Reviews on Seafood food in Round Rock, Texas, United States. Round Rock is a city in the U.S. state of Texas, in Williamson County (with a small part in Travis), which is a part of the Greater Austin, Texas metropolitan area. The population was 99,887 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Round Rock
3 based on 131 reviews
Joe's Crab Shack brings fresh seafood, authentic flavors and Southern coastal flair to locations all across America. Joe's menu features crab, fish, lobster, mussels, clams and shrimp.
We stayed in the Marriott which was in walking distance from the restaurant.I went in there for lunch every day for about three weeks. Food is great. Friendly staff!
4 based on 61 reviews
Atmosphere not very nice, kind of dark and dreary, hard wooden seats, did not give me a warm and homey feeling.Service good, but not great, waiter made a few mistakes in order, nothing serious, but perhaps stemmed from fact he did not write things down, so for eg., my shrimp became scallops. (which were delicious, so not all that big an issue).Food good all around, but not plated in an attractive way, and nothing made any of the 4 of us say we MUST come back again.Cheddar biscuits a highlight, and the desserts were also very good.Thank you for giving the Round Rock Red Lobster 4 stars, we look forward to giving you a 5 star experience next time.
4 based on 100 reviews
Keep Austin Weird? It doesnât get any weirder than this joint (I can say that, weâre relatedâ¦). Two patios are better than one, so take your pick. The bar opens up onto one that sports live music every Thursday night, weather permitting
Hostess was great...personable and smiling. Server Rachel was great...knowledgeable, personable, friendly, efficient. We had Boudin Balls (unique and yummy with 2 different dipping sauces), Stuffed Shrimp (8 of them, delicious in an iron skillet) and Jambalaya Pasta (lots of pasta that couldâve used more Jambalaya) but was nonetheless good. Decor is very Cajun oriented and a lot of fun. Music was far too loud. Weâll definitely be back!Hi -Thanks for your review! We are so happy to hear that you enjoyed your visit with us and Rachel's service - we'll be sure to pass along your praise. We look forward to seeing you again in the future!
4 based on 163 reviews
My sister and brother-in-law brought me here. It was crowded and a 10-15 minute wait on a Friday night which hinted this is a popular local establishment. I cannot remember my exact choice of food, however, I do recall that I had raw oysters as an appetizer, and later fried breaded oysters and shrimp, all washed down with a couple of glasses of draft beer. Yummy!!!
4 based on 202 reviews
This is some of the best Cajun food west of Louisiana that I have ever tasted. It only seems right since the owners brought their folks recipes with them from Louisiana. I had Crawfish ÃtouffÃ©e and my wife enjoyed the Catfish ÃtouffÃ©e, both had the same delicious roux base that was not too spicy but they had spices on the table for those who like to burn their innards. The crawfish were tender and tasted fresh although I am not sure if it is mudbug season or not. The catfish was fried just right so that they were still moist. The only disappointment was the bread before the meal, it felt like it had been sitting out too long (good thing because we werenât too full to enjoy our entrees). Kelly was such a pleasure and move from table to table striking up friendly chatter that we thought she had to be from the bayou but we were wrong, she was a Texan. Now on our radar for nights out.
4 based on 293 reviews
This place has it all! We really enjoyed the $5 kettle chips w/blue cheese drizzle. Our server Carla recommended great cocktails, they were divine. The caesar salad was crisp and fresh, could have used more anchovies. Gumbo was approved by my uncle who is from Louisiana. Crab fried rice needed more crab. Oysters were just ok for me- I prefer Washington State or Tomales Bay Oysters.
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.