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Greg Normans Australian Grille

Steak House Restaurant in Barefoot Landing

 
Greg Normans Australian Grille
Rated: 2.9 out of 5 with 135 Reviews

Australian pro golfer Greg Norman chose Barefoot Landing as the site to establish this world-class restaurant in 1999, which is situated across the Intracoastal Waterway from the Barefoot Resort Greg Norman Golf Course.


Greg Normans Australian Grille
4930 Hwy 17 South
Barefoot Landing
843-361-0000
Hours: N/A
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Mar 15th, 2016 at 10:13 am
From: Toronto, ONTARIO
By: tk &lk


Avg. Rating:5
Scott Thank You for hosting us last evening. We booked for 19 but 29 showed up. Rachel welcomed us warmly and with the help of other staff had us seated within minutes. Along with K'senia they soon had our drinks ordered and to us.. They took our orders for the Happy Hour food and it was only minutes until the first trays arrived. As I walked around speaking with the people in our group, they were really impressed with the quality of the food and the size of the servings. They loved the place and it's ambience. They are looking forward to returning soon. Scott I must stress how efficient, professional and friendly Rachel and K'senia were. They took the time in their busy schedule to make sure everyone was having a good time please let them know how pleased we were. Thanks Again
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Aug 19th, 2013 at 6:45 am
From: Charlotte, NC
By: mw


Avg. Rating:3
Party of 8 here for daughter's 16th birthday. Son and his friend ordered from the kids' menu (chicken fingers and cheeseburger). Neither of them ate their meals. Not sure how you can mess that up? The prices are so over the top for the product. Why can't one side be included with your entree? Unbelievably disappointing. Average after taxes and tip to $28 per person.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jun 30th, 2013 at 6:34 pm
From: columbia, SC
By: djs


Avg. Rating:4.8
We love this restaurant! I try to plan at least a weekend trip to Myrtle Beach at least once a year just so we can visit Greg Normans! We went last night....had made reservations for 7:30 thinking we would walk around at Barefoot Landing. A terrible storm came up so we asked to be seated at 6:15. The hostess was very accommodating giving us a very nice table in the bar. Our service was excellent! I had the duck and husband had prime rib. We both loved our meals. We had calamari for Ann app and it was delicious! Cant wait to go back!
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Apr 29th, 2013 at 6:07 pm
From: Shelby Twp., MI
By: rab


Avg. Rating:5
This has become a mandatory dinner spot for us when we visit Myrtle Beach. The ambiance, both inside and on the deck is great. The food is superb and the service is always attentive and friendly. The Escargot was perfectly prepared and the Spinach salad was excellent and is more than enough for two. The Wood-grilled Atlantic salmon was also perfectly cooked, as was the Snapper Oscar.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Feb 09th, 2013 at 4:07 pm
From: Toronto, Canada, SC
By: bw


Avg. Rating:2.7
We have been going to Greg Normans for several years. We come down for four months and have enjoyed many meals at this Restaurant. But this year (Dec. 2012 and Jan. and Feb 2013) it has been a disappointment; meals arrive cool or cold, meat (Prime Rib and Steaks and Pork Chop) are tough or over done. We experience it once, thought it was just an off day, but we have been there four times and I am sorry to say, IT WILL BE THE LAST. Staff are all very good, but food needs to improve to the level it use to be for the dollor value. Sorry was a fan.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jan 16th, 2013 at 9:01 am
From: Murrells Inlet, SC
By: dmm


Avg. Rating:2.8
Very disappointing return visit- walking into the main dining room all you see are orange glow fake candles in beautiful glass holders. My husband ordered Queen's cut prime rib with baked potato and the outside of the meat was gray and cold. The meat was red on the inside but stone cold all the way through. After sending it back to be heated up, I tried a small piece and it was so chewy I couldn't swallow it. Baked potato was burned and dried out. My friend ordered the filet which was also very tough. I ordered haddock which was ok but not great. Wedge salad and greek salads were the highlight of the meal. Our waiter did an average job in taking orders and returning my husband's meal to be heated up when asked. Two of us ordered dessert but the waiter presented the bill before dessert arrived and said your desserts will be here shortly. Sadly, not the Greg Norman's it used to be.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Nov 07th, 2012 at 8:59 am
From: Conway, SC
By: av sr.


Avg. Rating:3
Worse prime rib we every had. 3 out of 5 dinners were bad. Just paying for the name. As if he doesn't have enough money. Probably just sitting back and laughing at us.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Aug 09th, 2012 at 7:22 pm
From: Charlotte, NC
By: jb


Avg. Rating:5
Always the best meal of the week.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jul 18th, 2012 at 10:40 am
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: jb


Avg. Rating:3.2
I ordered the chicken and mushroom quiche. When my order arrived it was covered with a slice of melted cheese on top (undoubtedly to camouflage the quiche's awful color). With the first taste I knew that it was old (cooked a while back and stored for a long time). The flavor was very bland and the chicken was dry and tough! I was very disappointed. After two bites I stopped eating. The pleasing ambiance of the restaurant makes you believe that the food is going to be just as pleasing. I won't be returning to this restaurant.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Apr 09th, 2012 at 12:47 pm
From: Raleigh, NC
By: tlw


Avg. Rating:3
I went to a wedding at Greg Norman's Easter weekend. The wedding was on the patio and immediately upon arriving I noticed quite a bit of food on the patio ground where the wedding was going to take place. It was apparent that sweeping would of cost extra. The food was mediocre, definitely nothing of the calibre I had expected. Also, on my way out, the wait staff was laying around on the couches by the bar. I am in the Food/Beverage industry and could not believe this was acceptable.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Mar 26th, 2012 at 12:06 pm
From: FONTHILL, ONTARIO
By: rgl


Avg. Rating:4.7
The food was delicious. The appetizer were great. The steaks were great and cooked perfectly medium rare as requested. Service was attentive. The wine list is very extensive. The prices are fairly high but this is a steakhouse and the quality is there. All in all a good experience. It was our second time there.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Mar 05th, 2012 at 2:50 pm
From: Charlottesville, VA
By: slk


Avg. Rating:3
Hubby had prime rib and baked potato, and thought it was good, but not great for the money. I had ribeye and potato augratin with tri colored beans. Yuck, yuck and more yuck is all I can say. The steak was full of grissle and I got it stuck in my teeth and it tasted burned. It was not overdone, so it must have been the grill. It was not edible. I took it home to the dog and he didn't eat it...lol. The potato's had no taste, so I put salt on them and continued to put salt on them, to no avail.. Just not good and the beans were so raw they were in edible. I know the new trend is al dente, but these were raw. Was never asked if our meal was good. Wow... 100 buck for 2 and one meal was inedible. My last trip here.... for sure. I'll go somewhere else where the food is good and far less expensive...
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Feb 26th, 2012 at 5:24 pm
From: Wilmington, NC
By: nk


