I don't know how the other reviewers can possibly rate this run-of-the-mill, franchise restaurant so high. The food (and I won't use the word seafood, because this food hasn't seen an ocean or lake in an eternity...) is so below average it is lost in the depths of apathy. The stuffed sole was an overcooked, soggy, tasteless and thoroughly unappetizing pile of recently unfrozen garbage. Crab cakes? You've got to be kidding... tasted like canned tuna fish held together with stale breadcrumbs. My "garden" salad consisted mainly of brown head lettuce with a miniscule amount of balsamic dressing. The caeser salad was just as bad. Broccoli mush and frozen carrots served as vegetables. The plates are gargantuan (I don't know how the servers can manage ~ it must be like lifting weights all night!) but it only means there is a biggar pile of slop to be disappointed by. The salt/pepper shakers are a joke ~ how Red Lobster expects seniors, or those with arthritic hands, to manage these ridiculous condiments completely baffles me. The Only redeeming feature were the small dinner buns, and the chicken appeared to be acceptable. By contrast, Maya the waitress was a ray of sunshine and certainly one of the best servers I've had the pleasure of meeting ~ the only redeeming feature in an otherwise wasted evening. They should pay their customers to eat there, and even then I wouldn't go back.