With a bad experience at the Rolling Crab about 30 minutes prior to coming here, they met our expectations. The staff was very friendly and courteous as soon as we walked in. We were seated and asked what we would like to have for drinks all within five minutes of walking in the door. We both had the snow crab legs (about 3 clusters of legs and claws per order) and were not disappointed. We both had tea as our drink, mine was a blackberry tea, and hers was a half sweet and half unsweet that was mixed perfectly; we each received a full glass and our own personal pitchers of tea. The staff constantly came to check if everything was to our liking and if we needed anything at all. The salad bar and soup bar were good as well, the rolls and mini corn bread muffins were very good too. Definitely worth trying and coming back to.
I ate here once before and couldn't remember why I decided to never go back... until today. I hate to say anything bad because the waitresses were very nice and did give their full attention. The entire staff looked kind of dirty, a little trailer parkish I guess. Not a huge deal. Then the cook walks out from the back having just finished our food I assume. His pants down to his knees, bearded and looking twice as dirty as the waitresses. After ignoring all the warning signs we eat. I ordered the sea food platter which I believe was the most expensive single meal on the menu. Musty be good. No. With the exception of 3 pieces of shrimp in a tiny dip cup, the entire platter was fried. Shittier than that, it all seemed like it had been freezer burned or something weird going on. The one good thing without a doubt was the fried pickles. I actually boxed them up and took em home. The wife just found a hair in them. Undoubtedly the cook's hair based on the ethnicity. Sadly, the one good bit of food at this restaurant was ruined by hair. Never again. Hopefully this time I remember why.
The only thing good about the restaurant was the vidalia onion salad dressing. The crabcakes were the most bizarre thing I've ever seen. They looked like potato sticks mixed with imitation crab meat. The restaurant is packed on Sundays, so maybe I had the wrong thing, but I won't venture back to find out.