? about Boston Lobster Feast/kids

Discussion in 'Orlando Hotels and Attractions' started by MouseLover, Feb 15, 2008.

  1. MouseLover

    MouseLover DIS Veteran

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    We're planning to eat at Boston Lobster Feast one night during our trip next month. My daughter is not big on seafood, so I don't want to pay $30 for her to eat. Does anyone know how much the child's buffet is? Or do they have a children's menu you can order from?
     
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  3. teacup317

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    Mouselover - where is the Boston Lobster Feast held? :goodvibes
     
  4. MouseLover

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    Boston Lobster Feast is a lobster/seafood buffet in Orlando. I think there are a couple of locations. Check out bostonlobsterfeast.com for more info.
    They list a children's selections on there, but it is unclear if that is items on the buffet, or a separate menu, and no prices are given.
     
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    Thank you...I thought this restaurant may be "on-site" and I had missed it. We'll be at WDW in May for my DH's 60th. Hope you have a nice trip. :flower3:
     
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    we ate at the the one on Irlo Bronson Hwy. the kids price was $10.99 if I remember correctly. Anyway, It was ok, but that's the best I can say. They had all you can eat lobster and crab legs. But their other foods were not that great. It appeared to be frozen, and heated up to serve, I could be wrong about that, but that's how it appeared to me. And the atmosphere is better at any given fast food place in my opinion. I would compare the dining room to a hole-in-the-wall, mom-pop type restaurant. Certainly wasn't worth our $30 per person. I would have much rather spent that on another nice meal at WDW.
     
  7. MouseLover

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    I don't remember which location we ate at, but the atmosphere reminded me of really crowded Shoney's. Some of the buffet items were not great, but the crab legs and lobster were great, and that's why we're going there.
     

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