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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast

Seafood Restaurant in Murrells Inlet

 
Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Rated: 3 out of 5 with 78 Reviews

Serving fresh seafood since 1968 (as Nance's Cedar Hill Landing), including oyster roasts.


Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
On the Waterfront on the South End
Murrells Inlet
843-651-8706
Hours: N/A
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jul 11th, 2013 at 6:21 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: aew


Avg. Rating:3.5
Food was better than good. Our waitress had an attitude, but the manager waited on us and then everything was great. Kitchen is clean and the management truly cares enough to make inprovements.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Dec 13th, 2011 at 8:44 pm
From: Longs, SC
By: cy


Avg. Rating:3
This restaurant is now closed for business. Shame, we loved it..
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Apr 04th, 2011 at 7:38 pm
From: Murrells Inlet, SC
By: jjj


Avg. Rating:3
This restaurant is no longer open.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Dec 31st, 2010 at 8:52 am
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: ms


Avg. Rating:2.2
This restaurant has closed in the fall of 2010, for the obviousl reasons of poor quality.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jul 30th, 2010 at 1:40 am
From: PAWLEYS, SC
By: bb


Avg. Rating:3
When eatin at the resturant they were out of majority of the food then you have I was told the boss which was a white man kinda older talkin to his staff like there were slaves hollaring we walk right out the door never in my life have I experience this in any other resturant. Seems like his place needs a new manager this man was out of line and I felt bad for the staff who was trying .
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jul 16th, 2010 at 9:23 pm
From: Cary, NC
By: ckm


Avg. Rating:2.8
We choose to have dinner at Cedar Hill Landing because we found it on restaurant.com. We purchased a gift certificate PRIOR to reading any of the reviews, which was a BIG mistake. We were there on a Thursday night @630pm. There was no wait and very few tables were occupied. It took at least 5 minutes for someone to acknowledge us and then seat us. We choose to sit on the deck overlooking the marsh. First word of advice about the deck, check the tide chart first. It was low tide so we saw a lot of mud and a few boats out of the water. The tables and chairs on the deck were nothing fancy, plastic patio furniture and a wooden bar along the rail. Once we were seated, it took another 5 minutes for the server to take our drink order, 2 beers, one with a lime. The server next appeared a few minutes later with hushpuppies the size of ping pong balls. Another 5 minutes later our beers showed up, no lime. We then ordered our meal. Our appetizer, scallops wrapped with bacon, took 20 minutes to get to our table. During our wait, we heard servers say "Well we don't have that until so-and-so gets back from the store" and "I'll bring your tea out as soon as we run glasses thru the dishwasher" Another 10-15 minutes and we were served our entrees, We both had First Mate's Baskets with two items, one with flounder and soft-shelled crab and the other with shrimp and soft-shelled crab. One would think with service as lacking as this was the food would be of the same caliber. Not so! The food was definitely a surprise. The bacon-wrapped scallops were cooked to perfection, served with a chili sauce, 6 on two skewers, an adequate sized portion. The soft-shelled crabs were some of the best that we'd ever had. Lightly floured and fried just right. A generous piece of flounder and small shrimp with tails (not popcorn) were perfect. The only disappointment with the food was the slaw which was served in a plastic cup the size of a shot glass. It was overly chopped and easily confused with the tartar sauce. Almost two hours later, we paid our bill and left. The tide had come in by this time although the deck was empty. The dining room was nearly full, what a surprise! Maybe that would have been a better choice to get quicker service or maybe not. Our recommendation at Cedar Hill Landing? Get your order to go.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jul 12th, 2010 at 6:43 pm
From: Charleston, SC
By: cm


Avg. Rating:1.8
vertise what you do sell, instead of knowingly serving imitations. I spoke with an older lady, she said was one of the owners. All I got was the obligatory responses, such as "I'll speak to the kitchen staff", "We are shorthanded" and "l'll look into it with who we buy our food from". To say the least, as one of the owners, this lady was completely clueless. This restaurnat is an embarrasement to this region and the restaurant industry itself! I'm a certified chef out of Charleston so I feel when something needs to be said, you should. Especially when you love this business. Oh, no toilet paper in the ladies room. daughter not too happy about that.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jun 18th, 2010 at 9:55 pm
From: murrells inlet, SC
By: cpn


Avg. Rating:4.3
none of this is true we live here an eat there all the time .an employee got a dismissal for wrongful conduct just keep your hands out the money jar an you will be ok------------so you do the math an we go back.murrells inlet sc
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jun 16th, 2010 at 10:57 pm
From: RICHMOND, VA
By: js


Avg. Rating:4.7
Excellent! I look forward to eating there again this summer.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: May 16th, 2010 at 8:05 pm
From: Murrells Inlet, S.C
By: d.b.


