Sunday, February 28, 2010

Snapper's Seafood - Biloxi, Mississippi


Snapper’s Seafood
1699 Beach Blvd.
Biloxi, MS 39531
Open daily 8 a.m.- 11 p.m.

By Jane Feehan

The best thing Snapper’s has going for it is its beach location and outdoor deck. The food leaves a lot to be desired.

I ordered boiled shrimp ($8.75), one of their “specialties.” They were over cooked and small. My dinner “salad” was shredded lettuce, a few sliced tomatoes and a packet of dressing. That says a lot. A side order of hushpuppies was equally disappointing – tasteless, tough, over-fried and under-sized thingies served with what looked like ranch dressing. The Bloody Mary I had with the meal was bland.

Snapper’s serves a variety of po-boys, fried seafood, oysters, a number of appetizers and breakfast. Hopefully breakfast is better. This place seems to be best suited for the thirsty seeking a cold beer or frozen margarita after a hot day on the beach. © 2010 Jane Feehan. All rights reserved.


Anonymous said...

Boy could I give you a story about this place. If folks only knew. Goodness gracious.

Anonymous said...

the menu is too simple and lacks seafood! The appetizer we ordered was not fresh seafood but frozen from a box. The gumbo had no seafood and the wine tasted like it had been opened months ago! good locale is all it offers.

Anonymous said...

We took a party of 7 to the restaurant this past Saturday night. I can not say anything good except we were screwed. Service was simply horrible, place was dirty, and food so so. It took over one hour before we received our food....never again

Anonymous said...

I ordered the fried oyster poorboy, it was not good for the price. I visited from New Orleans and at $12.95 for a poorboy sandwich in New Orleans, there would have been more than 6 small oysters on that sandwich,like i was eating nothing but bread. Never again, trust me.

Jane Feehan said...

What a let down from NOLA. I recommend Desportes in Biloxi or Ricky's in Bay St. Louis for good po boys. Snappers is awful.