Avg. Rating:2.8
We both ordered the Greg Norman hamburger plate at lunch. We were hungry, so it tasted good at first,but OMG, after one hour, we both felt sick. I don't know if it was MSG or the charcoal taste. It was awful. I would never think to go there again.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Dec 21st, 2011 at 9:36 am
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: kda


Avg. Rating:3
Everything up until they cleared the appetizer plates was great. After that, all down hill. Slow, slow, slow......2.5 hours later we finally were able to leave. Everyone's food was overcooked and tasteless. Horrible
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Dec 21st, 2011 at 9:32 am
From: MYRTLE BEACH, SC
By: ua


Avg. Rating:2.3
Never, never make the mistake we did and eat dinner here. Skip dinner hit the bar for happy hour.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Nov 15th, 2011 at 8:54 am
From: Murrells Inlet, SC
By: dm


Avg. Rating:5
My husband and I are locals and dined here last night and the food and service were excellent. Our waiter, Tray E., was very attentive and checked back with us throughout our meal. We started with a medium order of fried calamari and the portion was huge. Then we each had the "queens cut" prime rib medium with baked potato. The prime rib was superb...hardly any fat. Potato and prime rib were nice and hot. We ate there once before about a year ago and the service/food were also excellent. We don't get to North Myrtle Beach often since we live on the south end.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Sep 23rd, 2011 at 3:42 pm
From: Longs, SC
By: cw


Avg. Rating:2.7
Very disappointed in the prices. Highly over-rated. Served 4 & 5 year old adult portions AT adult prices. Never assume that your server would recommend a child's menu. I felt they just wanted the money and didn't give us the value.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Aug 27th, 2011 at 4:56 pm
From: ocean, N J
By: g s


Avg. Rating:4.2
I make it a point for lunch when i come to the beach. As usual lunch was excellent , service as always very good. We were a party of 5 and 1 person ordered the prime rib sandwich which was very fatty . Would not have that again everything else we have ever had there has been excellent
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jul 27th, 2011 at 1:06 pm
From: ocean, N J
By: g s


Avg. Rating:5
Went for lunch everything was very good i had the grouper sandwich and my friend had chicken sandwich enjoyed outside as we have been there for lunch many times will definetly be back again
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jul 20th, 2011 at 4:17 pm
From: Charlotte, NC
By: hd


Avg. Rating:4.7
This place rocks!! Visited during 4th of July week and the facility was packed. Stunning building and atmosphere. We were seated right on time (had a reservation) on the patio and could not of asked for a better spot. Me and my wife decided to eat fish... she had the tuna entree and I had the salmon succotash. Both were excellent! Our server (Chase- probably one of the best we have ever had) reccommended these entrees as they were their top sellers. I can understand why as they were delicious. By far our favorite meal of our vacation. When we return to Myrtle, we will eat there more than once next time. Go to this establishment, ask for the patio and Chase when you make your reservation. You will not be disappointed!
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jul 12th, 2011 at 7:15 am
From: New York, NY
By: jm


Avg. Rating:2.3
During a family visit to Myrtle Beach, I decided to take my family for dinner at Greg Norman's Australian Grille. What a mistake. We should have gone to the Outback. My steak was blah, nothing on it. I told the waiter and he advised me to use some salt. Of course, that will give it some taste. The others appreciated their appetizers, but not their dinner. When the bill came, which was more than $1,000, I made a "joke" to waiter and asked him if we could get a free drink. He responded that he would ask the beverage manager. He came back and the beverage manager had responded negative. Wow, bad service, bad food, high prices and greedy. Gregg my advise, get good people to run your restaurant or sell it, because this place distroys your name, credibility and reputation. Do you care about that or only abour money. Provide service to people, you greedy one. I will never go back.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jul 03rd, 2011 at 8:30 am
From: Red Bank, NJ
By: ms


Avg. Rating:2.7
Went there with 8 golfers. We all got steaks of some sort.Didn't think you could get 8 lousy steaks at one time but they pulled it off....terrible food and service..Will NEVER go back.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jun 17th, 2011 at 7:37 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: ln


Avg. Rating:5
An excellent dining experience! Our meals were delicious and presented well. The staff was professional and the view gorgeous!
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: May 23rd, 2011 at 11:54 am
From: Beaver, PA
By: cs


Avg. Rating:3
I have always wanted to eat at Greg Normans, it does look like a really nice restaurant on the outside, but after reading all the horrible reviews, I will definitely NOT go there!! Such a shame, as it is a great location right on the water.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: May 15th, 2011 at 6:30 pm
From: Lexington , KY
By: mk


Avg. Rating:4.7
I took my parents out to lunch where we ate on the patio. I have been here many times before and have always been very pleased. We were greeted and seated immediately with a relaxing view of the waterway. Our server was knowledgeable, very helpful, professional and courteous. Our lunch was very good. We will return in the future and recommend Greg Normans to our friends.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Apr 29th, 2011 at 3:39 pm
From: Waxhaw, NC
By: rj


Avg. Rating:2.8
Just another Tourist Trap and way too expensive, just like his clothing line......Greg, Stick to Golf cause the restaurant business ain't really that good for you.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Apr 25th, 2011 at 5:16 pm
From: myrtle beach, SC
By: al


Avg. Rating:3.3
Great view, good calamari, ahi tuna was very good. The steaks were terrible, tough and overcooked! Love the location but will definitely never order steak again!!!! The server never asked how the food was and when he picked up my half eaten steak I mentioned quietly that it was tough and overcooked. He ignored me and threw it in the garbage. I own restaurants and almost never complain but I was very disappointed with the meal. Want a great meal go to Collectors Cafe!
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Apr 15th, 2011 at 11:33 pm
From: Saluda, S.C
By: m.a


Avg. Rating:2.8
Lunch was terribly overpriced and was awful!! The atmosphere was nice as well as the server. However, the waiter got the drinks wrong. I don't know if the items on the dinner menu are any good, but I do not recommend going there for lunch.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Feb 28th, 2011 at 4:10 pm
From: Ottawa, ONT
By: cbb


Avg. Rating:4.8
After reading the reviews posted, we were a bit intimidated..but went anyway. We are so happy we did. Our waiter's name was Chris, and he was excellent. Friendly, very attentive and the very definition of southern hospitality - Thanks Chris.....Food excellent, hot, and a fun time had by the ten people in our group. We recommend this dining establishment very highly... It is NOT a fast food, in and out. Thanks so much, we will return..
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Feb 10th, 2011 at 3:31 pm
From: worcester, MA
By: jp


