Twin Lakes Seafood Restaurant - Seafood Type Restaurant in Sunset Beach with 13 reviews

Twin Lakes Seafood Restaurant

Seafood Restaurant in Sunset Beach

 
Twin Lakes Seafood Restaurant
Rated: 3.9 out of 5 with 13 Reviews

Chef Jonathan Yuricek, Culinary Institute of America.


Twin Lakes Seafood Restaurant
102 Sunset Blvd
Sunset Beach
910-579-6373
Hours: N/A
There are currently 13 user submitted reviews for this restaurant.

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Twin Lakes Seafood Restaurant
Posted: Jun 02nd, 2013 at 5:50 pm
From: Hickory, NC
By: vmb


Avg. Rating:2.7
Our food was over cooked and the value was very poor. I have always been told it was great but we found out different. We are from the south and enjoy southern seafood but sorry to say, we didn't find it here.
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Twin Lakes Seafood Restaurant
Posted: Jul 16th, 2011 at 8:51 pm
From: new concord, OHIO
By: jsb


Avg. Rating:2.8
Been going to Twin Lakes for twenty years. Level of service and food is going downhill. Food is not near as good as five years ago. Always looked forward to Twin Lakes but maybe time for a change.
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Twin Lakes Seafood Restaurant
Posted: Mar 27th, 2011 at 10:14 am
From: Greensboro, NC
By: sj


Avg. Rating:3.5
March 26, 2011 I stopped in the restaurant for a late lunch. The waitress was friendly. I believe she was one of the owners. She let me run out of tea, before I was finished with my meal. I had to go to the bar to get a refill and a to go box. The food was really good but the service was lacking. Nice atmosphere and clean looking.
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Twin Lakes Seafood Restaurant
Posted: Sep 07th, 2010 at 11:18 am
From: Atlanta, GA
By: ls


Avg. Rating:5
There were 8 of us adult couples that arrived at about 5pm on Labor Day Sunday. We were seated immediately and the service and the attention to our table began immediately. The food and it's presentation was excellent. The restaurant began to fill and was nearly filled by the time we left. We will definately go back everytime we are in the area and recommend this restaurant to everyone.
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Twin Lakes Seafood Restaurant
Posted: Aug 06th, 2010 at 3:50 pm
From: Greensboro, NC
By: tlm


Avg. Rating:2.8
Have eaten at this restaurant for the past several years and the food has been good. Seven adults were in my group this past visit, all agreed that the food / service was not as good. I'm not sure if I would go back.
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Twin Lakes Seafood Restaurant
Posted: Jun 11th, 2010 at 12:06 am
From: hickory, NC
By: jd


Avg. Rating:5
the best. been several times always good with great service and fair prices will go back again
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Twin Lakes Seafood Restaurant
Posted: Apr 21st, 2010 at 4:13 pm
From: georgetown, KY
By: aj


Avg. Rating:4.8
The service was excellent our waitress was very friendly and was always right there to get what you wanted. I had the house white zin it was a great tasting wine. I had a seafood pasta it was very good and my husband had a seafood platter that was also very good.
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Twin Lakes Seafood Restaurant
Posted: Oct 18th, 2009 at 5:54 pm
From: Chicago, ILLINOIS
By: dgb


Avg. Rating:2.8
My family has vacationed at Sunset for the past 15 years and Twin Lakes has always been our favorite restaurant -- we usually dined there several times each vacation. We became property owners in 06 and ate there frequently. We looked forward to our 1st visit to Twin Lakes in late spring '09, only to have a horribly disappointing meal. Ordered broiled flounder was dry, heavily seasoned; baked potato was small, over-cooked, generally terrible meal. We finally decided it must have been a fluke, so tried it two more times later in the summer. We asked for flounder broiled with only butter seasoning (to avoid the heavy seasoning)...and the fish was still not up to the par served for years in this restaurant. We asked if there were new owners or change of chefs & we were informed "no".....Consequently we have not returned.
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Twin Lakes Seafood Restaurant
Posted: Jul 30th, 2008 at 11:55 pm
From: Baltimore, MD
By: jw


