Miami >Don Camaron Seafood Grill-Mkt
Had to share my experience..
I never seek out to write a review concerning any establishment. The only reviews i give out are word of mouth. In addition, i have the utmost respect for people who work in the retail and service industry!! Now about my experience at D. Camaron, this was my 3 visit and probably last. Sat afternoon with a friend and not busy, easy order 2 of the same dishes..35 mins later it arrives...after a few inquires....the woman that took our order wasnt interested in stopping by ever again....food was okay
one entree was ordered w/out salt...both had salt. You say to yourself is that all...what went wrong? Over all it was a creepy experience...you see
my previous visits i had gone with spainish speakers but not this time.
We were the only english speaking patrons in the est. and this was our henderance sad but true and i continue to determine why this is so not only here but in other est. in the area. Even if the food was great but with this toxic attitude about...ill past.
Fresh seafood is the name of the game at this laidback eatery..
You know the seafood is fresh when the very grouper, dolphin, marlin, swordfish, salmon, snapper, or tilapia on your plate was plucked from the attached fish market. Signature dishes include the namesake shrimp in Creole sauce and a Spanish paella with chunks of seafood and chicken. Landlubbers can work on their skirt steak, pork chops, or order the shrimp fettuccini in alfredo sauce without the crustaceans.
WORST MANAGER. The worst restaurant that ever visit ed in Miami. The manager doesn't care about customer satisfaction. We were waiting for the dishes like 30 minutes and we coudn't order an extra dish, because the "kitchen was closed"the waitress said. We asked for the manager.. the waitress said this: " he is cuadrando el dinero " (very delicated),and he is not going to show up". So we insisted to see the manager and finally showed up. We believe that the only think the manager takes care, is count the money . Does the owner know he is loosing clients, because the manager wants to close the restaurant asap to go home?????????
Excellent Seafood at reasonable prices..............cool place.
Found this place on the way to the airport several years ago.........great food/service. I recommend to all my colleagues.
Wish they had a place in Chicago
Good food, service and atmosphere..
Very lively atmosphere. The food is good and reasonably priced. (10$ to 16$) per plate. The paella and the fried fish are very tasty; however, the shrimp caserole (Enchilado de camarones) could be better. If you seat outside, you may find the music to be too loud. ( The speakers are right in front of you and full blast)
Good beer specials if you buy the bucket of 5.
Best Pargo Frito. I like to say when a please is great and this is one of the best. You go to fish market select your Pargo (Snapper) and they deep fry it to my taste. A little bit of lemon and a cold corona. You don't need anything else.
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