Boston Lobster Feast?

Discussion in 'Orlando Hotels and Attractions' started by Skjhjb, Aug 26, 2012.

  1. Skjhjb

    Skjhjb Mouseketeer

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    Anybody been to this seafood buffet?

    Can you tell me the cost per person? It isn't on their site...and I fear the idea of just showing up with 5 people to feed! LOL
     
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  3. powellrj

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    We were there in June and I want to say its around $35 a person after 6pm and around $30 before 6pm, plus if you sign-up on their website for coupons, you get lots of them!

    You will get different answers as to weather its good or not. Its not fancy and the lobster is small, but we live in Indiana so we don't have access to great seafood to know the difference. When you have teens, we have always felt like we have gotten our monies worth. They can eat their weight in lobster alone! We have always gone for the earlybird special and its busy enough that the food doesn't sit for long.
     
  4. North of Mouse

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    Yes, and we won't be back. The lobsters were small, dry, and they waited "long" to put fresh ones out. They put so few out at a time that it's emptied instantly, then they make you wait, hoping you will fill up on salads, veggies, and just leave! :headache:

    It's been a few years so I don't know the current price (call them). We didn't enjoy the meal and it definitely wasn't worth the $$'s. We very much love lobsters, but these were pretty tasteless :(
     
  5. perrinej

    perrinej Earning My Ears

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    My daughter and I have eaten there twice. We have may it our annual 1st meal of vacation. After arriving in Orlando and renting our car, we drive there 1st for a big meal. After traveling we always seem to be very hunger. Then head to our hotel at downtown disney. They have everything you could want in the way of seafood. Hopefully planning another trip next summer and hope to eat there again!!! :thumbsup2
     
  6. Art 1

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    Don't waste your time.
     
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  8. BonnieA

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    It wasn't as bad as the other place with unlimited lobster. Can't remember the name, maybe Angels. I had about 3 lobsters. I'm sure they are much better anywhere else. But they were edible. Don't plan on returning, it wasn't that good.
    Seems like all the lobsters were handicapped, only one claw.
     
  9. 2BoysMom

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    It's a ritual for us, we go every trip to Orlando. I have signed up for the e-mail coupons and they help quite a bit with the price. Unlike others, we do think it is worth it. We also go around 4-4:30pm, before the crowds and I have never waited for a lobster ever or ever had a dry one. I just got a coupon last Friday, and it is for $5.00 off each adult meal. ( I can't swear to this, but I think with the coupon we pay about $27 per meal. That's just an approximation.)

    I have three small children who don't eat seafood (other then fishsticks!), so they usually just get pasta, and my husband and I have the lobster meal. My DH also enjoys the prime rib they serve as well.
     

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