Avg. Rating:2.7
Walked in on a tuesday nite and was seated by the most unfriendly male host I have ever met.we were waited on right away and ordered our meal,we both had a scallop dish that was pretty good,the food was good.the waiter never came back,we wanted more drinks but never saw the waiter till the meal was over.then as we walked out the front door there was now a female at the host desk,would not say goodnite or thank you.those people that work there were the most rude people I have ever have run into down there,the service was the worst,will never go back or recommend..
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jan 31st, 2011 at 7:34 pm
From: Morris County, NJ
By: tsf


Avg. Rating:2.2
Seriously, if I were Greg I would disassociate my name from this pretentious eatery! The only thing going for it is the atmosphere, the food is just so-so..the help, well they need help! Never, ever going back. Ps. This is the 5th time, with 4 out of 5 being very expensive disappointments!
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Oct 26th, 2010 at 8:41 am
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: bb


Avg. Rating:3
Worst service in Myrtle Beach no doubt!! We walked in and nobody wanted to wait on us and looked at us like pretty women on rodeo drive. Was seated outside at the smallest table possible with spider webs all around us. It was 90 degrees that day and we asked for shade and they told us their was nothing they could do meanwhile there were empty tables all around. Food taste aweful and its way to expensive. You could smell the trash, fish, and whatever else possible in the water behind the place. Took about 45 min to recieve our meal and the waiter was rude. Trust you don't want to go to this place. So many other nice places to eat in Myrtle.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Sep 05th, 2010 at 10:13 am
From: Rock Hill, SC
By: sms


Avg. Rating:2.5
This was our second visit to Greg Normans and OUR LAST!!!! The first time we went, we did not think about getting a reservation and when we asked if we could be seated the hostess haughtily replied that we could be seated in the back of the restaurant, but that there as no way we could be seated on the deck overlooking the river. That was fine, we understood that we were not going to get the best seat, but when she took us to our table she placed the wine list and condescendingly informed us this was the wine list, as though it was a new concept for us. We were very disappointed in the food options, as we’ve been to Australia and other than the wine on our first visit very few options were authentic Australian cuisine. My husband ordered the pork chop and I ordered the duck. His pork chop was done well as my duck was overcooked and very dry, in fact most restaurants that serve duck have it very moist. We decided to give Greg Norman’s another try. So we called ahead and were seated on the deck. It was warm, but it is the summer, although one would have thought there would have been fans circulating the air. Our meal was OK. The menu options, under specials did improve a bit, as there was a more traditional Australian salad option. I got prim rib and my husband again went for the port chop, which he ordered medium, it came out charred and when Jose our waiter served it to us, he said it was “a little more done than medium”… really, it was burnt and very fatty. My husband tried to eat it but gave up… My prime rib was find, but nothing exceptional. When our bill arrived ($75.00) we gave the gift certificates my husband had purchased, which they would only honor one of the 2, even though there were no restrictions on them. The excuse was that there were “promotional items” which is not the case as we purchased them as a gift certificate. As a result we ended up giving the other one away… but it was still frustrating that we were unable to use both. I mean if you go to olive garden or T-bonze or Ruth Chris and have a gift card (or 2) you can use them… Needless to say we won’t be back!!!
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jul 21st, 2010 at 12:41 pm
From: Norwalk, CONNECTICUT
By: dae


Avg. Rating:2.2
Went there last year and food was ok and service was terrible. had pasta witch was good, waiter was ok but took very long. Might return but probably not because noise was too loud and it was very expenseive and took a long time to be seated.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jun 10th, 2010 at 12:16 pm
From: Winston-Salem, NC
By: atr


Avg. Rating:2.5
After reading other reviews, I understand why we didn't have to wait to be seated: the word is getting out on this over-priced, poorly run restaurant. Although the decor is beautiful, you can't eat your upholstered chair or the chandeliers. Our service was poor. We saw the waiter to order drinks and our meals, but after that he was much more interested in waiting on the huge party seated behind us -- bigger tip, maybe? They definitely got their water glasses filled and their egos stroked with his chatter. We, on the other hand, waited 50 minutes for our entrees. My husband's prime rib was OK, but side dishes were bland and lukewarm. My spinach salad was small -- about half the size that other upscale restaurants offer -- and did not have all the ingredients listed on the menu. For $19.95 (!) they added an undercooked (i.e., pink inside) grilled chicken breast. I ate about 3 bites and was afraid to finish it. We will never go back. We have many friends who would patronize this place, but we intend to warn them off. What a shame: attractive-looking, but lousy service and food.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Apr 07th, 2010 at 6:59 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: tj


Avg. Rating:3.3
I have been living in Myrtle Neach for the last year and a half and finally decided to try Norman's becuase of all of the reviews I've read about it. Took my wife and we were seated promptly, but is was earlier around 5:00 PM - hardly anyone in the restraurant. We decided to sit in a booth. Mistake. Whoever designed the booths must be a mindless idiot. I am in no way overweight/fat - but can someone please tell me how you get in and out of the fricking booths? Very uncomfortable. The waiter was a total loser. Not professional at all, and could have cared less that he was supposed to be waiting/serving us. I had to ask him what the specials were - he never even offered to tell us - he just gave us some menus and said he would be back in a minute - never even asked us what we wanted to drink (I remind you the restaurant is basically empty at this point). Finally he comes back - we order a couple of drinks and he takes our order. Food comes out rather quickly and is just OK (the food is not brought out by our waiter but someone else). For the prices paid for the dinner that food should be exceptional. Period. It wasn't - it was just OK. Never saw our waiter again until he brought the check. In the meantime I wanted more water, and the wife wanted another drink during our dinner. This loser is nowhere to be found - had to flag down another waitress to get him to get water, drinks, etc. for us. It appears to me that Norman's is way over hyped. Service sucked BIG TIME and it seeemd like the waiter automatically just expected to get a decent tip because he worked there. I left him a 20% tip, but this guy and this restaurant clearly don't deserve any tips from customers due to their high prices for just average food and lousy services. I would not recommend anyone eating at Norman's just because of their prices and the quality of the food. There are plenty of other resturants in the area that are much better. TRUST ME - I eat dinner out almost every night of the week in Myrtle Beach. If you are going to pay those prices for a dinner your meal and service should be exceptional. It was not.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Apr 03rd, 2010 at 9:05 pm
From: wallace, NC
By: hy


Avg. Rating:2.8
went here because we played at the barefoot courses and it was convenient. service was good, but food was lousy. ordered the steak rare and came out overcooked. wasn't that busy. wine list decent but for the money you could do better.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Feb 14th, 2010 at 8:50 pm
From: Little River, SC
By: j & m


