my scampi but a lot less sauce than the other 20 to 30 times she has ordered them. I stopped coming here for fried fish some time ago and would never order their chowder again as it does not even approach acceptable to us. I think lobster is the most over-rated bug in the world and would never trade it for a good dunginess crab. I say this after living on an ocean going boat for 21 years and eating almost anything that grows in the Atlantic, pacific and caribbean oceans. I will probably go back as I know of no other place to get shrimp scampi in area. If it falls in quality any further, I will be forced to make it for myself.