Avg. Rating:3
I believe the food finally caught up with Cedar Hill, Not been open for a while, 10-14 days.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Apr 29th, 2010 at 9:03 am
From: Woodstock, GA
By: rws


Avg. Rating:2.7
Somehow I missed the poor reviews on this restaurant and we went for lunch. While other restaurants were busy this one had only two cars in the lot. That should have told me something. The place is a dump. Shabby is the word. The oyster poboy was made with very small oysters and was almost tastless. My wife's scalop poboy. The scalops were good, but the bread was not fresh. We think that the food is too expensive for what you get. The last zinger was the lack of tissue paper in the rest room.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Apr 08th, 2010 at 10:43 am
From: James Island, SC
By: njm


Avg. Rating:2.5
The atmosphere is good, service was fine, but the food was pathethic. I paid $17 for fish and chips and the fish was supposed to be grouper but tasted more like fowl tilapia. The cole slaw came in a tiny plastic cup much like the ones hospitals use to dispense meds. The grilled fish ordered by another in our party turned out to be blackened. This person specifically discussed with the waitress that she did not want blackened. Another person in our party ordered chicken fingers which were quite dry and bland. This was a really disappointing experience. I'll never make this mistake again.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Mar 22nd, 2010 at 11:44 am
From: Bethel Park, PA
By: bcm


Avg. Rating:4.7
My family and I LOVED Cedar Hill Landing! We are vacationing in July and are already looking forward to eating there again! I ordered oysters there, and they were PERFECT. Large, delicious, and the waitress even took the time to show me some great suggestions to eating them and making them taste better. I will NEVER forget what she suggested. Little bit of salt, squeeze of lemon, dip in cocktail sauce, then EAT! YUMMY! I can't wait to visit again. The crab legs were cooked perfectly, the price for the beer was reasonable, and I am already DROOLING over the thought of going back to order the same exact thing I had last year!
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Feb 15th, 2010 at 8:21 pm
From: Gallipolis, OH
By: bg


Avg. Rating:5
Food was great, ate at the resturant several times while in the area. Even told friends about this place, and they went several times as well. We will be returning to the resturant as soon as we go back to the beach.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jan 14th, 2010 at 12:58 am
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: j.a.g.


Avg. Rating:2
I would like to review a dining experience I had at this restaurant. However the entire visit was overshadowed by a drunk man standing in the middle of the restaurant verbally and physically harassing the employees. I think it should be said that this man is the owner and his behavior was deplorable. How can he expect anybody to want to visit his restaurant and recommend it to others acting the way that he did when I was there with my family. This is an honest review of this restaurant. The beer was cold, the food was average, the service was above average.... But I won't recommend this establishment to anyone nor will I nor my family ever step foot in this restaurant ever again. And we had a recommendation from an employee...
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jan 10th, 2010 at 7:06 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: sm


Avg. Rating:1.8
My first trip to Cedar Hill and ordered oysters. The oysters were very small and the dirtiest I have ever seen. Just hosing them off prior to steaming would have made them more appealing. The restaurant did not have saltine crackers- what gives. I do not plan to return and would not recommend this place. The restaurant was not very clean and even the restroom was dirty. The beer was nice and cold- hard to mess that up. For the oyster lovers- head north to Little River (Stevens Oyster Roast) or Longs SC (Horry Seafood). When the oysters are small, these places bring in NC oysters.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Sep 29th, 2009 at 9:14 am
From: Murrells Inlet, SC
By: mwk


Avg. Rating:2.7
I am a local resident of Murrells Inlet. This past weekend was our 10th or 12th visit to this restaurant. When we have guests visit we like to take them to this restaurant because my wife and I love it. This past weekend was the worst experience we have had at a local reataurant. It appears that the service and food have gradually gotten worst over the past year. On this visit 3 people ordered a side salad. We ordered a steak, a double roast of oysters and 2 lbs boiled shrimp. Two of the salads came out and we had to ask for the 3rd one with ranch dressing. It took 20 minutes for it to arrive with Thousand Island dressing. The waitress took it back and it took another 15 minutes for it to come. The boiled shrimp was brought out with no cocktail sauce. I asked the waitress for cocktail sauce and saltines. They were never brought. I went to the kitchen door and Ms. Nance finally brought them. I spoke with Ms. Nance about these problems and she said she would talk to the staff. I hope so, because we will give this restaurant one more try. And by the way, we will not be taking guests back until and when they improve dramatically.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Sep 26th, 2009 at 3:52 pm
From: Charlotte, NC
By: ma


Avg. Rating:4.7
as a visitor to the Grand Strand area, we always make sure to spend time and money in Murrells Inlet. Our decision to stop here was based primarily on the visusal quiet, country charm of the restaurant itself. One of the best views of the marshlands and inlet serenity available. We enjoyed the hot crab dip, med rare tuna steak, steaming fresh local oysters and homemade key lime pie. EVERYTHING WAS SUPERB! our server, Thomas, was knowledgeable and courteous! definitely returning...you should give this little gem a try.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Sep 14th, 2009 at 11:03 am
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: kdj


