My husband and I went to try out ricks seafood. We were very disappointed with the food, lobster tail tasted ammonia, and the New England clam chowder was watery.
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It looks more like a fish market than a restaurant. However, the food is incredible. Make a reservation! There are not many tables, they fill up and stay filled up. I have yet to try a meal that I didn't love.
Rick's is a lovely restaurant. The servers, there were only two, are the hardest worker's I've ever seen and they couldn't have been nicer. Seafood was fresh and portions generous. If you're in the area stop by, you won't be disappointed!
Had a craving for oysters and Rick's "did not disappoint' !! Half dozen served w/cocktail sauce, on a bed of ice - nice & fresh.. yumm !! Other items ordered to go, sea scallops wrapped in bacon tasted great, but the scallop size was rather...More
Small place and when you come in they have these curtains like you are going to see a fortune teller. The best thing is that you can bring your own wine with you to dinner. The menu is mostly fish but the do have steak/chicken.
I just LOVE Rick's seafood. My friend and I share a meal there every time I'm in town visiting. Quaint little place...just make reservations first! It's a deli by day, and a restaurant by night. I have NEVER been disappointed!!
What better place to celebrate my father Rick's birthday then Ricks Seafood!!! At first we were a little concerned based strictly in how the place looked. Glad we didn't judge a book by it cover!! The food was amazing!! My sister and I both had...More