Avg. Rating:4.5
We had a Valentine's Day luch here and it was excellent. We have been here about a half dozen times before, for both lunch and dinner, and it has always been the same - very good to excellent. It is not cheap yet the value is good. We always enjoy it. Spectacular view of Waterway from any seat and the staff is most courteous and efficient. We would recommend this reataurant to everyone.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Oct 12th, 2009 at 5:20 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: jaym


Avg. Rating:2.8
This was NOT our first visit to the restaurant, but was our last. I don't mind paying above average for quality meat but in this case it was not. When the waiter asked how the steak was I told him I'd had better at the Texas Roadhouse. The meat was over cooked and tasteless. You would think if this is a 'Steakhouse' the meat would be special. The waiter offered no comment and we did not see him again until he brought the bill
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Sep 25th, 2009 at 9:09 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: rft


Avg. Rating:1
FORGET THIS PLACE!! We live in Myrtle Beach, drove our Jet-skis to the Barefoot Dock, to be greeted by the Greg Norman "dock police" and threatened that we had to move the skis unless we were eating at Norman's! Unfortunately, we did and the place is over-priced, has rude staff and looks like it is 100 years old-BUY SOME PAINT! Our waverunners are worth more than the whole place. Anyway, we've dined around the world and this place doesn't even rate talking about! Don't go-save your money, McDonald's is a better bet!! Barefoot should throw them out!
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Sep 17th, 2009 at 7:17 am
From: Wichita, KS
By: mw


Avg. Rating:3.7
Went for lunch on a Tuesday. Not real busy of a place, but the waitress was way over worked, and so her service lacked. She was friendly. She appeared to be one of 2 servers for a total of 30 or so tables. Nice atmosphere, food was pretty good, but pricey.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Sep 05th, 2009 at 3:32 pm
From: NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, SC
By: kdn


Avg. Rating:2.8
The decor, view, and ambience is all this restaurant has to offer. Why do we keep going back hoping it will be better. After my 10th time of a disappointing meal I believe I am done with this place. Please Greg Norman sell this restaurant to someone who cares.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Sep 04th, 2009 at 9:31 am
From: Hickory, NC
By: hla


Avg. Rating:2.7
This was our second visit to Greg Norman's Restuarant. We were hoping that things would be better the second time around, but they were not. The service was great. We were seated promptly. Our drink orders were taken and brought within minutes. The drinks were good, but my cosmo was warm, after requesting that it be very cold. The springroll appetizer was good. From there things began going downhill. The frise salad was large, but tasteless. Then came the main course. We ordered steak. Afterall, it is a steakhouse. Big mistake. The steaks were ordered medium. They were very well done, dry and void of flavor. Our second trip to Greg Norman's was a repeat of our first trip. Needless to say, we will not go back.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Aug 21st, 2009 at 5:31 pm
From: istambul, not constantinople, SC
By: md


Avg. Rating:5
Normans is a great place to eat, drink, be happy... Every time I and friends go we get wonderfull service from Jayson, or Bob at the bar... everyone is attentive to my needs, and the food is always hot, and very tasty...MMM... Management does a wonderful job there, we can tell from our visits there... I consider the prices to be more than fair, and have never suffered from sticker shock... Rednecks be warned though, they do not have Sweet Tea!!! luckly I drink wine with my food... They have a great selection of wine as well... All in all I would recomend this place to anyone(except sweet tea finatics) Love eating at Normans...
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Aug 11th, 2009 at 9:33 am
From: Eldersburg, MD
By: vms


Avg. Rating:4.7
Have never had a bad meal or experience at Greg Norman's. Since we did not have a reservation we were seated in the Pub, it was actually quieter than the restaurant. Service was great and the food was fantastic, This is always a must when we are in the MB area. .
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Aug 06th, 2009 at 2:39 am
From: Gloucester, VA
By: db


Avg. Rating:3.2
We chose to eat at Greg Normans because it was listed in the top 5 for the year by locals. Our mistake! We were seated right away but it was 9:30 when we got there, not a busy time. We asked to eat outside as it had cooled down. Our table still had crumbs left from the last dinner. The hostess just brushed them away quickly as we were being seated. She didn't get them all! It was so dark out there we couldn't even read the menu. The prices were very expensive, with only two choices for seafood. Beach restaurant with no seafood? We ordered quickly but while we were waiting no bread or offer for an appetizer. The food came rather quickly but we couldn't believe how little was on our plate. My entree was $35.00 with a piece of fish smaller than my fist, crab crumbled on top all seated on about 5 sprigs of asparagus. That was it! No salad, no bread, no other vegetables! The dish was very good though, just not enough of it! We were not offered any dessert. We wouldn't have gotten any. Could have gotten a gallon of gourmet ice cream for what they would probably charge! Go there again? NO WAY!!
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Aug 05th, 2009 at 10:21 pm
From: va. beach, VA
By: jcp


Avg. Rating:3.2
I've eaten In several countries, & owned several restaurants in my 51 years. This place is the worst. From the cold apps. to the $7.00 cup of cold soup served with a teaspoon. What a joke! prime rib (cold), too tough to chew and swallow. The list goes on... 30 min after dinner my 15 year od daughter getting sick in the parking lot while shopping.This really pissed me off. I knew it was from the cold grease laden calmari cuz I felt it too.But I had to be strong, I'm the dad. After sevral calls to speak to the manager I did get a response, "after looking at your check I noticed you tipped your server well above the 20% standard, so you must have enjoyed it" THE WORST EVER HAD BY FAR!
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jul 25th, 2009 at 3:14 pm
From: Belle Vernon, PA
By: rcb


Avg. Rating:4.5
We went one time and will not return. The food was very good with a nice quite atmosphere looking at the innercoastal waterway. We both ordered fish from the wood fired grill. The fish tased very good but we both had killer heartburn that night! Try something not wood grilled may be the answer. Don't forget to try the beer from Australia. The price was very high for the meal. Expensive heartburn!
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jul 20th, 2009 at 12:24 pm
From: Atlanta, GA
By: md


Avg. Rating:3.7
Beautiful establishment! By far, the best decorated rest. in town. Great waterway view. We had reservations and were seated immediately. Amazing for MB as we had 7:30 reservations. Most fine restaraunts that take reservations still have a wait to get seated, but not here! The head host, I believe his name was Johnathon, was really on the ball. He took our res on the phone, gave us great directions, made us feel welcome when we arrived and gave us a awesome seat next to the window. Great start! Server came immediately and took drink orders. 10 min later, we got our drinks. Ordered calamari, 20 min later ate the squid. Best calamari in the Southeast. An hour after we ordered our entrees, the food came out. My husband's steak was undercooked and my lamb was cold. Our server became Mr. Hyde throughout the course of dinner, so we were actually afraid to complain. Whoa scary. Paid and left. Told host on the way out about experience and he was once again the only professional there it seemed. Would definately eat there again if they cloned him!
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jul 10th, 2009 at 9:39 am
From: Atlanta, GA
By: ea