Avg. Rating:5
This little restaurant has got to be one of the finest on the beach. The food was excellent, the service was beyond belief. My sweet tea glass was went empty. The onion rings and seafood served are the best you will EVER eat. We had a party of nine and everybody at the table was please with everything to say the least. If you're ever in the area, stop in, the people that own and run this place are as top notched as the food and service.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Sep 07th, 2009 at 4:51 pm
From: Albany, NY
By: t.collins


Avg. Rating:5
We ate here last night and everything was great! It was a busy night for all the staff there and we had to wait about 45 minutes to get a table. Our server was so friendly and talked with us for as long as she could. I had a seafood platter and it was wonderful my friend had the grouper sandwich and niether one of us could eat all of it. Also we sat on the deck overlooking the Inlet and it is a great view. I would definetly recommend this place!
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Aug 01st, 2009 at 11:01 pm
From: Hanover, PA
By: jkb


Avg. Rating:2.3
Have been coming to the Inlet for 15+ years while camping at Huntington Beach SP and always go out for lunch. This was a first time visit and it was a last time visit. How in the hell do you have Grouper advertised all over the menu and have an asterick next to the description that says it's not really Grouper but tastes like it? Need I say more The seafood capitol of SC and they have imitation Grouper! The six of us paid for our sweet teas left and went and had some fresh Grouper up the street.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jul 30th, 2009 at 8:34 am
From: North Litchfield, SC
By: jd


Avg. Rating:4.8
There was 4 of us who stopped for lunch while bike riding, (it is very close to the bike path). Two of us had Rubens, one had a blackened grouper sandwich, and one had the calamari appetizer that was very large. We all enjoyed our lunches very much, and would recommend this restaurant without hesitation. The atmosphere is very beachy, and laid back. Hope you enjoy it as much as we did.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jul 25th, 2009 at 4:24 pm
From: Pawleys Island, SC
By: jh


Avg. Rating:4.5
Our food was delicious, well presented, timely and the waitress very friendly. The views of the marsh are wonderful. If the weather had been cooler we would have enjoyed eating on their spacious decks. We will come again.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jun 25th, 2009 at 1:30 pm
From: Charleston, SC
By: sb


Avg. Rating:1.8
I came with my family last year and even though the menu was "pricey" and we had questions about the quality of the food, the service made up for it. We decided to try again this year. The menu was still too expensive for the portions you receive, quality of food definitly in question but what made it worse, the service was horrible. Bottomline, the waitress just didn't care and, as it turned out, no one did. It took well over 45 minutes for our table to to be served our main "entrees".I finally asked our server to talk someone in management...and after time had passed, I had to ask our server again! Lo and behold the manager wasn't there and the owner had "just stepped out"...Doesn't take much to figure out. This was the worst run restaurant we've ever been to...and by the way...we don't really blame the server. It all starts from the top.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jun 13th, 2009 at 12:29 pm
From: charleston, SC
By: mb


Avg. Rating:2.2
Big disappointment. Overpriced for what you get. Fried seafood platters were greasy and not hot. Service way too slow. Menu high for what you get, especially when you know it's mostly frozen, "store-bought". There is way too many good restaurants in Murrell's Inlet. They're expensive too...but at least you get the real deal. Spend good money elsewhere.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Apr 23rd, 2009 at 7:22 am
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: js


Avg. Rating:5
Homemade Key lime pie for dessert--Seafood you can tell they just picked up off the local boats--Nice staff who went out of their way to make sure my kids were entertained with crayons and coloring books and plenty of crackers. It just doesnt get any better.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Apr 22nd, 2009 at 7:11 am
From: moncks corner, SC
By: srt


Avg. Rating:5
My Dad and I used to buy fishing supplies from the old tackle shop that originally was where the restaurant known as Cedar Hill is now. It has been fun to stop in now and see all the old photos and memorabilia from the old store. I have personally known the family that owns this place for years. They go out of the way to make sure everything they serve is the freshest available. Personally I like the grouper dog best of all. Anyone who knows REAL seafood, and not the Mrs Pauls stuff served elsewhere, will appreciate the down home food at Cedar Hill Landing.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Apr 21st, 2009 at 11:30 am
From: Concord, NC
By: dtw


Avg. Rating:2
I agree 1000% with all the unfavorable reviews posted on this website -- too bad I didn't read them beforehand!! Do not waste your time or hard-earned money going to this dump -- you will be terribly disappointed!! First, we sat and waited quite a long time before our order was taken . . . even after (2) waitresses walked by several times and completely ignored us. Then, the waitress who finally took our order was extremely snobby, rude, uncaring, and inattentive. I did notice, however, that she made sure she took care of a group of golf buddies that were seated near us. And don't even think of asking a question about any of the items on the menu . . . you'll be looked at as if you were completely stupid!!! This place needs a lesson in Southern hospitality. And the food? Horrible and EXTREMELY over priced! My husband had a seafood platter w/a piece of meat they had the nerve to call prime rib and (2) beers. After numerous requests, the waitress never brought out the cole slaw and hush puppies that were supposed to be included with the platter. I had peel 'n eat shrimp (appetizer size) and (1) margarita. Our tab was $72.36!! Oh, and I also had SEVERE indigestion afterwards!! I know you're not supposed to say never, but we will NEVER be back to Cedar Hill! The owners/management should be ashamed for keeping this place open and ripping off their patrons. This is by far THE WORST restaurant in Murrells Inlet -- DINERS BEWARE!! And for those of you that think this restaurant has good food, you obviously don't know what good food is!
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Apr 15th, 2009 at 7:14 pm
From: Spartanburg, SC
By: rdh


