Are you guys ready for Red Lobster PH? Find your favorite Maine lobster tail, Alaskan snow crab legs, shrimp scampi, and cheddar bay biscuits as the biggest seafood restaurant is now open at S Maison, Conrad Hotel.

With over 745 restaurants in 11 countries, the American casual dining chain Red Lobster is the world’s largest seafood restaurant company with a wide selection of fresh quality shellfish combinations and other #lobsterworthy dishes. The local menu is similar to what you can have in their U.S. branches but with a few changes including locally sourced ingredients, aside from the Maine lobster tail and Alaskan snow crab legs.

Here’s what we loved at Red Lobster…

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RED LOBSTER PH
S. Maison, Conrad Hotel, Pasay City
Landline: (02) 829 9400
Facebook: RedLobsterPH

Red Lobster PH

The Seafood Story
Red Lobster was founded in 1968 as a single, family-owned restaurant in Lakeland, Florida. Today, it has over 745 restaurants in 11 countries and is making it the world’s largest seafood restaurant company and largest seafood purchaser in the world with the highest market share of all seafood specialist restaurants in America, at 47%.

The dining experience at Red Lobster is further enhanced by the brand’s global commitment to only source the highest quality seafood in the world. It is committed to the advocacy of obtaining seafood in a “traceable, sustainable, and responsible” method. All seafood are 100% traceable to a known and trusted source and from suppliers who follow the most responsible industry practices. Red Lobster is dedicated to protect and preserve the oceans and marine life for future generations.

 

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The #1 Seafood Restaurant in the US is opening its 1st restaurant in this side of Asia. The 115-seater branch is located at Level 1 S Maison, MOA in Pasay City.

Menu: Soup & Salad | Starters |Pizza & Pasta | Main | Seafood Feast | Dessert | Drinks

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Each meal at Red Lobster starts with a complimentary basket of CHEDDAR BAY BISCUITS.

The Cheddar Bay biscuits are one of Red Lobster’s signature entrée that you should not miss! They are little puffs of heaven with fresh sharp cheddar cheese and topped with melted garlic butter that come warm and gooey.

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SCALLOPS AND ARTICHOKE DIP (P395)

For starters, we loved the creamy scallops and artichoke dip, especially with the chunks of scallops and amazing cheese pull.

 

 

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BAR HARBOR SEAFOOD (P650)
Diners from the US do rave on the review about the Bar Harbor Seafood pasta.

The sauce is technically an affair with white wine sauce and a heavy amount of butter enjoyed with a generous serving of garlic butter sauce, spaghetti tossed with mussels, scallops, squid and shrimps.

Too bad the Philippine version doesn’t come with lobster tails. A must order!

 

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ADMIRAL’S FEAST (P1450)

For something on the safe side, the famed Admiral’s Feast at Red Lobster comes with shrimp, calamari, and flounder, all breaded and fried.

 

 

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ULTIMATE FEAST
A must order since a visit to Red Lobster wouldn’t be complete without some lobster.

The most popular dish is the Ultimate Feast and that’s for a good reason- there’s a signature lobster tail from Maine and steamed snow crabs from Alaska, garlic shrimp scampi plus rice and your choice of side.

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It’s a lobster-worthy feast if you want it all…and don’t forget the butter dip!

The best thing about the lobsters are they brought back to the Philippines alive! (I forgot to take a photo of the aquarium!)

 

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LEMONADE (Original & Strawberry P120)
For the drinks, Red Lobster makes a good lemonade.

 

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The new location by the bay is perfect for those looking for a seafood feast! Congratulations Bistro Group for bringing Red Lobster to the Philippines!

RED LOBSTER PH
S. Maison, Conrad Hotel, Pasay City
Landline: (02) 829 9400
Facebook: RedLobsterPH


ABI of Team Our Awesome Planet

Disclosure: We were media guests of Red Lobster Ph.  I wrote this article with my biases, opinions and insights.