Lee's Inlet Kitchen - American Type Restaurant in Murrells Inlet with 68 reviews

Lee's Inlet Kitchen

American Restaurant in Murrells Inlet

 
Lee's Inlet Kitchen
Rated: 4.2 out of 5 with 68 Reviews

No description has been submitted for this restaurant.


Lee's Inlet Kitchen
4460 Hwy 17 Business
Murrells Inlet
843-651-2881
Hours: N/A
There are currently 68 user submitted reviews for this restaurant.

Reviews of Lee's Inlet Kitchen

Food:
 
Service:
 
Atmosphere:
 
Value:
 
Seating:
 
Noise:
 
Lee's Inlet Kitchen
Posted: Jul 09th, 2013 at 2:24 pm
From: Hampton, VA
By: trm


Avg. Rating:4.7
This place is wonderful. It's nothing fancy and does not pretend to be one of those glitzy places that serves mediocre food and is super loud. We've been to Lee's several times over several years and it's always been delicious. The hush puppies are so good - the kids always gobble them up. The crab soup is delicious. It's dense and sweet without being gloppy - we always get it. Go for the great food, great service, and you'll return next year.
ref: 26814
Review Separator

Food:
 
Service:
 
Atmosphere:
 
Value:
 
Seating:
 
Noise:
 
Lee's Inlet Kitchen
Posted: Oct 21st, 2012 at 5:07 pm
From: Monticello, NY
By: kah


Avg. Rating:5
Read about in local Sun Times. Checked out on line and rated #1 by local TV Station with 64 years of one family ownership. Had to check out. We're way up in North North Myrtle. Took 45 minutes to get there.Arrived there before 6 and got drinks for only $5.00. Had She Crab soup and comb seafood platter. Wife had steak special. Told bill was under $50. Good value and Great food. Kirkland Harris, Monticello, NY
ref: 26104
Review Separator

Food:
 
Service:
 
Atmosphere:
 
Value:
 
Seating:
 
Noise:
 
Lee's Inlet Kitchen
Posted: Jul 13th, 2012 at 11:21 am
From: Kings Mountain, NC
By: mj


Avg. Rating:4.8
Enjoyed again this year.
ref: 25561
Review Separator

Food:
 
Service:
 
Atmosphere:
 
Value:
 
Seating:
 
Noise:
 
Lee's Inlet Kitchen
Posted: May 08th, 2012 at 12:00 am
From: Charleston, S.C.
By: hlf


Avg. Rating:4.2
First time trying this restaurant, and will most likely give them a second chance. The $14.95 special wasn't the worst for the money, but at least put some crab in the crabcake, and cut out that butterfly look of shrimp. Put just plain old delicious shrimp on the plate. The fried flounder was very good.When I drive up to Myrtle Beach from Charleston to have dinner, I'd like to say, my trip was worthwhile.The best of luck to you LEE'S KITCHEN in these hard economical times. We all need to be satisfied when we get a chance to leave our own kitchens.
ref: 25078
Review Separator

Food:
 
Service:
 
Atmosphere:
 
Value:
 
Seating:
 
Noise:
 
Lee's Inlet Kitchen
Posted: Aug 15th, 2011 at 11:52 am
From: Talcott, WV
By: r b h


Avg. Rating:5
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the great service and meal we received on Sat. August 13, I would also like to ask you about a restriant called the wayside that was open near your location in the late 60's and 70's. I went there because the seafood platter was the best in MB. It had all the seafood plus a small lobster tail and a dish of lime sherbert for desert. I noticed that you mentioned the wayside in your menu pamplet. Did you folks know of the owners of the wayside? Their clam chowder was the best I have eaten and I have never found it again, I returned sometime later to find the doors closed and out of business. Just thought I would enquire and thank you again for a wonderful meal. Your clam chowder was close to what was served at the Wayside but not exactly. I"m sure that the orginial owners have since past on, because I can remember the old lady visiting the tables and enquiring about the meal. My friends and I became regular customers as we would return there every year on our annual golfing trip. Again thank you,and I would like to hear from you if your family remembers the wayside owners. Thanks Richard Halloran
ref: 23680
Review Separator

