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Posted by Mimi Winter on 01/18/2014
The fish was dried out and it was our fault not to send it back. Expensive meal for a diner like meal
Posted by Steve on 12/05/2013
Expensive and disappointing. I spent $23. For a dish that was suppose to be Mac nut on snapper, it was served with watered down sweet potato mash. It came with more breading than fish which I never got to taste, and where were those nuts? Also my partner had a seafood combo for the same price over noodles and the seafood was hard to find. I've ate here a few yrs back but it is disappointing compared to other good seafood places.
Posted by Ali Green on 05/19/2012
May 9 I attended a Vegan vs Seafood Cookoff at Snappers - 5 courses of both vegan & seafood with unlimited wine. Quite a deal at $50 including tax & tips for the wonderful waitresses. Such fun - we started with two soups - Lobster Bisque and a Vegan Medley - after each course they would hold up a carrot & and fish and you cheered for your favorite. They even ended with a vegan carrot cake vs a truly delicious NY style cheesecake (the winner). The regular menu is wonderful, too.
Posted by Ruthann Clark on 04/13/2012
We always eat at the bar and it's great. Some times just an appetizer and drinks, they are always pleasant and attentive. Never had a disappointing meal. I'd recommend it to friends.
Posted by Bexley on 05/01/2011
Snappers is a tried and true favorite in Boynton Beach. I"m always on a diet and wanted to eat light. My server suggested the Bamboo Steamer. One basket had lobster, halibut, crab and a fish filet, the top basket has all kinds of steamed vegetables. Light, filling and delicious
Posted by KVJ on 04/28/2011
First timers we are, FULL timers will be. Our experience was awesome! Not a long wait, great drink prices(all day long), fab dinner specials, and that planked halibut is to die for!
Posted by Dr. Risk on 03/05/2010
Went for a late lunch (1:30). We had the cedar planked halibut and the snappers platter. Halibut was delicious, hot, perfectly cooked. The snappers platter had some food-service breaded white fish—definitely NOT scrod—that with a little effort could rise to the level of completely tasteless. The shrimp were 71-80 per pound size, with at least that much breading stuck to it. The cocktail sauce and the tartar sauce were the best things on the plate. There were probably 16 people in the entire restaurant and it still took 90 minutes to have lunch. This place makes you yearn for a Woolworth’s luncheonette.