Avg. Rating:2.2
4 shrimp for that price was totally outrageous. Rubbery at that! Server was too busy with other things....with what we don't know. Oh yeah...she still gets her 20% no matter what. Only came around with our first drink order and took our food order and didn't come back in between to see if we needed a refill before our dinner came......1 hour after ordering. Overheard the people at the next table complain about their food. Won't be back to Norman's.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jul 06th, 2009 at 11:16 am
From: Winston-Salem, NC
By: sr


Avg. Rating:2.3
My husband & I have a beach house in Ocean Drive and have eaten at Greg Normans several times thinking it would get better with each visit but it did not. Every time we have to send our food back due to the fact that when it comes to the table, it is not hot! The last time we were there (which will be our last time), my husband ordered a steak which was so tough you could not even chew it. He did send it back and got instead a prime rib which was okay. I think most of the food is very poor quality and all the vegetables are frozen and taste rubbery. I would never recommend this restaurant to any friends. The only "nice" thing about the restaurant is the view of the water if you can get outside seating!
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jun 20th, 2009 at 8:34 pm
From: Prospect, CT
By: lam


Avg. Rating:3.5
The food is terrible....very "chain-like". I got fish and veggies and the veggies tasted like they were frozen store-bought bag of mixed veggies. The stuffed fish also tasted "premade". Do not waste your money as it is very expensive. You are paying for the atmosphere only. : (
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jun 19th, 2009 at 9:06 am
From: Beckley, WV
By: ljg


Avg. Rating:3.2
We ate there on our last night of vacation. We did know it was expensive, so we thought the service would (should) be on par with the price. Wrong! while the resturant is beautiful, nice setting (we sat on the patio), the food is decent,...but the service was awful! the hostess just pointed to a table...the server came after a good 15 minutes of us sitting down. Acted like she was bored and wanted to be somewhere else. After our food came...which took way too long, she never returned to ask if everything was ok, or if we needed anything else...like refills on our drinks. For such a classy place, we really expected to get more attention. And the resturant was not crowded at all...lots of empty tables...but plenty of servers, so it wasn't like she was busy. I heard another party at a table close to us complain as well. (they had the same server) we might go back...but only for drinks at the bar or on the patio. Dinner elsewhere!.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: May 23rd, 2009 at 10:30 am
From: Springfield, IL
By: br


Avg. Rating:3.8
First I'd like to comment on other reviewers complaints about a 20% gratuity: "Get out often?" I've made about 6 trips a year to NMB for the past 5 years and bring guests frequently. My guests always like Greg Norman's best of all the places we go. The Strand is not the home to Great Steaks, like KC or Chicago, but Norman's are good. They have a decent wine list, service has almost always been good, and it has great atmosphere. And it's not as touristy as we thought it would be-the emphasis is on dining, not Greg Norman. I'll continue to go back. If you are a cut offs and flip flops kind of person, which is OK, this may not be your place, go to Bimini or Rockefellers. If you want a nicer dining experience, try Greg Norman's.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Apr 23rd, 2009 at 8:07 pm
From: Conway, SC
By: als


Avg. Rating:2.3
I am a local and have eaten at Greg Norman's a number of times and was always satisfied. Took my family there for Easter. Restaurant was not crowded but it took 50 minutes from the time our order was placed until the time it was served. For Easter they had only sandwiches for the adults but offered "prime rib and mashed potatoes" on the children's menu. Not wanting a sandwich I asked if I could order it. Yes but they were out of mashed potatoes; would sub mixed veggies. OK. Heard another waitress say they had she crab soup as a special. When we tried to order it we were told they were out. Ordered the prime rib medium. It was served extremely well done, on a thick hamburger bun with a slice of tomatoe and a dill pickle. My son ordered the lobster BLT. The lobster was inedible. Meal was sent back; manager never came to our table. When the check came we were charged for it. We refused to pay especially since a manager never tried to solve the problem. Waitress said there was no point to a manager coming as there was nothing to be done. I tried contacting the restaurant through their website but have not had the courtesy of a reply. Will not go there again and will be sure everyone knows of our bad experience. As someone said, "it was just like the way Greg played in the Masters - too slow and not enough." Considering the economy and the number of fine restaurants that offer fine dining in Myrtle Beach, stay away from Greg Norman's!
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Apr 20th, 2009 at 12:43 pm
From: Conway, SC
By: bmg


Avg. Rating:2.2
Just like everything else at BareFoot landing, Greg Normans was bad. The place itself is really nice looking with the view of the inter coastal waterway but that is where the good stopped. Like many reviewers on this website my girlfriend and I used the 50% off coupon. Again it seems like a great deal and hey even if the food is ok or bad its like half off. Well here comes the trick they charge you 20% tip no matter how good your server is. Le Grands does the same thing as well. So the server knows no matter what he does he gets his money. Our server was awful. All i ask is to have knowledge about the menu and re fill the drinks its really not a lot. However it seemed very hard for him to do this. The food itself was of low quality the steak was something i could buy at dennys or a low grade place. the mashed potatoes were cold as well.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Mar 26th, 2009 at 4:07 pm
From: Hilton, NY
By: sr


Avg. Rating:3
Don't go here just because you have a coupon for buy one dinner get one free. By the time they add 20% onto your total bill (regardless of service), you pay almost full price anyway. Pricey. Food and atmosphere were ok, but certainly not worth the price. We thought Thoroughbreds was a much better atmosphere and better value.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Mar 26th, 2009 at 10:36 am
From: NY, NJ
By: choice 1


Avg. Rating:2.2
Outrageous Quality at Captilist Prices. This is an inappropriate priced Restaurant and should be investigated for fraud. Those that qualify this as classy and complain about us that complain about price, deserve to be ripped off by this place. However the elite class of us that pay attention to detail and price are not going to sit by and let a name in Golf try to rip us off. DO NOT GIVE THIS RESTAURANT YOUR MONEY. Go to BARON STEAK HOUSE in North Myrtle Beach. They have Class, Quality, and Fair Pricing. Steaks far exceed this Restaurant.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Mar 26th, 2009 at 9:47 am
From: Western, NY
By: mar


Avg. Rating:2.7
I have been in enjoy class, first class service with top quality food. Unfortunately this Restaurants is far from meeting quality food for the price paid. I would pay any decent price for what you get. You pay Cadilac Prices for Volkswagon quality. Plus the prices being Ala Carte for most isn't well proportioned for the prices. If I were Greg Norman, I would be embarassed to stamp my name on this place.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Mar 22nd, 2009 at 3:38 pm
From: Kingston, NY
By: tg