Avg. Rating:4.5
4-15-09. My son had been here several weeks earlier and recommended this place. I had Cynthia's Platter. I liked it just fine, and it was quite an ample platter. However, my wife ordered the Shrimp and Grits. She couldn't eat it. When the menu does not mention sausage or ham in the mix for that dish, that's an indicator that you can count on a rather bland dish. The waitress asked if everything was OK, and my wife said she was sorry, but she couldn't eat it. The waitress asked it she would like a shrimp basket instead, and my wife said "please." They bought her a nice shrimp basket in place of the Shrimp and Grits, and she enjoyed it. My wife could not recall ever sending something back to the kitchen before. We are native Carolinians, so we know shrimp & grits. We'd go back; they handled it in a proper manner.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Apr 09th, 2009 at 8:36 am
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: eh


Avg. Rating:2.5
We decided on this restaurant mainly because we had a gift card to use. We took some out of town guests and we were not impressed. Everything from the she crab soup to the seared tuna to the drinks, was mediocre at best. Very over priced, and the service was very slow. We will not be going back.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Apr 02nd, 2009 at 7:22 am
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: eh


Avg. Rating:3
It was a big disappointment. The food was very mediocre and kind of expensive. We had company come in and I had a coupon for this restaurant, so we decided to drive down to Murrells Inlet. Even with the money off it was over priced. I ordered some seared ahi tuna and the she crab soup. Both of which were not very good. Everybody else ordered the fried platters. No one enjoyed their meal, it was just adequate. We will stick with Sea Captains House from now on, even without a discount coupon.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Mar 11th, 2009 at 11:29 am
From: Florence, SC
By: dgi


Avg. Rating:5
Went with a party of 14 to cedar hill landing. They did everything possible to keep the food coming at us and eveyone happy! All was very delicious and fresh too. I asked and they said the owner owns his own commercial shellfish business which supllies the food for the restaurant. Awesome food, just awesome. Great view. Great Service. We will be back again for sure.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Mar 04th, 2009 at 1:12 am
From: columbia, SC
By: fg


Avg. Rating:1
Food was horrible, over priced, bad service, and to top it off when we asked to speak to a manager there wasnt one to be found. do tell me, who runs a restaurant and doesnt keep a manager on staff at all times. I have been to cedar hill a few years ago when they had just opened and everything was wonderful i was expecting my latest experience to be the same but sadly enough it wasnt. i wouldnt recommend this restaurant.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Nov 18th, 2008 at 1:48 pm
From: Mcdonough, GA
By: aj


Avg. Rating:3.7
We found the restaurant 5 years ago.We take guys golfing trip with 12 and we ate at the Landing 3 times.The she crab soup and the hushpuppies are awsome.Crab cakes,fish,shrip,all had good taste.We will be back again next year and the year after.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Aug 15th, 2008 at 9:06 pm
From: knoxville, TN
By: kh


Avg. Rating:3
Horrible dining experience. Bad food and expensive on top of that.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jul 24th, 2008 at 3:17 pm
From: Murrells Inlet, SC
By: bg


Avg. Rating:3.7
I've been going to this place for a year and a half. I love the place. The service at the bar is a little slow but the food is good. However, they have recently changed the prices on the menu and they are too high for what you get. That is really the only disappointment that I've experienced. You could go to nicer places for the same price just down the road.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jul 14th, 2008 at 2:37 pm
From: Potamac Falls, VA
By: sh


Avg. Rating:1.8
I ate there with my family last night, and it was by far the worst dining experience we have ever had in Murrell's Inlet. Granted we were a party of 15, but they assured us that they could handle that large a party. This could not have been farther from the truth, We were seated promptly, and our orders were taken relatively in good time. About 10 of our party had ordered shrimp and grits, a favorite dish in the inlet at most restaurants. After about 45 minutes, the waitress returned to say that they had run out of grits, and the cooks had not notified of them of this in a timely manner. Only 2 orders of the shrimp and grits could be served. So everyone else re-ordered, and waited another 30-40 minutes for that to be served. When the food was finally served, the shrimp and grits were horrible, with very little popcorn shrimp in it, served in some type of brown gravy, that appeared to be for mashed potatoes. I personally had the crab cakes wit a side of green beans. The crab cakes were about an eighth of an inch thick, were overcooked, and appeared to have been from The Price Club, even though the waitress said they were homemade. The taste was bland and, if there was crab meat in it, it had been put through a blender before being pattied. The green beans were definitely from a can, and it was thrown on a plate like something you would see at an overnight diner. The supposed manager came out after we displayed our understandable dismay and said that they would take care of this. All we received was $2 off each of the shrimp and grits orders that they could not provide. To top it all, someone at the table directly behind us, who was seated much later than we were, received an order of shrimp and grits about ten minutes after being seated. When the bill came, it was split, as we requested, but was completely wrong on all tickets. We finally got out of there about two hours after arriving, and had indigestion from the food all that night. While you can give the restaurant a little slack for having to deal with a party of 15, there was no excuse for letting us sit for 45 minutes before letting us know they could not provide our original orders. Then when the food came, it was all of poor quality anyway. I would definitely tell everyone to never patronize this restaurant. We suspect it will be out of business soon anyway, if they continue to have this type of service and such poor quality food.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jul 07th, 2008 at 1:18 pm
From: Columbia, SC
By: slg


