Find out what American restaurants to try in Indian Beach. Indian Beach is a town in Carteret County, North Carolina, United States. The population was 112 as of the 2010 census.
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4 based on 62 reviews
We ate dinner three times while in town. First two experience for wonderful. We had sea food, was fresh, served fast. Bread was fresh, drinks cold and fast. Third time we ordered the prime rib on the waitress recommendation. The meat was very fatty and did not have much taste.
4 based on 244 reviews
Went for dinner on Saturday night. It was early so the restaurant wasn't too busy yet. Love the live music by saxophonist. They also have a piano and sometimes have live pianist.Bread basket appears to homemade. Buttered with parmesean sprinkled on top. Ordered filet mignon medium well temperature, came with 3 red potatoes. Not sure if it also came with a green, but wanted salad and charged $5 for a house salad. Steak was cooked medium well, seasoned and tender. $30 plus $5 for salad. Also got shrimp and grits. Plated beautifully in a bowl with bacon. Shrimp cooked to Perfection, grits in a nice firm cake with fresh mushrooms and herbs. An alfredo sauce covers a dish. $20Also got macaroni and cheese small plate. It's homemade with bechamel sauce and melted cheese on top in a skillet. It was okay but I would prefer a little bit of kick like some black pepper or maybe pepper jack cheese. Pasta shape was rigatoni, would prefer actual macaroni. Pasta shapes are smaller than rigatoni and easier to scoop up with a spoon. There's just a flavor layer missing to my palate. $11Two entrees, one small plate, and a soda was $75 including tax.
4 based on 332 reviews
Waitress was helpful in picking out martinis to try. Started with fire cracker shrimp and a wedge salad. Filet mignon special was cooked very well and was tasty - served over shrimp and mashed potatoes with asparagus substituted in place of another veggie. Cold water lobster tail was a good size and well prepared. The restaurant is willing to make substitutions and has gluten free options, or will accommodate changes to make a dish gluten free. This restaurant opens at 5pm (there were people waiting for it to open - us included because they did not take reservations) by 6pm every seat was taken with people waiting to be seated.
4 based on 289 reviews
Focusing on providing guests with a great dining experience is what we do. Using some of the best ingredients from local providers, Circa 81 takes pride in offering a farm / sea to table menu as much as possible, supporting local fishermen and farmers. Ci
The food is great here unfortunately the energy in the restaurant is off. The hostess is on the night we went was disinterested and even though there were only 3 other couples in the restaurant she went to seat us in the worst seats near the kitchen door. Our waiter seemed to be in a rush to finish his night. We have gone to this restaurants many times over the years and this time will be our last.We are so sorry to hear that! We would love the opportunity to address your concerns directly and learn more about your visit to ensure our staff has the information needed to improve- please contact us directly at [email protected] We do feel this is very unusual and not the norm, so we would love the opportunity to earn you back as a valued patron and ensure your concerns are addressed. Thank you for your time and feedback.
3 based on 26 reviews
This business is now closed and has been sold to a new owner and will be opening soon with a new name and food
This turned out to be a little gem. Small but clean with white tablecloths which gave it a nice feel. I knew I wasn't dining at Jackie's but instead was looking for a small, quick place to get a good meal. The waitress was fun -- joking and kidding with us and with the table behind us. Once nice little touch was a cheese spread with crackers for starters (at no charge!). The salad was what I was hoping for: not "bagged" lettuce thrown in a bowl, but a real, live fresh salad. I opted for fried shrimp and chose to "upgrade" my potato to the "house" twice baked. We even ordered dessert which was yummy. If you're looking for upscale, fine dining, don't go. If you're looking to take your family, eat a good meal in a nice little family restaurant at a good price, go. The only thing that could have been better was the wait time to get our check ... we noticed there is no cash register and our waitress adding the check up herself. We will return ...
3 based on 50 reviews
Stayed two (2) nights .Fantastic location right on the beachThe hotel is being renovated, the rooms are comfortable and clean, all rooms have spectacular views overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.The beach in front is first class.Good staffWe where there during peak season and had not pre booked hence the rate we paid was âfully priced â.The restaurant is terrible. The food ( only tried dinner) was the worst example of cheap nasty ingredients .The special steak ( meant to be premium rib eye) was tenderised thin cut gristle. The crab cakes were obviously frozen and generic mass produced .Summary Really good holiday accommodation.Terrible restaurant that lets the side download.
3 based on 182 reviews
Stayed in hotel ( hotel accommodation was good).The restaurant is terrible!!!!âThe ingredients used are sub standard.Tried the special rib eye. Thin cut tenderised grizzly meat . Ordered the steak to be cooked rare , it arrived fully cooked - Terrible!!!!The crab cakes were obviously frozen and sub standard.Limited menu.These guys need to up their standards, holiday makers need to be offered better quality. Epic fail!!!!!
4 based on 39 reviews
Ate at Frank's last night. Typical great service followed by great food. The pizza is thin crust with excellent sauce and cheese. The other specialties are just as good. I had the lasagna. Chunks of sausage, gooey cheese, and great tomato sauce! With a very fresh salad and and a loaf of hot garlic bread! Tremendous!
3 based on 186 reviews
A casual dining restaurant with a panoramic view of beautiful Bogue Sound! Located in the HEART of Salter Path, NC. We offer a mouth-watering menu adorned with certified angus beef, fresh local seafood, traditional Salter Path dishes, and many Port of Cal
Fried Lobster is what my wife loves. We ate last night, I always get pasta Alfredo cause I'm not a big seafood guy. Their steak is ok,but a salad and Alfredo are much cheaper and filling. Beautiful views of the sound, nice folks, good bar, quite popular in the season. Try it if you are at the beach. Bob Ross
4 based on 732 reviews
The Crab Shack Restaurant is a family owned business serving patrons since 1976. Our menu consists of all types of seafood including fish, shrimp, homemade crab cakes and of course... CRABS! We also have the best steaks on the island! Sandwiches include h
For good eastern southern fried seafood, you cannot beat this place. Great service and it is fast. Reservations not accepted but they do take out,. Shrimp burger is my favorite along with their hush puppies
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