Food:
 
Service:
 
Atmosphere:
 
Value:
 
Seating:
 
Noise:
 
Lee's Inlet Kitchen
Posted: Jun 02nd, 2011 at 11:06 am
From: Rome, GA
By: jwr


Avg. Rating:4.8
Great place to eat. We where there about 5 PM and were seated right away. The corn dodgers were great and they gave us all we wanted. All they adults order the combo with flounder,stuff crab and shrimp for $14.99 it was excellent. Best food in myrtle beach area and the price was cheap for that amount and quality. Would recommend to anyone.
ref: 22809
Review Separator

Food:
 
Service:
 
Atmosphere:
 
Value:
 
Seating:
 
Noise:
 
Lee's Inlet Kitchen
Posted: Mar 28th, 2011 at 9:47 pm
From: Murrels Inlet, SC
By: cjs


Avg. Rating:3.8
very pricey but food quality was excellant. Bought the shore dinner and part of the dinner description was Lobster tail,,, only problem was--it was 1/2 of a tail....Thought that was sort of a representation,, mentioned that to the waitress and she said, "yes a whole tail would be nice" !! It was $37.00 for this dinner. 4 small shrimp,1/2 lobster tail, 2 scallops, 2 crab cakes, a nice flounder fillet, and fries,she crab soup, 4 oysters and salad with hush puppies.
ref: 22202
Review Separator

Food:
 
Service:
 
Atmosphere:
 
Value:
 
Seating:
 
Noise:
 
Lee's Inlet Kitchen
Posted: Feb 04th, 2011 at 2:22 am
From: Lexington, KY
By: kd


Avg. Rating:3.2
My mother sister and I all stayed st Litchfield Beach this past June, and noticed Lees Inlet Kitchen on our way to Myrtle for dinner one night. We had heard of the superb seafood in and around Murrells Inlet, so we decided to stop. It was around 6:30 at night, and our time to be seated was only about 30 minutes, not bad at all. I can't remember the names of the dinners we ordered, however my mom and sister both had Lobster tails, both were undercooked on the edges where the meat had folded itself under (*I would like to point out the tails were HUGE, thus could be the cause, but never a bad thing). Mom actually had to send hers back TWICE, which was an inconvenience, however the bill reflected our wait due to this. I had a seafood platter of sorts, the lobster half on mine was done perfectly, but the scallops were slightly underdone (again, they were HUGE so this could be the problem). EVERYTHING else was delicious though. The atmosphere was relaxed and quaint, the staff friendly, and the prices, though not cheap, were expected prices for a nice seafood dinner at nice restaurant. I would go back if in the area, and would recommend it to someone looking for this type of restaurant.
ref: 21771
Review Separator

Food:
 
Service:
 
Atmosphere:
 
Value:
 
Seating:
 
Noise:
 
Lee's Inlet Kitchen
Posted: Oct 27th, 2010 at 1:41 pm
From: columbia, SC
By: wfw


Avg. Rating:3.2
This is more of a question than a review. I have eaten at Lee's numerous times over the years and have most of the time enjoyed it. I did think the last time I was there that the quality had declined but the food was still good. It was jus not excellent like it was 10 years or so ago. After reading some negative reviews, I was wondering if Lee's management has addressed any of these comments and what is their answer. Do they think the quality has slipped and if so, why?
ref: 21148
Review Separator

Food:
 
Service:
 
Atmosphere:
 
Value:
 
Seating:
 
Noise:
 