Avg. Rating:2.5
Since some of my family lives nearby, I have visit many restaurants in the area. I do not understand some of the good reviews. Perhaps restaurant staff had changed recently. The quality of food was poor. The quantity of food was ridiculous. The price was outrageous. The staff could care less if we did business with them. When I spend 70 dollars for two adult entrees, one child entree, and one appetitizer, I expect a decent meal. We experience one of the worst dinning experience we have ever had at the beach. I will be suprise if this restaurant will be in business next year unless something major changes. If you want good seafood, do not go here!
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jul 04th, 2008 at 11:00 am
From: Murrells Inlet, SC
By: bk


Avg. Rating:1
My wife and I recently moved to Murrells Inlet, SC and received a welcome package of coupons, including one from this restaurant. While we were getting settled in, we did not use it for 2 or 3 months, but there was no expiration date on it. The manager refused to accecpt the coupn for $10.95 off the total bill, so we left without trying the food. We felt that if this restaurant was not able to honor their own coupon, there must be something wrong.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jun 18th, 2008 at 12:57 pm
From: Pawleys Island, S.C.
By: rbj


Avg. Rating:3.3
My wife and I started going to Cedar Hill because the food was good and reasonable. As time goes on, the prices have gone up to normal, tourist rippoff prices. These are some of the problems we have had lately-( very small cup of slaw,3 out of 4 orders wrong, out of salteen crackers,out off bake bake potatoes,out of sour cream,on a friday night out of french frys (They should go to food lion and buy some). This could be a nice place if there quality control was better. Size of portions are different everytime we go. Mrs Nance, needs to find a new manager.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: May 19th, 2008 at 12:35 am
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: rw


Avg. Rating:2.8
About average as Murrells Inlet restaurants go. A bit overpriced, but to be expected. Fun atmosphere.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jan 21st, 2008 at 11:12 pm
From: Greenville, SC
By: wdh


Avg. Rating:4.8
My wife had the steamed clams and as usual I sampled a few. They were wonderful. The best we have had. I had the blackend shrimp and they were very good as well. There was this shredded lettuce and slice of tomato on the plate. I assume this was supposed to be garnish. They could and should have left this off the plate. I already had an appetizer, the oyster cocktail, as well as slaw and some fried sweet potatoes. The server was excellant and full of personality. The building is really neat and full of atmosphere. I look forward to coming back in the summer months. Price was well suited to portions and quality, in fact I felt it was a bargain. Seating was spaced out nicely and made it comfortable to talk in a conversational tone.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Dec 19th, 2007 at 4:10 pm
From: Surfside Beach, , SOUTH CAROLINA
By: dt


Avg. Rating:4.3
We had family in town from New England and wanted good seafood without the crowds.... the food was excellent, the service was great and to our surprise they had entertainment ... made for an enjoyable evening.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Nov 23rd, 2007 at 5:11 pm
From: Pawleys Island, SC
By: srt


Avg. Rating:5
We eat at Cedar Hill Landing any time we get the chance. The food is always fresh and cooked to order! Sometimes it can take a while for the kitchen to get it out, but oh when they do it is always perfect. I particularly like the seafood platter and my wife adores the she crab soap. It is a very laid back place and depending on when you go can be a little bit on the loud side if they are really crowded. As for the music when the have it, it adds a nice down home honkey tonk feel to a true southern dining experience. Seafood in the inlet the way it is truly meant to be served. Cedar Hill Landing, just the right way to do seafood in the south--kudos!
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Oct 23rd, 2007 at 9:56 pm
From: long beach, CA
By: corey


Avg. Rating:2.2
This place was terrible,i ordered a steak(ribeye)after five days of nothing but seafood I thought I would treat myself to some meat and thats what it was ,some meat, no taste and under cooked like maybe they cooked it in the microwave...the menu said two sides with each meal so I said I would like the baked potato so she said ok and moved on, I said excuse me can I get sour cream and butter on that she said yes and I replied dosnt the meal come with two sides she replied yeah what do you want..... Thank god I got the sides cause thats what I had for dinner...three young girls in charge of a nice resturant and all they really wanted to do is hang out at the front desk and fix there hair......wont be going back next time thanks for the .. Real reviews.......
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Oct 22nd, 2007 at 11:09 am
From: murrells inlet, SC
By: cmb


