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Anything here worth a damn?
you already know the answer.
Actually stupid easy to make at home. It took me years to actually start making good food despite cooking regularly the entire time, and I still managed to get these right the very first time. Might honestly be the first good food I ever made myself even.
It's a great place to go people watching on a Sunday afternoon.
i'm thinking about those biscuits
one of everything
More like three of everything. Looks like the same few meals repeating.
they are kinda like KFC in that they're not even capable of making their main products anymore
My nearby lobster is great. I loved getting the Bar-Harbor (a bunch of mussels and clams on a bed of pasta) - but eventually over time it became less meat and more noodle.
These days I'll stop by for the Admiral's Feast. The best drink on the menu is the lobster punch by far. I get one of those or a lager.
>Bar-Harbor (a bunch of mussels and clams on a bed of pasta)
That caught my eye while I was looking at the menu but $40.99 for a plate of pasta's a hard sell. Admiral's feast looks good but so does this because I can get some shrimp alfredo on it.
Bar Harbor is also a solid choice
In my country lobsters are considered weapons and are forbidden at the table
>worked at Red Lobster for 2 years
What's good there besides the biscuits?
Salmon New Orleans
How dirty was the kitchen? Anyone ever fuck in the walk-in?
Equipment was clean enough but it was only my 2nd high volume kitchen gig, floors / floor drains were a mess, constantly staring in 4 inches of water, got a lil bit of trench foot. No pests though.
What's the most shrimp you ever saw eaten in one go
gosh anon you should really have a proper transparency of that pic for future postings
One golden rule about sæfood places is they low key have the best tendies. Because they're the ones with the best batter and with the proper ninja frycooks who sling out metric tons of fried shremp, clams, scallops every 90 seconds all day long.
Granted, it's better at a proper clam shack or whatever but this holds true even for chains like Red Lobster. You may go wrong from time to time in terms of freshness of the sæfood you get, but you'll never had a bad tendie.
they come frozen in a box and the fry cooks are usually freshly promoted dishwashers
Does everything fried there come pre-breaded and frozen?
Weirdly enough the only things breaded/battered to order were the fried flounder/haddock and the chili ginger shrimp
A $50 case of the runs.
This is going to sound really weird, but when I go to Red Lobster I always get.....a lobster.
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