Phoenix >Taylor's Chowder House
bad service bad food. The waitress was rude and very loud. We asked for a baked potato and she told us they were not serving them at this time, yet when the table behind us was seated 5 minutes later, she offered them the baked potato. Also, when we ordered we asked for tartar sauce with our meal, she said "no problem". But when the meal came there was no tartar sauce and when we asked for it again she said "you should have asked for it when you ordered your meal", very rude and forgetful plus she reaked of cigarette smoke and body odor. We'll never go back there again!
Real Seafood. I moved down here from Boston a couple years ago, and couldn't find anything remotely near the quality of seafood we have up there, being a coastal city, until I discovered Taylor's Chowder House, courtesy of a friend at work. Their seafood is as fresh and good tasting as anything I've eaten in Boston, and their waitresses are old school friendly, helpful, and efficient. They have great daily specials, the prices can't be beat, and it's as close as you'll ever get to fresh New England seafood without hopping on a plane. Forget chain restaurants or fish shacks--this is the place to go to.
There must be more reviews of this place than I've found. Very popular, long time restaurant. And with good reason. Wonderful food. And lots of it. If you leave here hungry, you just eat too much normally. Clam chowder was superb; hot, creamy and smooth with a smidgen of cheese. And large chunks of potato(e) too.
So, be hungry and go!
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