Avg. Rating:3.7
My brother was visiting from Montana and wanted to go where the locals eat. I chose the Landing because of the great view and quiet atmosphere. The view was nice but there was a loud musician that robbed us of a peaceful dinner. We were hoping he would take a break but he did not. My throat was sore Saturday and my brother had no voice at all and that was from trying to have normal conversation. We were outside and the music was right inside the door, those poor people next to him!! That aside, the food was excellent. I love the jalapeno bites and my brother said the crab cakes were the best he had ever eaten. The server seemed a little lost but kept us in cold beer and was timely with the food and drink. This would have been a perfect dinner if there had been some soft music playing. Something that would coincide with the natural environment surrounding the restaurant. I will try again but will call ahead to see if there is "music".
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jul 27th, 2007 at 9:25 pm
From: Atlanta , GA.
By: ps


Avg. Rating:3.2
I can't understand how anyone can have any thing good to say about this restaurant.

For the quality and amount of food one gets on a plate, I would say they over charge. The kids fish plate was the only dish that was decent in taste/price for the amount of food they served.

As for my husband who had ordered the linguine and clams ...it was totally horrible! I admit that the clams were fresh, however the pasta was sOooo water logged that the dish was so soupy and tasteless and plain that my husband taken only two forksful & wouldn't eat the rest. We all taken a taste of it because we wanted to see how horrible it was. There were 4 more of us who confirmed that this restaurant does not know how to cook!..at least when it comes to an Italian delicious dish such as white clam sauce & linguine. The cost of this terrible experience was about $17-$18 (out rageous for this type of restaurant). My fried oysters were raw oysters with fried batter!

A high price to pay for such delicacies done bad!

As far as we are concerned..anyone that thinks this restaurant has good food, certainly must not know what good food is! They must not eat out enough to try as many different restaurants as we have. We had dined in Buckhead in Georgia all the way to New York and spent many thousands doing so through the years.

Never did we experience such watered down clam sauce & water logged pasta in all these years (30 yrs. or more). Nor did I ever eat fried oysters that were raw and have to pay for it more ways than one!

The problem was that I was prepared to tell the waiter about all this but my husband & son said they would feel embarrassed if I did so. Embarrassed I said to them! This restaurant is the one who should be embarrassed not us...(however, I didn't go against their wishes). I am annoyed to have to travel from Georgia to Myrtle Beach... looking for a place to eat that was recommended by someone we met at Piggly Wiggly to go to Cedar Hill (obviously she made a mistake in doing so)..then get served such garbage & have to pay for it!

Atmosphere??? What atmosphere?...I felt like I was in a Cracker Barrel restaurant done with a little seafood decor added to it. EVEN CRACKER BARREL DOES IT BETTER.

NEVER AGAIN!

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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jul 22nd, 2007 at 11:23 am
From: Murrells Inlet, SC
By: jw


Avg. Rating:4.8
We have dined with the Nance family for at least 40 years and have always felt like we were eating with the family and being served as they would serve their family on their backporch! Thanks Cynthia and "family"
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: May 28th, 2007 at 2:43 pm
From: Pawleys Island, SC
By: bp


Avg. Rating:2.3
We have eaten here 3 times,the 1st time to try it and the other 2 times we were invited by friends that wanted to listen to the live music.The 1st time(Dec 2006) was okay.I had a special.The other 2 times were horrible! 2nd visit-When I order grouper,I expect grouper, not a flat,slimy frozen farm raised fresh water fish of some far east country which is what ever person at our table that ordered grouper got.The baked potatoes were cooked the day days before and cold.One persons food came out 10 minutes after the rest of the table finished eating.3rd time- I was no fool and did not order seafood.I had a burger that came out rare and had to be sent back and came out finally about 40 minutes later charred and burnt.I had a casual conversation with a business associate about 2 months after visit 2 when he had just come from lunch at Cedar Hill.I did not mention my experiance.He made a comment about ordering a grouper sandwich and getting some other slimy fish in place of grouper.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: May 28th, 2007 at 11:06 am
From: Surfside Beach, SC
By: aj


Avg. Rating:2
Horrible! After reading all of the wonderful reviews, I was expecting great oysters and great service. I am a local and had family visiting for the memorial day holiday. I was excited to take them to this restaurant because of all of the wonderful things people had said about the food and atmosphere. We ordered 2 lbs of shrimp and a "double" (which is thirty) oyster roast (**steamed oysters**). Well, it was our server's second day on the job and apparently the restaurant was short staffed and had a new cook in the kitchen. We never received any hushpuppies the entire three hours we were there. It took an hour and a half to get our food and we were served freezing cold raw oysters. We ordered steamed/roasted oysters but our server didn't know that they couldn't serve them that way because of the season (or for being short staffed). But, whatever the reason, it took them an hour and a half to serve us cold oysters. We think they might have taken a boat out on the inlet and dug up one of their oyster beds. People were leaving the restaurant left and right. We should have left too, but they took the oysters off our bill and we ordered a shrimp po' boy and grouper sandwich. At the end of the day, this restaurant is crap and I was embarrassed that I had chosen it as the only restaurant that my family went to while they were in town. Stay away from this place! there were three of us and we ordered a total of 7 beers (had to wait 1.5 hr to get the cold oysters then another hour for the second set of orders), a couple of sandwiches, and some shrimp. Our bill for this came to $96.00. I will not be back or recommend this restaurant to anyone. It is absolutely the worst restaurant in Murrells inlet. Diners beware!.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: May 07th, 2007 at 10:26 pm
From: murrells inlet, SC
By: kmb


