Find out what Seafood restaurants to try in Orange. Orange is a city located in Orange County, California. It is approximately 3 miles (4.8 kilometers) north of the county seat, Santa Ana. Orange is unusual in this region because many of the homes in its Old Town District were built prior to 1920. While many other cities in the region demolished such houses in the 1960s, Orange decided to preserve them. The small city of Villa Park is surrounded by the city of Orange. The population was 139,812 as of 2014.
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4 based on 1850 reviews
Since 1996, Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. has been entertaining guests with a charming down-home style that's a hit with eaters around the globe. Our menu offers a number of items for the shrimp lover in all of us. Boasting creative seafood dishes inspired straig
Went here with my sister on our last day in Anaheim.Server was AMAZING, super helpful with me dealing with an allergy that can make ordering drinks hard.Food was delicious, best meal we had on vacation
4 based on 535 reviews
Blending classic techniques with adventurous Pacific Rim flavors, culinary pioneer Roy Yamaguchi created an entirely new approach to fine dining. The first Roy's opened in Honolulu in 1988 and we've spread our warm hospitality and passion for innovative a
Service was better than averageFood could have been good but EVERYTHING was covered with something, sauce, gravy, coconut scrapings, etc. Simpler would have been much better ... UNLESS they were hiding suboptimal quality. Maybe??
4 based on 100 reviews
Proudly serving the world's best seafood! We are a family owned and operated seafood restaurant offering a relaxed, family-friendly and top quality seafood dining experience. Our grandfather opened our first location in Newport Beach on the peninsula in 1
We have been going to the Crab Cooker in Newport Beach for 50 years. We were sorry to hear they had to rebuild the building and it was closed. We went to the one in Tustin. This one doesn't have quite the atmosphere and the food was not quite as good. That being said, the cracked crab was very sweet. the romano potatoes were very good. The coleslaw not very flavorful. Still a good place to get crab.
4 based on 101 reviews
Tangata Restaurant, located within the Bowers Museum campus on Main Street in Santa Ana, brings a newly updated dining space with a fresh, Pacific Rim-inspired menu. Bowers Museum, the largest art museum in Orange County, offers exhibitions, lectures, art
The Tangata Restaurant at the Bowers is a convenient place to take a meal when visiting the museum. The chef has done a nice job of assembling a menu of fresh dishes that are representative of meals I have had at other world-class museums. I enjoy sitting outside with a view of the courtyard while enjoying Sunday brunch or having a quick lunch when in the area. If visiting the museum, parking ($6) is validated when dining at Tangata.
5 based on 35 reviews
Stopped here today and ordered from a very reasonable priced lunch menu. The food was ok. Not the best but far from bad. I don't plan on returning. They offer a good spread and variety of food. The building is really fun and colorful. It's not bad and if you like seafood I would give it 4 stars. But regular Mexican dishes 3 stars.
4 based on 266 reviews
New location of the legendary Anaheim landmark specializing in fresh seafood, 28 day aged steaks, select tableside preparations, and a lounge designed to be the new home for Angels, Ducks, and concert fans serving 20 craft beers on tap and several gourmet
As we were escorted to our table we were able to admire fresh fish and beautiful cuts of steak. We were promptly seated and provided menus. Our waiter was informative, and dealt with several trips back and forth till we were ready to choose our food. There were some delays in our ultimate order placement, and from the appetizers to the entrees. This may have been impacted by a very large group seated some time after us. We decided to try both calamari appetizers and all enjoyed the dragon version, more mixed reviews on the standard breaded version. Some found the latter batter a bit heavy. There was a small cup of dip for this, could have been more generous to match the generous amount of calamari. Most of us tried the tasting menu with good success including a large ceviche portion, ceasar salads and good sized fish servings (sea bass, snapper) and a huge bowl of ciopinno. One person opted for steak which was another large portion. The lobster bisque was creamy though a bit of sweetness and unclear lobster input. My chopped salad was also quite generous and nicely dressed. Desserts were the flourless chocolate cake, also sizeable servings and a small creme brulee with fresh berries. Wine list was decent depth, though mostly higher price range. Overall a good, not amazing experience.Napalovers,Thank you for taking the time to share your experience with us. We enjoy the positive reviews as well as any honest feedback that we can get, as it allows us to continually improve our guestâs experience. Thank you again, we hope to enjoy your company again soon!
4 based on 226 reviews
NOTE: We're doing major renovations that will require us to close the restaurant from July 18 through July 29. We're sorry if this causes you any convenience. Chef driven, ingredient driven affordable small plates and craft cocktails and beers. A young an
Last night at Playground 2.0 was one incredibly exciting food and wine pairing adventure! Master Chef Jason Quinn is a creative genius. Such fresh, beautiful, some exotic, carefully selected vegetables, expressed as vegetables, nothing hidden, prepared with more of the freshest, most delightful ingredients that make me feel with each bite, like Iâm in heaven - no kidding! Each of the 12-14 dishes had such a variety of taste, texture, heat, salt, acid, sweet, spice, umami, crunch, and smoothness. A totally heavenly experience from beginning to end!
4 based on 214 reviews
After being away for over a year, we had high hopes. Upon entering, we were pleasantly pleased with the recent remodel. The restaurant looked fantastic. Nicely done. That said, the meal itself was horrible. We ordered the Kings seafood combo. The plate was over priced and even worse was the skimpy serving and quality. Fish was so greasy, we got sick. Fries were soggy. We should have complained immediately The only thing that saved the meal was the dessert which was good.
4 based on 207 reviews
I enjoyed Icelandic cod and it was fantastic. It was prepared well and flavorful. Service was excellent all around. The ambiance was fine - nothing amazing, and not bad. I would say that it did not feel like a mall restaurant, however. It was much nicer than what is typical. Enjoy!
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