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Red Lobster

Red Lobster

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3.8 Google Review
20 Dundas St W, Toronto, Ontario, M5G 2C2, Canada
(416) 348-8938 www.redlobster.com
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Apr 6, 2018
The food was better than I expected. We ordered Lobster Shrimp & Salmon and Sweet chili shrimp, the total was 47$. We also ordered the complimentary biscuits twice and they didnt charge us for that. For Toronto standards, it was actually really good in terms of price/performance. I am definitely going to come here again. However, I have to mention an irony, out of everything we ate, their lobster ranked the last spot personally :) Everything else was great!

Feb 14, 2018
Went on Valentine's Day no reservations. As patrons we planned ahead to make sure we didn't get caught in the rush. Our server Mike was great and so was the manager David. They had to deal with a lot since it was valentines day and were calm and cool and collected. We always have great experiences here.

May 7, 2018
I had been warmly welcomed in this restaurant. The food was excellent, waiters were eager to give sound advice regarding different menu options. I definitely recommend this restaurant, though prices are a bit more expensive than average.

Feb 11, 2018
Good was delicious! I went on a really busy night, so unfortunately, food took longer than anticipated. Our waitress was very attentive and did the best she could to get our orders in a timely manner. I really appreciated that attention to customer service despite being filled to capacity that evening.

Feb 16, 2018
Honestly red lobster is over priced microwave seafood at a premium restaurant price. It is never worth it. I would never go to a red lobster again when I can go to an actually decent restaurant for the same price. Please do yourself and your family a favour and don't support this place. Go somewhere actually good. You deserve it.

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Opening Hours

Mon:11 am - 10 pm
Tue:11 am - 10 pm
Wed:11 am - 10 pm
Thu:11 am - 10 pm
Fri:11 am - 11 pm Open Today
Sat:11 am - 11 pm

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