Avg. Rating:3.8
My fifth visit and i'm still impressed! perfectly fried seafood, raw bar items are very fresh, and even the "sides" are very good. Don't ever change! i'll be coming back for years to come......and i'm a "local".
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Apr 16th, 2007 at 2:34 pm
From: Rock Hill, SC
By: ch


Avg. Rating:3.3
Extremely disappointed with the quality of the food. Worst shrimp and grits I have ever eaten. Combo of shrimp and oysters - got 6 shrimp, 6 oysters. Did not taste like fresh local seafood and way too greasy. On the upside - the outside seating was nice and the live entertainment was great. Hostess and waitstaff were good. Will not return on my next visit.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Apr 10th, 2007 at 2:33 pm
From: Memphis, TN
By: ram


Avg. Rating:5
Totally superb all was awesome. Definitely will return.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Mar 20th, 2007 at 12:17 am
From: Colorado Springs, CO.
By: jj


Avg. Rating:5
What a great place. I love a locally owned family business that gets it right. Great food, excellent view, and perfect service. In an area full of adverage "big box" restaurants feeding the hungry masses, Nance's Cedar Hill offers a great 100% local feel, with food prepared fresh to order.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jan 20th, 2007 at 7:48 pm
From: garden city beach, SC
By: kmb


Avg. Rating:4.5
Had lunch here the other day and was impressed! I had heard the food was good but, wow! I had cynthia's platter, oysters, clams, scallops, flounder, shrimp, deviled crab, fries and cole slaw. Perfectly fried, very little batter, and no, I never even came close to finishing it. Good value, great food, good service, very nice view, i'm a casual kind of guy, this place place is "perfect". Upon leaving I noticed the "nance" name was taped over on the sign outside. I wonder if the pseudo-nance up the street has something to do with it..
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Dec 21st, 2006 at 10:12 am
From: Columbia, SC
By: jlk


Avg. Rating:5
This is by far the best place my whole family has eaten at in the 50 some years we have been going to myrtle beach. Nance's is a must every year for us now.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Nov 05th, 2006 at 11:15 pm
From: New Albany, IN
By: cjm


Avg. Rating:3
After reading the reviews of this restaurant, I was really looking forward to dining when I was in the area recently. Unfortunately, it really fell below my expectations. We dined early on a weeknight and it was not busy at all. However, our server took an incredibly long time to come to our table, and was not a pleasant person. Menu items were sparse and pricey, and they only offered 2 kids menu items. When our food arrived, the fish was way over cooked, and too salty. One of my girls said her applesauce tasted funny, and after trying it, she was right. The best part of our meal were the hushpuppies and the view.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Oct 21st, 2006 at 5:55 pm
From: Spartanburg, SC
By: rdh


Avg. Rating:2.3
We ate at this restaurant last weekend. I ordered steamed oysters,($17.00). I probably got a maximum of three tablespoons of oysters out of the entire bucket. They ranged from small fingenail size to just a bit larger. Upon leaving the restaurant, I asked the waitress about oysters. She said that it is the wrong time of year for decent oysters. Also, the others in my party experienced bad food (flounder,fried oysters and cold boiled shrimp) at extremely high prices. This is my last time eating here. Hope they improve their food or they will not be open long.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Oct 19th, 2006 at 8:31 pm
From: Surfside Beach, SC
By: cv


Avg. Rating:4.8
The food here is great! I love that they will not only broil or fry the seafood, but also blacken it, which is my favorite. Everything is fresh and tastes wonderful. The taste is better than most other seafood restaurants with a slightly lower price. I've never had to wait to be seated and everyone is always friendly. It's a comfortable feel good place. I take friends and family from out of town here. I suggest sitting outside, even on warm days. The breeze off the inlet is just perfect, along with the view. Enjoy!
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jul 19th, 2006 at 12:49 pm
From: Hemingway, SC
By: c m


Avg. Rating:5
This is by far a great place to eat. I took my family from Cleveland Ten. to eat they loved it. The SheCrab soup is great and they also raved about the Cynthia plater. This really beats those places that have 120 item buffet. Cedar Hill has the real seafood and the food is fresh when it comes to your table.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jun 25th, 2006 at 9:34 pm
From: Bat Cave, NC
By: jcs


Avg. Rating:5
Total Seafood Perfection.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jun 23rd, 2006 at 1:57 pm
From: Lake City, SC
By: bfw