Avg. Rating:3
Marginally alright, expensive and the servings are small. I went once to check it out, and that'll be it for me. I would be all right to tip a few at the bar, but eat elswhere.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Mar 21st, 2009 at 2:13 pm
From: Colonie, NY
By: ljp


Avg. Rating:4.5
We took a shot at getting in at Greg Norman's withoutout a reservation and wound up dining at the bar which was nice as it overlooks the marina. Everone enjoyed their meal, the bartender was excellent, and because there was a delay in getting our meals, we got a huge free bowl of calamari rings which were excellent. You have to remeber that in MB you get what you pay for.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Feb 22nd, 2009 at 6:34 pm
From: north myrtle beach, SC
By: jpm


Avg. Rating:3.7
Went in for a meal on a date. I was nicely dressed as was my ladyfriend. My date ordered a med well steak (i for the record think this is is un acceptable), mine was ordered mr I knew it would get cooked at thesame time as her burnt piece and set in the window and get cooked up waiting on hers so asked to start her steak first then begin mine when hers was almost done bc I would rather have a steak too rare than done. Of course my steak as overdone just as I expected andmy server treated me like I was an idiot and gave much more attentive service to the older couples and groups around me. Too bad for him though bc im a local bartender and make a good living and tip 30 to 50 % when I get good service. Only go there if you are a fool and want to be seperated from your money while being treated like you r below your server in the social order of things..
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Feb 14th, 2009 at 4:12 pm
From: Toms River , NJ
By: ski


Avg. Rating:2.8
I think Greg Norman is a good guy ,but his golf course is weak and resturant is over priced ,and a bit of a rip off .The steaks @ NY PRIME are much better and there are 20 courses @ the Strand that blow his course away.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jan 21st, 2009 at 4:55 pm
From: Chapel Hill, NC
By: kp


Avg. Rating:5
Greg Normans is by far my favorite restaurant in Myrtle Beach, I go at least once every time I visit and will continue to do so for a long time. The food and service have always been excellent and I have never been disappointed in anything. This is a restaurant for sophisticated, classy people that enjoy fine dining with more of a casual, "beachy" atmosphere, not those that frequent restaurants such as Chili's and expect to be in and out in 30 minutes. Also, it helps to read the menu, which will most likely tell you if you are getting 4 shrimp instead of several.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jan 20th, 2009 at 6:26 am
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: dp


Avg. Rating:3.3
I have been a fan of Greg Normans for a number of years spending New Years Eve, birthdays and our anniversary at the restaurant however my last two visits have been disappointing. Clearly the place has slipped several notchs as many of the previous reviews suggest. The high-lights are still the great location on the waterway, the very nice space and a very good wine list (with good prices). We found the service still good but the point of eating in a restaurant is the quality of the food and this is where they are falling back. Last trip required two meals (of six) to be returned as a\one steak was way overcooked and a second meal was beyond cold; the other four steaks were okay but that was it. My guess is the steaks were a lower grade (than previous trips) that explained the tougher "chew" they had. A previous trip had a similair experiance with both steaks being just average at best. We will go back as there is much to like about Greg Normans but you guys need to get back to where you were as these negative reviews are becomming to common for you not to see a trend.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jan 19th, 2009 at 12:06 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: elm


Avg. Rating:2.3
This is probably the WORST meal I have ever had in Myrtle Beach! Way overpriced and the steak was so full of fat it was inedible. I tried the Ostrich - nothing outstanding at all. We were with a group of 6 and had the 1/2 off coupon, which was a joke in itself. I guess they figured they would serve 1/2 off of everything. Our waiter was gracious, however, the hostess was really rude. After our meal, we had drinks and desserts and she obviously was waiting to leave. Instead of saying something to us, she made a point of blowing past us as she exited the restaurant while we were standing out front. She then got into her white SUV and FLOORED her car out of the parking lot. We will NEVER go back.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jan 18th, 2009 at 12:13 pm
From: Southport, NC
By: mg


Avg. Rating:2.5
My husband the golfer had to check out Norman's place. As we walked in noted the beautiful decor. It was a day off for us- dressed golf casual, we were taken straight out back by a snotty hostess. Loved the view of the waterway though, so i left it alone. Took 20 min. to have our drink order taken then another almost 20 to get them. The shrimp apps. was laughable. We always split apps. while deciding on dinner. There is no splitting 4 shrimp($12) between 2 adults. Very disappointed. as someone else put it, all flash, no substance-- where has customer service gone??????
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Dec 27th, 2008 at 12:55 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: sd


Avg. Rating:4.3
Greg Norman's is by far the best restaurant in all of Myrtle Beach! When I dine during the summer, we always sit on the deck. The atmosphere is unbelievable while listening to the live music makes you feel like you're in the tropics. The food and service are always exceptional and I have attended several wine dinners over the years and they are truly unique. This restaurant has the best ambiance in Myrtle Beach.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Dec 09th, 2008 at 7:06 am
From: MYRTLE BEACH, SC
By: tjm


Avg. Rating:5
I have been going to Greg's often for the past 3 years, and have had nothing but impecable service. Amber at the bar is a pretty young girl, and will chat your ear off till you pay the bill; which is kind of nice since im an older man. All of the servers say hello everytime they see me, and always ask how I am. Including John, Josh, Jeff the Chef, and that funny looking guy Sy. I love them all, and I WILL GO BACK. Some of these reviews I have been reading are upsetting in the fact that these people do not understand they are not at Johnny Rockets where THEY make smiley faces with ketchup bottles. This restaurant is a fine establishment that serves good food, at a decent price. MABYE SOME OF THESE PEOPLE THAT ARE SO UPSET WITH GREG'S SHOULD GO TO JOHNNY ROCKETS SO THEY CAN CHEER THEM UP WITH THERE OLDIES DANCING ON THE TABLES, HAHA HOW SANITARY IS THAT , YET EVERYONE LOVES IT...
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Nov 08th, 2008 at 9:58 am
From: Cambridge, Canada, ONTARIO
By: b & j


Avg. Rating:4.7
While in M.B. for 6 weeks September & October, 2008, we ate at Greg Norman's twice and can't wait to dine there next fall when we return. Excellent service, excellent food and fair prices. The waiter was very knowledgeable about the food being served. DEFINATELY WILL RETURN. Try the fish & chips, wood grilled marinated chicken for lunch and for dinner, wood grilled atlantic salmon & wood grilled ribeye.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Sep 30th, 2008 at 12:15 pm
From: Toms River, NJ
By: l. shupin


Avg. Rating:5
My husband and I LOVE this restaurant. Go casual and sit outside and enjoy the water views and some appys. Or dress up for the best Waygu steaks dinner inside. Or bring friends and sit by the fireplace and enjoy cocktails and music. He loves the cigar bar for sports. The food is always EXCELLENT and so is the service...we have never been disappointed! I think $26 for a great dinner is reasonable.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Sep 29th, 2008 at 5:37 pm
From: Charlotte, NC
By: a.t.


