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Boston Lobster Feast
I had the pleasure of visiting Boston Lobster Feast for the first time on my most recent trip to Orlando and I think we will be adding it to our ‘Places to Visit Every Time we are There’ list – it was excellent! Seafood fans will be in seventh heaven here with the All-You-Can-Eat format – the word ‘Feast’ is not in the name of the restaurant for nothing! For those who are not keen on seafood, but the rest of their party are, don’t worry, there are salads, chicken, burgers, pasta dishes, rice, vegetables and bread, so there should be something for everyone.
Before you find the restaurant you might notice, as you drive round Orlando, the cars that advertise it – they are little red cars with a huge red lobster on the top, and I mean HUGE.
We hadn’t made a reservation, but when we arrived we were shown to a table immediately, by a very friendly waiter who explained the set-up to us, got us our drinks and left a pile of plates on the table. He came back a little later with finger bowls and lots of paper napkins. It wasn’t long before we all picked up a plate and headed off for the buffet…..
There’s so much to choose from so a little bit of everything from the appetisers section went on my plate – prawns, sushi and salads of all varieties. After sampling all these delights, but being careful not to spoil my appetite for the main course, it was back to the buffet, with a clean plate from the stack on our table, to start the serious business of seafood and lobster eating! The sign on the counter where the lobsters were being served from said ‘Only one lobster per person, per visit to the counter’ (or something along those lines) but of course there is no limit to the number of visits you can make! You don’t just have to eat lobsters of course, but they are what the restaurant is known for ; you could have clams, crab, shrimp, cod, scallops and oysters to name but a few of the delights on offer. There was so much to choose from that after we had eaten our fill of all the delicious seafood, we had to have a rest before we could consider tackling the puddings! The selection here was not as big as the other sections of the restaurant, but it was all very nice, and freshly baked.
There are three restaurants in the Orlando area – one in front of the Florida Mall, one on International Drive and one on the 192. The opening hours are from 4pm – 10pm daily and the one near the Florida Mall opens from 2pm on Saturday and Sunday. Although you don’t have to make a reservation, they recommend that if you have a group of seven or more, then you should. It is certainly well worth a visit.
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