Avg. Rating:5
By far the only MUST EAT place in South Carolina. Everything on my platter was fresh and as tastey as could be. I am so glad the Nance family is back doing seafood right in Murrells Inlet again! I am just turned 79 and my family remembers the good old days of seafood in Murrells Inlet years ago. Its great to taste it again!
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jun 20th, 2006 at 12:39 am
From: Omaha, NE
By: mb


Avg. Rating:5
We visited this restaurant while vacationing in South Carolina, because it was reccomended by our Resort. The food was great! The Service was great! We couldn't have found a better place to have dinner. If you are ever in the area of Myrtle Beach and you like seafood. Take the time and eat there. You won't regret it.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: May 18th, 2006 at 8:17 pm
From: Hendersonville, NC
By: vjs


Avg. Rating:5
AWESOME EVERYTHING! Will be back again for sure!
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Mar 02nd, 2006 at 2:16 pm
From: Marion, NC
By: vjs


Avg. Rating:5
The best in all of Murrells Inlet. No buffet, but all you could ever eat will be on your plate. EXCELLENT!
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Mar 01st, 2006 at 3:44 pm
From: Toronto, ON
By: wl


Avg. Rating:4.2
My favorite by far in the Myrtle Beach area!
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Feb 23rd, 2006 at 3:58 pm
From: Hazleton, PA
By: pjq


Avg. Rating:5
What can I say, excellent in all catagories. Portions are far from average, will not leave hungry. Staff are friendly, genuine home-like atmosphere. Highly recommend to anyone visiting South Carolina. Seafood items are fresh and top notch. Bill won't hurt your pocketbook either. Good news for families, groups.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jan 22nd, 2006 at 11:31 am
From: Gastonia, NC
By: caj


Avg. Rating:4.8
Best in all of Murrells Inlet.

Portions are huge!

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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Dec 09th, 2005 at 10:41 am
From: BEAUFORT, SC
By: mgp


Avg. Rating:5
Wonderful service!

Best reuben sandwich of my life! Delicious fried shrimp and onion rings.

Good wine!

I will return as soon as I can.
Mary Patrick

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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Aug 13th, 2005 at 1:30 am
From: murrells inlet, SC
By: bbs


Avg. Rating:5
Nance's Cedar Hill is a true reflection of Murrells Inlet. The seafood is fresh and southern. Although everything is delicious, the oysters in the winter are to die for! They are extremely clean, fresh and cooked to your taste... Try out a real Murrells Inlet Restaurant!
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jul 17th, 2005 at 10:45 am
From: dallas, TX
By: pk


Avg. Rating:3.2
I tried the She Crab soup it was good. I did enjoy the restaurant.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jun 30th, 2005 at 5:08 pm
From: Columbia, SC
By: bmb


Avg. Rating:4.8
Live music was a nice touch and the food was incredible!
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Jun 07th, 2005 at 11:00 am
From: Marion, NC
By: vjs


Avg. Rating:5
GREAT FOOD GREAT PRICES GREAT ATMOSPHERE
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Apr 29th, 2005 at 1:46 am
From: Georgetown, SC
By: cn


Avg. Rating:3
I grew up in a town about 30 minutes south of Murrell's Inlet (Georgetown). My father told me yesterday that he saw Chris Nance down at the docks here yesterday buying fresh fish and shrimp to serve at the Nance's Cedar Hill Restaurant. No wonder the Nance's are claiming back their family's good name in the seafood business. Everything at Cedar Hill is straight off the dock...WOW. My wife and I ate at Cedar Hill last night.....no doubt it is the best seafood in all of South Carolina. I know exactly why now!
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Apr 27th, 2005 at 2:50 pm
From: Akron, OH
By: cl


Avg. Rating:3.8
The food was good. Our group had some who liked seafood and some who did not; the ones who did not found lots of other choices for them on the menu too. They have a seafood market where you can buy raw seafood to go too. After having my fill of shrimp on my platter, I was able to get a 2 pounds to take back to our condo to cook myself tomorrow. All and all I would rate this place as a super A+. We will definitely come back next year.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Apr 22nd, 2005 at 12:46 pm
From: Hickory, NC
By: sns


Avg. Rating:5
Wow! Cynthia' s Platter was the best seafood platter I have ever had.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Apr 11th, 2005 at 1:01 pm
From: Moncks Corner, SC
By: srt


Avg. Rating:4.5
By far the best she-crab I ever had.
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Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant & Oyster Roast
Posted: Mar 23rd, 2005 at 1:05 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: ss


Avg. Rating:5
Great Food! My parents for years took us to eat with Ms. Cynthia at the other Nance's Restaurant. I am so glad she and her family are back in the restaurant business after selling the old place along with the family name. Nance's Cedar Hill without a doubt has the best oysters and best seafood platter in all of Murrell's Inlet. And do not be fooled by the signs.....Ms. Cynthia only cooks at Nance's Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant... it's the southern-most restaurant in Murrells Inlet on the water.
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