Avg. Rating:2.8
I took my wife out for our 11 year anavesary thinking Greg norman was a classy guy and this was classey resteraunt.Boy was I surpised,First off they seated us at a table that was filthy and rocking about.there were at least a dozen roaches running arond the floor.My wife ordered Lamb Chops and they brought out Pork chops,they took the food back and brought back COLD!! Lamb chops.then the manager came back with the same Lamb chops that were chewy and clearly Microwaved the manager came out asked her to cut into them they were warm but still chewy at this point my wife and I disceatly expressed that they were still cold the Manager just walked off so my wife did not take another bite the server told us that she would give us some drinks on the house,for our troubles,after having a few already we at this point did not so we could get home safley.We requested our check and they did not even discount our bill.At that point I asked the waitress to ask her mgr if she thought our bill was fair,She came back with a 10% discount {Slap in my face} I was embaressed in front off my wife and I will never eat At that place Again!!!!!!!!!!!!!Dont waist your time either
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Aug 28th, 2008 at 12:19 pm
From: greensboro, NC
By: dp


Avg. Rating:4.3
We were in Myrtle Beach in june and went to Greg Norman's Australian Grill for lunch. The food was great, the prices for the lunch menu were good, the view from the patio was wonderful and I would go there again. I recommend it highly.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Aug 13th, 2008 at 4:58 pm
From: Huntington, WV
By: klw


Avg. Rating:4.5
Best dining experience that we had while on vacation in Myrtle Beach. Excellent food and the services was top notch. Little expensive but well worth what you pay.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jul 19th, 2008 at 7:20 pm
From: Atlanta, GA
By: sim


Avg. Rating:4.7
Great food and service, on a busy Friday night our family of four were seated right away, our waiter provided great service. The food was well worth the $160 we paid for a family of four with dessert and cocktails. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED Will be back later this year!
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jul 12th, 2008 at 4:03 pm
From: Surfside Beach, SC
By: sf


Avg. Rating:2.7
We had a group in town for a meeting and had been told this was a good place to eat. Never take the word of a stranger. I ordered the cowboy steak as did the gentleman sitting across from me. When the food arrive, his was served first, it was a good size piece of meat and my mouth began to water...then mine was served. It was half the thickness of what I expected and overcooked. I pointed out the discrepancy between mine and my friends and the fact is was "well-done". The waiter made some snide remark and I went in search of the manager. he did offer to have another steak prepared but the second one was smaller than he first and this time burned on the outside and very rare in the middle. I guess they rushed to get it back out. meanwhile another companion ordered the Rib-eye. Now rib-eye's do have some fat to them but hers was all fat. She sent it back and was rewarded with one equally as bad. Needless to say, we told them to take both steaks off the bill and went in search of a fast food joint. If Greg Norman ever ate there, he would take his name off of the building.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jun 26th, 2008 at 4:23 pm
From: McLean, VA
By: daa


Avg. Rating:3
Great atmosphere and service, but the food is poor quality, poorly prepared, and expensive. I would not return or recommend. For a family of five, three of our dishes were prepared incorrectly. I had a ribeye that was almost entirely fat. My daughter had a children's hamburger that was nearly raw. The service was very accommodating and noticed the poorly prepared burger and adjusted the bill.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jun 24th, 2008 at 1:54 pm
From: Raleigh, NC
By: cl


Avg. Rating:4.7
My husband and I sat on the patio on the Marina at sunset. We had already made reservations, so we were sat right away. The ambiance was amazing and the food was fantastic. The service was nothing short of terrific. I would recommend this place to anyone. FABULOUS!
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: May 27th, 2008 at 1:44 pm
From: Toronto, ON
By: dm


Avg. Rating:2.5
In a word Pretentious, and not in a good way. This restaurant has all the ingredients to be great. Interesting food choices, nice flavours and the room is beautiful. The servers are pretty usless, except for one or 2. 2 out of 3 of our entrees were over cooked (and not just a little). The sides that were served with my pork chops were flavourful and interesting, but didn't make up for the tough overcooked meat. We were not offered refills on water or drinks, were not offered dessert or coffee. When our drinks came, the waiter brought 2 out on his hand (no tray) and when he realized his hand was wet, flicked it off on the floor. A busboy came by with an armload of dishes under his arm and reached across to grab plates from our table, very bad form. This place needs to train its staff properly, in fine dining and teach the grill chef what medium rare vs. rare is and they could be a really great place. And one last thing... To put on the menu that there is a $10 charge to split and entree is the most ridiculous thing I have seen in a long time.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: May 11th, 2008 at 2:20 pm
From: Silver Spring, MD
By: kd


Avg. Rating:3.3
Sat out back. Loved the live music and the tourches. I have eaten here two times. The steak was ok but over salted. I am a fine dinning chef and expect a lot more for the money paid. I use Greg Normans line of kobe beef in my resturant. The resturant is Beautifull but I think you are paying or the decorations in your meal check
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: May 09th, 2008 at 2:23 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: sc


Avg. Rating:3.5
I was very disappointed by the quality of food especially for the price. My family flew in from all over the country and we love fine dining so we figured we would try it. The ambiance is nice as well as the location but as other reviews have said- you can definately get better food on the beach. I don't mind paying higher prices but not if I can't even eat my food because it's so salty and dry.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Apr 22nd, 2008 at 10:31 pm
From: stamford, CT
By: al


Avg. Rating:3
A bit pricey, good food.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Mar 03rd, 2008 at 2:50 pm
From: Dalmatia, PA
By: dc


Avg. Rating:3.7
Very good Great service!
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Feb 08th, 2008 at 9:38 pm
From: Greenville, OH
By: jmt


Avg. Rating:3
On Feb.7, 2008 we visited this restaurant........party of 6. We were seated promptly, dressed casually, had perfect seats, and a warm welcome. We had a very attentve waitress and probably one of the best meals of our life, in fact, we asked to speak to the chef to tell him how delighted with our meals..

The presentation was beyond our expectatons.........gorgeous....... the food outstanding and tons for our money..

I would recommend this restaurant to anyone........... we think it's the best restaurant in the MB area..........you won't be disappointed.