Avg. Rating:4.2
Twin Lakes has become a family favorite for the past five years on our yearly vacation to Ocean Isle -- we much prefer the food to any restaurants that we have ever eaten at in Myrtle Beach. The hush puppies are great, and the menu is extensive. Great variety and selection. The atmosphere is unique, but it is family friendly and accommodating to large parties. Highly recommended!
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Twin Lakes Seafood Restaurant
Posted: Jun 28th, 2008 at 6:13 pm
From: Hickory, NC
By: cc


Avg. Rating:5
We arrived late in the evening and expected minimal service, but we were extremely satisfied by our entire dining experience. We were seated promptly, and the waitress gave us superb service. The meal was exceptionally delicious down to the hushpuppies. We highly recommend this restaurant. We sat outside on the deck and had a chance to see the bridge in action; this added to our pleasant dining experience.
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Twin Lakes Seafood Restaurant
Posted: Jun 06th, 2008 at 10:22 am
From: Beverly, NJ
By: wy


Avg. Rating:3
We visited Twin Lakes mid vacation of our June 08 trip to Myrtle Beach. We had stayed in Sunset Beach years earlier and had dined here then as well. The first trip to Twin Lakes should have prevented me from returning, but our co-travelers wanted to go and it was their turn to choose our dining location. The first trip was years back, and all I remember is a seafood dish making me feel so ill I spent almost a half hour in their restroom after dinner! This trip, I stayed away from seafood, as did my husband. We were seated immediately, a party of 8. The waitress was attentive, probably since it was not too crowded there. The place did look recently painted and the view of the sunset beach bridge is a nice view. The hushpuppies they serve got mixed reviews at our table, but I felt they were basically tasteless. We researched their menu on their website before going and many in our party were planning on ordering their lobster and steak surf and turf. Well - they don't even offer lobster. They lured us in with a surf and turf with lobster, steak, clam chowder, salad, veggies and potato, for $29, and we get there and they have no such offer, or even any lobster! Their surf and turf was now crab legs and rib eye, a choice of potato or veggies, no salad or soup. I ordered the chicken brest, wanting to minimize any potential stomach upset. Can not really complain about the chicken, it was grilled and tasted like chicken. But my husband ordered the rib eye, and it was basically a slab of fat, for close to $18. He tried to eat around it, but that left nothing left for him to eat! He said since he had to pay $18 he was going to eat it anyway. The rest of our party had senior dishes, and they were reported to be "okay". I would highly recommed that you do not order the rib eye. If you want to pay $13 for chicken breast and a potato, you will be safe, but not really my idea of a great dinner out. On vacation I would like to enjoy a meal that I do not usually order around home. This was not one of those meals.
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Twin Lakes Seafood Restaurant
Posted: Apr 18th, 2008 at 9:57 am
From: Greensboro, N.C.
By: alr


Avg. Rating:5
We have eaten at Twin Lakes many times and have never had a bad meal. The seafood is always fresh and the hush puppies are the best we have ever had. Love the honey butter. It would not be a trip to the beach without eating at Twin Lakes.
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Twin Lakes Seafood Restaurant
Posted: Feb 07th, 2008 at 9:13 pm
From: Knoxville, TN
By: pam


Avg. Rating:5
Each year that we have visited the Garden City Beach area we have made a trip at least once during our visit to Twin Lakes Seafood RestAurant just before Sunset Beach across the North Carolina State Line. On our first visit to the Myrtle Beach Area we were hungry for raw oysters and journeyed to the Calabash area. A decent looking restaurant we tried actually served low quality oysters placed in phony oyster shells. Yuk. H0wever, after finding a menu for Twin Lakes Seafood Restaurant at the condo we were able to wipe out the previous bad experience, not associated, but in the same general area. The food; at Twin Lakes was always superbly delicious, fresh and pleasing to the palate. Their deep sea scallops are perfect as are all the entree's we have tried there. If driving from the Myrtle Beach area allow a 45 minute to an hour drive that is well wqrth the trip. The desserts will make you want to cry over their richness and perfection.
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