The waiter serving my table was really nice and kind.
Food was great.
Came in for my birthday and the service was excellent! However, the food wasn’t as great as I remembered and they stopped giving free birthday desserts.
Tried the restaurant week menu, the food was amazing!
The surroundings and food were good, but very pricey.
Enjoyed eating dinner here during Restaurant Week. The portions were generous and three courses were offered for $28!
Friendly staff. Kid friendly also
There were four of us celebrating my wife’s birthday. The waite staff was friendly and helpful. The atmosphere was cozy and vintage, which I like, as I’ve been here on many occasions throughout the years. However, this time, several of the food dishes were under cooked. The flounder was not cooked through and, although they did replace it, it wasn’t out until the main meal was mostly over. The acorn squash on the lobster dish was undercooked. The red skin potatoes on three of our dishs were under cooked. We didn’t complain because, after all, it was just veggies, but still. While ordering the fresh perch dish with fries, I mentioned to our waiter that I have a severe shrimp allergy. He said the fries are fried in the same oil as the shrimp. Fries should never be fried in fish or shrimp oil. That said, the perch and lobster were very good tasting. I thought the perch where on the very small side (really bite-sized) for the money. The New York-style Cheesecake was excellent. The alchoholic drinks were pricey. The waiter did keep our (water) glasses and bread basket full.
Our favorite restaurant in Michigan. Miso Chilean Sea Bass is exceptional, as are the crispy Brussels sprouts. Andrew is a great waiter.
As usual the food the service and the ambience were exceptional!
I took my girlfriend here for her birthday, and reserved through Open Table. Presumably, Real Seafood had access to the details of that reservation and should have known it was her birthday. Our server (more on her later) clearly had no idea of this, and I believe the only reason she learned is because I asked about their birthday discount (great discount by the way - look it up). In any case, our server was in training/just out of it, and seemed to have a very difficult time. That's cool, I was there once too, but I would hope with an occasion for 2 for a birthday, a restaurant would make more of an effort to give us a more competent dining experience. On that note, when I served at Red Lobster, there's no way we would have had a server with her amount of training out on the floor - it makes me wonder about their training process. But that's neither here nor there.
Regarding the food. It was good. It wasn't great, and had I not had a tremendous discount on it, I would have been upset paying ~$40 a plate for that stuff. The flounder was bland, and the chicken overcooked severely. The shrimp they have down though.