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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Oct 16th, 2007 at 8:47 pm
From: Charlotte, NC
By: ies


Avg. Rating:3.3
Cowboy steak was tiny & dry.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Oct 13th, 2007 at 6:13 pm
From: Edgartown, MA
By: crd


Avg. Rating:2.7
I ate in the bar. Not a great atmosphere. Can't clearly see any of the many televisions as they are all blocked by various things hanging from overhead. The food was barely passable and way overpriced. I had dinner for one with a coffee and two glasses of wine. Grand total $51.00 I have spent more for better meals and service and have spent less, but this experience was not money well spent.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Oct 12th, 2007 at 6:23 pm
From: Anniston, AL
By: mgn


Avg. Rating:4.5
Very Nice choice in dining. We were in Myrtle Beach for our Anniversary and this was an excellent choice. Reminded me of "The Cheesecake Factory" though. My husband had the thickest Sirloin Steak that I'd ever seen and he loved it! I had Veil Parmesan - EXCELLENT!!
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Oct 05th, 2007 at 8:01 am
From: Toronto, ON
By: lindsay


Avg. Rating:3.7
We've spent the last few years coming to Myrtle Beach for our vacation and a trip to Greg Normans is always included. I read some of the reviews here and was surprised. We have always had nothing but fantastic food and service in this restaurant. The prices are higher granted, but coming here is a treat once a year for us so it isn't a big deal. The fact too that i feel the quality of the food is top notch. My husband had the best steak he had ever eaten there the other nite, and couldn't finish his meal, he was so full. We fully intend to return in our trips to MB.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Sep 28th, 2007 at 3:58 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: tb


Avg. Rating:3
Food is only so - so. Better steaks for less all over the beach. Sit outside, view is great apps. were expensive and only fair. Eat somewhere else and go to outside bar at night.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Aug 28th, 2007 at 7:26 pm
From: Fairfax, VA
By: sc


Avg. Rating:3.3
This was our third annual trip to Greg Norman's. In the past, it has been excellent. This time, it was a whole different experience. We were the first table seated in the place, but the service was pathetic. We weren't asked if we wanted more drinks, the water guy walked by our table, looked at our empty glasses and walked off... 6 times! We put them on the edge of the table, still no water.

Finally, the waitress returned, and we requested water. In the meantime, my $28 steak was 80% fat. I had about 2 ounces of meat between the lines of fat.

I spoke to the manager, who offered to take care of us if we returned. Um, no thanks! It wasn't worth the stress, the food was mediocre. There are way too many restaurants in MB for me to go back there.

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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Aug 22nd, 2007 at 4:27 pm
From: Savannah, GA
By: rw


Avg. Rating:2.8
I should have listened to some of the other reviews. You get barely any food, menu is weak, and it is way overpriced.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Aug 13th, 2007 at 10:24 pm
From: Charleston, SC
By: bhm


Avg. Rating:3
Nothing to write home about! The food (steaks) were good, but not anywhere worth the price we paid. You pay for the name, but quite frankly an Outback rib eye is a better steak, and especially for the money. If price doesn't matter, try it.........
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Aug 06th, 2007 at 4:33 pm
From: Frostburg, MD
By: rpm


Avg. Rating:2.3
OK - so it is Greg Norman's, although I doubt if he ever ate here! I am used to high quality Maryland/DC/Northern Virginia restaurants, so this was a disappointment. Six of us went to dinner right after golf, and we were snubbed by the hostess for five minutes because we were in our golf clothes. If we had known, we all had jackets back at our condo, and could have worn them after cleaning up. Our waiter took our drink order, and for fun, I timed the length of time before we got our drinks. It was not too busy, but it took 15 minutes before our drinks arrived, and two of them were the wrong drinks! One of my friends ordered a steak rare, and it came very well done. After three tries, he finally got his steak right. It took 25 minutes before we got our check, and another ten minutes before it came back to the table. The food was above average but a little pricey. I doubt if we will ever return - there all other very good places in NMB and MB to eat.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Aug 04th, 2007 at 1:00 am
From: Williamstown, KY
By: sm


Avg. Rating:3
I have had better food for half the price. I thought my husband would like this place but I think he was still hungry after we left. Such a shame considering the cost. We were seated on the patio and like someone else said,it was probably because we had on shorts and tees since we were on vacation. But they sure did take my money the same way that they would have if I had been dressed to the nines. We will not be visiting again. The one good thing was our server. He did an excellent job. Wish I could remember his name.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jul 22nd, 2007 at 2:14 pm
From: Charleston, SC
By: kg


Avg. Rating:4.7
I visited this restaurant and had a great meal. Our server John was on top of everything. He even gave professional service to our kids. This was our first visit and we shall return.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jun 28th, 2007 at 5:09 pm
From: Lafayette, LA
By: lj


Avg. Rating:5
The food was great and the service was excellent. They gave my brother a free refill on a shirley temple even though he didn't ask for one.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jun 28th, 2007 at 9:34 am
From: Fruitland, MARYLAND
By: vlo


Avg. Rating:5
This was the best place on my trip so far. I got prime rib. It was awesome.We had a reservation because of our large party so we got to walk right in. The service was very attentive and quick. Everyone loved their dinner. I would go back again. This one will stay on our list.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Jun 26th, 2007 at 9:57 am
From: Sykesville, MD
By: bb


Avg. Rating:5
This place is totally and completely AWESOME! My Family and took our frist vist to myrtle beach last year and for first time diners in this fancy restaurant we were very satisfied. The food was very tasty, the staff was friendly, and the atmosphere was divine. My family and i definitely recommend this restaurant to anyone wishes to have a fancy fine dined evening out!!
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: May 05th, 2007 at 6:55 pm
From: Yorktown, VA
By: cb


Avg. Rating:3.8
Food was good but nothing to write home about. Went at 11AM so it wasn't busy. Sat on patio, enjoyed watching boats go by. Staff was friendly and attentive, even though we had vacation clothes on. This was the first place we ate at after arriving in MB. Was shocked at the prices but found that MB restaurants are grossly overpriced overall which will dissuade us from a return visit. We don't mind paying higher prices for higher quality, but in MB we found 5 star prices for 2 star quality. We've paid similar prices at St Moritz, Switzerland for much better food. Won't return to MB. Too many nicer places to visit without being robbed.
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Greg Normans Australian Grille
Posted: Apr 05th, 2007 at 9:14 am
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: ems


Avg. Rating:1.8
11/21/06 Visted your restaurant for about the 7th time since living in Myrtle Beach. Food was usually okay but expensive. The food servers know they will get their tips from those people who take advantage of your buy one get one free coupon which we had never used before. The waitress never came back to see how things were until our meal was finished, why should she, she knows she is getting a 20% tip no matter what she does or doesn't do. I got the Prime Rib that was salted to the point that I could not eat it & my husband got a steak that was so dry he almost choked on it. Very, very dissapointed. There are too many good restaurants in Myrtle Beach, can't understand why your menu is so limited and 95% of your choices are put over a fire pit. Is it because it looks impressive, but the results are poor.
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