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Shrimp Landing

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48 Hwy 19 S
Inglis, FL 34449 (Map & Directions)
Phone: (352) 447-5201

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No delivery

Credit Cards Accepted

Parking Lot

Good for Kids




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$ $ - Cheap Eats (Under $10)
$$ - Moderate ($11-$25)
$$$ - Expensive ($25-$50)
$$$$ - Very Pricey (Over $50)


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Mon-Sat: 9am - 5pm, Sun: Closed

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review_stars 04/10/2016 - Captain Mike
Service was good, but food was only tolerable at best. Old Florida Restaurant style was nice, but expected a better dining experience.

review_stars 02/15/2016 - Don R
Always consistently good Gulf shrimp. Whether you like your shrimp steamed, grilled, fried or coconut you get fresh shrimp, any breading is done on premises, generous portions. The fish dip makes a great appetizer, very tasty, not to be missed.

review_stars 12/11/2014 - Tami
Stopped in our way home to Citrus County, for a late lunch. The front staff was pleasant and the place seemed clean 'enough' ...except my husband said the men's room was DISGUSTING. I found the ladies room to be suitable for the type of place it is...old but clean enough.

NOW FOR THE FOOD!!!... I ordered the fried chicken dinner with fries, slaw and came with corn bread. The chicken was as dry as sawdust and the cornbread was a pile of dry crumbs and refrigerator cold. I spoke to our server and she did offer an opportunity to order another item from the menu. I declined since my husband was 3/4 finished with his meal and we did not have the time to wait. Instead, I asked for some type of sauce to try and dip my chicken in. I tried that route and there was no way of hiding the sawdust. It almost seemed like the chicken was reheated (the AUCE special the day before was fried chicken). I returned my was inedible. Staff agreed that is was dry, should not have been served....and took it out back to show the cook. An angry cooked started yelling in the kitchen...upset that the meal was returned...I even told our server to have the cook come talk to me, since I was the one who asked for it to be returned...not the one who delivered it back to the kitchen. I am glad I did not reorder something.. by the sounds of the cook she probably would have done something to it...heck who knows. I was charged for the 3 tablespoon sized container of slaw and the small amount of fries that came along with the meal...since I did eat those due to being starved. I have never had to return a meal before..I was embarrassed to do it and did not know exactly how to handle it.

As for my husbands meal. He ordered the ShipWreck... which was a ship wreck of a Philly Steak and cheese. He was starved and shaky..getting a headache and had to only complained to me at the time about the amount of meat on the sub roll (about an 8" roll) . It was barely enough to fill a slider bun. This sandwich was suppose to come with chips and a pickle..but came with fries and a pickle. We thought nothing of it....figuring they were either out of chips or made changes since they printed the menu. When we went to cash out there was an additional $1.59 on the bill... which was for the fries that we never ordered. They removed it for me. I still tipped the waitress aprox 20% of what the entire bill would have come to...since it was NOT her fault...she was more than sweet and apologetic.

In reality, management should not have charged for the fries and slaw I ate. On the way home my husband told me that his Philly Cheese Steak Shipwreck was described as loaded with onions and peppers and cheese. What it came with was a few ounces of cooked meat ..enough to fill only 1/4 of the bun, a few pieces of grilled onion, which would not cover the entire bun, and NO peppers. About 4 miles down the road I started tasting the fries,,,like old oil. Then 2 miles from our house my husband had to step on the gas ...and he barely made it into the house...running to the bathroom....followed by 3 more trips to the john.

The atmosphere here is decent for the area... but that is not worth the bad cooking, skimpy portions/low quality. Sad, because that area needs a good place and their concept is good..... unfortunately they are going to go under if they keep that cook and do not up their quality. Another reviewer said Restaurant Impossible is needed... and I agree. The front staff are really attentive and pleasant, the setting fits the area.

OH... BTW... While there waiting for our order to come out, a man came in and spoke with the person at the register... said he was was from County Health Department and stated they were late in paying their 'Fee's" . Don't know what all that was about....must be VERY late and ignored if a Gov't Health Department employee has to physically go to a place to collect (which he was not paid) . After he walked out the door without payment, we overheard staff call the owner and discuss his visit over the phone.

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