Lee's Inlet Kitchen
Posted: Sep 06th, 2010 at 11:30 am
From: Cairo, WV
By: dr


Avg. Rating:4.7
Ordered the fresh caught Grouper, fried. It was great. Never had she crab soup anywhere else, but this tasted good to me. My husband said it was good she crab soup and he has eaten it before at other restaurants. He had Flounder (fried and broiled) during 2 different visits. He preferred the fried Flounder. He orders the seafood platter, fried. Salads are ok. I think the hushpuppies don't compare with other I have tasted in the Myrtle Beach area, but they were still eaten. Some liked the hushpuppies more than others. It seems to be a personal preference. Never had to wait in line and the food was delicious. Waitresses were excellent on all visits.
ref: 20615
Review Separator

Food:
 
Service:
 
Atmosphere:
 
Value:
 
Seating:
 
Noise:
 
Lee's Inlet Kitchen
Posted: Aug 13th, 2010 at 1:47 am
From: myrtle beach, SC
By: sw


Avg. Rating:5
Ignore the comment below that says all the food is frozen and that the crab cakes are thawed out. They are freshly made every single day by hand from scratch. All food is local there are no frozen imports, thank you.
ref: 20220
Review Separator

Food:
 
Service:
 
Atmosphere:
 
Value:
 
Seating:
 
Noise:
 
Lee's Inlet Kitchen
Posted: Aug 04th, 2010 at 5:16 pm
From: Harrisburg, PA
By: jh


Avg. Rating:3.3
Very sad to say we (11 people in our group) were not very happy with the food at Lee's that came with high recommendations. I ordered Lobster tails that came at a price of $49.95. For that price I really expected a wonderful meal. The tails were way UNDER cooked and rubbery! I had to wait and wait for our waitress to come back into our area and flag her down with my request to have the tails put back under the broiler and cooked properly. She just looked at me and said...."I'm not surprised you have to have them sent back because I've had the same request from several other orders of Lobster tails today". I would have been more watchful if I had been her since she was aware of the problem!!!!!!!!! Vegatable of the day was lima beans, please tell me how many places serve them as the only veggie of the day? It would have been nice to have more to choice from, such as corn, broccoli, etc.TOO COSTLY for a very disappointing meal.
ref: 20083
Review Separator

Food:
 
Service:
 
Atmosphere:
 
Value:
 
Seating:
 
Noise:
 
Lee's Inlet Kitchen
Posted: Jun 29th, 2010 at 10:50 am
From: Lexington, KY
By: djw


Avg. Rating:4
I really don't understand the negative reviews. We have been coming to Lee's Inlet Kitchen for over 30 years and NEVER have had anything but a WONDERFUL meal. We have tried many different seafood establishments and none compare with Lee's. No question it is the BEST seafood in the area...hands down. We are coming to the beach next week and Lee's , as always, will be at the top of our dining list.
ref: 19565
Review Separator

Food:
 
Service:
 
Atmosphere:
 
Value:
 
Seating:
 
Noise:
 
Lee's Inlet Kitchen
Posted: Jun 17th, 2010 at 5:16 pm
From: Concord, NC
By: rwp


Avg. Rating:5
I have eaten at the Inlet Kitchen since i was a boy, I am now 59. I knew Mrs Lee when she ran the resturant and I think her grand daughter runs it now. The food has been wonderful for 56 years and I am sure as long as the Lee's own it, it will stay that way. Thank you for all the wonderful food and memories.
ref: 19413
Review Separator

Food:
 
Service:
 
Atmosphere:
 
Value:
 
Seating:
 
Noise:
 
Lee's Inlet Kitchen
Posted: Jun 08th, 2010 at 9:34 pm
From: Barboursville, WV
By: mds


Avg. Rating:5
I just here 15 minutes ago and the experience was outstanding. We were seated immediately, the great hush puppies & salads were served within minutes. Our drink glasses were never empty and our finished plates never set for more than a minute or two. My son had the crab cakes & I had grouper - couldn't be better. My serving was huge! I would give Lee's Inlet Kitchen my highest recommendation.
ref: 19263
Review Separator