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March 20, 2007
From journal Dissatisfied Seafood
Smithtown, New York
January 24, 2007
From journal Disney Vacation
February 2, 2006
From journal Disney & Orlando Dining
April 3, 2005
Located at the Holiday Inn Nikki Bird, Angel’s Seafood Buffet is one of my all-time favorite places to indulge. It is obvious that the other people in the area feel the same, because the line of people waiting to get into Angel’s was very long. There is an early-bird special of $20 from 4 to 6pm, then it’s $27 after 6pm. If you look in the travel-discount books, you can find coupons for $3 off the regular price.
There is nothing worse than a buffet that has cold, soggy food that has sat around for hours - this was nothing like that! The turn-around was so great that everything was hot and fresh.
And what was on the buffet you may ask - all of the good stuff! There was whole lobster, crab legs, prime rib, scallops, shrimp prepared in several ways, a variety of potatoes, salads, sushi, soups, and even hot dogs for the kids. Don’t forget dessert, which included pies (the pecan one was great), cookies, and ice cream.
You can only have one lobster per trip to the food bar, but careful placement of the food on your plate can really provide enough of the favorites from one trip, though you can wait in the line for as many trips as you please. The food is great, so getting your money's worth is effortless!
If you happen to get Gary for a waiter, you will be doubly blessed. He will go out of his way to be helpful.
The decor of the Angel’s Seafood buffet is "doo-wop," with mirrors and neon statues of the Blues Brothers, Marilyn Monroe, James Dean, and other stars. It is not a fancy place, but there is nowhere I have found where so many fantastic foods can be found to be so delicious at such a reasonable price.
From journal A Penny-pincher's Orlando Vacaction!
Somewhere, South Carolina
December 21, 2004
The other items on the buffet are pretty good, typical seafood entrées and pastas. We've been here multiple times, and each time the crab legs haven't been worth trying. When you do plan to go here for dinner, try to avoid times between 5 and 7pm. Those seem like the busiest times. We've been there as early as 4pm, and it's busy because they offer coupon discounts for seating before 6pm.
From journal Got to Love Orlando
February 22, 2004
From journal Florida Vacation
July 8, 2003
From journal Week-It
October 26, 2002
From journal Fun in the Sun
September 4, 2002
From journal Fun in Florida