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December 13, 2008
Raleigh, North Carolina
February 17, 2004
The food was excellent. On the appetizer menu, we saw the strangest appetizer listed that we'd ever seen -- croissants! But when one came with our salad (and a very delicious salad it was too, with toasted almonds, chopped egg, bacon, etc.), we quickly discovered why. The croissant was the best this side of the Atlantic. It was steaming hot, buttery, and almost floated off the plate. It literally melted in our mouths! The seafood selections were also varied and well above the seafood buffet variety so favored at the beach. The catfish was succulently prepared. The only disappointment was that the oysters Rockefeller was unevenly cooked – some portions were tender and juicy and other portions were rubbery. But overall it didn't ruin our enjoyment of this restaurant.
From journal Myrtle Beach in February
January 6, 2003
From journal Quiet week at the beach